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SharedCharter offers private flight rideshare. Its peer-to-peer network simplifies the process of sharing and booking private charter flights. Having greater access to private flights is especially relevant due to the pandemic.

Skies Magazine

One of the most powerful qualities of the internet is how it brings people together. Airbnb unites vacation property owners with travelers, and Uber brings passengers together with drivers. A quick search on a smartphone connects us to just about any product or service provider in seconds, and we’re all doing it.

To long-time pilot Carl Marbach, it makes sense to digitally link people for private jet travel, too. He is the founder and CEO of Boca Raton, Fla.-based SharedCharter, a new online service that connects business aviation users so they can share a flight while also splitting the costs.

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While most press releases about private jet websites and apps that cross our desk brag about technology, interfaces, and algorithms designed to cut the mass of phone calls and emails typical of on-demand charter bookings, Sharedcharter.com is offering a personalized approach.

Co-founder of Avweb

Former Avweb co-founder and owner Carl Marbach has launched the website as a searchable bulletin board for members to post and review possible shared flights. Membership is free but is necessary to comply with FAA regulations that govern aggregating Part 135 flights.

Once you join, you can enter the from and to part of your request, plus an acceptable date range, which can be as specific as a morning or afternoon or range for months.

Forbes

Most new private jet booking platforms boast about technology and algorithms designed to streamline the archaic private jet charter booking process. The idea is to cut down on the numerous phone calls and emails. That's not the case with Sharedcharter.com, a new website founded by an industry veteran.

Carl Marbach has owned seven airplanes, including one he built. In 1996, he co-founded Avweb.com, one of the Internet's first aviation magazines wholly online. Now, he's back and is hoping to conquer a space that, so far, several of the industry's largest players have struggled with.

Yahoo Finance

The popular ridesharing concept is quickly gaining traction in the charter air travel market. SharedCharter is a new online service that offers more passengers access to the luxury of flying private through their proprietary peer-to-peer network that simplifies the process of sharing and booking private charter flights.

SharedCharter's smart database is the industry's first peer-to-peer flight-sharing network for flying private for less.

Aviation International News

Veteran pilot Carl Marbach has launched SharedCharter, a Web-based platform for connecting people to book and share private charter flights in the U.S.

The platform—which earns a commission on each trip from either the operator or broker—allows people to search for a charter flight or sign up for a free membership and propose a new, shared flight. Once two parties match a flight, SharedCharter provides secure and anonymous communication between them to discuss trip specifics. Once the parties agree on the specifics, SharedCharter also will provide a concierge to manage flight arrangements with Part 135 operators and charter brokers.

TravelDailyNews International

The popular ridesharing concept is quickly gaining traction in the charter air travel market. SharedCharter is a new online service that offers more passengers access to the luxury of flying private through their proprietary peer-to-peer network that simplifies the process of sharing and booking private charter flights.

“When charter flights fill empty seats, typically the price of the flight goes down for all the travelers,” says Carl Marbach, President and CEO of SharedCharter, and veteran pilot. “I realized there was a need for a hub where people could easily find others to share their desired flights, and at the same time, significantly reduce the price of the flight versus chartering the plane on their own.”

Corporate Jet Investor

SharedCharter is a new online service that offers more passengers access to the luxury of flying private through their proprietary peer-to-peer network that simplifies the process of sharing and booking private charter flights.

The process starts at SharedCharter.com where passengers can search the network for existing flights or sign up for a no-cost membership to initiate a new itinerary or join an existing trip.

Skies Magazine

The popular ridesharing concept is quickly gaining traction in the charter air travel market. SharedCharter is a new online service that offers more passengers access to the luxury of flying private through their proprietary peer-to-peer network that simplifies the process of sharing and booking private charter flights.

The company’s model intends to make flying private accessible to a whole new audience interested in upgrading their experience with its numerous advantages, including private concierge service, no TSA screening lines, custom food and beverage, bag retrieval in minutes, and door to destination travel time cut by hours.

Global Travel Media

The popular ridesharing concept is quickly gaining traction in the charter air travel market. SharedCharter is a new online service that offers more passengers access to the luxury of flying private through their proprietary peer-to-peer network that simplifies the process of sharing and booking private charter flights.

SharedCharter is also addressing the headwinds of commercial flying in this era of escalating public health concerns. The ability to fly private during this time of Covid-19 is arguably safer than flying commercial airlines with thousands of people at large airports and hundreds of people crammed into a plane. Fewer people, less spread.

Veranda

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Carl Marbach is a veteran pilot who is changing the way we look at private air travel. His new company, Shared Charters, helps connect brokers, operators, and travelers to ensure a more cost-effective flight and creates more opportunities for those seeking private jets to take to the skies.