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Uber for Charter Plane

a startup idea shared by Arefin Mishu on 06/26/2018

Normally a small size charter plane has approximately eight seats or more. Often the people who hire a whole charter plane have some seats vacant. In a research it's been found that the people who hire charter planes are not less concerned for money. They value for money. But they value for privacy very much. The idea is to create an app that connects a person who has hired the whole charter plane (the host) to rent out any unused seat. The guest who will take the rent can fly by private charter at lower cost by this service. As privacy of the host is very important we will have to ensure proper communication between two parties via the App. The guest has to convince the host like we do before Airbnb booking. Other security measures also need to be taken like take picture of NID, passport via the app. Benefit to the host: ->Extra income ->Even a person can use the app for business (by hiring and rent out) when it gets popular Benefit to the guest: Fly private by charter plane at lower price




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