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Summer Travel Plans?

Q. Where are you traveling this summer?
                              
A.  Wherever you want!

Summer is the perfect time to get away to your favorite vacation destination! Whether you desire to spend your free time in the Hamptons, on Nantucket, or prefer a
tropical island vacation, we have the jet to get you there and a hassle-free quoting and booking process.

Let us take you, your family, friends and pets directly to your destination so you can enjoy more days at your

destination and less time traveling. We offer the best
aircraft values through our trusted partnerships and invite you to experience the FlyPrivate difference.

 

Below are our customers’ top summer travel destinations.

At FlyPrivate you have instant access to all types of
aircraft including:

 

  1. King Air 90
  2. Eclipse
  3. Hawker 400XP
  4. Lear 45
  5. Citation XLS
  6. Lear 60
  7. Falcon 50
  8. Citation X
  9. Challenger 604
  10. Gulfstream IV

Have a trip coming up? Give us the details and contact us today for your best options and pricing.  

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Phone: 1-800-641-JETS (5387)

 

All flights arranged by Private Business Jets, LLC DBA FlyPrivate are operated by Part 135 Certified Air Carriers. FlyPrivate will act as your agent for the purpose of obtaining charter service.

Flying Private to The Masters© 2017

Photo courtesy of The Masters© Golf Tournament

The Masters© Golf Tournament is right around the corner and the Augusta National Golf Club is not the only place in the Augusta area busy preparing for the festivities to be held April 3-9, 2017. If you’re planning to use private aviation to get you to and from the
action on the fairway, it is imperative that you plan ahead. With
thousands of private aircraft expected to be traveling through two of the most popular local FBOs, Augusta Regional Airport (AGS) and Aiken Aviation Enterprises (AIK), flights book quickly and arrival slots and parking is limited.

We had the chance to interview Kenneth Hinkle, Director of Aviation Services at AGS and Tessa Ready, Customer Service Supervisor at AIK, to ask them what passengers should expect when flying into the area during The Masters© week. They also gave us an inside look at what it takes to prepare for such a large international event and how they will accommodate all of the additional travelers.
Enjoy!

FlyPrivate®: “What are you doing to prepare for the influx of
traffic expected during The Masters© tournament?”

AGS Director of Aviation Services, Kenneth Hinkle: “We start the
planning process as early as August. We review items from the previous year’s event and continually make tweaks to the operations to ensure that the proper staffing levels and supplies are sufficient. We have
implemented an aircraft parking reservation system which will help
maximize ramp space utilization.”

AIK Customer Service Supervisor, Tessa Ready: “To prepare for the influx of traffic during The Masters tournament Aiken Aviation takes many steps to ensure a convenient and pleasurable experience for each
individual. Aiken Aviation brings in additional fuel trucks for speedy
fueling, additional transportation to transport passengers and pilots to and from their aircraft if needed, and the line and customer service hours are extended to accommodate those arriving or departing outside of our normal operating hours.”

FlyPrivate®: “Do you plan to ramp up staff for the event? If so,
approximately by how much?”

AGS: “Yes, we bring in additional fuelers and customer service support. We normally operate with 15 employees but that number increases to 65 during Master’s week.”

AIK: “Aiken Aviation is doubling its staff for the event in order to swiftly and professionally accommodates each aircraft.”

Photo courtesy of The Masters© Golf Tournament

FlyPrivate®: “On average, how many flights in and out of AGS and AIK do you expect during these dates?”

AGS: “Last year Augusta Regional Airport had about 2000 operations during the week and were expecting a slight improvement for this year.”

AIK: “Last year Aiken Aviation had a little over 400 arrivals during the week of The Masters. This year we are looking forward to another great week of flights.”

FlyPrivate®: “Which dates are the most popular for flights?
(i.e. What are the busiest days?)”

AGS: “Thursday is probably the busiest day because it’s the first official day for tournament play followed by the last day, Sunday evening. It’s hustle and bustle to ensure that every flight is ready for departure. It’s an amazing site to see airplanes departing one right after another.”

