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Three Reasons to Choose Private Travel

Traveling can be tedious and draining, especially when you fly commercial airlines. You have to wait for your flight to arrive at the airport and then you have to wait to board. When you finally do board the plane, you may find yourself squished between two overbearing passengers who are more intent on talking about the latest college football game than letting you work. Fortunately, there is an alternative to commercial airline travel.

Why Fly Chartered?

Flying is flying, whether you choose a commercial airliner of a private jet, right? Wrong. Chartered flights differ significantly from other airliners in three crucial ways.

  1. Rigorous safety standards – Reputable charter companies do not fly unless they have passed an Aviation Research Group audit with a score of gold or better, and they ensure that their aircrafts are maintained with a reputable A&P maintenance provider at all times.
  2. Adherence to a strict schedule – When you fly a chartered jet, you will probably be surprised at how punctual your flight is. Unlike commercial airliners, charter companies go out of their way to ensure that your flight reaches its destination on time.
  3. Privacy – Rude, loud seatmates are a thing of the past. With a chartered flight, you are free to work as much as you want, or you can relax in the peaceful quiet of the plane. Either way one thing is sure: you will not have to listen to college football statistics unless you want to.

Make the Most of Your Flight

Because chartered flights run on your schedule, you can choose when you leave. If you want a later flight out so you can attend one last business meeting the night before, you can book it. Opting for private travel via jet can be one of the best decisions you make for your business. You will be able to work in-flight and land feeling refreshed and ready to face the day. Flying should be something that adds to your trip instead of detracting from it.

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