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Corporate Jets: Taking Flight!

By: Matthew C. Keegan

Flying on a 40 million dollar corporate jet is an experience like none other. Being attended to by a skilled corporate flight attendant in the opulent splendor of your luxuriously appointed cabin is something that you will not soon forget. Are you interested in leasing or renting a private jet? If so, the following information will help you in your quest. Safe flying!

Most people get their first taste of private jet flying by chartering a flight. Businesses, celebrities, and private individuals and families all peruse this service. You can too and the following list features some of the companies willing and able to provide this type of service for you:

Clay Lacy Aviation

Jet Aviation

Key Air

Million Air

Regal Aviation

TAG Aviation

The Air Group

This list is by no means exhaustive. For additional detailed information, please visit www.corporateflyer.net/PJCO.htm for all the top names.

There are also companies that will sell you fractional ownership in a private jet. What this means is that you can co-own part of an aircraft and fly it or a similar jet as needed. For details about how this works, visit the following companies web sites for information:

CitationShares

Flexjet

Flight Options

Netjets

Finally, there are several companies whose expressed business is to help you broker a flight. The better companies maintain extensive databases containing information about all the available jets that can be chartered. Some of the top companies include:

Air Royale

Bluestarjets

L&L International

Marquis Jets

Sentient

Your first flight is nearer than you think. Charter a jet today and take off to the destination of your choice!

Copyright 2005 -- Matthew Keegan is the owner of a successful article writing, web design, and marketing business based in North Carolina, USA. He manages several sites including the Corporate Flight Attendant Community and the Aviation Employment Board. Please visit The Article Writer to review selections from his portfolio.

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