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Jet.AI launches AI-powered charter booking platform

Jet.AI launches AI-powered charter booking platform

Jet.AI, an innovative private aviation artificial intelligence (“AI”) company, has announced the release of CharterGPT, an AI-powered charter booking tool. This innovative technology streamlines the tedious procedure of booking a private jet. The CharterGPT app connects with both consumers and charter operators using natural language processing to reduce the time spent by a broker as the “human-in-the-loop.”

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Currently, 80% of the approximately 2,350 Part 135 charter operators in the United States have fewer than ten aircraft, and 60% have fewer than five. These Part 135 charter businesses operate similarly to micro airlines and can be difficult to obtain a charter quote from. Aside from handling client interactions, CharterGPT is intended to assist screen through and receive responses from these smaller operators through outbound, interactive, natural language communication.

The upcoming version of the app, which is planned in the autumn, is also anticipated to incorporate Stripe for payments and provide seamless contract reconciliation between Jet.AI’s contracts with consumers and contracts with operators include advice on preferred ground transportation, the most effective airport locations to travel into and out of, the most advantageous departure dates, and more.

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The CharterGPT app has been uploaded to the iOS store and is planned for release in early August with Android store release expected a few weeks later. For more information on Jet.AI and CharterGPT, please visit www.jet.ai

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CharterGPT is Jet.AI’s most recent product launch comes on the heels of its proposed business combination announcement with Oxbridge Acquisition Corp. Upon the closing of the transaction the combined company will be named Jet.AI Inc. and its securities are expected to be publicly listed on Nasdaq Capital Markets.

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