, 2022-12-23 19:01:35
SEABROOK — A Seabrook-based company that provides luxurious jet service is denying allegations that it jeopardized internationally renowned Italian opera singer Andrea Bocelli’s 2021 North America tour or impacted his “ability to perform.”
Private Jet Services has filed a countersuit against Bocelli, claiming “the world’s most beloved tenor” is the one who canceled the flights booked for his “Believe World Tour” in November and December 2021 because he was dissatisfied “with the weather and help.”
The countersuit is in response to one filed by Bocelli in September in federal court, claiming the company misled him by not living up to agreed-upon terms “to minimize the stress” of flying, and then “unilaterally and abruptly” canceled flights “leaving him without air transportation” and jeopardizing the U.S. leg of his tour.
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Bocelli is seeking to recover damages, including the $569,800 he paid to Private Jet Services in advance for 15 scheduled flights never taken, while the company is seeking $22,130 for an unpaid balance for a supplemental air charter flight the company had booked for him.
Why Bocelli filed lawsuit against Private Jet Services
Bocelli, according to his suit, has a fear of flying and specifically requested a jet not be more than four years old “to provide a higher standard of safety.” Bocelli claims the company agreed to provide him with…
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