Want to travel by private jet? Then you can either charter one, use a Jet Card, or buy your own aircraft. Each of these options has pros and cons which need to be carefully weighed up. This overview will help you:
22More revenue despite a difficult market situation? That’s exactly what we achieved with the “Premium Jet Businessjet-Charter Market Analysis” for the owner of a heavy jet, which was not operated by us at the time.
How do you classify a business jet that’s so unique it doesn’t fit in any existing category? You create a new category. As such, the new Pilatus PC-24 is described by the manufacturer as a Super Versatile Jet, and therefore as “Crystal Class”.
Safety and quality always take top priority: Every aircraft and crew in commercial aviation is intensively checked and audited by the respective aviation authority – and Premium Jet is no exception. But we’ve gone one step further for our customers:
Sometimes you need things quick: A business deal or urgent meeting can’t always be planned in advance. If your meeting happens to be held in another city or country, you need a fast, simple way to travel. And if your business partner cancels the last meeting of the day at short notice and your family […]
This is the mega sporting event of the year: the 51st Super Bowl, the final of the American Football League (NFL), is taking place in Houston on 5th February. Hundreds of millions of people all over the world will be glued to their television screens when the New England Patriots meet the Atlanta Falcons.
The advantages of Jet Cards seem obvious. You buy a certain allocation of hours, and thus benefit from a lower price per hour of flight time and the assurance of constant access to the provider’s fleet.
Every year, the world’s major players descend on a small village of just 11,000 people to discuss pressing issues of global importance. This year is no exception, with the 47th World Economic Forum (WEF) being held in Davos from 1/17 to 1/20/2017. Some 2,500 participants from the fields of business, politics, research and culture are […]
Charter flights differ fundamentally from regular commercial flights in terms of comfort, efficiency and speed. It all starts with the simple booking process, and continues through the entire trip: No unwanted transit stops, and minimal to no waiting times at check-in, luggage screening or at the terminal.
Private jets are smaller and more agile than airliners. For this reason they are able to approach smaller, regional airports. But is it worth it? Or do the larger, international airports have obvious advantages?