Flewber founder, chairman and CEO Marc Sellouk says: “I was made aware that the jet's fuselage was being sold earlier this year. Now, three months later, the front 27 feet of Flynt's former corporate jet has now become Flewber-1.”
The jet has been repurposed to serve a new mission on the road, rather than in the skies. This mobile unit gives people the opportunity to step inside a piece of American history and learn how Flewber and its app are making flying private easier and more accessible than ever before.
Already a hit after multiple appearances across the Hamptons, New York Fashion Week and Manhattan, Flewber-1 is scheduled to bring its message to people more widely across the country.
Co-founder and president Jay Yu says: “To make a splash and get the word out, our team at Flewber had to think outside of the box. So that is exactly what we did; visitors and the general public can scan the QR code on the side of Flewber-1 to get directly connected to our app.”
The aircraft will be at Miami for Art Basel 2022 in early December.