AIK: “The latter part of the week is the most popular for flights, when the practice rounds are over and the rounds take place on that Thursday,
Friday, Saturday and Sunday.”

FlyPrivate®: “Do you have any preferred vendors you would
recommend?”

AGS: “I couldn’t pick just one, because they all do a nice job, but what I can say is that the southern hospitality will definitely be in full effect!”

FlyPrivate®: (Check out the Masters Housing Bureau for properties to rent during your visit to The Masters©.)

AIK: “Aiken Aviation recommends Enterprise Rent-A-Car service as they will be on site that week for all your needs. There are many wonderful hotels in the area such as the Town Place Suites and the Hilton Garden Inn, just to name a few.  Downtown Aiken offers beautiful scenery with an array of unique and delicious eateries from coffee shops, diners and delis to three course gourmet restaurants.”

Photo courtesy of The Masters© Golf Tournament

FlyPrivate®: “Is there anything else you would like our readers to know about AGS and AIK that may be helpful when planning their trip?”

AGS: “Plan carefully and super early with respect to lodging, and
transportation. Most importantly enjoy your golf experience, most people never get the opportunity.”

AIK: “It is a pleasant surprise at how easy and convenient it is to fly in and out of Aiken, plus we are an easy, non-congested drive (about 27 minutes) on Interstate 20 to get to the Augusta National Golf Course. Our prompt and personalized attention along with our Southern hospitality is always a delight. We are well-known for our superior customer service and we will strive to make all trips to Aiken, SC a memorable one.”

FlyPrivate to Super Bowl LI!

Super Bowl LI

Are you heading to Super Bowl 51? Let FlyPrivate arrange all of your private aviation to the NRG Stadium in Houston, TX where the best two teams in the NFL will compete for the coveted Super Bowl Championship.

If you’re planning to attend Super Bowl LI, please keep these tips in mind when booking your private jet charter:
  • Book early. Availability of private jets flying to the
    biggest sporting event of the year is limited and jets will book rapidly.
  • Do your homework up front. Many first-time fliers will be waiting on tickets and accommodations.
    Knowing costs and availability ahead of time will save you the hassle later and allow you to book swiftly when you are ready.
  • Avoid game-day travel. If you can avoid flying in and out of Houston area airports on Super Bowl Sunday, February 5, 2017, traveling will be a lot less challenging. The host airport is generally closed to private jets on Super Bowl Sunday due to lack of ramp space. Additional aircraft restrictions are often in effect even after the game. Alternate airports also fill up quickly and a reservation system for private jets flying in and out of nearby airports will likely be in effect. Keep in mind that your final destination could be hours away from the stadium, but we will help you to plan accordingly.
  • Plan on the weather.This goes without saying in
    February, but weather can cause unexpected delays. Avoiding game-day travel will help ensure that you don’t miss a minute of the Super Bowl action.

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Learn how Houston area FBO – Million Air is preparing for private jet traffic to and from the Super Bowl: Aviation Pros: Lots of Private Planes to Swoop in for Super Bowl

If you’re planning to see the league’s top teams battle it out, consider FlyPrivate to get you there and back with our unique and flexible “pay as you fly” business model. There are no deposits required to join. Find the best aircraft values through our valued partnerships, all with the top-notch service you deserve.

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Email: fly@flyprivate.com
Phone: 1-800-641-JETS (5387)

All flights arranged by Private Business Jets, LLC DBA FlyPrivate are operated by Part 135 Certified Air Carriers. FlyPrivate will act as your agent for the purpose of obtaining charter service.

 

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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Website: www.flyprivate.com
Email: fly@flyprivate.com
Phone: 1-800-641-JETS (5387)

All flights arranged by Private Business Jets, LLC DBA FlyPrivate are operated by Part 135 Certified Air Carriers. FlyPrivate will act as your agent for the purpose of obtaining charter service.

Fall Travel Reminders

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As you’re savoring the last few weeks of summer and starting to think about fall, we are ready and at your service to provide a flight quote for your next trip. We are thrilled to see that many of our
corporate fliers, as well as our family travelers, returning to the
private skies.

