Everything worked out great. Working with Stratos was seamless. When the Trump TFR foiled our plans on both the outbound and inbound legs, Stratos was proactive in finding the best solution for us and minimized the disruption to the timing of our itinerary while also remaining flexible to our schedule as well. Joel could not have been easier to work with, finding us the best options at the best prices.
We prefer to finalize our itinerary, plane and crew at least a week in advance. We did not get things completely final until the day of the actual flight. Secondly, we prefer to pay post-flight rather than pre-flight. You were able to make an exception in our case which was appreciated. Lastly, the quality of the catering service from STT was atrocious. It was inedible.
Stratos takes the complicated process of private air charter and makes it simple. They have helped me through the process and Joel even turned down my offer for purchasing a Pre-paid Jet card because he advised that it would not be a good fit for my home airport and family lifestyle. I shortly became a client after that because that experience was indicative of the company's overall honesty and great ethos.We have Chartered with Joel on multiple occasions and always get the the 3Gs of private air travel - Great Safety, Great Plane & Great Price.Stratos is a great company and they put your safety 1st and make the process easy. You can text or call them at anytime and their response time is amazing. You truly feel special. Flying on chartered planes is something we really value and keep very personal and discrete. Joel assists us in keeping the experience special and within our schedule and budget.I recommend Stratos to friends who have jet cards, fractional ownership and 1st timers alike. If you are considering charter, the 1st call to make is to Stratos. They never pressure you and value the relationship. I can not say enough about this team - A great experience!

Paramount Business Jets specializes in private air charter services to and from Dallas, Texas. As one of the nation's populous cities and busiest metropolitan hubs, Dallas can be reached by over 38 airports located within a 50 mile radius of the city itself, with the major ones being Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport (DFW), Dallas Love Field Airport (DAL), Dallas Executive Airport (RBD), and Addison Airport (ADS). There are over 60 private jets available for charter in the city itself with over 150 private jets available for charter within a 30 mile radius of Downtown Dallas. Aircraft options are plentiful, including light jets (Beechjet 400, Learjet 35, and Citation Bravo), super light jets (Learjet 45, Citation Excel), midsize jets (Citation III, Learjet 60, and Hawker 800XP), super midsize (Falcon 50 EX) and large jets (Challenger 604, Falcon 2000, Gulfstream IV, and Legacy 600). There are also many ultra long range jets available for charter in Dallas including the Global 5000, Gulfstream V and the Gulfstream G 550. For more information on private air charter services to and from Dallas, please call us 24/7 at 877-727-2538 and one of our private jet charter specialists will be happy to assist you.
There are potentially even better deals. JetSuite offers SuiteDeals for as little as $500 each way. You have to sign up on its website, but when I visited, it didn’t have any flights listed. Wheels Up has a program called 8760. You pay $6,900 annually and access empty legs for as little as $320. You also get entry to its hospitality at events at the Super Bowl, The Masters, other high profile confabs, plus an Inspirato Key Membership which normally has a $10,000 initiation fee and then $3,500 annual dues.
Les sociétés de management d’avions mettent à disposition l’équipage et les équipes opérationnelles pour la préparation des vols. Pour être placé sous un Certificat de Transporteur Aérien, l’avion doit être aux normes EU OPS et de l’EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) – ces normes fixées par les autorités d’aviation civile ont pour but de garantir la sécurité des vols.
Les sociétés de management d’avions mettent à disposition l’équipage et les équipes opérationnelles pour la préparation des vols. Pour être placé sous un Certificat de Transporteur Aérien, l’avion doit être aux normes EU OPS et de l’EASA (European Aviation Safety Agency) – ces normes fixées par les autorités d’aviation civile ont pour but de garantir la sécurité des vols.
Pour une grande quantité de personnes et de fret, il existe un certain nombre d’avions que vous pourriez utiliser, ils se placent dans la catégorie des vols « commerciaux » ou des « avions de ligne convertis ». Vous pourriez choisir (selon le nombre de passagers et de bagages) l’Airbus A319 qui dispose de 34 places assises et d’une autonomie de 11 650 kilomètres, ou un Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) disposant de 50 places assises, d’une soute à bagage de 181m³ et d’une autonomie de 10 200 kilomètres. Le plus gros porteur dont nous disposons est un Boeing 767 VIP qui peut emporter plus d’une centaine de passagers, en première classe.
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