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Exclusive Air Charters to Martinique: Warm Those Toes in the Lesser Antilles

by Admin 6. November 2014

Are you tired of having frozen toes, achy hands, red ears, post nasal drip and a box of tissues as your constant companion? If so, it’s time to gather the group and book exclusive air charters to Martinique. We’ll help you fly out of any airport of your choosing to the Lesser Antilles so you can thaw out on this 436-square mile stretch of paradise. If you and yours decide to take us up on the offer, here’s what you absolutely need to know:

Our state of the art Boeing aircraft are among the safest, most luxurious in the nation and we can customize their interiors to suit. There are no per-piece baggage fees, bag size restrictions, passenger name change penalties or ticketing fees involved. Plus, we offer a service guarantee to all of our exclusive air charter clientele, no matter the destination.

Most exclusive air charter flights to Martinique from Miami will take an average of 3.5 hours but we promise, you won’t be bored, thirsty or hungry. Our attentive, in-flight staff will be at the ready with gourmet foods, top shelf liquor, beer, wine and entertainment. Just let our concierges know of your group’s preferences well in advance of the scheduled departure date.

Speaking of which, try scheduling your group’s exclusive air charter departure date for sometime after October 31st. That way, you’re sure to bypass the island’s rainy season. It tends to kick off in early August and end in late October. As for the air temperatures and humidity, expect them both to be in the high 70s on most winter days and a little bit lower in the evening hours.

The time zone is UTC and sunset tends to occur around 3 or 4 p.m. On most days of the year, daylight normally peeks through the clouds around 5 or 6 a.m. With that said, it’s always nice to choose a beachfront hotel with panoramic views of either daily occurrence.

French, Creole and English are the three main languages you’ll hear spoken on the island and you’ll need to exchange your US dollars for the Euro. Electrical service at area lodging establishments tends to be 220 volts/50 AC, so a travel plug kit may be needed.

To learn more about booking exclusive air charters to Martinique, please contact us today. We can help put you and yours on the best islands year round.

Charter a Luxury Aircraft to NYC and See On the Town with Your Group

by Admin 30. October 2014
Busting at the seams with cultural diversions, NYC is a great destination for groups looking to charter a luxury aircraft and enjoy themselves immensely. Case in point, right now the ever popular Broadway musical, On the Town, is on offer to theatre loving groups. Directed by the incredibly talented John Rando, it features music by the renowned composer, Leonard Bernstein and dance routines by famed choreographer, Joshua Bergasse.

Groups can catch the two hour, 30-minute show at the Lyric Theatre, which sits prominently in the city’s beloved Times Square. It’s easy to get there from most area hotels and restaurants on foot or with the aid of public, ground transportation. The theatre’s best seats tend to be in one of four spots. They are the orchestra, balcony, dress circle and dress circle boxes. The orchestra and dress circle boxes tend to be the most expensive of the four areas.

Because the musical comedy’s list of central characters includes sailors on ship leave, groups may want to factor a visit to South Street Seaport District into their plans too. It features the South Street Seaport Museum, original Fulton Fish Market, vintage ships, a Maritime Crafts Center and much more. Groups should note that the fish market is still in operation but not in the same location. It’s now situated in the Hunt’s Point area of the Bronx and there is a restaurant onsite. It’s called the Fulton Cafe. They sell inexpensive breakfast and lunch items like tuna melts and make your own omelettes.

To charter a luxury aircraft to NYC and enjoy the activities we mentioned above with your group, please contact us at Miami International Air today. We can help personalize your group’s private flight with everything from NYC themed newsletters and gate side parties to gourmet seafood meals. Our fleet of Boeing 737s and personal concierges are ready to serve.

Adventurous International Destinations for Your Next Trip

by Admin 22. October 2014

It’s possible to find some adventure without flying halfway around the world. Some of the world’s best international destinations are closer than many people realize. Let’s take a look at a few places where you can get a taste of the exotic without spending half your vacation in the air.

Belize is still an emerging international destination, and you can still be ahead of the masses if you book a trip. It’s easy to get the impression that it’s mostly a place to be lazy on the beach. Adventurers, though, will find amazing Mayan ruins plus world-class caving and SCUBA diving. Caracol is a can’t-miss ruin for those who want to witness the former splendor of the Mayan civilization; experts are still uncovering the site, which once covered more ground than present-day Belize City.

The Actun Tunichil Muknal cave offers a long adventure up an underground river. Tours are guided, but do-it-yourself cavers can tap locals for tips on other cave adventures. Finally, SCUBA divers and snorkelers can spend some time checking out the world’s second-largest barrier reef. Be prepared for huge - but docile - stingrays, octopi, barracuda and other colorful marine life.

Costa Rica is no secret among international travelers. But that doesn’t mean it’s lost any appeal: active volcanoes, cloud forests packed with wildlife, one of the world’s best zip line adventures … what’s not to like? If you’ve ever wanted to see an active volcano, Volcan Arenal near the town of La Fortuna is your best bet. You can take a hike around its base, and then unwind at a local hot spring resort and maybe catch a glimpse of red-hot cinders bursting from its crater. If you like wildlife, Costa Rica is difficult to beat. You’re likely to encounter monkeys, iguana, coatis, sloths and a plethora of bird species.

And let’s talk about that zip line: The Original Canopy Tour location in Monteverde (there are others throughout Costa Rica, too) is two hours of adrenaline on a 70-acre site. You’ll glide among the treetops of an old-growth forest. Even if you claim to be afraid of heights, chances are you’ll be ready to go again by the time you’re finished.

Now, turn your eyes north to Canada: Adventure seekers know Vancouver and its surrounding area offer four seasons of fun. In the wintertime, people flock north of the city to hit the slopes in Whistler. In the less snowy-months, the area near Vancouver is the photogenic star of many mountain bike magazine covers. It’s known for mountain biking of all types: downhill, freeride, cross-country, pump tracks and any combination you can envision.

And let’s remember that Vancouver is a maritime city, so you’ll find everything from kayak tours to whale-watching tours - you’ll never forget the first time you spot an orca leap from the water. Finally, Vancouver is within range of glacier tours. It’s often an eye-opening experience that shows people that a glacier is far more than a static mass of ice. Experienced guides provide knowledge along with gear like crampons and ice axes.

Is your group of thrill seekers ready for international adventures? Contact us to arrange a private charter for your party.