The world is different. So is how you fly.
The ability to travel on your own terms has always been a hallmark of private aviation, but now it’s more important than ever. Instead of navigating changing rules about middle seats, encountering passengers without masks, and dealing with confusion about cleaning protocols, not to mention unexpectedly cancelled or crowded flights, you’ll have control over your experience, your environment, and your wellbeing.
Long lines, crowded terminals, and packed planes used to be an annoyance. Now, they’re a safety hazard. By allowing you to avoid crowds of people and minimize contact with others, private aviation can reduce your exposure to infectious diseases. Increased filtration and fresh air systems also provide additional protection against airborne viruses.
More peace of mind
With private aviation, peace of mind is part of the package. Your health is of critical importance, but, even now, safety and mobility don’t have to be mutually exclusive. Whether you want to travel or you have to, flying on your own plane with your own people allows you to do so in the safest way possible. So, go ahead, put your worries to rest and mobilize with mindfulness. It’s the way forward.