Jet setters that are headed towards Austin don’t have to take public transportation. Oh no, there are plenty of private jet lines that are ready to provide personalized service when you take to the skies. One of those companies is Maven Jets.
About Maven Jets
With all the security lines, restrictions and waits involved with taking a flight today it’s almost easier just to drive. Maven Jets is all about making air travel as convenient as possible. Instead of pat downs and bags of peanuts a chartered flight with Maven Jets is more like a first class experience customized just for you.
Maven Jets’ main ride is the Turbo Prop King Air 90. The King Air 90 comfortably seats up to eight passengers and has plenty of room for all your baggage. With a cruising speed of 225mph, the King Air 90 can get you where you’re going fast, but don’t be surprised if you like the ride so much you wished it would last longer.
All flights are operated by FAA certified Part 135 air carriers.
From Austin Maven Jets can whisk you away to almost any destination in the U.S. and around the world. Maven Jets gives you access to more than 10,000 private and commercial airports.
Maven Jet Services
Maven Jets does more than bring you from point A to point B in style. Their premier services start before you even get to the airport.
- An executive Austin airport car service will bring you to the airport and pick you up.
- Enjoy gourmet catered food in-flight.
- Variety of entertainment supplied – newspapers, magazines, music and movies.
- Wi-fi access in-flight.
- Use the concierge service to get tickets to shows, book restaurant reservations and more.
- Special arrangements can be made for bringing pets on board.
Another unique aspect of booking a private chartered flight with Maven Jets is their Jet Charter for Charity Program. Maven Jets gives back by donating a portion of the booked flight to a non-profit of your choosing.
Before booking your next flight with a commercial airline, treat yourself and a deserving charity by taking a private chartered flight with Maven Jets instead.