Forbes 30 under 30 awarded him for his work in Consumer Technology and South Florida’s Top Working Professional by the Sun Sentinel. JetSmarter is a company that makes the private airline industry accessible to the entire world. Prior to JetSmarter, he founded an online chat system for website customer service and a distance learning platform for Russian-speaking educational institutions. Petrossov studied at the University of Florida, developing his interest in technology. Currently, JetSmarter provides service to 14,000 paid subscribers and 670,000 users also offering 3,200 private jets with the intent to establish its own branded aircraft in the near future.
Subscribers will be paying $4,950 and $15,000 per year for JetSmarter services. The concept behind JetSmarter is for it to be the world’s largest private air travel service. It works by browsing and booking seats on existing shared flights around the world. Seats are offered on flights created by this community. JetSmarter has many partners. There are two options, the pay as you go option where you book flights at non-member rates with worldwide availability or $2,500 a year flying more than one round-trip per year. There is guaranteed availability on 24-hour notice with private charters and discounted member pricing on various flights.
You also have access to VIP events with a full membership as well as luxury partner benefits. There is a 24/7 concierge. The product boils down to a user-friendly app that can order flights with top-rated private jet operators. JetSmart users can book free seats on scheduled shuttles between certain cities. There are free flights to new destinations daily from members’ favorite cities. Helicopter shuttles are available to the Hamptons from Manhattan. The first beta had been released in August 2012 to a select group of private jet travelers and no one else, the app also provides competitive fares.