By Daniel Pott
Most people have traveled on a commercial airplane flight at some point. Businesspeople do it regularly. Flying is a much faster mode of transportation than some of the alternatives. The efficiency, however, lies in the actual amount of time spent in the air. How much of the day is spent in traveling to the airport, going through airport security and waiting to board your flight. Even if there are no delays, this can be a consuming process.
The process begins with the distance one has to travel to get to the airport. For some remote areas, this can be a long drive. Most airlines expect you to arrive and check in at least one hour before your flight departs. With the new stringent security rules its necessary to tack on an additional hour. If valet parking is not an option, consider additional time to search for a parking space. Then there is always the wait to board the plane and that’s even if the fight arrives on time which most of the time it doesn’t.
After flying to your destination for about two hours, you will then wait to depart your flight, get off the plane and find your way through the crowded airport to the baggage claim, where you will patiently wait to pick up your bags; you will then head to your destination which will probably take about another hour or so.
All totaled you have probably spent about 8 hours on traveling to your destination; but if you had flown via a private charter, you would have significantly reduced your travel time. The airports locations would have been closer to where you needed them to be. You would have been able to simply board your flight at the time you were scheduled to fly, and best of all there are no lines, no waiting and no security check points.
If this is the way you want to travel, then book a private jet charter for your next business trip or vacation and start spending that extra time lying on the beach or closing that big sale. You will soon discover that time is a priceless commodity.
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