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JetSmarter Opens Corporate Office Hubs In NYC and Los Angeles

01/11/2017
JetSmarter, the world's leading private jet company, plans to open corporate offices in New York City and Los Angeles, with plans to add jobs on both coasts.

According to company officials the company's latest funding round will be used to expand sales operations, customer relationship management and technology staff. With over 100 employees currently based in JetSmarter's main office in South Florida, the company is looking to hire a Director of Sales in both cities and is currently in the process of expanding their team and hiring.

"Opening offices in New York and Los Angeles this year represents a big step forward in our growth, as we invest in two of our most important markets and continue to add talent to our team," said Sergey Petrossov, Founder &CEO of JetSmarter. "JetSmarter remains devoted to making travel fun again."

Over the last 12 months, JetSmarter has significantly expanded its private jet services, with a main focus on increasing its shared, scheduled JetShuttle fights across the United States, Europe and the Middle East, in cities including New York, Chicago, Fort Lauderdale, Las Vegas, Atlanta, London, Istanbul, Paris, Moscow, Dubai, Milan and other cities, officials said. Plans to expand into other major cities including Asia and Latin America are also in development, and will be launched by the end of 2017.

Company officials note, JetSmarter, the world's largest mobile marketplace for private jets, created a new class of air travel that is able to offer both custom charters and unused seats across thousands of flights. Its technology and efficient platform, driven by algorithms, artificial intelligence and mobile distribution, optimizes inventory to drive down prices, create availability, and gives JetSmarter the resources to continue to grow U.S. and globally.

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