URBAN DISPATCH: August 2021 Newsletter
“Time-saving access to smaller airports, adaptable flight schedules, and the ability to remain socially distanced will remain vital considerations in the coming months, and these are things major airlines just can’t provide. Our goal is to make air travel more streamlined, and our clients more confident, as we collectively move forward.” – CEO, Dave Uziel
Private vs. Commercial Airports
Private or commercial? Both are an option when flying private charter, but there are some differences between the two that are worth noting.
What To Expect From A Private Aviation Experience
Looking for the ultimate freedom, flexibility, convenience and comfort for literally every aspect of your trip? Let’s count the ways private aviation takes your experience to a whole new level …
Yes, stress-free air travel is still possible.
Private aviation shines like a beacon of light in the currently murky world of air travel. From schedule flexibility, direct routes, and lack of crowded terminals or security lines, to the newly important distancing from anyone outside of your ‘quaran-team,’ or the simple ability to remove your mask and have a refreshment en route. It’s estimated that there are an average of 700 points-of-contact with other people and objects during a commercial flight, and between 20 and 30 when flying privately. Thus private charter offers a dramatic reduction in potential for exposure, as well as relief from the emotional turmoil of the commercial airline experience.