Experience vs. affordability.
That is the great debate in the private aviation community as we near the tail-end of 2018.
With charter competition heating up by the day, jet companies are focused on different objectives to maintain and grow their books of business. Some are zeroed in on providing premium white glove service to their clients. Others, meanwhile, have one objective — supplying the most affordable cost on the market.
Depending on your target consumer, both models appear to be working.
In 2018, private aviation is a lot more popular than a casual observer may think. According to findings from the Knight Frank’s 2018 Wealth Report, the number of private flights taking off in the United States has surpassed fractional flights. Charter flights now account for 27 percent of U.S. private flights, which comes in second to full charter ownership in the U.S.
Of course, all private jet flights have time and comfort benefits. All depart from private hangars, allow customers to avoid long lines, show up a mere moments before their flight, and walk straight onto the runway. But some companies, such as Triumph Jets and Big Game Air, are taking the ease and comfort one step further — providing any and every add-on amenity possible.
Exclusive day passes and hospitality accommodations at The Masters? Box seats at the finish line of the Kentucky Derby? Executive ground transportation waiting for you at any sporting event? Big Game Air has you covered. A special dinner reservation at an exclusive restaurant? A great deal at a premium hotel? Triumph Jets’ concierge team will do the planning for you.
Here at Triumph Jets we understand that our clients are not just interested getting from point A to point B. In addition to cost, safety and privacy, consumers want an elevated experience. With a host of exclusive amenities available to our clients, Triumph strives to take care of every detail, catered to your needs. Sit back and enjoy your flight and let our team take care of the rest.