If you or your company has any 4th quarter travel on the calendar, please do not hesitate to call or email our Client Services team. It is also the perfect time to start thinking about booking your commuter trips to your second homes and holiday travel, to get the best rates and flight preferences.

If you’re ready to take advantage of the availability and options for your next trip, experience why FlyPrivate is the ultimate choice in private jet charter, and be sure to check out our full brochure to learn more.summer sky

When the inclement weather in the Northeast, Midwest and Pacific Northwest leads to unpredictable commercial flight delays and
cancellations, you have a better option. Conditions such as heavy fog, snow, sleet and ice can delay both commercial and private flights, but by choosing to charter a private aircraft, you may be able to avoid some of the inclement weather problems by flying into smaller, alternate airports. In the event of a delay, choosing private jet charter also offers you flexibility, security and personalized
service to get you to your destination on time. Make sure your flights are booked in advance and leave all of the logistics to us!

Fall Travel Reminders

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Website: www.flyprivate.com
Email: fly@flyprivate.com
Phone: 1-800-641-JETS (5387)

All flights arranged by Private Business Jets, LLC DBA FlyPrivate are operated by Part 135 Certified Air Carriers. FlyPrivate will act as your agent for the purpose of obtaining charter service.

Q & A with Jan Jones: Part 5

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Jan Jones is President of Jan Jones Worldwide, a California-based
speakers bureau. Prior to founding her business, Jan was a highly
effective executive assistant to well known businessmen, including the bestselling author and personal development icon, Tony Robbins. In this guest blog series, Jan Jones shares her knowledge and expertise on a
variety of topics pertaining to executives and their assistants.

Want more from Jan Jones? Check out her Q & A Series: Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4!

Iconic Business Leaders Make Smart Use of Their Assistants

FlyPrivate: Why write a book about EAs specifically for executives?

Jan Jones: My book is called “The CEO’s Secret Weapon How Great Leaders and their Assistants Maximize Productivity and
Effectiveness”.  I decided to target my book to executives because they are the ones who need to learn the value an exceptional
assistant can bring to their lives. Assistants know the significant role they play, but many executives and business owners have no idea how to work effectively with an assistant. They don’t know what an outstanding resource a top assistant can be to them, to help relieve them of day-to-day matters that are not a good use of their time. Executives need to learn to delegate, they need to learn how to work effectively with an assistant, but most important, they need to know what a top-quality assistant looks like, meaning what qualities and characteristics an assistant must have in order to best serve the
executive, whether it is a junior, mid-level, or senior role.  I dedicate a significant amount of space in the book to the chapters that discuss “the tangible and intangible characteristics” of an exceptional EA and I explain why they should matter to an executive.

Something else that executives and business owners often don’t
realize is that their assistant is their “face” to the world.  Through the assistant, people can get a favorable or unfavorable impression of an executive and the organization.  Since executives should always be putting their best foot forward, it is crucial that they engage an
assistant who is at all times conveying an air of professionalism, competence a willingness to be of service and enthusiasm for the job.  They need an assistant who is fully invested in the job, who is committed to getting things done and to showcasing their executive in the best possible light.

FlyPrivate: Tell us about some of the famous business leaders you have interviewed.

Jan Jones: In addition to world-class executive assistants, I was
fortunate to interview some of the world’s top business icons for my book, including Sir Richard Branson, Donald Trump, Steve Forbes, management gurus Marshall Goldsmith, Ken Blanchard, Simon Sinek, as well as Cisco Systems’ CEO, John Chambers, who wrote the Foreword to my book with such clarity and understanding of the role his long-time, wonderful assistant Debbie Gross has played in his life.  In fact, if executives only read the Foreword to my book, that in itself is an eye-opening lesson on what an assistant can do for an executive if the executive is smart enough to find someone who is capable of working with them as a strategic partner, not just in a
hierarchical way.  There are interviews with many successful CEOs who might not be world-famous, but who have managed to create a wonderful partnership with their assistants.  By “partnership” I mean the idea that we support each other, we are teammates, we have each other’s backs.

FlyPrivateHow do these business leaders maximize effectiveness
utilizing their assistants?  What benefit does the EA derive from the
relationship?

