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Avoiding McCarran International Airport – with Las Vegas Private Jets

Posted by Cirrus Aviation on Mar 27, 2017 8:00:00 AM

No, your eyes aren't deceiving you. As your plane descends into the greater Las Vegas area, it's no wonder McCarran International Airport looks like a quiet little hamlet.

But look again. This view lies in comparison to the glittering lights of soaring hotels, casinos and all the frenetic activity that bustles inside. In reality, that “little hamlet” served 47.4 million passengers last year – and the airport is bracing for even more growthby renovating seven existing gates.

It's not like you need a reminder about why you prefer to fly by a Las Vegas private jet. But it's news like this that does indeed remind you of all the advantages private travel affords – and avoids at the same time.

A New Supersonic Jet That could Fly from NYC to London in 3 Hours

Posted by Cirrus Aviation on Mar 24, 2017 8:00:00 AM

The passengers weren’t on board the Concorde for long, but savored their time being treated like royalty, enjoying Dom Perignon champagne, lobster with caviar canapés, steak filets, palm heart salad with Roquefort dressing and fresh strawberries with double cream.

Arrive at the Masters in Style with a Las Vegas Private Jet

Posted by Cirrus Aviation on Mar 22, 2017 8:00:00 AM

It’s a fierce debate among golf fans about which tournament is the most prestigious…

  • The U.S. Open, played at various courses in the United States
  • The PGA Championship, also played at various locations in the states
  • The Open Championship, played in the United Kingdom
  • The Masters Tournament, played at Augusta National Golf Club in Georgia

If you land firmly on the green in Augusta, you'll find plenty of company, probably because of the tournament's storied history and the undeniable glory of the celebratory green jacket donned by the winner.

Can Donald Trump Use His Private Plane as Air Force One?

Posted by Cirrus Aviation on Mar 20, 2017 2:00:00 PM

Time will tell if he ends up spending more time at the White House or Trump Tower, but Donald Trump may as well put a tarp over his Boeing 757 and park it in a hangar as long as he's president of the United States.

No matter what he may have said in a speech or Tweeted during the campaign, Trump can no longer fly on his private jet, which was dubbed “Trump Force One” even before the November 8 election. Like all U.S. presidents since Dwight Eisenhower, Trump must fly aboard Air Force One – for his own protection and to empower him with the technological capabilities he needs as commander in chief.

Call it one of the many “sacrifices” he will have to make as he adjusts to his role as the 45th president of the United States.

Air Force One teems with technology

Cirrus Prepares to Debut Super Light 45XR

Posted by Cirrus Aviation on Mar 17, 2017 4:04:00 PM

There is no reason to be shy about it. Even seasoned pilots can't help but pause and admire the sleek and graceful form of a Cirrus Aviation jet.

Celebrate March Madness in Las Vegas

Posted by Cirrus Aviation on Mar 15, 2017 8:00:00 AM

Spring is a busy season for Las Vegas, thanks in part to the action surrounding March Madness. With nearly three weeks of college basketball games, the NCAA tournament attracts more betting action than the Super Bowl. So place your bet and find a place on the Strip to watch some B-Ball.

Celebrate St. Patrick's Day in Las Vegas

Posted by Cirrus Aviation on Mar 14, 2017 2:08:58 PM

Las Vegas can compete with Chicago, New York, Savannah and yes, perhaps even Dublin as one of the best places in the world to celebrate St. Patrick's Day. You just need to know where to look - and pick the right spot to have some fun. Check out a few of these ideas.

Fly a Las Vegas Jet Charter and Avoid the Most Annoying Commercial Airline Passengers

Posted by Cirrus Aviation on Mar 13, 2017 9:29:16 AM

So there you are, nursing a beverage in the lounge while patiently listening to fellow travelers rattle off what they like best about flying aboard a Las Vegas jet charter.

Among them, freedom from:

Fly to these 2017 Music Festivals by Las Vegas Jet Charter

Posted by Cirrus Aviation on Mar 10, 2017 2:02:00 PM

You can watch some of the biggest music festivals of the year on YouTube with some out-of-focus video taken on somebody’s cellphone, but wouldn’t you rather be there in real time, experiencing the thrill of music outdoors that no video can duplicate? Take a Las Vegas jet charter directly to three of the most widely anticipated music festivals of 2017 – and maybe even capture the memories on video yourself.

Board a Las Vegas Private Jet for St. Patrick’s Day

Posted by Cirrus Aviation on Mar 8, 2017 12:42:56 PM

What Americans don’t know about St. Patrick just might fill a book. The holy day marking his death was a strictly religious holiday in Ireland until 1970, when a drinking ban was overturned and the taps in pubs throughout the land flowed freely once again.