The gates have finally burst open during what can be called a post-COVID restriction era, ushering in the great escape, the freedom to travel once again. Travel has been put off for business and leisure for over two years. Now, everyone’s thirst for taking to the skies has manifested into one of the busiest travel demand periods for both private charter and commercial airlines alike.
“Families, used to travelling all over the world, have spent two years confined by countless global and domestic travel restrictions. It’s time for a change of scenery,” says Marlin Tafaj, sales and marketing manager for NovaJet Aviation Group. “It’s important to remember that everyone feels the same way and is taking action. If you’re considering booking a private charter flight, you’d best do it, now. We’re selling out every week.”
While many travel restrictions have dropped, NovaJet still takes safety seriously and makes sure its aircraft are cleaned and ready for you and your family. “Your safety and health are front and centre for us. We take care of the worries around travel, so you don’t have to,” Marlin says.
Safety is paramount at NovaJet. The company has been awarded the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operators (IS-BAO) Stage Three Accreditation for achieving the highest levels of safety, best practices, and professionalism. In addition to progressing to the most advanced level for IS-BAO – widely considered the gold standard for business aviation around the world – the company also continues to maintain an ARG/US Platinum safety rating.
NovaJet prides itself on its service as well. “We also offer a 24-hour trip planning team that will take care of all the travel details, from planning your itinerary to coordinating ground transportation and catering.”
“Whether your destination is a deal-making business trip to New York, vacationing in Cabo, or somewhere completely off the beaten path, we’ll make sure your flight is as smooth as possible so you can make the best of your time at your destination.”
TEXT KARI KLASSEN