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Two Caribbean Destinations for Summer Meeting Travel

by Admin 25. June 2015

Summertime remains the best time of the year for meeting travel. Your employees aren't busy with a crazy amount of holiday activities, nor do those with children have to worry about getting their kids to and from school. Consider planning a meeting in Aruba or San Juan, two of the Caribbean's most picturesque islands. Both offer a wide array of activities and attractions to complement your meeting schedule.

Aruba
Located of the coast of Venezuela, Aruba's white, sandy beaches and happening nightlife offer a nice respite from everyday life. When you aren't conducting business head to Aruba's famous Palm Beach to soak up the tropical sun. After a long day of meetings and relaxing on the beach, head to one of the island's many casinos. Aruba is the location for seeking out water activities; visitors can snorkel and dive to see the Antilla, one of the largest shipwrecks in the Caribbean. Consider renting motorcycles or scooters to explore the lighthouses and old Dutch windmills scattered around the island.

Puerto Rico
If your summer meeting travel takes you to Puerto Rico, you will also find nice beaches and opportunities for water-sports. However, your visit must include spending time in Old San Juan. This historic part of San Juan's capital has quaint little shops, eateries and bars to explore. After taking care of business, consider a trip to the Bacardi Rum Factory or taking a trek through Puerto Rico's rainforest, El Yunque. Puerto Rico's famous Condado Beach offers a wide array of business friendly resorts and hotels with meeting rooms.

 

 

 

 

Contact us today, so we can help you with your summer meeting travel to the Caribbean.

 

Two Caribbean Destinations for Summer Meeting Travel

by Admin 25. June 2015

Summertime remains the best time of the year for meeting travel. Your employees aren't busy with a crazy amount of holiday activities, nor do those with children have to worry about getting their kids to and from school. Consider planning a meeting in Aruba or San Juan, two of the Caribbean's most picturesque islands. Both offer a wide array of activities and attractions to complement your meeting schedule.

Aruba
Located of the coast of Venezuela, Aruba's white, sandy beaches and happening nightlife offer a nice respite from everyday life. When you aren't conducting business head to Aruba's famous Palm Beach to soak up the tropical sun. After a long day of meetings and relaxing on the beach, head to one of the island's many casinos. Aruba is the location for seeking out water activities; visitors can snorkel and dive to see the Antilla, one of the largest shipwrecks in the Caribbean. Consider renting motorcycles or scooters to explore the lighthouses and old Dutch windmills scattered around the island.

Puerto Rico
If your summer meeting travel takes you to Puerto Rico, you will also find nice beaches and opportunities for water-sports. However, your visit must include spending time in Old San Juan. This historic part of San Juan's capital has quaint little shops, eateries and bars to explore. After taking care of business, consider a trip to the Bacardi Rum Factory or taking a trek through Puerto Rico's rainforest, El Yunque. Puerto Rico's famous Condado Beach offers a wide array of business friendly resorts and hotels with meeting rooms.

 

 

 

 

Contact us today, so we can help you with your summer meeting travel to the Caribbean.

Rethinking the Definition of "Economy"

by Robert 15. June 2015

Trying to get your group to an event or meeting? Mention the word "economy" and "air travel" in the same breath, and the response is always the same: a very loud groan. It's pure misery these days. Now try combining "economy" with "charter"... and expect to hear a gasp.

Impossible, they'll tell you. But you can just smile. You have the perfect solution, Miami Air International.

Getting a group of 68-168 people somewhere seems like an enormous and expensive task. Coordinating individual flights on commercial airlines is a logistical nightmare. And the cheaper the airfare, the higher the add-on fees: baggage, aisle seats, priority boarding, food ... Forget about cancellation fees or having someone take your place. The costs can skyrocket. Your budget explodes.

Remember that time and energy have value, too. Instead of trying to get people to the same place at the same time--across the U.S. or internationally--consider the financial benefits of air charter:

·       Your group can meet at a convenient and affordable hub airport.
·       The entire baggage hold is dedicated to your trip--no charge for multiple or heavy luggage.
·       The passenger manifest can be changed as often as needed before take-off.
·       In the event of a company-related delay, transportation on another carrier is provided without charge.
·       Without the hassles of tickets, check-in, or long lines, passengers can save time at private airports.
·       The outstanding service and attention to your group's unique needs means that everyone arrives at the destination relaxed and ready to roll.
·       Unsurpassed safety standards means peace of mind for everyone.

As they say in the ad: "Priceless."

When you're ready to redefine economy, just contact us. We're excited to help you with your air travel needs.