Flying private is a growing phenomenon, largely thanks to social media and iconic figures flying lavishly across the globe.
Some fly private for comfort or luxury. Others use it to bypass security or avoid hasty cancellations. As a busy executive, you can conveniently visit multiple cities.
The number of providers and programs has more than doubled in the past decade. You no longer have to commit six figures.
Toronto, Canada is one of the most popular private jet travel destinations in the nation. Paramount Business Jets specializes in international and domestic private jet charter flights to and from Toronto using with the most luxurious and efficient on demand jet charter services in the market.
Here are some private business charter companies to choose from in Canada:
NovaJet’s business operations are available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Offering light, medium and heavy aircraft as well as helicopters for charter anywhere in the world. NovaJet is more than just a private jet charter company; NovaJet is fiscally responsible solution for all executive corporate travel. NovaJet was one of the first ARG/US Platinum rated companies in Canada, and still maintains the highest possible safety rating.
Skycharter Limited is the preferred private jet charter company in Canada. For over 40 years, we have served the Canadian business community in all of their travel needs. We are committed to helping you fly comfortably, in style, and with ease so that you can arrive to your destination completely relaxed.
Here’s a company that is disrupting the Private Luxury Flying industry:
VistaJet is a global business aviation company founded in 2004 by Thomas Flohr. The firm flies government, corporate and private clients between any two points, under a “pay for hours flown” fare structure.
Parent company: Vista Global Holding Limited
Company slogan: Simple, Efficient, Reliable Global luxury flying
Key people: Thomas Flohr Founder and Chair
Fleet size: 72 jets, 1 helicopter
VistaJet was originally named Air Executive when Flohr founded the business in 2004. Its then-headquarters were in Switzerland, with operations in Austria.
VistaJet’s business model is a “go-anywhere any-time” service, flying to destinations on demand rather than as part of a scheduled route. The jets are owned by the company and are hired out to clients at an hourly rate rather than leased.
VistaJet operates two passenger service offerings, named Program and Direct.
The Program is a multi-year subscription, with committed payments securing guaranteed availability to the entire fleet. It is marketed as an alternative to business jet ownership.
Direct sees customers requesting flights directly. It also grants access to preferential rates on empty legs and one-way flights, based on aircraft availability. VistaJet app launched in summer 2017.
Similarly, VistaJet’s business model is a reaction to Flohr’s experience of fractional jet ownership, where usage prices tend to be lower but the overall cost of ownership is potentially greater.
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