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Flying by private jet is easy, convenient and luxurious. However, it still helps to plan ahead and prepare carefully. Here are a few things to keep in mind before taking flight with Cirrus Aviation Services.
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The Trump Administration has been talking for years about providing tax breaks to owners of private jets and now, they’re here. They couldn’t come at a better time as the market for private jets Las Vegas starts really heating up. While once it was thought that only the very wealthy used private jets to get to their destinations, now it’s an opportunity younger clients are starting to seize as a ride-sharing option. The new tax law for private jets means the market for private jets is about to explode even further.
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This past weekend, Celine Dion played the final show of her residency at Caesars Palace. It marked the end of more than 1,100 shows before roughly 4.5 million fans since 2003. Celine has become such a prominent part of Las Vegas, it's hard to imagine the entertainment scene without her. Rumors persist the star will resurface with a new show at the Park Theater, but until any announcement is made, here are some other intriguing big name residencies to check out when visiting Las Vegas.
Empty leg flights, also known as deadhead flights and one-way charters, work similarly to the way flying standby on public airlines once did. However, empty leg flights apply only to deals offered for private jets in Las Vegas, around the United States, and even international flights. Empty leg flights provide just as much luxury as any other private jet flight. They simply let you arrive in style for a fraction of the cost.
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Imagine you're grabbing a drink with a group of friends. Then somebody says, "let's go to Vegas" — or Miami — or Cabo — or whatever happens to sound good at the moment.
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Las Vegas is known for its nightclubs, but the biggest dance music event of the year is the Electric Daisy Carnival. The annual festival packs more than 140,000 people into the Las Vegas Motor Speedway for each of three consecutive nights. Here are five steps to fully enjoy the spectacle on a luxury level.