Private Jet Charters: SkyBridge Private Air is viewed favorably among jetsetters for providing excellent traveling experiences for its elite passengers. The firm's strongest selling point is its consistent delivery of exemplary service. SkyBridge does not offer any type of club cards or pre-payment programs. It takes an old-fashion approach by relying on customer satisfaction to generate repeat business and attract new patrons. A quick look at the press received by this jet-chartering outfit indicates that its business plan has taken flight. The Robb Report, Private Air, Millionaire, HighRoller, Forbes.com, and the Wall Street Journal have either commended or written favorably reviews of SkyBridge Private Air.
Light, medium and large jets are available for roundtrips or one-way flights. Its large jets that accommodate eight to 14 passengers include the Challenger 601, the Falcon 2000, and the Gulfstream IV SP. Some of the medium jets on hand are the Hawker, the 800 XP, and the Citation. The Citation II, the Lear 35, and the Beechjet 400A are a few of the light jets frequently deployed. Aircraft availability is always guaranteed, and two experienced FAA-certified pilots are on all flights. Door-to-door limousine service is offered, and travel managers are on duty 24/7 to provide trip planning and support. Every in-flight amenity is top notch, and special requests are handled summarily.
SkyBridge five-star-plus service also includes specially priced or in-kind air services for events, tours, and special gatherings, such as entertainment tours, transporting film crews, business conventions, events, and so on. The company has done such work for Billboard magazine, Inside Edition, the City of Hope, and a concert tour by Robert Plant.
SkyBridge Private Air also is planning to launch a yacht-chartering service sometime in 2007.
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