Illegal charter has quickly become a hot topic in the private aviation world. The topic, while not new, has recently gained the attention of regulators because of the proliferation of start-up businesses trying to emulate UBER but on private jets. The FAA rightly holds that the complexities of corporate aviation pose vastly different safety and security concerns compared to ground transportation, and trying to employ/develop an UBER or flight sharing model can place the buying public at risk.
Let's Talk About the World of Private Aviation
In the world of private aviation, your clients will likely make many changes over the course of their aviation journey. We call it your FlightPath. It's wise to map this trend and review the findings with an aviation professional to assess every point of change. By having an overview of your client's needs, it makes the many options available much easier to understand and find the best solution to suit their unique situation - not how to fit your needs into one limited product.
Picture this, you have boarded a commercial airliner for your upcoming business meeting, you are conveniently located in the middle seat between two 6ft + passengers for the remainder of you 5 hour flight. You pull out your laptop and notes, place it on your tray table to begin reviewing your expertly crafted sales presentation and the person in front of you reclines their seat. You already have no leg room, your laptop is now positioned too close to you to be functional and the person in the seat across from you is fighting off the beginning stages of a sinus infection. Did I mention their is a young family behind you and their toddler is conveniently kicking your seat to the beat of the latest Taylor Swift song?
Selecting a private aviation company can be stressful, but it doesn't have to be. Top NY private jet charter companies are equipped with a team of knowledgeable individuals who work with clients to provide superior service.