Justin Firestone, a founding partner of Wheels Up, in one of the company’s King Air 350i turboprops, June 12, 2015. Companies are opening up "flight sharing" opportunities for their clients. Wheels Up is a company that just started letting clients offer up empty seats on their flights to other Wheels Up customers to lower the price of flying privately.
Justin Firestone, a founding partner of Wheels Up, in one of the company’s King Air 350i turboprops, June 12, 2015. Companies are opening up "flight sharing" opportunities for their clients. Wheels Up is a company that just started letting clients offer up empty seats on their flights to other Wheels Up customers to lower the price of flying privately. CHARLES TRAINOR JR MIAMI HERALD STAFF
Justin Firestone, a founding partner of Wheels Up, in one of the company’s King Air 350i turboprops, June 12, 2015. Companies are opening up "flight sharing" opportunities for their clients. Wheels Up is a company that just started letting clients offer up empty seats on their flights to other Wheels Up customers to lower the price of flying privately. CHARLES TRAINOR JR MIAMI HERALD STAFF

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June 24, 2015 11:49 AM

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