Private Jet Services Announces Availability of Four Business Jets

Private Jet Services Announces Availability of Four Business Jets

Seabrook, NH – November 4, 2021Private Jet Services (PJS), an aviation consultancy and private charter services provider, today announced the immediate availability of four sophisticated business jets: the Cessna Citation X, the Gulfstream G650ER, the Bombardier Global 7500, and the Bombardier Challenger 650. Exclusive access to these jets provides yet another on-demand travel option for current and prospective PJS clients.

“As private aviation takes off again on the heels of the pandemic, we are proud to offer the addition of these sleek business aircrafts to our discerning customers,” said Greg Raiff, Chief Executive Officer at PJS. “With their distinguished reputations and safety records, these aircraft are the perfect embodiment of the PJS brand.”

Suitable for international travel, the G650ER and Global 7500 are Ultra Long Range aircraft while the Challenger 650 belongs in the heavy jet category. The G650ER and the Global 7500 can seat up to 13 passengers and boast ranges of at least 7,000 nautical miles.  The Challenger 650 can accommodate 11 and has a range of just over 4000 miles. Spacious cabins in all these luxurious aircraft allow passengers to hold meetings, work productively and relax in peace.

The Citation X, a super midsize jet more geared for domestic travel, has a range of 3,460 nautical miles and seats 8 passengers. All four aircraft feature luxurious interiors and desirable amenities, including wireless internet access, satellite phones and entertainment systems.

Executives now have the opportunity to charter these business jets through PJS. For more information, contact the company’s expert aviation team.

“Low supply and high demand have temporarily changed the foundation of our industry, causing other companies to suspend jet card programs as well as fractional and lease sales,” Raiff said. “So providing additional on-demand options is more important than ever.”