Kavoo Coupons and Deals
Meet Kavoo: an elite fleet of private planes ready and willing to fly you to Vermont. Or AC. Or Philadelphia. Or pretty much anywhere that chartering a luxuriously cozy private plane for you and two friends makes sense. And because you’re with Perks, you’re getting 50% off their normal rate. You don’t need us to tell you why flying private is superior. You just need us to connect you with a Perk for it. Here’s that Perk... You’re chartering a private plane from Kavoo—a company that arranges such things—for a fraction of the normal cost. First order of business: select your cabin mates. The plane fits three passengers, and you’re in charge of choosing them. Or just pick one flight mate. (Or if you really love leg room, none of them.) Second order of business: get to know your plane. It’s a Cirrus SR22, equipped with air-conditioned leather interiors and XM radio. Now, let’s talk destinations. You’ve got some options... If you purchase the Inner Radius, you can fly to/from East Hampton, NY (HTO); Westhampton, NY (FOK); Montauk, NY (MTP); Block Island, RI (BID); Fishers Island (0B8); Pittsfield, MA (PSF); Northeast Philadelphia, PA (PNE) If you purchase the Outer Radius, you can fly to/from any city within the Inner Radius, along with Atlantic City, NJ (ACY); Martha’s Vineyard, MA (MVY); Nantucket, MA (ACK); Newport, RI (UUU); Providence, RI (PVD); Provincetown, MA (PVC); Hyannis, MA (HYA); Norwood, MA (OWD); Lebanon, NH (LEB); Bennington, VT (DDH); Rutland, VT (RUT); Albany, NY (ALB); Scranton, PA (AVP); Harrisburg, PA (MDT) Finally, a few other things to think about... You’ll be skipping any and all security lines. Meaning your parking-to-takeoff time will last about, oh, five minutes. It’s BYOB. Yep. They don’t have a beverage cart, but if you want to pop a bottle of champagne (or Sprite Zero, we don’t judge) in your flight, feel free. Your pilots. They’re held to safety standards well beyond the normal FAA requirements. Great. You’ve done it. You just booked your own private plane for less than the cost of most regular planes. It was a long, hard choice but... actually, no it wasn’t.