, 2022-12-14 17:14:48
CONCORD, NH — A private jet company with corporate offices in New Hampshire and Florida is suing Twitter in U.S. District Court for unpaid bills from two chartered flights booked in late October.
Private Jet Services of Seabrook and Miami Beach, Florida, filed the case on Dec. 9, claiming the company was failing to pay $197,725 for two private air charter passenger transportation services the company requested on Oct. 26 and Oct. 27.
The company said it had a “blanket purchase agreement” with Twitter, which required “designated representatives” to book flights through the agreement. The company claimed Twitter, however, “did not always follow the process set forth in the BPA,” but the flights were booked and paid for anyway.
“For instance,” the suit stated, “on numerous occasions, Twitter employees other than its Designated Representatives booked and acknowledged its requested air charter passenger transportation services including via emails and text messages and not Statements of Work.”
The two flights in question occurred in late October.
One flight, on the morning of Oct. 26, was booked by a Twitter employee, Taylor DeLorenzo, to fly Leslie Berland, the former chief marketing officer and head of people for the company, from Teterboro, New Jersey, to San Francisco, California. The company was billed $103,850. A second flight, took Berland back to Teterboro, NJ, was booked on the evening Oct. 27. That flight cost $93,875.
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