Going to the airport for a flight is a hassle. First, you have to get up early to head to the airport two hours before your flight. Then you have to drag your luggage in line before you can check it. From there, you have to walk to your gate in the airport (which always seems like miles). Then, you are herded through a line with no shoes while strangers look through your bag. Finally, you sit in a chair and wait, wait, wait until your flight starts boarding. Then guess what? It's back to waiting in line to get on the plane! Once you're on the plane, good luck getting any arm room! The seats are cramped, the storage space is stuffed and there's no place to stretch out. And when you finally get to your destination, you have to file off of the plane and wait for your luggage. At the end of it all, you're too exhausted from the whole experience to even bother being productive.
Why put yourself through the trouble? Renting private business jets or catching charter flights are great alternatives to flying through a major airport. Sure, it might be a little more expensive, but just think about all of the troubles that are eliminated... No waiting in line to check luggage, no cramped airplane, no tiredness from a day full of travel.
With a charter flight or private jet, guests literally hand their bags to a designated attendant and board the plane while it's being packed. Oftentimes, these adventures include champagne and a full meal, depending on the flight length. And if you feel like being productive and bringing out the laptop for a little work, there's enough room on the plane for you to do so. You don't have to worry about the crowd noise or table space.
The best part about renting a private jet, however, is that you won't be exhausted when you get to your final destination. If you need to get off of your flight and go directly to a meeting, you'll be able to stay focused and on-point because your flight was a much easier and relaxing experience. Call Cirrus Aviation to book your private jet flight at (702) 472-9714.Main photo credit: Shine 2010 - 2010 World Cup good news via photopin cc