Celebrity Private Jet
While most of us are wondering if it’s safe to fly in today’s world or weather we want to jump the hoops just to catch a plane, celebrities are jet setting around the globe racking up miles on celebrity private jets.
Tony Blair enraged environmental groups when he said he was not about to give up long haul flights. Even though the amount of emissions that the airline contributes to green house gasses is very small environmentalists feel it as important part of cutting out carbon emissions. While some of us may be thinking twice about whether we should fly for what ever reason the celebrities are jumping on their celebrity private jets.
Donatella Versace is so wealthy it’s almost impossible to comprehend and with that wealth comes a very luxurious celebrity jet for which going green means the color choice for this seasons runway. Donatella will continue to enjoy those leather sofas and fine wine as he jet sets around the world.
Tom Cruise has been nick named “emissions impossible.” After all here is a man that takes celebrity private jets to heart owning three of his own. In fact it’s been reported that he sent one of his private jets out to pick up some organic veggies. Must be nice!
John Travolta leaves the larges carbon footprint of any of the stars with his Boeing 707 parked on his front lawn beside his Lear and Gulfstream. No wonder he calls his home Jumbolair. He’s got more than 5000 hours logged as a pilot. Oh well at least he was quick to help out with Hurricane Katrina.
Simon Cowell is a man that enjoys his lifestyle and is not about to apologize fore it. He loves the champagne and there is not a no smoking sign hanging in his face.
Phillip Green is a billionaire who owns more than 2,500 stores. He avoids the tax man by living in Monaco but has no problem contributing his share or carbon to the atmosphere traveling almost daily between London and Monaco in his Gulfstream. The irony is that Topshop a chain of stores he owns promotes the “highest environmental standards.” I guess what’s good for the gander is not always good for the goose.
Roman Abramovich governor of an eastern Russian province and even though his province might be struggling he certainly is not with daddy’s celebrity private jets which include a Boeing 767 that would normally seat 180 people. The renovation itself cost millions but wow! now you get enjoy giant plasma screens, beautiful mahogany and walnut furniture accented with real gold. This is really a jet for billionaires.
Michael O’Leary is the number one environmental enemy. He will proudly declare he intends to increase his carbon emissions by purchasing more celebrity private jets. He argues the airline only contributes 2% to the world’s carbon emissions and that there are bigger fish to fly.
Celebrity private jets are not about to leave the skies soon in fact you are likely to find more of them rather than less regardless of concerns for the environment and carbon emissions. Heck if you’ve got it – use it – you only live once. And if you really want to get down to the environmental issues industry is where we might begin!
Flying With Style on a Private Jet
Frequent travelers for business or leisure or provided opportunities to fly regularly on commercial airlines. It is a widely accepted and preferred method of transportations for millions of people all over the world. Most of these commuters and travelers have not yet been exposed to the elite comfort a private jet can offer.
Rather than be subject to the terms of the commercial airline (and packed onto a plane with any number of people traveling in the same direction) chartering a private jet offers service catered to the individual with an elevated sensitivity to passenger needs.
Flying privately offers a luxury and comfort that no airline other than the Concord could boast. When chartering a private plane the passenger becomes the client and is treated such in a positive manner. The staff on these charters is generally of the highest quality from pilot to steward as they, too, prefer to fly privately.
Private jets can be chartered as a destination specific flight. Avoiding layovers and switching planes is ideal for any traveler who values the journey as much as the destination.
When taking service and convenience into consideration as a value related to cost it is difficult to argue with private charters. Businesses will often charter jets to entertain clientele or potential buyers, which is a reflection of the quality private flying exudes.
Many of these charters are based out of large metropolitan or international airports, defeating the stigma of smaller planes taking off and landing at insufficient facilities. Prices will of course vary by distance and amenities but are highly competitive and often negotiable. Finding a private charter is as easy as consulting a local directory, researching on-line or contacting one of the larger private charter companies.
Sunny Jamaica Beckons
Irie Irie. Every little thing’s gonna ‘be all right, Mon. And so it will, especially if you take your next Caribbean vacation to the lovely island of Jamaica and kick it up a notch by chartering a private jet to take you there. Home to Usain Bolt, the fastest man on the planet and the legendary Bob Marley, the island has something for everyone under its tropical skies.
Located just 145 miles south of Cuba, the country of Jamaica is a fantastic blend of culture, food, sparkling waters, soft warm sand, fascinating natural attractions and a history that is just waiting to be explored through its forts, historical buildings and plantation past .
With three international airports, large enough for the commercial jets with long runways and modern amenities, to the local commuter airports and private landing strips strewn throughout the island, a charter has plenty of options and allows you a tailor made vacation to the sun.
Dunn’s River Falls is just one of the highlights as you stand below and marvel at the water cascading down the rock formations. The climb up to the top may look complicated, but with an expert guide you will marvel at the lovely views while relaxing in one of many tide pools along the way.
If the falls are just too commercial, you won’t want to miss Blue Hole, a still largely undisturbed natural attraction where you can swim, explore caves, watch cliff divers and explore the many formations, waterfalls and trails in the area.
Not to be missed is Dolphin Cove, where visitors swim and play with the beautiful bottlenose dolphins, take boat rides, check out what’s beneath the surface in a glass-bottom kayak or see the displays of other marine life that lives onsite.
For the true adventurer, Jamaica is also home to Mystic Mountain, where you can take a bobsled ride, yes, in the Caribbean, or take to a zip line through the lush tropical rainforest.
If all you want to do is laze on the beach, take to the water with a variety of watersports or go sailing, the island has all of that in spades. Beautiful stretches of palm tree lined warm sand complete with crystal clear waters beckon families and couples alike.
Take a sunset cruise, dine under the stars or have a day of pampering at any number of spas; the island is a true respite from the world and one that will have you longing to return.
Charter your next trip to Jamaica and have your vacation your way, amid the beauty, history and culture that make this nation a fantastic place in the sun.