Jan Jones: One of my favorite examples is from the best-selling
author, Joseph Michelli, who told me his assistant, Lynn, made him richer because she increased his portfolio and keeps him on track with their business plan.  When he gets enthusiastic about some new opportunity, she says to him, “let’s see how this fits our business plan and our goals for this year.”  The great thing about Joseph is he listens to his assistant. He doesn’t say, “Well, I’m the boss and this is what I want to do so we are going to do it.”  He respects Lynn and her advice and he rewards her well.  How many executives can say that their assistant has made them richer?  Joseph was extremely smart when he was choosing Lynn and understanding the value she could bring to him.

Donald Trump had the best assistant I have ever had the privilege to meet, and I have met assistants of famous celebrities, famous
executives, government officials from all over the world.  She was truly in a class all by herself, the best ambassador an executive could have.  She retired after working for Mr. Trump for almost 30 years.  In addition to being Mr. Trump’s assistant, she was also a Vice
President at the Trump Organization. I wish more executives
understood the value of a high-caliber assistant like Mr. Trump does.   Mr. Trump told me he admired the fact that she was able to assess situations and take independent action.  Because he is so busy, he appreciated her ability to handle things without having to interrupt him.  She had a lot of courage and  “was a straight shooter – someone who will tell it like it is.  Norma would never take the easy way out and she always had my best interests in mind.”  Some advice for assistants from Mr. Trump: “If you need to ask the boss
something, ask yourself the question first.  A lot of times you’ll know the answer already and save your boss time.”

Steve Forbes, the publisher of Forbes Magazine told me,  “My
assistant has a good head on her shoulders and can make judgment calls that come from experience. When she is away, something that seemed smooth is anything but smooth if she’s not there to make sure it happens.”

Simon Sinek, the popular TED speaker and author told me that he views his relationship with his assistant “as an essential partnership.  I don’t see my work as more important or less important than hers.  I see our work as mutually beneficial.”

John Chambers said “I wanted a business partner who could help me to run my business and manage my day-to-day activities, who I can trust and who literally runs my life.”  He interviewed 17 assistants before choosing Debbie Gross.  She has been with him 24 years.

The assistants who work for these executives have a fierce passion for excellence and mirror their high-functioning bosses.  They reflect the boss’ high energy, confidence and decision-making skills.   They are an extension of the boss and enjoy the exhilaration of
achievement and a job well done.  Desire to succeed and be their best is everything.  They understand whom they represent and never let their standards fall.  Exceptionalism is everything to them.  It’s in their blood.  You have to embody this level of excellence and commitment. This is what it takes to support an executive at the highest levels.

FlyPrivateHow can other executives mirror these iconic business
leaders?

Jan JonesTake time to find the assistant who is the best fit for your needs.  To do this, follow the advice I lay out in my book about how to find the right person, how to work with that person and how to nurture the relationship so the assistant will stay and grow with the business.  Analyze your work style.  The executives I interviewed in my book were not afraid to say “this is what I need in an assistant, because this is how I am, this is how I work”. Be honest about your personality and work habits so you can find someone who will suit you.  Make a list of what is not negotiable for you in an assistant.  These are your “must haves”, whether it is technical skills or
personality traits. Try to keep the job interesting and challenging by delegating to your assistant and including your assistant in your
decision making.  Understand that if an executive chooses an
assistant with talent and skill, the assistant can add massive value by managing the executive’s day-to-day business activities.
Particularly, the assistant can handle many matters that are not a good use of the executive’s time.  When I was interviewing Steve Forbes, he said, “part of being an effective leader is knowing what your value add is, focusing your time on that and figuring how you delegate other things.  Even if you believe you can do a task better than someone else, it might not be a good use of your time. Good leadership demands that you put together an effective team.”  For a busy executive that teambuilding should start with an exceptional assistant.

