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Why Private Charter Jet Is the Only Way to Travel

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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


Charter Jets Gaining Ground as a Convenient Option for Frequent Business Travelers

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On an average day at any time of year, there are more than 8 million taking trips by plane all around the world. About one in every five passengers requests a window seat, and most travelers want just a little bit more leg room. There are about three times as many trips taken for work every year as vacation flights, and some frequent business fliers are looking to save time.

Charter jet companies may operate fewer yearly flights than commercial airlines, but are able — due to their smaller size — to fly into smaller airports that remain inaccessible to major airlines. With over 5,000 airports around the country accepting landings from charter jets, companies that do business in smaller