Chartering A Flight For Your Business
Are you in the market for a chartered flight? Perhaps your company is growing at a rapid rate and you need to look into private aircraft rental or ownership to keep you going, or maybe you are a CEO looking to book a chartered flight for your newest team of executive leaders to attend a conference together. No matter what your reasoning might be, you are in luck because there are a growing number of private airlines using a network of over 5,000 airports in the United States alone. In other words, you can get yourself or your team where you are going with no issues. Below are a few things to keep in mind when looking into private charter quotes:
1. Time and Money Saving Options – One of the most beneficial perks of chartering a flight for your business is the amount of time you will save yourself and your employees. Because private jets fly higher than the standard commercial cruising altitude of 35,000 feet, they don’t have to deal with other air traffic which makes their trips faster. So not only will you and your employees avoid the stress and congestion of larger airport chaos, you will make it to your destination quicker than other travelers.
2. Contractual Services – When you are requesting quotes on chartered flights remember to ask what sort of contracted flight services the company offers. If you know that you or your colleagues will continue to need chartered flights throughout the rest of the year or particular term of a client’s deal then it may be in your best interest financially to make sure you always have a plane ready when you need it.
3. Increasing Productivity – Another reason to look into using a private jet for business travel is so that you and your employees who use the service can be more productive. Studies actually show that employees are over 20 percent more productive when they are working on a company chartered flight rather than being in the office. This is partially because there are less distractions on the plane than in the office, but it also has to do with the level of comfort that employees feel by being chauffeured on a private plane.
The next time you need a private jet, whether it be to visit an important client or take your executive team to a leadership training, consider the time and money you could save by chartering a flight. Remember to ask about other types of contractual services that the company offers that you might benefit from and always take into consideration how much more productive you and your employees will be on the plane.