Charter Or Commercial?

At any given time on any given day there are thousands of airplanes in the sky taking people to thousands of destinations throughout the world. Some of these planes are commercial airliners that carry hundreds of people at a time to vacation spots, on business trips or on trips home every day, and some of them are charterers, specifically rented out to take people on vacation, on a business trip or home again.

When you fly commercial you have to go to the airport and you will be able to travel to the airport. leave whenever the plane is scheduled to leave. If it is delayed you have to wait, and many airlines have specific rules regarding when you should be at the airport ready to go, sometimes these include waits that are measured in hours, not minutes.

When you fly commercial you are packed into a plane that usually lacks head, leg, or elbow room and that's after you've gone through security lines that have taken what seem like days to get through. All of this stress, worry and waiting to get to your destination. And then there is the charter option …

Chartering a plane means you are the boss. You can schedule when you want to leave and when you want to return and you can choose how many 'plane-mates' you want to accompany you on your trip. Charter jets come in many sizes so you can pick one that has the seating configuration that you like the most, or change it to suit your needs and you are always assured of ample leg, elbow and head room because you will not be packed in

Chartering also means you will always know where your luggage is since it will be on your plane and only your plane, usually in the onboard luggage compartments that so many of these jets boast. And security? Yes, there is some, but nothing like what you find at the major airports around the world.

A charter jet for business or pleasure can take stress out of getting to your destination, and makes getting half the fun!