While my book is geared to executives, I want assistants to
understand that they have to strive to be exceptional at their job.  We all have different capabilities, but everyone should make certain that they are dedicated, professional and always looking for ways to improve, learn and make their boss look good.  The best assistants are cheerleaders for the boss and for the company.  Other
employees feel motivated and inspired by them.  They have a
reputation for excellence, discretion, reliability, honesty and getting the job done.  They make their boss and the team feel secure.  I am inspired by this quote from noted Sicilian chef Guiseppe Carollo.  For me it sums up the passion an assistant must feel about their job:  Solo chi ha veramente tanta passione può fare bene questo lavoro. (Only those who have a lot of passion will be able to do this job well).

Author: Jan Jones

©Copyright Jan Jones, 2015 “The CEO’s Secret Weapon”

This interview originally appeared in Secretary.it Magazine.  It has been modified for re-print for the FlyPrivate blog, by Jan Jones. All rights reserved.

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Visit Amazon to purchase Jan Jones’ new book and visit her website: The CEO’s Secret Weapon.

The CEO’s Secret Weapon: How Great Leaders and Their Assistants Maximize Productivity and Effectiveness

Jan Jones

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Hands Tied for Personal Private Jet Travel?

Businessman with his hands tied.

We understand that your business trips may be covered under a
corporate jet contract, but for personal travel, we’ve got you
covered! Whether you’re flying to your next vacation destination, a wedding, or your favorite sporting event, we think you will be very impressed by our commitment to service, our variety of jet and flight options, as well as our unique pricing structure. When you fly with FlyPrivate, you will have access to all of these benefits and many more!

We understand it is our responsibility to make your travel easier and this is how we will do it.

1. We invented the “pay as-you fly” no-term membership.

Since 2002, our customers have been flying one-way and round trips in the aircraft of their choice for 15-50% less than Jet Card,
Fractional and Block Fractional options, and have collectively saved
millions of dollars.

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2. You’ll have access to the most experienced client services
personnel
.

You won’t speak to a different person each time you need us. Our system has many operational experts working behind the scenes. These experts organize and arrange all of your flight details and
deliver that information to a singular point of contact.

3. You gain from our industry knowledge and relationships.

Accessing the latest aircraft models, being afforded preferential treatment from operators, being upgraded on one-way flights, and saving time and money with our exclusive “pay as you fly” programs, all amount to an amazing value for our customers.

If these options sound right for you, please seriously consider
FlyPrivate for your next trip. You will not be disappointed.

Contact us to request a quote or submit your quote request on our website.

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Email: fly@flyprivate.com
Phone: 1-800-641-JETS (5387)

All flights arranged by Private Business Jets, LLC DBA FlyPrivate are operated by Part 135 Certified Air Carriers. FlyPrivate will act as your agent for the purpose of obtaining charter service.

 

Book Your End-of-Summer & Fall Flights Today!

Autumn Mountain Jet

We hope you are enjoying your summer and wanted to take a minute to thank all of our customers who have already booked
summer and fall trips with us!

We are happy to see that many of our corporate fliers, as well as our family travelers, are filling the private skies. If your company has any 4th quarter travel on the calendar, please do not hesitate to call or email our Client Services team for a flight quote.

It is also not too early to take advantage of availability and options for fall travel and events. As the weather gets colder heading into fall, the demand for jet charter will increase.

When the inclement weather in the Northeast, Midwest and Pacific Northwest leads to unpredictable commercial flight delays and
cancellations, you have a better option. Conditions such as heavy fog, snow, sleet and ice can delay both commercial and private flights, but by choosing to charter a private aircraft, you may be able to avoid some of the inclement weather problems by flying into  smaller, alternate airports. In the event of a delay, choosing private jet charter also offers you flexibility, security and personalized
service to get you to your destination on time. Make sure your flights are booked in advance and leave all of the logistics to us!

Fall Travel Reminders

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While advanced booking is important heading into fall and winter, there is still plenty of summer left. If you haven’t booked, please let us know! It is the perfect time to start thinking about booking your commuter trips to your second homes and holiday travel, to get the best rates and flight options.

We appreciate your continued support of FlyPrivate and look
forward to your next trip! Don’t forget to follow us on Facebook,
Instagram
,
LinkedIn, Twitter, and Google+ for the latest FlyPrivate news and information.

