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NetJets, World Leader in Fractional Jet Ownership, Discusses Global Expansion on 21st Century Television

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Boca Raton FL, June 4, 2014 — To learn more about NetJets tune in to the Fox Business Network (as pd. prog.) on June 8, 2014 at 11:30am EST.

A Berkshire Hathaway company, NetJets is currently the largest fractional jet ownership company in the world. With a dedicated staff of over 1200 highly trained personnel, NetJets specializes in getting people where they want to go safely and efficiently.

The company currently operates a fleet of 700 private jets ranging in size from mid-cabin to large-cabin. Clients have the option of buying into individual aircraft for the purpose of having a private jet at their disposal whenever they need it.

Currently, NetJets has several advantages over its competition:

• a turn-around time of 4 to 10 hours,
• the ability to fly into 170 countries globally,
• a flawless dedication to safety,
• a fleet of 700 aircraft from which to choose,
• a selection of exclusive Signature-Series aircraft, and
• Unparalleled customer service.

For those who want to fly but wish to avoid the hassles of lengthy waits in public terminals, delayed and canceled flights and airport security checks, NetJets provides a refreshing solution.

According to Bill Noe, NetJets Chief Operating Officer, the company offers an abundance of aircraft for passengers to peruse, including midsize, super midsize and large cabin craft, Bombardier Global 5000s and 6000s, and Gulfstream G450s and G550s. Additionally, NetJets has designed its own Signature Series of planes that include amenities unavailable on any other aircraft in the world — features such as quieter engines, advanced entertainment systems and more.

21st Century Television, along with Vice President of Programming, J.L. Haber, are pleased to bring you this segment on NetJets.

“NetJets is a pioneer in the world of private jet ownership,” stated Haber. “There’s no other company in the world today that’s doing what NetJets is doing with the same dedication to passenger safety and convenience. We’re proud to highlight them on our show.”

About 21st Century Television

21st Century Television is an award winning business and health program that is independently produced by MMP (USA), Inc. The show provides its viewers an in depth opportunity to find solutions to the industry problems from some of the top business leaders from across the world. With more than 5,000 companies participating on over 500 shows, 21st Century Television continues to be the premier and targeted outlet for the latest business and health stories. 21st Century Television airs on cable networks to over 100 million potential television households.

For specific market-by-market air dates and times, please e-mail Moniqueh@mmpusa.com. For more information, please visit www.tvbusinessnews.com.

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