Luxury Aircraft: Business travelers face a conundrum when flying commercial. Most airlines donít offer Internet access even in business class and those that do offer WiFi canít guarantee high-speed or quality service. What is one to do if itís essential to stay connected with those on the ground? Private air travel is a solution but many private airlines donít have free WiFi either. Enter XOJET, the California-based business aviation leader. In July, the company announced Aircell high-speed Internet on their entire fleet of Bombardier Challenger 300 and Cessna Citation X aircraft.
ďHigh-speed Internet will give our passengers exactly what they wantóthe ability to create an on-demand Ďflying boardroomí to continue doing business in flight,Ē says XOJET president Benjamin Murray.
XOJET is the first business aviation operator to offer wireless Internet on all flights. For travelers flying from New York to Los Angeles and back, itís a welcome addition to the already short duration of the flight. XOJET can get you from one coast to another in a mere four hours and 30 minutes, an hour less than commercial airlines. And if youíre as afraid of turbulence as I am, XOJET flies at an altitude of 51,000 feet, allowing for you to soar above bad weather patterns that affect commercial flights and other private aircraft. All of this makes for a smooth, quiet flight and a place to comfortably get your work done.