The pandemic has changed the world lately! We have and are still experiencing the effects of Covid-19, while our lives have been put on hold as many businesses struggle to survive. A lifeline, though, has been the companies such as Jettly, who charter private jets to individuals and companies. They have been able to keep air travel working when people are questioning if it’s safe to travel at all. How? By running conducive services having smaller numbers convene together. Something that motivates us to examine how companies like Jettly are managing to keep travel safer. In part, this is because they have a safer business model than commercial airlines. They also strictly follow all the correct Covid-19 guidelines for passengers at all stages of their journey; from boarding the aircraft at a private terminal, to have their own relaxing space inside the cabin once on their private jet.
Business Model For Private Jet Companies
Flying by private jet has always been considered the safest option. The choice, though, has historically come down to cost. However, in a pandemic, we start to think differently about money and consider health more important. It is, after all, not everyone that is being affected financially by the pandemic. Online businesses are thriving, and anyone working in health has only seen a greater demand for their services. Those companies delivering parcels are benefitting from the knock-on effect of increased online sales. In terms of safety, private jets offer more flexible routes that avoid bad weather by flying high above it. Procedures imply smaller queues, or no line, as passengers enter their jets via separate private terminals specific to that chartered plane.
Smaller queues in themselves reduce virus spread. This continues onto the aircraft where there will not be all the passengers you might normally have sat next to, or near to, and all spreading their germs. The air conditioning systems of large commercial airliners are notorious for spreading, at the very least, the common cold. How many people can you recall that have come back from holiday and ended up displaying systems of a common cold soon after landing? There are quite a few that I can recall. So, stay safe and Covid-19 free by considering a private jet to fly you to your next destination.
Private jet companies, at their own expense, are taking numerous precautions to avoid the spread of Covid-19. After all, they do not want their passengers to feel afraid to fly. Life and work still need to happen if individuals are to keep their sanity and world economies are to survive. Private jet companies want to continue to provide their customers with the best service possible and maintain the safety standards for which they are admired. So, masks will be worn by aircrew and aircraft disinfected to the highest standards. That is, standards as high as you would expect from the luxury already provided with this bespoke form of air travel.
Cost-Effective During a Crisis
Air travellers are also beginning to weigh up the costs concerning air travel delays. How waiting at airports for long lengths of time because of another cancelled flight, or the delay from having luggage lost, can impact on their paid time. This is particularly important with a business where time is costed out. Personally, too, time is valuable as it can mean that a holiday has become less value for money because much of it has been spent at the airport. Worse still, the one still back at home, having not even taken off. This is where private jets come into their own in separating their passengers from the masses, where the sheer amount of luggage is bound to result in something going astray, and in not having to stick to rigid flight schedules that end up being cancelled anyway.
Then, as it was mentioned above about private jets flying higher to avoid bad weather, safety is not the own advantage of this practice, it also means that jets will arrive on average faster at their intended destination. Bad weather is, after all, the reason why regular commercial flights tend to end up delayed. So, in summing up, it is clear to see that it is the business models of private jet companies, their concerns for passenger safety, and the cost-effectiveness of packages resulting from time saved, that is attracting new customers to private jet flight. Long may this alternative option continues to be supported, so that it may stay available to everyone in the longer term.