Chartering A Flight For The 2015 Holiday Season

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The holidays are right around the corner, and whether you plan on visiting family or you’re going on a holiday vacation, there is no better time than now to begin planning your holiday travels.

Chartering a flight can benefit any traveler, but you’ll want to consider it even more so if you were planning on flying to any of the following cities, which tend to have some of the busiest commercial airports during the holidays:

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Los Angeles, CA

Many people want to escape the harsh winter conditions by visiting sunny and warm southern California. Additionally, many people connect in Los Angeles for international destinations. While traveling to LA can be a great way to celebrate the holidays, dealing with the commercial airport crowds can be a huge hassle.

Commercial airport you’ll want to avoid: LAX

Charter a private flight to: Van Nuys Airport (VNY)

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New York, NY

From family vacations to visiting relatives, it’s no surprise that one of the busiest cities in the country is particularly bustling during the holidays. New York is also another city in the United States that’s popular for international flight connections, so it’s that more hectic.

Commercial airports you’ll want to avoid: JFK, LGA, and EWR

Charter a private flight to: Teterboro Airport (TEB)

Orlando night scene

Orlando, FL

Orlando is a popular holiday winter destination, especially for families who want to visit the nearby theme parks. Because of this, this often means packed commercial flights (and many crying babies).

Commercial airport you’ll want to avoid: MCO

Charter a private flight to: Orlando Executive Airport (ORL)

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Denver, CO

While some people want to escape the winter weather, others flock to it. Whether you love skiing, snowboarding, or just want to surround yourself with stunning winter beauty for the holidays, the state of Colorado is a great choice. But because so many people travel to this part of the country during the holidays, Denver’s commercial airport is often quite busy.

Commercial airport you’ll want to avoid: DEN

Charter a private flight to: Centennial Airport (APA)

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Charter a flight this holiday season

The holidays are some of the busiest times of the year for travel, and one of the easiest ways to simplify your holiday plans is by chartering a private jet. Driving can be a hassle, even if you’re talking short distances, because traffic can be a nightmare. Trains can also take a very long time, and can easily be affected by winter weather. Many people fly commercially, but this often means long lines and crowds. If there are flight delays and cancellations due to inclement weather (which is inevitable at some point during the winter) then you will need to be put on a standby list for the next available flight. If you’re stranded along with hundreds of other passengers traveling to the same destination, then you’ll have to compete with those people to get a spot on the next flight; future flights can also be very limited when there have been nationwide cancellations and delays. Don’t let your holiday plans get ruined and avoid a potential travel disaster by chartering your own plane.