Why are more people flying their dogs in private jets?
Private jets used to be regarded utterly out of reach for anyone who wasn't obscenely wealthy or famous — or both in certain circumstances.
However, private aircraft has grown considerably more accessible over time, with a particularly significant transition occurring after 2019. Not only has use increased as a result of the pandemic's travel havoc, but several firms are reporting an increase in reservations from passengers new to the private jet world. Additionally, more and more people are bringing their dogs on board with them. VistaJet, a global aviation firm, has recorded an 86 percent rise in the number of animals it has flown in the previous two years, and we're not just talking about cats and dogs.