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Airline Policy Change-Up

Federal regulations stipulate that passengers have a 24 hour period to hold reservations for flights at the quoted rate. American Airlines is changing its policy regarding this ruling. Previously American Airlines would require payment after 24 hours, but once the change has been implemented payment is required up front. There will be no penalty if…

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Brussels Reopening With Limited Services

The terrorist attack on Brussels last week hasn’t stopped the airport from returning. Reported recently, the Brussels airport has suffered damage to the departure hall so guests will be utilizing different accommodations for upcoming travels. Any checked baggage will be doled out within an unused hangar as the normal baggage claim structure is returned to…

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The Importance of Private Jet Charter Service Safety

Private jet safety has been an issue for many years in order to product the public from the dangers of unscrupulous companies. The regulation of aircraft began in the United States during the 1920s after several aviation disasters occurred that led to deaths. Currently, there is an average of 7,000 fatalities each year because of…

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Corporate Jets Change Ryanair

Once well known for blandness and indifference, Ryanair is turning over a new leaf with a newly fitted corporate jet. In hopes to attract a better class of passenger, the Boeing Co. 737-700 has been upgraded with all-leather reclining seats and up to 3 times the space for each passenger. Ryanair has added a fine-dinging…

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Cleaner, Greener, Faster Supersonic Jet from NASA

The Concorde from the 1960’s was the first foray into supersonic commercial travel, but noise from the sonic boom ultimately led to a ban on supersonic aircraft for commercial flights. NASA has partnered with Lockheed Martin to produce an improved supersonic jet. The main goal for the design is to reduce the loudness of the…

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The Future of Business Travel is not Boring

In a recent statement from Thomas Mangas, CEO of Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worlldwide, corporate travelers are looking for at least some of the amenities of leisure travelers. A new player in the hospitality industry, Generator Hostels, is ramping up to bring business travelers what they want in design, affordability, and experience. Since its inception…

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Comparing Jet Charter To Commercial Air Travel

When you are looking at choices to fly, you usually can choose from a commercial airliner or a private jet charter. To fully understand your options, you need to compare the pros and cons of both. Convenience When it comes to the convenience of flying, it’s hard to beat a private jet charter. With a…

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Private Jets Furnishings Customized

One of the perks of flying private aircraft is that the interior of each one is furnished in a style unique to that airplane. Some can even be fitted with golden sinks. This one in particular is styled to mimic a vintage train, for those more old-schooled travelers with time constraints. The corporate jet can…

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Private Jet Construction Booming

Private jets are taking longer and longer to build as new features get added to each model. Newer models like the Gulfstream G650 and G650ER allow for customization of appliances, furniture, storage, and climate control from a smartphone. All of these options take time to implement, and the sheer number of orders for most producers…

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Private Jet Travel is How Business Class Gets Upgraded

While private jet travel is favored by both business and leisure travelers, it is the business travel sector that bolsters private jet travel revenues. Sure, the general public has visions of celebrities flying off with select groups of friends to exclusive vacation hot spots around the world when they hear the phrase private jet travel,…

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