Holiday Travel Tips

Holiday Travel Tips
Photo Credits: Cessna – Citation V

November 2016   December 2016

January 2017When planning your holiday travel for the months of November,
December and January, here are a few crucial dates to keep in mind:

The most popular holiday travel dates (indicated on the calendar above) are expected to be:

November 22nd, 23rd, 26th, 27th and 28th
December 17th, 18th, 19th, 26th, 27th and 28th
January 1st and 2nd

  • Due to the increased demand for private flights, the system can be strained. Aircraft, FBOs, pilots, flight crews, caterers, and ground transportation all are affected and planning ahead
    becomes essential. Because of the increased demand for private jets around the holidays, prices can jump. Booking earlier ensures you get the jet you want at the best price.
  • Weather can also play a critical role in how many flights are
    available during this time of year.
  • The majority of people chartering private jets are flying in the same direction during the holiday season. Generally, we see an
    increase in traffic heading north to south, but some the most
    popular destinations are Florida, Colorado, the Caribbean and New York.

So what does this mean for you? If you are planning to travel in the next few months, we highly recommend that you book your flights promptly to ensure the best options, pricing and aircraft are
available for your trip.

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7 thoughts on “Holiday Travel Tips”

  1. Very informative blog. Luxurious private jets travel make your holiday more amazing. Great experienced of exclusive charter service, on board facility. Plan for low budget the Empty leg could save you money, even more, compare to passenger flight.

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