Private Jet Card Comparisons releases Guide to Chartering VIP Airliners and Group Private Jet Charter

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COVID-19 and travel bubbles with extended family members and friends mean more of you need options beyond the capabilities of most private jets

Most large-cabin private jets max out at 14 to 16 seats, and while some seat up to 18, that means three people on a couch. In other words, it’s not ideal for flights of more than an hour or two.

To help you figure out the best airliner solutions for your needs, Private Jet Card Comparisons has published a comprehensive Guide to Chartering Boeing Business Jets and Group Charter Private Jets.

Silver Air’s Boeing Business Jet drops owner’s restrictions

Boeing Business Jet charter

The BBJ is now for both available for a broader variety of missions, including shorter flight and single day trips

The Boeing Business Jet is owned by motivational speaker and philanthropist Tony Robbins

Private jet charter operator Silver Air Private Jets said the Boeing Business Jet it manages for famed author and self-help guru Tony Robbins is now available without restrictions from the aircraft’s owner.

Owners of airliner-size private jets like the BBJ and even large-cabin aircraft such as Gulfstream and Global Express types typically have various restrictions on charter use. Often, they don’t like short flights on their ultra-long-range private jets. That’s because each takeoff and landing – or cycle in aviation terms – brings them closer to expensive and required maintenance checks.

Want a BBJ? Here’s how to charter a VIP Airliner

How to charter a BBJ

Boeing Business Jets, or BBJs, and other VIP Airliners are a rare breed, not your typical private jet rental

Expert charter broker Adam Hasiak, CEO of Access Jet Group, explains why you should consider renting a VIP Airliner and what you need to know

A former U.S. Senate legislative staffer and later policy team assistant to the Governor of Indiana, Adam Hasiak founded Boca Raton-based Access Jet Group in 2011.

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