So, you want to charter a plan but you do not know where to go. Here is a list of the top destinations for Private Jet Charters. Originally published by CNN Travel.
According to the Knight Frank Wealth Report, there are around 320,000 general aviation airplanes flying today, of these, roughly 200,000 are based in the United States. General Aviation contributes $150 Billion USD to the US economy each year. In 2018, the US has seen a 4.8% increase in private jet charters.[Flickr Drinu_c]
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According to PrivateFly, London has been at the top of global destinations among their customers. Visiting the Queen at Buckingham Palace should always be top priority.[VisitLondon Photo]
Additionally, the London to Paris route has been one of the most popular because why not get a fresh croissant on Wednesday in front of the Eiffel Tower?
The Knight Frank Wealth Report, has New York to Washington as their most popular flight path. The 1-hour flight definitely beats a 3-hour train ride.
Knight Frank also has Los Angeles to Vegas as their second most popular destination. There is really no better way to get to Vegas from LA.
Ibiza also made the list as a hot summer destination. This shoreline is calling my name.
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