HoboJet: A private-jet version of Uber, this Arizona-based company works with charter jet companies to sell empty seats on private planes at a discount. Because the deals tend to be last minute (often when a private plane is flying empty from one location to another to pick up passengers), the flights are one-way and discounts can be steep. Most flights start or end in Scottsdale, Arizona, but the company is working on adding more destinations.

Beacon: The former CEO of Surf Air, who was pushed out in a management shakeup, is angling for a similar subscription-based service on the US East Coast. Flights are planned to begin this summer between New York, Boston, Nantucket, and the Hamptons. Rather than owning its planes, like Surf Air, Beacon will partner with charter operators to arrange flights. Fees will start at $2,000 per month for scheduled flights between small private airports.

Jumpjet: The Las Vegas-based company has sold subscription access on private jets for travel between dozens of US cities since 2012. Its annual memberships are based on how far the passenger wants to fly and how far ahead they book their travel. For example, a year’s membership might cost $2,350 per month for 10 round-trip flights. Jumpjet says its tickets average out to roughly what a passenger would pay for a first-class seat on a commercial flight.

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