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October means the leaves are falling and the air is turning crisp. But there’s still plenty of time to plan a trip with the family or a weekend getaway before the last leaf hits the ground and snow settles in.
“Turboprops”, or jet engine-powered propeller planes, are the backbone of the business aviation fleet across the globe.
Although private charter flying has been available for decades, air travel has become much more sophisticated in recent years with the maturation of private jet companies and the industry overall. On one hand, the need for people to avoid endless airport queues and aggravating commercial airline terminal security procedures has paved the way to a simpler way of flying — …
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Empty leg flights can allow you to fly in luxury and comfort much more cost-effectively.
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