If you normally fly first class, flying privately will impress you. If you normally fly coach, you will be overwhelmed. Imagine being pre-screened by security before you leave home… Driving your car directly to the airplane, where the valet meets you and parks it… Arriving 5 minutes before takeoff… Never standing in line… Never having a lost bag… Controlling your schedule… These are only a few of the benefits associated with flying privately.
Let’s say you have a one-day meeting for yourself and six associates in Chicago at 9 am. Flying commercially, the
seven of you leave the afternoon before, missing work and a night at home. Your meeting runs long, forcing you to stay in Chicago an extra night. Then your flight home is delayed, so you miss a third day in the office… What is the time of your company’s seven key people worth?Flying privately, you advise our Dispatch Center of the date, time, and location of your meeting in Chicago so that we can find the closest airport (it probably isn’t O’Hare International). You arrive at the airport at 6:25 am for a 6:30 liftoff. Onboard, you set up your laptops and privately review the details of your upcoming meeting in your office in the sky. You land in Chicago at 8:30, where a car and driver are waiting to drive you 20 minutes to your appointment. When your meeting is delayed, you call Dispatch to advise the team that instead of leaving at 6 pm you won’t make the airport until 7:30. Your private car takes you back to the airport where dinner is waiting onboard, the jet is fueled, and the crew is ready to have you home by 10 pm.
Flying is about one thing – saving time. Domestically, the airlines serve about 500 airports. We serve over 5,000. Internationally, the airlines serve about 3,000 airports. We can fly into over 17,000. From Barrow to Buenos Aires, or Paris to Papua New Guinea, American Jet International can take you there.