British Airways to start a private jet service for the opulent US flyers


British Airways is trying to gain footing on American soil, and how! After struggling with 22-lost days of employee dissatisfaction, the UK-based airline has teamed up with CitationAir, a private jet subsidiary to the Cessna Aircraft that will port passengers within North America and the Caribbean limits. You can register online and pay through your credit card, so you don’t even have to chase a queue!

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The service is priced between $6,000 and $10,000 per plane per hour based on the aircraft selected. The service is made available to members of the BA executive club program, employees of British Airways, their corporate clients, or anyone who has flown with the carrier in the past year.
[Telegraph]

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