Look up flights. Book a flight. Pack your bags. Check-in. Figure out transportation to the airport, then to your destination. Coordinate schedules, and book hotels. Once the trip is over, make the return flight home.
These are just the basics of air travel.
While traveling can and at times should be exciting, it can also end up becoming quite the hassle. Being at the mercy of a commercial airline can be mentally draining and wildly frustrating, and no company hates to see people fuming over missed connections and delays more than the Colorado private jet company, Mountain Aviation.
Mountain Aviation is committed to not only helping clients find effective solutions for air travel, but to make the experience effortless and easy. The boarding processing could not be easier: clients simply pull up, load their bags, and are departing within 15 minutes.
“We can have you to a meeting in Manhattan before your flight even leaves Denver International Airport,” says Malachi O’Neill, Vice President of Business Development at Mountain Aviation.
Ok, but what about the cost?
While flying privately has the perception of being an expensive, high-end form of transportation, even a luxury, traveling by private jet might not be as farfetched as it might sound.
According to the National Business Aviation Association, around 80% of private flights are middle management business flights. Such flights are often specifically used for business meetings and productivity sessions.
Fortunately, Mountain Aviation has a full-stop concierge team to help with all aspects of bookings and travel. From ground transportation to meals, weather forecasting to meeting times, all the boxes of potential needs and desires are checked seamlessly.
Mountain Aviation is on top of the traveling logistics, so clients don’t have to be.
By choosing a path of lesser resistance when it comes to air travel, clients also get to invest more energy into the fun stuff. For most of the Mountain Aviation crew, that would mean enjoying the great outdoors and the magnificent beauty of the state of Colorado. For many of their clientele, that means mountain town destinations, and adventuring and exploring hotspots like Aspen, Vail, Telluride, and Jackson Hole.
With the growth of remote work and the digital economy, flexibility has become paramount to traveling. Smartly, Mountain Aviation is actively responding to the shifts in the demand. After all, it’s all about the clientele, first and foremost.
O’Neill is committed to shaping his business with the bigger picture in mind. When clients are better situated to succeed in part because of Mountain Aviation’s services—be it a high-stakes urgent medical delivery for an organ to a remote hospital, or a successful run-of-the-mill business meeting that operates smoothly—everybody walks away from the experience a winner.
If wondering about your next travel plans, personal or business, it’s worth checking out what Mountain Aviation can make possible for you and your team, family, or group of friends.