Can't afford your own private jet, like the 767 the Google cofounders own, but like the idea of flying privately? OneSky is a new search engine allowing you to book room on private jets between destinations within the United States. They tell me:
OneSky does not own or operate its own planes, but rather, it draws upon an exclusive network of 150 Gold-rated charter operators who have an inventory of over 1,500 jets which are carefully monitored for safety and security.
The CEO/Pres. Greg Johnson was formerly a logistics executive at FedEx, and the Chairman, Trey Urbahn, was former CEO of both Priceline and FareChase.
A flight between San Francisco and Los Angeles would run $5,000 to $27,000, in a quick check I did, so I don't think I'll be flying private any time soon :)