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12
May

Why Private Charter Jet Is the Only Way to Travel

Written by admin. Posted in Jet private charter, Private aircraft charter, Private charter jets

Private jet empty leg

While many might say the heyday of air travel has come and gone, it is possible to recapture the glamor, sophistication and comfort of a bygone age. If you are one of the more than 8 million people who take a flight every day, private jet charters can allow you to stretch out in comfort while your pilot — the equivalent of a chauffeur in the air — guides you to your destination.

More than 2,000 air charters exist across the U.S, all of which should hold an Air Carrier or Commercial Operating Certificate. This certificate is issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The Cessna Citation Excel, also called the Citation XLS and XLS+, is the most popular plane model for charters. The turbofan-powered, medium-sized business jet offers first-class cabin comfort and can accommodate up to 9 peo

12
Apr

Why Flying Private is the New Trend in Travel

Written by admin. Posted in Aircraft charter services, Charter plane service, Private jet security

Private jet security

Empty leg charter flights have grown increasingly popular in the past few years. With the ability to fly in and out of more than 5,000 public use airports in the United States, air charter provides convenient access to your destination. All while also being considered a safe mode of transportation. Why are more people choosing empty leg charter flights? For those who can afford it, it’s simple; convenience and comfort.

Nationwide, there are more than 2,100 air charter operators. These charter operators are required to hold an Air Carrier or Commercial Operating Certificate issued by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and Operations Specifications that contain company names, authorizations and limitations. Small and mid-sized companies make up the large majority of business aircraft operators.

07
Apr

Staying at the Beach? Rent a Condo To Save Money

Written by admin. Posted in Beach condos, Myrtle beach condo rentals oceanfront, North myrtle beach condos

Vacation condo rentals

When it comes time to take a vacation, many people want to go to the beach. In fact, in surveys the beach wins out over any other vacation destination, garnering 45% support. Hotels on the beach can be pricey, though. The average daily rate of a hotel room in the U.S. is about $120, but it can easily be twice that for a good beach hotel. If you plan to stay more than a day or two, that can be a lot of money. A better option may be to rent beach condos.

Nearly a quarter of all vacationers have stayed in a vacation rental rather than a hotel, and there are a number of reasons for that. Most people cite value over hotel prices as the main reason, but other top reasons include privacy, having full kitchen facilities and more overall space. These are all advantages that can make beach condo rentals a g