Do you ever think, when someone comes up with a great idea, “Hey I could have thought of that”? Or maybe you did think of it and then let it go or hit too many obstacles to make it happen. I guess that’s a common enough experience for any of us who like to think of ourselves as entrepreneurs.

Jay Deragon, CEO Social FlightsBut I know it is beyond the realms of fantasy that I would have come up with my friend Jay Deragon’s concept of Social Flights. And even if I’d thought of it I would not have known where to start to make it happen.

In this interview I chat with Jay about this new arrival on the travel scene, whereby folks who might never have thought they would be travelling in private jets are doing so.

The short story about Social Flights, in the words of the website, is:

Social Flights uses social technology in a whole new way to allow like-minded travelers to find each other efficiently and effectively.  Social Flights gives those travelers the means to share and coordinate their travel plans and to secure private aircraft for their trips.

Jay expands on that in the interview. I found the story fascinating, especially the bit about Travel Tribes, and I hope you will too.

Social Flights - Air Travel Without All the Hassles

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Des Walsh is a business coach and independent, confidential sounding board for business owners and entrepreneurs. A long term advocate of smart, risk-mitigating business use of technology and a certified social media strategist, he is well placed to support businesses in adapting to the rapid changes in the technological, business and social environments. Connect with Des on LinkedIn, Google+ and Twitter. And to stay in the loop, get Des’s weekly Social Business Bites (select snippets of his "best of the week" online finds).

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