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  • How Commercial Airline Service Has Changed Lately, commercial airline service has been providing us with a stream of entertaining, alarming and sometimes outright scary passenger experiences. For those of us in the “more mature” demographic, we might harken back to kinder, gentler times, when air travel was glamorous and special. To generation X, Y, Z, or whatever you are calling yourselves these ...
  • Business Jet Charter: The Swiss Army Knife of Business Travel Business Toy or Business Tool? Air charter began to be seen in a negative light during the financial crisis, especially when CEOs of imploding corporations were arriving in their Gulfstreams to testify before congress. That type of PR is great for the headlines and nightly news, but how accurate is the premise that business travel utilizing private ...
  • How to Navigate the Private Aviation Market Choices, choices, choices. We live in an age where with just a few clicks, you can find dozens of options for whatever it is you are looking for. This includes private aviation. There are more options for private air transportation than ever; on-demand air charter, fractional ownership, outright ownership, card programs and yes, the occasional Ponzi ...
  • 5 Benefits of Private Jet Travel Have you ever considered private jet travel? Before you write it off, think about the following. What time do you have to get up to make your commercial flight? We have all done this backward countdown when we are flying commercial to a destination.  Mine often goes something like: “Let’s see, if the flight is at 8:00 AM, ...
  • The Value of Air Charter: The False Economy of Perceived Savings Every company has to keep an eye on costs. We can appreciate that. There is, however, a fine line between a smart financial decision and the false economy of perceived savings. We often have a hard time appreciating savings that are further down the road and arguably may never materialize. We also sometimes view what ...