Of course you’d prefer to fly on a private jet, rather a commercial airliner, but why?
There are plenty of perks that come along with flying private, and those with the means to do so have different reasons why they choose to spend their money on charter flights. Below are just some of the many reasons why the wealthy choose to rent private jets, rather than book tickets for commercial flights.
Many of the “wealthy” that we speak of are also celebrities – movie stars, sports icons, rock stars, political figures and TV personalities. For the high-profile type, flying privately gives them the security that they won’t be barraged by adoring fans or annoying paparazzi as they make their way in and out of the airport. First class just isn’t enough for many recognizable individuals who are left with the options of having to endure hours of chatty seat neighbors, or spending a little extra to fly in privacy.
Privacy is also an important perk for many business people who are looking to conduct meetings at 30,000 ft. When trade secrets and potential new business relationships are being formed, the last thing they want is to have to stand up to allow someone else to escape to use the restroom. Renting a private jet can be very cost effective for this type of traveler.
Expected Travel Time:
While some private jets may in fact be faster than your average 747 from Continental, we’re actually referring to the time spent on the ground here. Rather than parking a mile or two away from your terminal and hauling your luggage to the shuttle, private jets typically allow passengers to pull their car up to the side of the plane, just feet away from where they will board. Private jet airports also skip many of the security measures that come along with commercial air travel, meaning that passengers don’t have to waste an hour in line waiting to be OK’d for takeoff.
The arrival is also much quicker when you don’t have to wait for your luggage to come around on the carrousel, because it’s tucked right under your seat. Charter flights can save a few hours on travel time when you add it all up
Oh Yeah! Luxury:
Commercial air travel has become increasingly less luxurious over time. Long gone are the days when one would dress up in their finest to fly for a few hours. On the opposite end, private air travel has become increasingly luxurious over time. Private Jets are known for having luxurious interiors, with large comfortable sofas and chairs for you to enjoy your flight, large screen televisions, bedrooms and much better food than you’ll ever find on a commercial flight.
How Do You Even Find Private Jets To Hire?
There is no “Kayak.com” or major travel site for private jet rentals, so finding one that suits your needs, and is within your budget can be difficult if you don’t know where to look. A reliable private jet charter broker can help you find the best options for your needs. Some brokers can help you find great deals on flights, while others will charge you an arm and a leg to get on a private jet. Do your homework and find the best option for your next travel venture today.
As a tribute to the biggest Bentley engine, the famous 6.75 litre version powering the luxurious Mulsanne limousines, the Bentley 6.75 chronograph from Breitling ramps up the power and the audacity in an entirely black-clad limited series.
This midnight-hued livery, achieved by a special ultra-resistant carbon-based treatment, enhances the sporting style of the satin-brushed steel case with its taut, dynamic lines and its knurled bezel inspired by Bentley’s famous radiator grilles.
The dial also exudes dark elegance, enhanced by a vertical open-worked motif offering a glimpse of the movement.
The caseback springs its own surprise, since the five-spoke motif reprising the distinctive design of Bentley wheel rims also appears in black against the metallic background. The selfwinding chronograph movement, chronometer-certified by the COSC (Swiss Official Chronometer Testing Institute), is distinguished by its original “large aperture calendar” system displaying the date in a highly readable manner via two distinct indicators: one for the tens and the other for the units.
Issued in a 1,000-piece limited edition, the Bentley 6.75 Midnight Carbon comes on a rubber strap with a central raised motif echoing that of the bezel. Sheer class, clad in black and signed Breitling for Bentley.
Source: Breitlingforbentley.com you can also see the Breitling for Bentley Barnato 42 here on Scaleogy.com
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