New Empty Legs added to inventory:
Did you know that almost 32 percent of private aircrafts in the sky are flying empty? Empty legs are those flights returning to their point of origin upon completion of a one-way flight. These empty one-ways have the ability to further reduce your cost when the aircraft is heading in your direction.
From October 10-12, 2011, Magellan Jets proudly attended NBAA’s (National Business Aviation Association) conference which was held in Las Vegas, Nevada. For the aviation industry insiders, this annual event is imperative to attend for both networking and educational purposes alike. As a business tool, this convention yields amazing results for well-respected operators and industry specialists to unite. Buying decisions are weighed and executed at the NBAA and the relationships formed set the stage for the upcoming year. Magellan Jets spent the first day on the convention floor, interacting with exhibitors and other attendees. On Tuesday, they moved onto the Static Display of Aircraft at Henderson Executive Airport where the latest aircraft models were present for the attendees to view and explore. CEO of Magellan Jets, Joshua Hebert, and Anthony Tivnan, President of Magellan Jets, spent their time meeting with the press. They provided the media with updates on Magellan Jets and their hopes for the coming year. Recently, Magellan Jets announced their plan to provide students and families in China with private jet transportation to the U.S., elite concierge services and top-tier medical expertise. Mr. Hebert was able to give insight on Magellan Jets’ expansion into the Chinese market, “We are thrilled to be able to enter into the private aviation market in China,” says Magellan Jets CEO, Joshua Hebert. “We would like to be the trusted source of establishing Chinese students and families.”
Apple is expected to announce a new iteration of the iPhone at today’s media event. The Cupertino, CA company has been working with developers for several months testing a new version of its iOS software and that’s expected to be the centerpiece of what inside sources are calling the iPhone 4S.
Did you know that sometimes private jet charter can cost the same as doing the trip first class? Commercial airlines are constantly raising fares, charging for bags, and cutting that route that you need the most! By chartering a private jet you can… Read More
AOL Travel reported on their blog on August 13th about the rapidly rising fees for airline travel. Did you know some airlines are now charging you for carry on baggage and at least one airline is now charging more for seats closer to the exit of the aircraft—ostensibly to make the boarding and de-boarding process quicker. At Magellan Jets we know that you don’t want to have to worry about endless fees and charges tacked on after the face. We always quote you all-inclusive pricing so you know up front how much your charter flight will cost. Voyager jet card members take it one step further by including complimentary ground transportation and catering! When you book empty legs with several passengers you can sometimes fly for less than the cost of first class tickets (not even counting bag fees, seat fees, and booking fees!) Live chat with us, call us at 877-550-JETS, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information!
Did you know thousands of private jets are flying on empty with full tanks of fuel?
An innovative and informational article about Magellan Jets is featured on the popular news website, PatriotLedger.com. Magellan Jets recently launched an “empty legs” search engine, which allows users to access private jet trips without any cargo or paying passengers on board. Joshua Hebert, CEO and Founder of Magellan Jets, discusses the most recent search service. By offering ample discounts, the company will be able to fill empty flights with passengers. The real-time search located on the company’s homepage makes it exceptionally easy to find discounted flights. The discounts for an empty leg flight can be very substantial and cost effective compared to regular priced trips. Click here to read the full article