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Zetta Jet

Ultra-luxurious private airline fully booked for Singapore F1

With the Singapore Grand Prix just around the corner, the rich and famous are flying in from all over the world with Zetta Jet – including three of the five headlining acts from the USA – for this year’s exciting annual night race.

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The ultra-luxurious personalised private airline sees its fleet of planes fully booked, with flights for the high net worth individuals scheduled from cities across the globe, including Dubai, Moscow, Beijing and London.

Newly launched in August this year, with the company’s Asia hub located in Singapore’s Seletar Airport, Zetta Jet operates solely on clients’ schedules.

Executive director of Zetta Jet, Geoffrey Cassidy said: “As the only night race in the Formula One World Championship, the Singapore Grand Prix is surrounded by glitz and glamour and is undoubtedly one of the biggest parties on the F1 season.”

“Many of our clients are flying in amidst their busy schedules to see the famous race, and we want them to have the luxury of time on the ground as much as possible, to soak up the festive atmosphere here in the Lion City before jetting out again to their next destination.”

The brainchild of seasoned aviation professionals, James Seagrim, Matthew Walter, and Geoffrey Cassidy, Zetta Jet an FAA certificated air carrier and is the first-only part 135 operator, authorised to conduct polar flights, enabling the airline to optimise routes without limitation.

“We are pleased to be the private airline of choice for the headlining acts who are entertaining the F1 race goers. Singapore is an ideal hub for us to provide real time services to a large population of jet-setting high net worth clientele who want to travel quickly and efficiently around the world in luxury and style,” Matthew Walter, director of sales of Zetta Jet, said.

 

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