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The personal and business benefits of private air travel are becoming more and more accessible to travelers. And new private aviation trends like apps for booking and increased demand from a new generation of flyers are leading to lower-price options. Mountain AviationUSA *protected email*
4 billion airplane passengers took to the skies in 2018. By 2036, this number is expected to almost double.
Wimbledon is the oldest tennis tournament in the world, celebrating its 145th year in 2019. You read that right — 145 years of intense and inspiring tennis matches. It started in the 1870’s with an audience of 200 and since then has grown to 473,169 attendees. From John McEnroe’s rise to victory to Serena and Venus Williams’ historical wins, Wimbledon …
Private charter jets are about more than just business and luxury travelers. Private jets are ideal for landing in remote locations that commercial airlines can’t, providing opportunities for doctors, philanthropists, and more to further their cause.
For pet lovers, one of the best benefits of flying private is the ability to bring your canine companion along every time you fly.
Whether you’re new to flying private or a veteran in planning your own chartered flights, you’ll be happy to know that booking a private jet is easier than ever before. Mobile apps have sparked a revolution in the private aviation industry, and there are more than a handful of apps vying for the title of “Uber for Private Jets”. These …
Private jets are more than just a way for business executives to get from one meeting to the next. They’re a gateway to opportunities for education, philanthropy, and a much-deserved getaway.
If you’re a regular private flight passenger, then you’ve probably heard about jet card programs.
One of the best reasons to fly private is accessibility. Smaller private charter jets can land at small, remote landing strips, while commercial airlines are restricted to major airports.
We’ve all been there: You take a long flight home on a crowded plane—perhaps an international flight—and a day or two later you aren’t feeling so well. Soon you’re spending your weekend under the covers with a full-on case of the flu.