First Class Bus "The JET" from Washington, DC to New York City



Watch this video to see what a First Class Bus in the United States looks like.

I took “The Jet” from Washington, DC to New York City! It claims to be an all-new, first-class travel experience that combines the luxury of a private jet with the affordability and convenience of a motorcoach. But, does it live up to the hype of a First Class Bus?

Watch this video and you’ll see what it’s like to board, ride, and arrive in style on a First Class Bus with the Jet, a motorcoach a step above the rest.

On this First Class Bus trip from Washington, DC to New York City, you’ll see the first ever “Hoverseats,” which effectively allow you to float above the bumps and dips of the interstate as you travel the 228 miles along the spine of the Northeast Corridor, I-95.

From the First Class Bus attendant delivering food and drinks to you to ultra high-speed wi-fi, luxurious bathroom, and space-age seats, all of this First Class Bus experience can be yours for as little as $99.

You’ll even meet the CEO of the Jet since he kicked off our First Class Bus ride!

The Jet offers a First Class Bus from Washington and New York, and also makes the return First Class Bus from New York to Washington.

Check out the Jet’s website:

0:00 Introduction
2:12 Boarding the First Class Bus
3:05 Departing Washington, DC
3:45 The Jet Hoverseats
5:46 First Class Bus Catering
6:07 First Class Bus Bathroom
7:19 First Class Bus WiFi
7:57 First Class Bus Jebscore
9:44 First Class Bus Final Thoughts

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39 comments

  1. Please have this in Texas, Arizona, and the West Coast.
    This is PERFECT for Phoenix – Las Vegas, Phoenix – San Diego, Phoenix – Tucson – El Paso, Dallas – Houston, Dallas – Austin, Houston – Austin – San Antonio, San Francisco – Sacramento, Seattle – Portland, etc.

  2. Great bus ride but goodness gracious! 100 bucks for a ride of 367km? The same kind of bus from St Petersburg to Moscow will cost you around $16-$20 and the distance is 700km!

  3. Its too bad we couldn't find a path that's empty, create electric vehicles passenger rides that get us to major cities in no time with little energy. And it's cost effective. Also gets people everywhere so people could work far away and still get home in half an hour. Help people with employment. Help make jobs. Jobs are needed for innovators that come together and are paid on how to conserve energy..

  4. Do a hotel package round trip thing and take a scenic route with stops. Options for stops. Eventually you'll end up with tour busses and this option for some luxury transportation. So you could do combination packages. Are these busses going to become electric?

  5. Di US bus ini terlihat istimewa, tapi di Indonesia, ini adalah layanan biasa untuk bus jarak jauh,

  6. Merica first class: Comfy seats. That's all.
    Mexican "first class": touch screens for movies and series, Internet on board, plugs for charger, division between passengers and driver.
    Of course baths are pretty much great and cleaner there, ours aren't that good… Just fine.

  7. I would definitely travel on this bus just because of how the bathroom looked.
    I have a phobia of bathrooms and this one looked decent.

  8. It's just like Mexico's luxury buses that only nave 14 seats and you can travel anyw6 in the nation

  9. The bus is so beautiful and spacious. Luxurious with snacks bar and toilet. This type of bus makes journey short and enjoyable no hassle on road trip. The roads are so smooth. I would like to drive on this road. Mind-blowing country with Mind-blowing technology and Mind-blowing peoples.

  10. This actually blew up a lot, 5 million views…

    But I accidentally stumbled upon this video after watching the Dennis Bunnik video with you

  11. So you have people who can't shut up and stay off their phone there too? Think of us lucky Brits squeezed into sardine cans and treated like cattle. It may also be true in the States, but travel is a nightmare in the UK and our coaches are horrible.

  12. With all the bus experiences I had in global locations, perhaps this would be the best! 5 ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ ⭐️ without a doubt!

  13. As a long standing coach traveller (no pun intended!) I would definitely choose this service.

    The Company has clearly done their research and their investment in quality in evident right from the start.

    I too would opt for that prime seat, as one of the joys of coach travel is the views of one's journey.

    The fare represents very good value for such a high quality experience, working out to around $25 an hour!

    The indignity of air travel and the pleasure of a road trip without the responsibility of being the Driver makes this even more appealing.

    I hope that the Driver benefitted from one of those superb seats…

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