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  • Uber targets the 1% with its new jet service
  • Uber targets the 1% with its new jet service
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Uber targets the 1% with its new jet service

In its never-ending pursuit of making travel easier, taxi startup Uber is offering private jets to the super rich. In a few swipes on their smartphone, people will be able to book an Uber Black car to an airport in Paris, followed by a private jet to the Cannes Film Festival.

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