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No matter whether you fly for professional or personal reasons, chartering a flight privately provides considerable advantages over commercially flying: Domestic traffic is quicker, simpler and more effective, with no delays, delays or cancellations. Save your precious valuable amount of work. There are many other destinations that can be reached by Privately-owned Airarter.
The smaller planes can be landed at these aerodromes, so you can get much nearer to your goal. If your route requires you to fly to more than one location in a shorter period of your life, our privately chartered flight allows you to concentrate multi-day, multi-stage travel on up to 25% of the usual flight times for standard business travel.
Every single move of your journey is first-rate. No matter if you want a limousine, a rented vehicle, catering for your plane or a hotel, we can fulfil your every wish. It is possible to book privately owned charters 24 hrs a week, 7 dgr.
An airplane doomed to failure remains flying until it is out of gas.
By 1788, a sailor from Britain was passing the magnificent snow-capped mountain range of north-west Washington - the summits seemed the ideal home for ancient Greeks, so he called them the Olympic Mountain. As the Olympic Hills got their name (1:42) On September 8, 1974, the famed go-getter Evel Knievel stepped into a steam-powered missile and tried to blow over the Snake River Canyon of Idaho.
In 1861, Mexico declined to repay the considerable debts it had to nations such as France. On March 27, 1977, at Los Rodeos International Airfield in Tenerife, Pan Am Flight 1736 sat on the taxiways and waited for takeoff.
In 1963 Martin Luther King Jr. and Ralph Abernathy marched through the roads of Birmingham, Alabama. There MLK wrote his famous, rousing epistle in defence of the Afro-American opposition. In 1965, the walk that resulted in MLK's arrest and famous 1:54 note prompted the United States to initiate a US operation, Operation Rolling Thunder, to help South Vietnam maintain its independent status.
On May 4, 1961, a coach with black-and-white militants against secregation, the so-called Freedom Riders, was brought to Alabama and immediately assaulted by members of the KKK.