Keys to the Sky
What we lost in speed when the Concorde flew into the great blue yonder in 2003 we seem to have made up for in comfort and convenience with today’s private-aviation options. In fact, private flying has become the Birkin bag of 21st-century travel—i.e., the most expensive and coveted accessory for worldly sophisticates. Recently, DEPARTURES sat down with Andrew Collins, president of Boston-based Sentient Jet, to talk about all things flying private.
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The Sentient Jet 25-Hour Card and Sentient Jet 25-Hour Plus Card are programs of Sentient Jet, LLC (Sentient®). Sentient arranges flights on behalf of jet card clients with FAR Part 135 direct air carriers that exercise full operational control of charter flights at all times. Flights will be operated by FAR Part 135 direct air carriers that have been certified to provide service for Sentient jet card clients and that meet all FAA safety standards and additional safety standards established by Sentient.