More benefits to flying on a private, corporate jet v. flying on an airline

We’ve said before that there are incredible benefits to flying on a private corporate jet.  Without question, such an opportunity has multiple advantages including concerns about time, flexibility, safety and privacy.   One need not forget they also can be leased for personal travel as well.

With a private jet one gets to miss out on the lengthy mandatory TSA security screening lines.  How many times have you heard to arrive at the airport at least two hours before your flight time when traveling on an airline?  With a private aircraft, the relationship is reversed.  The plane is waiting on you, not you waiting for the plane.

There are a limited number of places in the world where an airlines aircraft is permitted to land.  It’s expanded greatly over the past 50 years, however, there are several thousand more landing opportunities with a private aircraft than there are with airlines.  Again, this saves time.  Lots of time in either waiting for an airlines puddle jumper or drive time and back for not landing where you wanted to go in the first place.
And then there are the many amenities of flying on a private aircraft.  No more crammed leg room.  You don’t have to worry about the mysterious person who sits down in the seat next to you who smells funny, acts funny or worse, is a non-stop talker and you’re worn out by their life story before they close the cabin door and ask for everyone to turn off their cell phones.
No, the private jet goes beyond such.  There are an array of FAA approved electronics that are being installed on private planes from stereo systems, arm chair televisions, even WiFi computer access.
When was the last time you tried to spread out on a commercial airline and get some serious work done when you flew?  Unless you’re in first class, that’s not real easy in coach.  If fact, in coach, it’s darn near impossible.  Ever sit a couple rows back of someone working on a laptop on a flight and read what they’re working on? That sort of thing doesn’t happen on a private aircraft.
These are just a few of the benefits of private air travel.  They also can be vitally important.  What are some of the added benefits you see in flying this way over flying on an airline?

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