Not many people can afford flight in a private jet. But one cat had that privilege to fly from Russia to the United States in exclusive private jet. The price tag for this trip came to a bit more than $100,000. The service provider being, Paramount Business Jets (PBJ), a company known for its fair business practices and exclusive Transparent Private Jet Charter Pricing.
Marsik, a prized blue British Shorthair, often flies by private jet and prefers to travel by Gulfstreams and BBJ’s.
“While the trip certainly wasn’t inexpensive, we were able to save the client quite a bit over paying for a round-trip by rerouting a Gulfstream G-IV flying an empty leg from London to pick up Marsik and his ‘entourage’ in Moscow,” explained Eric Ammon, Paramount’s Senior Vice-President of Sales and Services.
PBJ also took care for Marsik’s travel documents and passports, and assisted with scheduling a last-minute veterinary visit so Marsik could obtain his international travel approval.
Marsik’s trip to Boston took about 12 hours, including a brief stopover in London. He stayed in his travel cozy for the takeoffs and landings, but once airborne the Gulfstream G-IV provided ample room for him to stretch his legs, and enjoy the experience of traveling at almost 500 miles per hour over the North Atlantic in hushed silence. He even had the opportunity to see Greenland from over 40,000 feet perched atop one of the Gulfstream’s comfortable leather seats.
As a Paramount Jet Card holder, Marsik will enjoy access to transparent wholesale broker level pricing, plus a fixed management fee of 10-15% and cost savings of 20-40% below the current market price.
“Even cats appreciate good value, and the chance to save money,” Eric Ammon added.