The Aviation industry much like the automobile industry presents a variety of options for its clients of all cadres. Read the rest of this entry »
Within the aviation industry, you will find a wide variety of planes and jets to get you to where you need to be. One of the major issues that a lot of people face is having to do the traveling themselves and book all of their own flights. Read the rest of this entry »
Since the recession in 2008, private jets have not ranked as a priority, even for the super-rich. However, for the first time in years, there has been an uptick, at least in Western Europe, in jet charter bookings.
According to a report by Victor Private Jet Travel, the $14-billion-dollar private charter industry is growing. In Europe, France tops the list of countries with a high demand for private jet travel. France is followed by Germany and the United Kingdom.
According to Clive Jackson, there is a lot of international interest from France. There is also a huge ambition to grow and take home a bigger slice of the global pie, beating the rest of Europe. Mr. Jackson is the CEO of Victor. He goes on to add that the French are willingly justifying aircraft as a business tool that will help them gain a competitive advantage.
By chartering a plane, one is not necessarily guaranteed better service than a first class ticket. The price for the two is on par. The only advantage of a chartered flight over a commercial flight is time saving.
According to Mr. Jackson, his clients try to squeeze out more hours out of their day. Even though this is impossible, a private flight, if done correctly, can give the feeling of a time machine. A plane charter is faster and more flexible than a commercial flight.
For private charters, the clients can board their flight an hour after booking, without enduring the complexities of airport security. The clients can also board or alight at smaller, private airports that are near to their destinations. During the flight, the clients also have the option of turning the plane cabin into a miniature office.
Deer Jet, a Beijing based private jet carter company has won the prestigious ‘World’s Leading Private Jet Charter 2015’ award at the World Travel Awards (WTA) ceremony held in Morocco, on December 12, 2015. Read the rest of this entry »
Honda, the corporation most well-known for its development and building of extraordinary lines of automobiles, home-improvement implements, and motorcycles, has ventured into the new and different territory of manufacturing private jets. Read the rest of this entry »
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When it comes to the aviation industry, many people know just how expensive it can be to charter a private jet. Taking a private jet can be a wonderful experience, but it is often just too expensive for the average person. Read the rest of this entry »
Phillippe Saint-Andre has recently entered the aviation industry in a hope to bring private flights to common citizens. Mr. Saint-Andre is a French rugby coach that took France into the quarter-finals. Phillippe Saint-Andre alongside his former player Christophe Ducluzeau helped found Le Jet. Le Jet is supposed to be as low as a one-way flight from London to Paris for 363 Euros. Read the rest of this entry »
Whether you are a fan of flying or not, the thought of a flight aboard a luxury jet means you might forget you’ve even left the ground. Read the rest of this entry »
Residents of the ultra luxury apartments 111 Murray Street in Tribeca include access to a jet fleet on a whim. The brain child of Fisher Brothers, Witkoff, and New Valley offer its 111 Murray residents 10-20 percent discounts on Blue Star Jet’s 25 Hour Sky Card Program. Blue Star Jet’s fleet includes helicopters and jets of all sizes. Perhaps most notable are the Airbus’ Eurocopter and A380. Read the rest of this entry »