High end air travel is even more accessible that ever with the launch of the new private jet service from London to Paris for only £363.
Founded by former rugby player, Christophe Ducluzeau, Le Jet aims to "democratise" private air travel with their new service that launches on 23 November.
Christophe Ducluzeau said: "We are looking to democratise private jet travel, making it considerably more accessible. This model is ideally applicable to business air travel as currently over half of flights are empty. In light of recurrent transport problems suffered by business travellers, Le Jet is looking to leverage the resources of private businesses. Travelling in style on a quick and efficient service will appeal to not just the business community but also the tourist market, making Le Jet a very attractive proposition."
Christophe Ducluzeau, photo courtesy of Le Jet
Mr Ducluzeau came up with the idea after he needed to charter a private jet from Paris to Nice for an urgent business meeting during an Air France strike - but was staggered the cost was £7,000. So he decided to invite a number of business colleagues to join him and share the cost, which made the journey much more economic.
The 35 minute flight will take off from Biggin Hill private airfield, just 20 minutes away from Victoria Station in London, and land at Le Bourget Airport, just under 30 minutes away from Paris city centre.
The service boasts VIP perks including includes a door-to-door chauffeured car service, check in just 10 minutes before scheduled departure, as well as your choice of drinks and a bespoke service on the eight-seater plane.
For more information see www.le-jet.fr