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Upcoming Empty Leg Flights

September 8th, 2023 | Posted by Admin in News

Current Empty Leg Deals Los Angeles, CA to Miami, FL, USA on 9/12/2023 Fly private from Los Angeles, CA to Miami, FL on an empty leg Gulfstream G550 returning to South Florida. This Gulfstream G550 departs from (KSNA) Santa Ana Airport anytime between 7:00 AM and 10:00 AM Local Time, and will arrive at Miami-OpaRead the Rest

Negative COVID Tests No Longer Required for Entry into the United States June 10th, 2022 – Pre-entry COVID testing will no longer be required in an announcement that is expected to come from the Biden administration later today, according to senior White house officials. The change for US-bound air travelers goes into effect at 12:01Read the Rest

Private Jets with the Longest Range

June 2nd, 2022 | Posted by Admin in News

Private jets have approached the sound barrier for the past decade, flying within 50 knots of reaching supersonic speeds. While the cruising speeds of private jets in this class already rival or outperform their commercial counterparts, manufacturers have shifted development towards maximizing efficiency, increasing the range in a race to tie the two most distanceRead the Rest

Delaware to lose commercial airline service

May 18th, 2022 | Posted by Admin in News

The move leaves Delaware as the only state without commercial flights May 18th, 2022 – Frontier Airliners has announced that on June 6th, 2022, the airline will no longer provide flights at New Castle Airport near Wilmington, DE. The move will leave the state of Delaware as the only state in the U.S. without commercialRead the Rest

Gulfstream G500 & G600 Flight Restrictions

May 5th, 2022 | Posted by Admin in News

New limitations in place for G500 & G600 operations following a hard landing incident May 5th, 2022 — Gulfstream Aerospace has revised the wind conditions in which G500s and G600s are permitted to land, affecting around 160 models in service. The new restrictions include maximum landing wind speeds of up to 15 knots (17 mph;Read the Rest

Private Jets in High-Demand as Holidays Approach

October 6th, 2021 | Posted by Admin in News

Aircraft Availability is Becoming Very Limited as Demand for Private Flights Surges Private jet providers are enacting preventative measures to combat the skyrocketing demand for private jets as we enter the 4th quarter of 2021. During this time last year, people were already traveling more often as we headed into the fall and winter months,Read the Rest

CDC Mask Mandate

February 2nd, 2021 | Posted by Admin in News

New Mask Mandate from CDC to Apply to Charter Flights, FBOs The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has released a new order effective February 2nd, 2021, requiring all passengers across all forms of public transportation into, within, or outside of the United States to wear face masks. This order extends to FAR PartRead the Rest

Updated Entry Requirements into the United States as of 12/6/2021: All travelers entering the United States from another country must submit a negative test result 1-day prior to their departure, and again within 1-day of arrival. These new testing requirements apply to all travelers, including U.S. citizens and permanent residents, regardless of vaccination status. The newRead the Rest

Bahamas Holiday Travel

November 10th, 2020 | Posted by Admin in News

The Islands of the Bahamas are re-opening for holiday travel with new restrictions in place Looking for a holiday getaway to put the rest of the year behind you? The Bahamas have streamlined their new entry protocols for visitors traveling to the islands this holiday season. The new policies are in place to provide aRead the Rest

Bahamas Travel Restrictions

July 24th, 2020 | Posted by Admin in News

New COVID-19 Restrictions for U.S. Travelers are in effect for Commercial Flights – but not for Private Jets Just three weeks after re-opening it’s borders to travelers, the islands of the Bahamas have barred United States tourists due to the surging COVID-19 pandemic. The new restrictions were announced by Prime Minister Hubert Minnis in aRead the Rest