Private Jetiquette

  A First Time For Everything   Flying on a private jet bears very little resemblance to flying commercial. That’s precisely what everyone really likes about private travel. Very often you drive right up to your aircraft, step inside, they close the door behind you and you leave. You eat exactly what you want, when… Continue reading

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Owning Your Private Jet

Owning Your Private Jet   It doesn’t matter how you acquire your private jet; whether you purchase it new, used or are promoted to the position in your company where you are the new king of the jet. That jet is now yours. At some point the discomfort will set in when you realize it… Continue reading

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Fine Tuning A Craft

Every profession has well-defined roles within it. Aviation, the military and medicine lead the way in articulating precise roles within specific chains of command. Some of the support roles have more flexibility and can be adjusted to fit a client’s needs and should be to make sure we remain responsive in this fluid and competitive… Continue reading

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Change Is In The AIR

Have you noticed that just about everybody who is anybody has a “PA” these days? The corporate flight attendant works closely with his or her client’s PA to make sure they can provide the support on the road that the client needs when the PA can’t be there. We become their extension, a sort of… Continue reading

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GII Review: A Dog’s View

A Fresh View Of The Ride on A GII   Since more pets began traveling on private jets, Sit ‘n Stay Global, LLC, the leading pet air travel safety consultants, wanted to get a canine perspective on how that ride measures up.  Our SpokesDog, Surf Dog Ricochet, was more than happy to help us out… Continue reading

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