With summer officially underway and luxury travelers eager to escape as many COVID-19-related restrictions are lifted, global private aviation leader Air Partner is reporting an uptick in inquiries for new flights and an increase in demand for travel to secluded Caribbean islands and outdoor-oriented U.S. destinations. Based on these new booking patterns, the company is offering insight into some of the summer travel destinations that will attract luxury travelers.
From vacationing in an individually appointed oceanfront cottage on a private island in the Bahamas to a luxury golf resort in the Cape Cod region of Massachusetts, luxury travelers are increasingly turning to charter as an alternative, safer way to fly this summer – and beyond. With access to routes instantly as they open up, as well as smaller airports that commercial flights can’t reach, Air Partner can take clients nearly anywhere they want to go, including the below destinations that are now available for travel:
In response to COVID-19, Air Partner has put additional safety measures in place on all of its flights with the support of its dedicated Safety & Security division and Redline Assured Security, which is responsible for advising airports, airlines, and critical national infrastructure properties around the world on risk management. All cabin surfaces are disinfected prior to every flight, and in addition, Air Partner is providing temperature checks at each airport prior to boarding, and ensuring social distancing is followed by all flight crew.
To help travelers plan ahead with peace of mind during these uncertain times, Air Partner’s JetCard membership program includes a flexible cancellation policy, which allows those flying within the company’s continental U.S. service area to change their destination, or cancel the trip entirely, up to 24 hours before the flight without incurring any cancellation fees. JetCard members also enjoy guaranteed availability of aircraft with a 12 hours’ notice, offering unprecedented flexibility in the private jet space.
To make a flight request, travelers may visit www.AirPartner.com or email Charter@AirPartner.com. Follow Air Partner on Instagram @airpartner, Twitter @airpartnerusa, and Facebook @airpartnerplc.