Private Chartered Jets – Not the Waste of Money You Might Have Thought

By on November 29, 2017

conducting business with no interruptions or distractions the entire flight. You could have also continued your very private business conversations without fear of damaging your company or giving away corporate secrets to the people sitting near you.

Now this next part might be a little tough to swallow if you are your average middle-class American but I think we often fail to realize just how much these high-powered executives get paid. For them time truly is money, and it isn’t at all outside the realm of reason for them to pull in a whopping $ 400-500 per hour for their time. Every minute they are stuck in a line, waiting for a bag, taking their shoes off to satisfy the TSA’s foot fetish or commuting extra miles is money a company is simply throwing away. So with that in mind…

After factoring in lost time due to lines, early arrivals, check-in, baggage claim, commuting from a potentially distant airport and potentially limited productivity due to in-flight

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