We had quite a number of issues booking this trip, which resulted in add'l work and follow up for me. As broker these issues should have been handled / caught prior to making a proposal. I believe I had to sign 4 different revised quote sheets for this trip! Also the final signed sheet stated we would land in LFMD on the return leg. Hence we booked transportation for pick up at LFMD. However flight landed in LFMN. This caused add'l stress and expense for no reason. I have only now seen that the last itinerary link showed an arrival at LFMN - but I never opened this one since all previous ones, including the contract reconfirmation showed LFMD. As for the aircraft itself: it was one of the oldest ones I have ever flown. The door / separation to the toilet / luggage area was broken (not the lock but the entire frame!) and the toilet was not accessible due to a lot of "stuff" (amenities, water bottles, etc.) being thrown in / stored in the area. Overall cleanliness was not superb either. Finally, the catering we requested was not available / not complete. Breakfast (eggwhite and sausage!!) was cold and wet and the fruitplatter had molded grapes; no ice bucket, nor champagne glasses were present. On the return leg, fruitplatter was nice but again no ice bucket nor champagne glasses were present. As a matter of fact, the soft drink container was not even replenished w new ice!! So overall - yes, we flew from A to B but the service experience was disappointing.
Dallas is the most modern and third largest city in America's second biggest state Texas. There are tons or art and science museums, amusement parks, gardens, historical sites, and businesses. Dallas also gives home to other activities like skydiving, rodeos, horse racing, and off-roading. If visiting this great, fun pack city be sure to hit up the Museum of Nature and Science, Dallas Museum of Art, Sixth Floor Museum, Morton H. Meyerson Symphony Center, Nasher Sculpture Center, Dallas Arboretum, and Fair Park. If you plan of staying a while Dallas offers visitors a nice dining variety, superb nightlife, breathtaking sightseeing, multiple places shop and receive 1st class hospitality.
Un vol à vide, aussi appelé vol de convoyage, est un trajet réalisé par un avion privé volant sans passager (vide) après avoir déposé ses passagers à bon port ou qui vole pour récupérer des passagers. Étant donné que le prix de la location du jet privé a déjà été pris en charge, nous pouvons vous proposer d’importantes réductions sur ce type de vol. LunaJets n’est en mesure de vous proposer de tels prix que si le vol à vide correspond précisément à votre itinéraire et à vos horaires. Ces offres sont uniquement disponibles pour les allers simples.
I had the pleasure to work with Joel on a last minute trip needed to transport several professional athletes to an event. Joel was fast-acting and completely professional every step of the way. He sent constant updates to make sure our trip needs were met every step of the way. I would recommend Joel and Stratos to anybody looking to book private jets who also values professionalism and accountability.
En 1979, le générique de la série "Pour l’amour du risque" ouvre sur le décollage d’un Gulfstream II, symbole de la réussite de l’homme d’affaires américain. Lancé en 1966, cet avion est le premier jet d’affaires à long rayon d’action : 6.635 kilomètres, ce qui permet d’effectuer d’une traite un vol transatlantique. Avant cela, le jet privé était cantonné aux vols régionaux.
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