Travel is an essential part of doing business, but getting from point A to point B shouldn’t waste your time. A private air charter lets you make the most of every minute, particularly when visiting more than one destination.
“Just this week we have a client taking a charter from Toronto to visit production facilities across the United States,” says Jenna Kitchings, Marketing Coordinator for NovaJet Aviation Group, a Canadian private aviation company that specializes in private jet charters, aircraft management, and maintenance. “The itinerary is taking him to Oklahoma, Texas, Florida, Virginia, and South Carolina before returning to Toronto.”
NovaJet’s operations team ensures all aspects of the trip are taken care of. “Our team organizes your departures, arrivals, and any necessary ground transportation like rental cars, etc. giving you more time to focus on what’s important.”
Charters also have the benefit of using smaller, private airports to get closer to the passenger’s final destination, Jenna explains. “You spend less time preparing for your flight, and less time on the road once you arrive, making the trip more efficient and more enjoyable.”
While charters are the perfect option for business travelers, they’re also ideal for those who don’t want to leave their family or pets behind.
“With a charter, you are in control of your timeline, your destinations, and who you bring with you,” says Jenna. “You can make a few business stops on your way to your sunny holiday with family, and use the private, luxurious quarters as a way to relax with loved ones.”
As an added benefit, NovaJet offers a 24/7 concierge service that can take care of all travel details, from selecting the right aircraft for your needs to arranging in-flight meals that meet all your specifications. “We pride ourselves on how we go beyond to meet the unique needs of each client,” says Jenna.
NovaJet has a fleet of over 30 aircraft to choose from, including the newly added Pilatus PC-24.
“It’s a comfortable and versatile jet and can seat up to eight passengers,” says Jenna. “Its impressive short takeoff and landing capabilities allow you to access remote locations and greatly reduce ground transfer time.”
The PC-24 has a maximum altitude of 45,000 feet, allowing it to rise above rough weather conditions, to make trips more comfortable.
“It can take you from Toronto to Florida non-stop. It’s an excellent choice for your business or pleasure travel.”
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