West jet charter

When talking to a prospective operator, you will want to quiz him or her thoroughly. We have provided a Glossary of Terms to assist you with industry jargon. Any good charter operator will appreciate the opportunity to go through a prospective itinerary with you as long as you are serious about using their service and aren’t simply window-shopping or web-surfing.

Credentials are important. Review the operator’s operating certificate, safety record and/or insurance policy. If your company has unique insurance policies, discuss them. Additionally, there are companies that constantly monitor, analyze, and audit charter operators around the world, such as ARGUS International, Inc. ARGUS maintains a proprietary system of evaluating charter operators called CHEQ (Charter Evaluation and Qualification) that combines the factual safety history of a charter operator, aircraft and/or pilot, and compares that operator’s safety record against relative industry benchmarks.

Ask the operator for customer references. Call these customers and ask them questions about their business dealings with the operator. You should be able to get a quick sense of whether or not they are happy with the services they have been provided.

On this day in 1970, a British Dan-Air charter, flying a Comet 4 turbojet, crashes into the sea near Barcelona, Spain, killing 112 people.

The charter was commissioned by a tourist group who were headed for a summer vacation on the Spanish Mediterranean coast. The passengers boarded in the afternoon of July 3, the plane took off without incident and, as early evening approached, they neared their destination of Barcelona. The pilot called the air-traffic controller and indicated that they were 12 miles away and at 6,000 feet altitude.

This was the last anyone heard from the jet. No further contact was made to the air-traffic controllers. Witnesses in Mataro, Spain, spotted the plane going down. There were no survivors and the remains of the wreckage provided no clues as to the cause of the sudden crash. It remains a mystery.

Charter Limousine provides business travelers with a reliable and professional chauffeur driven service. Our chauffeurs make every effort to provide our business travelers with a stress free, comfortable, and discreet ride.

Our experienced chauffeurs transfer you safely to and from the airports whether you are arriving commercially or on a private aircraft. Flights are checked hourly for delays, early arrivals, or cancellations so that customers will be met at the airport at the appropriate scheduled time. This airline updating system also helps prevent waiting time and No Show costs. Our chauffeurs meet our customers in the baggage claim area of the airports holding a Charter Limousine sign with the passenger’s name.

Charter Limousine provides the latest and most stylish stretch limousines for wedding parties. With our special wedding packages your wedding planning will be perfect to the smallest detail. Availability is always limited during the most popular months so reserve your transportation early.

Make the most of your Key West vacation with a Barefoot Billy’s adventure on the water. Circle Key West on our famous Island Jet Ski Tour. Go on a dolphin watch and snorkel tropical waters. Relax on our dazzling Key West sunset cruise. Or fly through the air on our water-jet powered Flyboard experience. Barefoot Billy’s also rents top-notch toys for getting around Key West on land and sea.

Jump on one of Barefoot Billy’s Yamaha Waverunners and cruise around the island on a 2-hour guided jet ski tour. Look out for an array of Florida Keys’ wildlife as you speed your way through our Caribbean waters.

The tour begins with safety instructions from our expert guides, providing you with the confidence to get the most out of your island jet ski experience. Once comfortable with your jet ski, you will follow your knowledgeable guide on a 27 mile course, completely circumnavigating Key West, a task impossible by most watercraft.