One was founded by a veteran of private jet charter sales. The other was launched by a longtime consumer of private aviation. They both want to change the way you buy private flights. Like others touting market-disrupting breakthroughs, each have big dreams, interesting twists, and good reasons to be skeptical. Either way, JetASAP and Airbook One are here, they have PR companies issuing press releases, so you are likely to be reading more about them.
JetASAP wants to bypass private jet charter brokers. It’s the vision of Lisa Sayer, who for more than two decades sold charter flights for operators. Brokers were her clients. After seeing how one broker
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