The Advantages of Flying Private

These are strange times, indeed.  Before 2020, no one ever heard of the term “social distancing” or even considered wearing a face mask when around others.  Now that we are slowly emerging from our quarantine status, keeping our family and ourselves safe and healthy has taken on a whole new meaning. 

Minimizing our exposure to this wicked virus called COVID-19 is a daily task not to be taken lightly.  If travelling for business or on vacation with family, the risk of coming in contact with an infected individual is heightened when looking at the reality of standing in long lines at the airport or sitting in close, cramped seating for hours before you reach your final destination.

A Reliable and Safe Travel Solution

A very viable option to this is a private charter.  A private flight gives you peace of mind knowing you will be traveling strictly with those in your immediate party, whether that be coworkers, family or friends. 

And with commercial airlines being forced to completely forego many of their usual routes and limit the number of flights offered to other locations, the unavailability of desired flight days/times or unexpected cancellations is virtually eliminated.  This allows you to travel exactly where you want to and when it’s most convenient for you.

Flying Private Saves Time

Flying private also saves you valuable time by allowing you to avoid the usual hassles associated with air travel like checking your bags or standing in line to board the plane.  And since private charters typically fly into smaller airports, you can completely bypass the bottle-necked security lines and head straight onto the aircraft. 

Once you’ve arrived at your destination, there will certainly be no delay in retrieving your luggage due to the limited number of passengers on board!

Flying Private Saves Money

When flying for business, a private flight can condense what could be three days of travel into just one day.  For instance, if you have an early morning meeting, flying commercial means you will most likely need to travel the day before and spend the night in a hotel.  If the meeting lasts all day, you may also need to stay another night in the hotel and then fly back the next day.  That’s two nights in a hotel, not to mention priceless time away from family. 

We Can Help

Grand Aire has a proven reputation as a leader in the air charter industry with over 30 years of experience.  Our committed logistics experts are readily available 24/7/365 to provide you with the optimal travel solution that fits your needs and your schedule.   

Let us assist you.  Contact us at 1-800-74-GRAND or email our team at