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August 19, 2009 11:43 ET

Greenjets New Shared-Ride Service Redefines the Private Jet Industry

Greenjets Offers Travelers the Most Affordable Private Jet Flights in the Sky, With Seats Costing as Low as $1,100

WEST PALM BEACH, FL--(Marketwire - August 19, 2009) - Private jet travelers, frequent first class flyers and mid to large-sized corporate executives now have an economical and environmentally responsible way to fly private -- Greenjets new shared-ride service on private jet charter flights. A confirmed seat on Greenjets between New York - Florida will cost only $1,100 per person with a Greenjetcard Black membership. The Greenjetcard, the industry's first and only shared-ride private jet discount card, saves travelers 60% or more off the already affordable Greenjets seat prices and up to 90% off of charter, fractional ownership or jet cards.

Greenjets currently services New York, Florida, Chicago, and Boston and will begin service to Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Washington, and Atlanta in the next few months. Throughout 2010 and 2011 twenty-seven markets, including Dallas, Houston, and Phoenix, will form part of the Greenjets Shared-Ride Network.

Greenjets shared-ride service offers an option to private travelers that they didn't have before -- the ability to arrange and confirm a seat on a private jet at the lowest possible industry prices. Greenjets has repackaged the private jet into a more affordable consumer unit -- the seat rather than the entire jet. This is unprecedented in the business aviation industry, and enables travelers to save time and money while they share the private jet ride.

Currently, there are basically two options for private jet travel -- owning or renting a jet. Both of these options are very expensive and require $3 million to buy a plane or $7,000 per flight to rent. Greenjets is much more affordable -- as low as $1,100 per seat for flights as far as NY-South Florida.

Private aviation is in most cases used so that executives can save time, increase productivity and travel to multiple places efficiently. However, the $12 billion industry has been on the decline after the big three automakers were reprimanded for flying on their jets to the congressional bailout hearings. Corporations and individuals alike have since been trying to find alternative modes of transportation that are more fiscally responsible. Greenjets offers a sound solution.

For information, rates, the Greenjetcard and other services, visit

**Greenjets does not own or operate aircraft -- travel service is provided by FAA part 135 air charter operators who maintain operational control at all times. Greenjets is committed to the highest safety, convenience and comfort standards at the lowest possible cost to you and to the environment.**

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