Air Partner - 28 Nov 2017
With the holiday season in full swing, leading private aviation company suggests trading commercial flights for the luxury of secluded travel
According to ABC News, more than 25 million Americans suffer from stress of public flying. Travelers seeking a convenient way to avoid delays, security lines and crowded commercial airports now have a flexible and stress-free resolution right at their fingertips. Air Partner – a global leader in private aviation – today shared “Five Ways Flying Private Reduces Stress,” perfect for travelers looking to enjoy planning their holiday escape with less worries about the difficulties they’ll face getting to their final destination.
“One of Air Partner’s primary goals is to ensure a relaxing, stress-free experience for our clients,” said David McCown, president of Air Partner U.S. “We take pride in providing our clients with the convenience, comfort and flexibility of travel the way it should be.”
Flexibility is a major justification for utilizing private aviation, as for many, private flights offer a viable, stress-free alternative to commercial travel. Private aviation now provides consumers with the power to create a travel itinerary that fits their unique schedule without the expense and long-term commitment of aircraft ownership. Flyers are also granted the ability to travel with their pets, family and friends in one private cabin, offering the comfort and convenience of having everyone onboard together. Air Partner’s JetCard, for example, guarantees availability with as little as twelve hours’ notice, and was recently rated the #1 most flexible membership program for the fourth consecutive year by Conklin & de Decker.
Time is money! Private aviation affords those traveling for business as well as leisure, the gift of time during the holiday season, eliminating the need to wait in security lines and providing ample opportunity to relax. Without the hassle of TSA screenings and long check-in queues, private flyers can arrive to an airport minutes, not hours, in advance of their departure. Private flyers can also avoid the hassle of larger commercial airports with access to private terminals in airports closest to their final destination.
Quality of Service
Flying privately comes with personal service, as well as convenience. Rather than being a part of the stressed-out seasonal commercial flight crowd, private flyers receive unparalleled attention to their individual needs and desires. Continuing to raise the level of expectation with the use of innovative solutions within the industry, Air Partner provides access to a dedicated account manager who ensures every detail of booking is taken care of, a 24/7 customized operations team who see flights off and upon arrival, arranges transportation and catering, and much more.
Private aviation is about elevating and exceeding expectations. Once onboard, travelers can enjoy a preferred in-flight experience. With a much more extensive choice of food, drink and entertainment onboard private aircrafts, flyers can order exactly what they want, when they want it. The refreshing, quiet onboard environment allows for busy business travelers to be productive, while families can be ensured that their journey will result in less chaos with more enjoyable time spent together.
Peace of Mind
Disruption and lack of reliability can be one of the biggest worries for commercial flyers. When traveling privately, the risk of flight delays and cancellations are reduced, while client safety and security are still the number one priority. Qualifications for private aviation pilots are more often greater than those for commercial airline pilots, including minimums for training and experience. Since acquiring companies like Baines Simmons, a world leader in Aviation Safety Consultancy, Air Partner has further strengthened its commitment to putting safety first. Another common worry for those traveling for business is the lack of privacy. Flying privately ensures that business travelers can conduct meetings in the privacy of their own cabin without the concern of being overheard when making important negotiations or deals.
“We felt it important to share our recommendations and knowledge with the general public, so they can make better, more informed decisions the next time they book a leisure or business trip,” said David McCown, president of Air Partner U.S.