Chartering your own plane is considered a luxury by many. However, there are benefits of a turboprop jet charter that can often enough easily outweigh the cost of the luxury. The major benefit is convenience, and its the convenience that comes in many forms. The biggest convenience is that you can avoid the TSA and avoid bumping your elbows with strangers on the regular public airports. Douglas Adams said once that there is nothing as ugly in the world as a public airport. He had a point. Since a chartered plane can be boarded on a much smaller airports, you can avoid customs lines, TSA, and other hassles of public flying.
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Another benefit of a turboprop jet charter is that you can actually work while traveling. On the air, in a much smaller plane, in the seat of your choice, you can easily work on your laptop or phone. If you are going to make a presentation after landing, or meet some business partners, you can prepare for the presentation or meeting during the journey. Most planes have Internet connection, phones, faxes and other facilities that make it almost a second office.
Other major benefits of chartering your own jet are privacy and confidentiality. On a chartered plane, you don’t have to worry about someone looking over your shoulder at your laptop’s screen. If you have chartered the plane yourself, you are at liberty to invite your own co-passengers. If the plane is hired by your company, your co-passengers will be your own colleagues, depending on who is deputed by the company to travel with you.
Speed is another major benefit of chartering your own plane. Since chartered planes need a smaller runway, there are many more choices of airports that they can use. This means you can reduce your travel time to and from the airport. Then, once you are at the airport, you save time on customs queue too. Overall, we find that the benefits of turboprop jet charter make it much more than just a luxury.
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