Christina Milian Set To Fly High W/ Jay Z’s Exclusive Jet Club

R&B singer Christina Milian is giving music mogul Jay Z‘s JetSmarter private plane service a turbo boost. The curvy crooner is slated to host an upcoming Atlanta event for members.

According to reports, Milian will help JetSmarter celebrate its latest expansion into the Georgia area with a ribbon-cutting ceremony.

JetSmarter, the world’s leading private jet company announced today plans for an exclusive VIP event at Cobb County Airport on January 18th at 3PM with Christina Milian. During the event, Christina Milian will host a red carpet ribbon cutting ceremony and JetSmarter members to celebrate the company’s recently launched JetShuttle routes in Atlanta. Select members at the event will receive a photo with Christina Milian. JetSmarter – of which Jay Z is an investor – offers unlimited seats on private planes for $15,000, with regular flights to & from NY, LA, Miami, Chicago, Las Vegas, Orlando and more. (5WPR)

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The private jet company’s president has since released a statement and confirmed Milian’s highly-anticipated attendance.

“We are excited about our upcoming Atlanta event, and our members meeting Christina Milian. Membership experience is one of the most important aspects of our business, and as we continue to gain members in the Atlanta market, we will continue to grow our shared private jet services in the region,” said Gennady Barsky, President of JetSmarter. “With this event, we are creating priceless opportunities, both in the air and on the ground, that are only possible thanks to JetSmarter.” (5WPR)

Back in March, Terror Squad rapper Fat Joe relied on the JetSmarter service.

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A couple years ago, Jay Z made major headlines for investing in the growing private jet company.

The high-rolling rap mogul recently invested in an app called JetSmarter — which allows users to book a private jet in a matter of seconds. The lavish company, which is often deemed the Uber of private jets, announced Thursday that it had closed a $20 million round of investments. (NY Daily News)

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