Here’s an Ultra-Luxe Alternative to Driving to the Hamptons This Summer


New York City, by far, is one of the nation’s congested cities. In 2013, according to INRIX, New York had an average commute of more than 34 minutes, the longest in America. So, how do you combat New York’s congestion? By flying around the city in a private jet of course. Offeirng an alternative way to travel, this New York-based private flight service is exactly what you need.

Launched in May, JetGet offers New Yorkers a flight solution from the city to the Hamptons. The service functions from Teterboro and Westchester Airport to East Hampton, West Hampton and Montauk.

Co-founded by by Samuel Joseph, he created the concept as a resolution to reduce the cost of private travel, while increasing revenue for jet operators.

“We desire to be the change the aviation industry needs by providing efficient, accessible, and luxurious travel experiences. In a static industry with few significant changes over the past 60 years, It takes a team ahead of the game to change the status quo,” Joseph said.

Interior of the an aircraft used by JetGet.
Interior of the an aircraft used by JetGet.

At a cool $499 a seat, JetGet arranges flight provided by a certified air charter operators to provide on-demand and scheduled transportation on a luxury executive aircraft. For the New Yorkers who prefe to spend their summers out east but still need to pop into the city from time to time, JetGet will be offering a subscription of unlimited weekend flights for $3000 a month per traveler. The company will also extend their services to include event-based experiences for tournaments such as the US Open and festivals like the Burning Man.

“Having established a leading brand in the private aviation industry, I can see the overwhelming need for a company like JetGet to step in and access a currently unserved market. People are looking to skip the security lines and enter a world of convenience and luxury. JetGet will be their gateway,” said Moshe Malamud, CEO and co-founder of M2Jets.

(Photos by JetGet)