NEW YORK, March 28, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Members of JetSmarter, the world's largest private air travel community, are providing a safer way home for America's most vulnerable newborns and their families. The company is launching a charitable initiative called #CharterHope that allows members to send private charters to bring immunocompromised infants home for the first time.
For healthy babies, the trip home from the hospital is a momentous one. But for America's most vulnerable babies—often born at specialty hospitals thousands of miles from home—getting home is more complicated. Even the common cold can be life-threatening, which makes a crowded commercial flight home another reason for worry.
Through the #CharterHope initiative, JetSmarter members can donate flight credit towards the creation of private charters. These private flights allow families and their immunocompromised newborns newborns a welcome alternative to busy commercial air travel.
"As a father, I hold this initiative close to my heart. Over the years, JetSmarter has become a tight knit community, and I'm thrilled to encourage our members to come together and donate to help new families across the country," said Sergey Petrossov, CEO of JetSmarter. "Many families are faced with the risk of traveling through commercial airports, exposing their newborns to busy airport terminals and crowded airplanes, post-surgery. We are committed to providing them with a better way to get back home."
To learn more about #CharterHope or to participate, please visit CharterHope.com or email: email@example.com.
JetSmarter is the world's largest private aviation marketplace. Our members-only community commands a global fleet of private jets, enjoys a low-price guarantee on private charters anywhere in the world, and can step aboard complimentary flights they share with other members. They can also book luxury homes and other lifestyle amenities right from our app. We've connected three continents, and we're rapidly expanding across the globe. | jetsmarter.com
JetSmarter is not a 501(c)(3) organization and flight credit donations are not tax deductible. In collaboration with the hospitals, JetSmarter will identify and select children who would be recipients of the private flights in its sole discretion. JetSmarter does not own or operate the aircraft. All flights will be performed by licensed private carriers. Additional restrictions may apply.
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