Wanna fly private but don’t know where to start? Maybe you’re a long-time private flyer and you’re looking for a more streamlined experience. Airacer hopes its two new web-based services can be your answer.
Founded in 2015, the aviation company provides services ranging from charter flights to helicopter rides and even pilot training. Airacer does away with memberships, hidden fees, phone calls and emails, allowing anyone to book Airacer’s services with a few taps.
Airacer facilitates bookings, and DOT/FAA licensed air carriers and flight operators take care of the rest. Now, Airacer aims to make private flying even easier with Airacer Pro and Airacer Air Taxi.
Airacer Pro makes the booking process even smoother, allowing users to search by safety rating, aircraft category and fuel stop requirements. The platform even takes advantage of empty leg flights, which could save you time and money. Plus, you can see the jet you’ve selected before coming aboard.
Users of the Airacer Pro app can chat directly with operators, search for flights, and immediately receive price estimates with a quote sent within 24 hours.
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Airacer Air Taxi is geared toward shorter, domestic flights. Similar to apps like Uber, Lyft or Blade, users select departure and arrival locations as well as times to receive an estimate and a list of available flights. Airacer will follow up with a flight itinerary and details. All you need to do is show up 15 minutes before with an ID, sit back and relax.
Worried about your carbon footprint? Airacer Air Taxi includes electric vertical takeoff and landing (eVTOL) options, a new environmentally-competitive technology that reduces greenhouse gas emissions, currently offered only by a select number of platforms.
Could this be the private jet upgrade that makes all the difference? Both Airacer Pro and Airacer Air Taxi are launched and ready for takeoff. Visit airacer.com to learn more, and register for either web app via app.airacer.com and airtaxi.airacer.com.
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