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How to Stay Sane This Year During Christmas Travel

Holiday travel can be frustrating enough to make you want to cancel your plans, but luckily you can stay sane during your Christmas travel this year by using a private jet.

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Long lines, canceled flights, traffic jams, and being stuck together like sardines at every terminal gate is enough to turn even the jolliest person into a Scrooge.

The holidays are supposed to be full of joy, warmth, and love. Who would want to deal with all the struggles of flying during the Christmas holiday? Well, unfortunately, sometimes air travel is just necessary – especially during the holidays.

Does that mean you have to be miserable as you travel? Absolutely not! Stay sane this year during your Christmas travel – use a private jet.

Calmer Security

Have you ever stood at the end of a security checkpoint line anxiously looking at your watch because you know you are going to miss your flight? When the airports get busy, the security lines begin to back up. Combine this with the tighter security measures, and the slow down can wrap the line ten times over.

When you choose to fly private, however, you will find a much different scenario. Because they serve a smaller population, you will find that you are through the security checkpoint in no time. Besides, if you ever did get held up, your jet is not likely to leave without you – as you are the passenger.

Wait for Your Flight in Comfort

Airport terminals full of commercial airline passengers can get overcrowded and stuffy. When bodies outnumber seats, people can be found stretched out on the floor. Some may even be sleeping. This situation gets even worse when the weather is rough and flights begin to cancel. If you have to spend a lot of time at the airport, you will quickly find that comfort is not a top priority.

Now, let’s talk about the sanity you can save by flying private. If you are early for your flight or get delayed due to weather, you will find the waiting area in the FBO to be comfortable. Depending on where you are, you may even consider the accommodations to be luxurious. They will vary from place to place. But, one this is for sure – you will never be stuck for long periods in an overcrowded, uncomfortable situation.

Flexibility

With commercial airlines, you are presented with specific flights and flight times that are available. Plus, you are bound by schedules that are oftentimes not on time. If you have a connecting flight, dealing with a late departure could derail your whole travel. Did you know that the most common reason for delayed flights is not the weather, but late aircraft?

However, with private jets, you will find there to be much more flexibility. You can travel when you want to. And – there will be no layovers to worry about. During the holiday season, as families make plans and so forth, you know when you need to arrive at your destination and when the festivities will end and you’d like to head back home. Private jets allow you to choose the times that are most convenient for you.

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Get Closer to Your Destination

We have been talking about air travel, but have you ever tried renting an automobile during the holidays? They are hard to come by – you may be forced into a vehicle you don’t want or none at all. And, depending on your destination, you could potentially be dealing with some terrible driving conditions this time of year.

The closer you can get to your destination, the better.

By choosing to travel via a private jet, you can have access to those smaller, private or executive airports. And there are many more of these private airports to choose from. That means you can get closer to your destination – and reduce the need for additional, potentially hazardous travel.

Enjoy the Privacy

Think about your last flight on a commercial aircraft. Were you bundled nice and cozy, knee to knee, with perfect strangers? If you had any work to do or reading to do, it is probably safe to say that the individual/s next to you could read it, too. Talk about a lack of privacy.

The holidays – and everything that comes with them – can cause a big disruption in our workloads, sometimes leaving us feeling stressed out and overloaded as you head home for the holidays. So, what if you could knock out that work before you get to your destination?

On a private jet, you will likely find the interior very accommodating to your needs. You will be able to spread out, open up that laptop, host conference calls, and all without having your privacy invaded.

Then, when you land, you can focus on enjoying the holiday with your loved ones because your work is done.

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Relax. You Deserve It.

The holidays bring enough stress on their own. The last thing you need is to deal with all the frustrations that commercial air travel during the holiday can bring. In fact, that is definitely a good way to lose your sanity. Instead, consider flying private.

The interior of each and ever private jet is different. Some have comfortable accommodations and a few amenities. Others have comfortable, luxurious accommodations and an overabundance of amenities. Depending on what you need, you will find it here.

  • Want to hold a business meeting before the holidays hit? Consider it done.
  • Want to kick back and watch Christmas movies with your family? No problem.
  • Want to have a few cocktails and munchies before you arrive at your destination? Sure thing!
  • Want to take a snooze to prevent the jet lag so you can enjoy your holidays? You will find peace here.

Conclusion

Whether you are traveling alone or with your family, you will find comfort on a private jet, especially during Christmas travel. These charters are much more affordable than you think. So, if you are interested at all in saving your sanity during Christmas season, then you will most definitely want to consider using a private jet charter for all your air travel needs.

It may just be the best decision you’ve made all year!