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Boutique operator enjoys soaraway summer
This year is proving to be one of the busiest summers ever for The Little Jet Company at Gloucestershire Airport. The company has seen a rise in demand for private jet cards for flights in multiples of 25 hours.
Chief pilot Pete Hamlet and director Jason Bishop.
Read this story in our September 2022 printed issue.

Gloucestershire airport-based The Little Jet Company is enjoying one of its busiest summers ever, with demand for its private jet cards rising as clients pay for flights in advance in multiples of 25 hours.

The cards are a cost-effective alternative to ad hoc chartering. Travellers are purchasing them to use for business and for leisure, and they have the flexibility to use them when they like.

"We are seeing an extremely busy summer where people can't wait to travel," says director Jason Bishop. "With The Little Jet Company they can enjoy the luxury and convenience of private jet travel."

The company provides charter, management and ground handling services.

"Our clients expect the best, and that's what we aim to deliver," continues Bishop, who still regularly flies the jets as a captain.

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