For the rich, private jets are 99% perks, 1% costs. Here’s how to join
The number of high flyers who take private planes is growing, and so are the jet-setting options
The downside of travelling is, well, the travel. Crowded airports, insentient self-scan check-in screens (and even less sentient check-in staff), security queues scented with sports sock.
Then there’s the sharp-elbowed, loud-mouthed and germ-laden neighbouring passengers aboard a claustrophobic and stuffy aircraft.
And just when you’ve really started questioning your decision to ever leave the comfort of your sofa, you’re treated to the tedious immigration queues and soul-crushing baggage carousel roulette at your destination...