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Phone: 1-800-641-JETS (5387)

All flights arranged by Private Business Jets, LLC DBA FlyPrivate are operated by Part 135 Certified Air Carriers. FlyPrivate will act as your agent for the purpose of obtaining charter service.

Turboprops & Twin Pistons: Know Your Options

King Air 250

Photo Courtesy of Beechcraft

Aside from jet aircraft which range from very light jets to heavy jets, there is another significant player in the charter market. Turboprops are aircraft that utilize a gas jet engine to operate a propeller rather than jet thrust typically used on larger aircraft. Most turboprop
engines are manufactured Pratt & Whitney Canada and Honeywell, known in the aviation community for their reliability and power. As a predecessor to turboprops, the twin-piston aircraft are also a viable choice. Piston aircraft are typically smaller aircraft, seating up to 6 passengers. The piston aircraft are powered by piston engines (or reciprocating engines), and use heat to produce steam pressure, which in turn is used to generate a rotating motion that powers the engine.

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How do turboprops compare to jets? Turboprops are a great
solution for trips less than 500 miles (300 miles or less for
twin-piston aircraft) and for trips into airports with shorter runways inaccessible to larger jets. Unlike jets, many turboprops can easily land on shorter airstrips and can even land in grass airfields vs.
needing a traditional runway. While jets can travel at faster speeds than turboprops, having more options in regards to places to land, enables turboprop passengers to get closer to their destinations,
often saving time and money.

Piper Chieftain

Turboprops are generally less expensive to operate than jets. Fuel costs and other expenses like maintenance tend to also be lower for props, making them a great option for shorter trips. Seating varies by aircraft model from 4-8 passengers in most turboprops. While a bit smaller than their jet cousins, many turboprops offer comparable cabin comforts and are equipped for both business and relaxation in the air. Contrary to popular thought, modern day turboprops come equipped with  resonance technology that almost entirely cancels out the propeller noise, so they are not generally loud in the cabin. As far as storage, many turboprops have comparable baggage and cabin space as their jet counterparts.

Pilatus

There are several factors to consider when choosing an aircraft for your charter needs. Let us help you decide which will be best for your trip. In the meantime, check out our turboprop and twin-piston charter options below and click to view each aircraft’s specifications.

Avanti II P-180 Specifications

Cessna 421 Golden Eagle Specifications

Cessna 441 Conquest II Specifications

Grand Caravan Specifications

Jetstream 31 Specifications

King Air 90 Specifications

King Air 100 Specifications

King Air 200 Specifications

King Air 250 Specifications

King Air 300 Specifications

King Air 350 Specifications

Merlin III Specifications

Pilatus PC-12 Specifications

Piper Aztec Specifications

Piper Chieftain Specifications

Piper Cheyenne Specifications

Piper Meridian Specifications

Piper Navajo Specifications

Piper Seneca V Specifications

Socata TBM 850 Specifications

To request an aircraft recommendation, please contact us. We would be happy to provide you with several options and flight quotes.

Turboprop Specifications

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College Tours on Your Time

College ToursAre you heading out to explore universities and colleges with your children this spring? If college tours are on your agenda, consider flying with us to make the most out of your campus visits.

At FlyPrivate, our expert Client Services Team is excited to help you plan your students’ college tours. Let us help you visit more schools in less time by planning the perfect itinerary with you. Since universities are scattered across the country, chartering a private jet enables you to see multiple schools in one day or weekend. Since private jets can fly into smaller airports, we can also help eliminate the driving time from the plane to the prospective campuses. In addition, we would be happy to arrange car service around campus if you have a need or would like a local guide.

Don’t miss the opportunity to explore all of the options with your child and spend quality time together before they head off to school. Booking early allows us to provide creative solutions – contact us for pricing and options for your custom itinerary today!

Request a Flight Quote

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Phone: 1-800-641-JETS (5387)

All flights arranged by Private Business Jets, LLC DBA FlyPrivate are operated by Part 135 Certified Air Carriers. FlyPrivate will act as your agent for the purpose of obtaining charter service.