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How Private Aviation Supports Lifelong Learning

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The private aviation industry is always evolving and always finding new ways to help people — whether it be making businesses more successful, helping animals in natural disasters or taking people on the vacations of their dreams. Private charter jets are exceptionally good at that last one, as they can fly to remote destinations that commercial airlines can’t, delivering travelers …

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Uber for Private Jets – No, Really

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Private jets are the way to go if you’re serious about your business. It can help make your employees more efficient, while also helping you retain top talent. Not to mention the way it’s sure to dazzle that client you’re hoping to finalize a deal with. Having a private jet at your disposal can give your company an edge against …

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Who Can Ride in My Company’s Private Jet?

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When acquiring a private jet for your business, you’ve got to consider everything from staffing and maintenance to cost analysis, tax implications and how to create a company policy regarding its use. It’s important to understand the tax and liability implications of how you use your jet, as well as who is on board. It’s also necessary to discern what …

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What You Need to Know About Non-Business Use of Your Company’s Jet

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Successful businesses rely on private jets every day to get their work done efficiently, comfortably and privately. Given the time savings, convenience, and the benefits for both your employees and clients, a private charter jet can be a wise investment for the long-term health of your business. But before chartering or purchasing a private jet for your business, there are …

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Give Your High School Grad the Gift of Travel

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“Since life is short and the world is wide, the sooner you start exploring, the better.” – Simon Raven 

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How Private Jets Saved Animals After Hurricane Harvey and Maria

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When you think of private jets, do you imagine a business trip? Taking a vacation overseas? Flying in a new client While private flights are useful for all of the above, they have even more uses than you might think. In fact, on more than one occasion, private jets have been used in rescue missions for both humans and animals. …

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MA 003 March 2018 Global Events Round Up

Magic, Modern Art and a Frozen Dead Guy: Your Global March Events Roundup

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Ah, March…the official birth of spring. Chances are, winter has given you a bit of cabin fever and you’ve been bitten by the travel bug. You’re not alone: millions of people travel during the spring, making March 10-11 through April 21-22 one of the busiest times of the year to fly. Don’t let the crowds put a damper your spring …

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What to See and Where to Be: Mardi Gras 2018

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If you’ve never experienced Mardi Gras, make this your year to cross the iconic celebration off your bucket list. Read on for your guide about where to be and what to see at Mardi Gras 2018.

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5 Tips for Planning Your Perfect Winter Getaway

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Whether you’re headed up to the snowy ski slopes of Colorado or going south to the Bahamas to bask in warmth and sunshine, winter is a popular time for a luxurious getaway.

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MA 020 September Events Round Up

3 Can’t-Miss September Events: Film, Fashion and Fermentation

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With summer coming to a close and school schedules just around the corner, cooler nights might have you longing for those not-so-distant memories of long summer days.

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