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How Many Times a Year Do You Fly for Work?

It is not often when your reality meets your wildest dreams, but the day that you were able to charter a private jet for your boss at work came close. As the key person for the planning for this event, you not only make the executive jet charter reservations, you also accompanied the management team on the trip. Unlike most of the time on this trip, during the hours that you were on board, the Gulfstream charter staff were in charge. During the travel time, in fact, you experienced the service that you often provide your boss and his team. The pilots greeted you as you boarded and unloaded; the stewards serviced drinks and food; the luggage was cared for by the airport staff.
When you arrived at the event you were once again in charge of the meal planning, the ground transportation, and all of the details of checking in and out of the hotel and the conference. On this private jet flight, however, you are sitting back and enjoying this flight.

The Decision to Charter a Private Jet Allows You to Travel in Comfort

Once you have had the opportunity to travel with the luxury of a private jet it can be difficult to go back to flying commercially. The long lines at check in, the even longer lines at security, and the long waits at the gate at large commercial airport not only keeps you from getting any work done during those times, they also keep you from being comfortable. The seats at the gates of commercial airports are often noisy and crowded and the seats on the place itself are as uncomfortable as nearly any place you have ever sat.

In contrast, a private charter flight is an opportunity to relax or work as you see fit. Nearly 33% of all business aircraft flights are into a secondary airport, and 19% of these same kinds of flights are into large commercial airports. When you travel on a smaller charter jet, however, the possibilities of where you will arrive and depart are far more flexible.

For all of these reasons and more, private jets are growing increasingly popular. As evidence, there were 11,261 private jets registered in the U.S. as of 2011.

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