Unfortunately, many people don’t understand the point of charter plane services. It makes little sense to them to charter a private jet when they could get where they’re going just as quickly flying commercially. What these people don’t realize is that jet charter services have several, key advantages over commercial airliners.
Here are just a few reasons why you might want to charter a private jet, if you didn’t already know.
You’ll Get More Work Done.
If you charter a private jet, you’ll be sure to get more work done. Research shows that study participants rated themselves as being one-fifth (20%) more productive while on a company aircraft than when they were actually in the office itself, believe it or not. Conversely, those who flew commercial reported being 40% less — nearly half as — productive. While flying, chances are you’ll take meetings (as 36% of participants did) and get individual work tasks done (as 30% did). Doesn’t that sound like a better use of your time?
You’ll Be More Comfortable.
The cabin of an airplane is kind of like a microcosmic society complete with its own rules and etiquette. Of the some 8 million people who fly every day on average, about 21% prefer window seats while 20% prefer aisle seats. That doesn’t sound like that big of a deal, but it means that nearly half of all airline passengers ardently avoid the worst spot — the middle seat. Why bother competing for comfort when you can charter a private jet?
You Fly Often Enough.
How often do you fly? Because chances are, you spend enough time in the air that you should make yourself as comfortable as possible. Studies show that the average business aircraft passenger has taken 15 business trips in the past six months involving travel by air. In other words, the average business person flies about 30 times a year. That’s more than twice a month. Why spend that time in the air being unproductive and uncomfortable when you can charter a private jet?
These are just a few of the reasons why you might want to charter a private jet. If you have any questions, feel free to share in the comments.