Dec
15

Kitty Hawk Why Flying Still Matters Today

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There is an ethereal beauty to flying on a plane. The plane is in the clouds, basking in the sun, the land all underneath and so far away that major objects look like pinpricks. A pilot may look at this and see a map–a gorgeous map in which the passenger and the pilot can travel to different states or destinations easily.

It’s a road that goes in all directions and up to the skill of the pilot to navigate that road and its elements.

For many people, this is a dream that never comes true. While flying was the lore in the nation’s consciousness for years and years, long after the Wright Brothers made their landmark flight at Kitty Hawk, people in today’s day and age view flying as just an opportunity to go to the next destination, rather than seeing it as the joy of the flight.

This is disapp

Sep
22

Private Jet Charters From Increased Productivity to More Convenient Airport Locations

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There are 1.2 million Americans employed with the business aviation industry. Every year, this industry generates $150 billion in economic activity. There were 11,261 private jets registered in the United States alone by 2011. This points to how the United States accounts for 49.7% of the private jet market, with Europe coming in second at 20.8%.

Increase Productivity When You Rent a Private Jet

Business aircraft passengers tend to consist of various personnel:

  • Top management: 22%
  • Other managers: 50%
  • Technical, sales, and/or service staff: 20%

When considering productivity, it’s important to note the differences betwe