Chartering a Jet to the NCAA Final Four

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If you’re thinking about getting tickets to this year’s NCAA final four, don’t hold your breath. The application process for Final Four tickets begins in Mid-March of the year before and tickets usually sell out by Mid-May. However, if you are one of the lucky few that snagged some tickets, or you would like to…

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The Niobrara Oil Reserve

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The Niobrara oil reserve is rapidly becoming one of the fastest growing resources for oil in the United States. Stretching from Canada to New Mexico, the best areas for drilling have proven to be in Denver and southeastern Wyoming. Exploration is booming as drillers dig anywhere from 3,000 to 7,000 feet beneath the earths surface…

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Your Favorite Restaurant In The Sky.

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It is a known fact that passengers who fly commercial often don’t do it for the gourmet meals. On the shorter flights you may be lucky enough to get a few cups of instant coffee and a bag of peanuts. The longer flights will provide you with a modest microwaved meal. Although you’re eating it…

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Part 2: What Private Jets Are Celebrities Using.

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Private jets are especially common among celebrities, CEO’s, and the movers and shakers in corporate America. Below are 5 more celebrities and the jets they have chosen to make their home in the sky. Click here to see celebrities 1-5. 6. Larry Ellison Co founder and CEO of the Oracle Corporation, Larry Ellison flies consistently…

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Part 1: What Private Jets Are Celebrities Using.

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Private jets are especially common among celebrities, CEO’s, and the movers and shakers in corporate America. Below are 5 celebrities and the jets they have chosen to make their home in the sky. 1. Tom Cruise: “Top Gun” star Tom Cruise takes to the air in a GIV. Although he is not in the pilot…

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Chartering A Plane To The Grand Canyon.

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Often renowned as the most breathtaking sight that The USA has to offer, The Grand Canyon is as historic as it is magnificent. Millions from all over the world flock to the Grand Canyon every year to take in its beauty. Spanning approximately 277 river miles, it is 18 miles across at its widest and…

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Tennis Anyone?

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Although Tennis in the United States tends to take a backseat to Football and Baseball, it is one of the most popular sports worldwide. There are four major Tournaments held throughout the year known as “Grandslams”. Any tennis fanatics dream is to attend these prestigious tournaments. If you’re planning on making an appearance at one…

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Taking A Private Jet To Australia.

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Australia is one of the most interesting places in the world. It is the only Country that is also its own Continent, and is rich in history and culture. Unfortunately, it is not exactly around the corner for most of Western Civilization. Many are discouraged to travel down under because of how long it takes…

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The main reason why people are reluctant to explore the option of chartering their own plane is the belief that it is not cost effective. However, would it shock you to know that there are some instances in which chartering your own plane can actually save you money? 1. Group Trips: If you plan on…

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Chartering a Jet to the Super Bowl.

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One of the most spectacular sporting events The United States has to offer is the Super Bowl. Super Bowl Sunday is the second biggest food consumption day of the year after Thanksgiving. TV and beer sales surrounding The Super Bowl also go through the roof, and the Monday after Super Bowl is the biggest “sick”…

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The Ultimate VIP Experience.

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There are many different ways to travel, but there is only one true “Ultimate VIP Experience”. If you are looking to impress your clients or reward your top salespeople, our Commercial 737 offers 68 first class seats, gourmet catering, and is the definition of luxury travel. The 737 is ideal for incentive trips, touring bands,…

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How To Plan Your Trip Around The Weather.

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Everyone can agree that the weather is unpredictable. There are professionals who work day in and day out trying to predict the weather and even they will be wrong from time to time. It’s hard enough to predict the weather in your surrounding area, but how do you coordinate your flight with weather changes around…

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Chartering a Helicopter around New York.

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The big apple is one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. Many have seen all the sights the great city has to offer, but how many have seen the breathtaking view from above? This once in a lifetime opportunity gives passengers a new perspective of the city, and a truly memorable experience….

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What is a fixed based operator?

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A fixed based operator, or FBO is a business which is given the authority by the airport to perform the following aeronautical services: -Fueling -Hangaring -Tie-down and parking -Aircraft rental -Aircraft maintenance -Flight instruction Most large commercial airline companies have full time staff whose job is to provide these services. However individuals or businesses that…

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Traveling to Washington D.C. after 9/11

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After the attacks on 9/11, overall faith and trust in flying was at an all time low. Nowhere was it felt more than among private charters headed towards D.C.’s Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport (DCA). Only a few miles from the United States Capitol and just a mile from the Pentagon, DCA acts as an…

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International Travel Checklist

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Traveling internationally can be a challenging process. It’s important for even the most experienced travelers to cover all bases. Below is a checklist of important things to remember as you plan your trip. 1. Contacts: In the event that a last minute change needs to be made to the itinerary, its important to keep a…

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Four Top Charter Destinations

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Las Vegas You know what they say about Vegas, it’s always better to charter a private jet to get there. Enjoy all the breathtaking hotels, casinos, and restaurants Vegas has to offer without the hassle of a long commute and security checkpoints. Whether you’re planning a getaway with that special someone, bachelor party, birthday, or…

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