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Victor private jet-share marketplace ‘Furs Class’ service puts pets on jets

Andrea Divirgilio / September 28, 2012

Now, say goodbye to boxing your loving pets as freight. Providing an absolute answer for owners who can’t really tolerate to have their beloved pets travel cargo; Victor, a London-based private jet company is now offering ‘Furs Class’ service for pooches. Especially targeted at loving dog owners who wishes to take their companions on their travels, Victor has launched a community of pet owners that will allow like-minded owners to come together, flag interest in preferred dates and routes in order to bring down the cost of jet charters, enabling their canine to travel in style in their own seat, right alongside enjoying the same luxury. Speaking about the luxury-class pet travel, we have earlier seen the world’s first pets-only airline ‘Pet airways’ that flies your pets in first-class cabins.

Victor's Furs Class service puts pets on jets

Victor's Furs Class service puts pets on jets

Victor’s ‘Furs Class’ comes with benefits like when you fly, you can take your pet in the cabin, avoiding not only the risks of freight storage, but also stress and anxiety of the hold. Further, Victor also arranges for treats and toys, and allows you to charter a jet with an option to sell surplus seats to other Victor members.

Victor's Furs Class service puts pets on jets

Known for changing perceptions of private aviation by providing affordable connectivity for members wanting to make the most of their luxury lifestyle choices, in desirable locations, Victor, the private jet-share marketplace offered this Furs Class service considering the fact that putting your pet ‘family member’ in the hold is always a risk.

Victor's Furs Class service puts pets on jets

Reportedly, an eight-year-old miniature Schnauzer, Dylan was charged around $2,000 for a seat on Victor flight from London to Mallorca, costing exactly the same as it costs humans using the service.

Victor's Furs Class service puts pets on jets

Note: Very small pets fly for free.

Via: FlyVictor

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