There are a number of great advantages
for choosing private jet charter as a means of transportation instead
of traditional commercial flights. Especially for those who are
constantly on the go and have specific scheduling and personal needs,
private jet charter offers many benefits.
When you charter your own private jet,
you are exempt from many of the dreaded hassles associated with the
traditional flying experience. Booking flights at the appropriate
time according to corporate flight schedules is the first of many
that private jet setters do not have to deal with. When you charter
your own private jet, you don't have to worry about flight delays,
long airport security lines, layovers, and cramped muscles from small plane seats.
Jet charter travel undoubtedly offers
a level of flexibility that is unsurpassed. Not only is travel
time minimized compared to a commercial flight, boat charter, or limo,
but there is typically no extra charge for brief stops at locations
along the way to your destination, as long as they are within your
charter contract. This is especially wonderful for passengers
who are flying overseas. In Europe, for example, after a certain
mileage, it is dramatically less expensive to travel to nearby
in the region compared to making individual trips to each place, flying
out from the United States each time.
Commercial air travel is notorious
for it's lack of air circulation on board. The more passengers
on a plane, the more potential there is for germs and bacteria to be
released into the air and passed from person to person. At a high
altitude in a plane, there is no way for air to circulate because of
the lack of available oxygen at these atmospheric conditions; whereas
on the ground, typically the high densities of germs and bacteria
quickly, reducing the likelihood of human contamination and human to
human spreading of illnesses. Often, individuals that have autoimmune
disorders or weak immune systems choose to charter private jets because
of the much more sanitary conditions of a jet with fewer passengers.