The Hyperx brand, which flies the private jet service to the U.S., has begun offering flights to Scotland.
The first private flight to Scotland, which is part of the United Kingdom, is scheduled to depart on March 22.
The company is owned by Norwegian Air Shuttle, which operates flights between London and Glasgow.
The private jet company, Hyperx, has flown flights to the United States for the past few years, but now has a dedicated airport in New York, New York.
It has had more than 500 flights to New York since 2009.
Hyperx operates a fleet of private jets.
The brand, owned by Hyperx Holdings, Inc., also owns the popular private jet business, Hyperstar, which has more than a million passengers per year.
The new flights to Scottish skies will be the first private flights to fly from the Scottish city of Glasgow to New Jersey.
The flights will be operated by Hyperstar.
The flight is scheduled for 9 p.m. local time (3 a.m., or 5 p.g., ET) and will cost $5,500 per person, according to Hyperx.
“We’re excited to partner with the Scottish Government and Hyperx on the first of a series of private flights that will serve as an important stepping stone to establishing a new business in the region,” said Jeff Tannenbaum, vice president and chief operating officer for the New York-based Hyperx group.
“The New York market has a rich and diverse aviation history, and it’s important to connect with this region for business, leisure, and entertainment.”
Hyperx was founded in 1994 by former employees of a Seattle-based firm, Kootenay Aviation.
It was acquired in 1999 by the parent company, Scotty Airlines, for $4.9 billion.
The Hyper-X brand was created in 2000, with its first aircraft, a private jet, being launched in 2002.
The airline was rebranded as Hyperstar in 2009.
It operates flights to more than 200 destinations in the U: Alaska, Canada, the United Arab Emirates, and Mexico.
The New York company has also recently added a new airline, American Airlines, to the group, which it is leasing out to other companies.
For more information, visit www.hyperx.com.
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