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Plane Pooling Becomes Popular

Plane pooling among the very rich is becoming popular as the global economic downturn continues.  The well heeled are eager to find ways to cut costs but without giving up luxuries and comforts they are accustomed to.  Generally, an executive will join a network of jet users who enjoy private aviation, and they coordinate trip dates and shared cabin space.

PrivateJetShare.com is one company encouraging this trend with the launch of its first bookable flight to Dub from London

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