It is no secret that chartering a private jet is a luxury that very few can afford. It’s an indulgence that comes with a price tag that can make even the most seasoned flyers wince at times. With that being said, it is arguably the most comfortable and efficient form of transport a human being can experience. Although there are a number of obstacles that stand in the way of making the sector more widespread, the most obvious barrier is the financial one.
Friends who fly privately often have difficulty explaining why they do so, or the best way to expense it. I’ve flown privately; a brief flight that gave me a taste of what it must be like to constantly skip the lines, waltz around magnetometers, and forgo always packed airport lounges and their usual lack of quality food.
This article is for you if you have ever considered the idea of getting a jet card, but which one? And the idea of rounding up a group of friends to head somewhere is tantalizing, but may mean serious negotiation with others on where to go, stay, and splitting expenses with friends with 4 kids and a dog smacks of financial inequality if you are just a couple. I’ve also included another article from Victor at the bottom of the page regarding beating jet lag.
- Consistent cabin experience
- Fixed pricing
- Personal service
- Environmental impact
Another article by Victor Aviation how to beat jet-lag the expert way helps you conquer time zones the way the pro’s do it, regardless of where your seat happens to be on the airplane.