BlueStarJets to be Exclusive Private Air Travel Partner for Resorts in the Bahamas.

BlueStarJets announced its partnership with the Atlantis, Paradise Island and Ocean Club resorts in The Bahamas. According to the agreement, the company has been designated as the exclusive private air travel partner for both properties. BlueStarJets will have the first right of refusal on all private aircraft business generated by the resorts.

BlueStarJets, founded in March 2001, is an innovative company offering a variety of unique private jet transportation services. BlueStarJets provides flexibility for its customers by not purchasing a fractional ownership of one specific aircraft, so customers can select a plane based on their travel needs - i.e. long haul, short haul, or number of passengers.

The Ocean Club, once the exclusive private estate of Huntington Hartford II, has emerged after a recent $100 million renaissance, as one of the most elegant luxury resorts in the Americas.
Intimate and tranquil, the resort offers 106 beachfront suites, rooms and garden cottages in colonial Bahamian style, with round-the-clock butler service and little luxurious touches like champagne and strawberries every afternoon and icy sorbet served on the beach.

The sumptuous Ocean Club Spa features a fusion of ancient Asian holistic philosophies with uniquely Bahamian hospitality and serene surroundings with private spa villas. A full complement of recreational options include the championship 18-hole Ocean Club Golf Course designed by Tom Weiskopf, a tennis club, a freshwater pool overlooking the resort`s renowned Versailles-inspired gardens, and an extensive menu of water sports.

BlueStarJets has a unique sky program whereby a client can purchase a $50,000, $100,000, $250,000 or $500,000 card for use towards jet services. There are no acquisition costs or maintenance or membership fees and money deposited in a customers` individual travel account earns 6% interest in travel dollars each year.

One sky program card can also be used by several authorised users, i.e. a company planning a board meeting may fly in several board members from different locations across the country on different planes at the same time.