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Jet Token automates booking process with CharterGPT
Of roughly 2,350 Part 135 charter operators in the US, 80 per cent currently have fewer than 10 aircraft and 60 per cent have fewer than five. Jet Token is making it easier to gather quotes from smaller organisations.

Jet Token (Jet.AI) is launching its AI-powered charter booking application, CharterGPT. The technology automates the manual process of booking a private jet. Through natural language processing, the CharterGPT app communicates with both consumers and charter operators to reduce the time spent by a broker as the ‘human-in-the-loop’.

Of roughly 2,350 Part 135 charter operators in the US, 80 per cent currently have fewer than 10 aircraft and 60 per cent have fewer than five. These Part 135 charter operators function as something akin to miniature airlines and can be hard to get a charter quote from. Aside from handling customer conversations, CharterGPT is designed to help weed through and obtain responses from these smaller operators via outbound, interactive, natural language communication.

“CharterGPT is an impressive, real-world application of transformative AI technology that is friendly, knowledgeable and fun to use,” says Mike Winston, founder of Jet.AI. “Through CharterGPT we've brought new technology to the industry and from here our goal is to continue to bring practical tools to market.”

The next iteration of the app due in the autumn is also expected to integrate with Stripe for payments, support automatic contract reconciliation between Jet.AI's contracts with customers and contracts with operators, provide recommendations on preferred ground transportation, most efficient airport locations to travel in and out of, most opportune departure dates and more.

The CharterGPT app has been uploaded to the iOS store and is planned for release in early August with Android store release expected a few weeks later.

CharterGPT is Jet.AI's most recent product launch and comes on the heels of its proposed business combination announcement with Oxbridge Acquisition Corp. Upon the closing of the transaction the combined company will be named Jet.AI Inc. (reserved Nasdaq: JTAI) and its securities are expected to be publicly listed on Nasdaq Capital Markets.

Additionally, the boards of directors of Oxbridge Acquisition Corp and Jet.AI have unanimously approved the business combination.

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