Why You Should Choose Global Air Charters, to Europe.
Today’s private jet market is no longer simply a tool of extreme comfort; it’s a means for maximizing profits, while also allowing you to spend more time with your family and loved ones.
High-level executives know that time is valuable. Lost time leads to lost revenue, lost clients and lost opportunities. Global Air Charters sets the bar higher. Our bespoke company culture and level of attention to your needs and desires are second to none.
The next time you fly private charter to Europe, choose Global Air Charters.
Here’s how Global Air Charters can benefit you:
Save valuable time by flying direct to an airport near your meeting
Cut out the burden of connecting flights, and delays
Eliminate airport security delays, and arrive well-rested
Travel with valuable cargo and access it at your convenience
Easily conduct private business meetings and remain productive while in the air
Flying private charter to Europe, for the upcoming business trip, especially for high-level executives, is ideal. Global Air Charters’s premier aviation charter services make flying to Europe for business a convenient, luxurious, and expedient endeavor.
Look no further, we’ve gathered a list of 7 Warm Winter Getaways for 2019 for a reprieve from the upcoming winter months. Head south for the winter for amazing weather, white-sand beaches, and great food.
With St. Thomas, St. John, or St. Croix, you can’t go wrong. Known as “America’s Caribbean Paradise”, the U.S. Virgin Islands are the place to go to for sunny beaches, lows of 70 and highs of 85 in the winter months, and countless islets and cays. A perfect combination of nature, pampering, and history. And there’s no need to worry about changing currency, you can pay for everything in the Virgin Islands with U.S. dollars.
Wander through St. Thomas and see the luxury it offers such as yachts moored in the harbor and the high-end stores along Main Street. St. John is for nature lovers and romantics, offering more than 7,000 acres of dedicated parkland plus surrounding pristine beaches. For more of a historical take on the Islands, visit St. Croix as it has sugar cane plantations and rum distilleries that offer a glimpse into the past and present of the Virgin Islands.
Rio de Janeiro, Brazil
The glittering metropolis Rio is known as the Marvelous City. The city’s beaches are endless white sand surrounded by lush rainforests and a backdrop of lovely green mountains, this city is stunning from every angle. Are you a big sports fan? So is Brazil. In Rio, you can go see Maracanã Stadium, where the 2014 World Cup finals and the 2016 Olympic Games were held.
Known for its dense rainforests, abundance of wildlife, and unspoiled beaches, Costa Rica remains a favorite destination for many. Hiking through active volcanoes, zip lining through cloud-covered rainforests, and surfing? Costa Rica is compact but offers diverse experiences including the tropical paradise and outdoor adventures and activities. Roam thick jungles or visit the beaches this “Rich Coast” has to offer. Live the pure life by kicking back and admiring the beautiful scenery.
Who doesn’t love year-round summer weather? Regardless of the time of year, the Caymans stay rather consistent at 80+ degrees all year long. In the Caymans, sunsets are supreme. With three islands to choose from, Grand Cayman, Cayman Brac, and Little Cayman, the options are endless. The three islands offer magnificent diving and snorkeling on the well-kept reefs at more than 360 dive sites across the three islands. Grand Cayman, the largest island, has the 7-mile beach which is known for its stunning hotels, restaurants offering the freshest seafood, and obviously the 7-mile beach.
Turks and Caicos
The Turks and Caicos truly embody the phrase “island time” with white sand beaches, perfectly clear blue water, colorful coral reefs, and a relaxed, lighthearted atmosphere. Turks and Caicos continues to uphold its reputation as a secluded and exclusive destination. Made up of a network of 40 islands and cays, Turks and Caicos has much to offer. Find glamor in Providenciales which hosts a variety of luxurious hotels. Travel to Grand Turk to experience history and culture with the Turks and Caicos National Museum or along the shores of Cockburn Town where Christopher Columbus docked in the Western Hemisphere for the first time. Explore some of the best diving spots in the world in Salt Cay including one of the largest reef systems.
This tucked-away jewel on Mexico’s eastern coast has grown into a coveted vacation over the past few years. On top of the wonderful beaches and Caribbean Sea, Tulum has some of the best-preserved Mayan ruins in the Western Hemisphere. A quiet alternative to other Mexican cities, Tulum also has bioreserves and underground water-filled caverns to be explored.
While a lot of destinations in the Caribbean offer beautiful white-sand beaches and well-manicured golf courses, Barbados has its own set of qualifications. In Barbados, visitors can attend a cricket or polo match, dance to a calypso or reggae song, and sip on a variety of rums. While some people decide to spend all day on the beaches, there is plenty to do inland. This island is brimming with architecture and a dedicated sports culture. Being the easternmost island in the Caribbean, Barbados has a mix of cultures. After gaining independence from Great Britain in 1966, Barbados still loves British traditions such as afternoon tea and horse races.
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Many people go back to work or school in September, which makes it the perfect time for a vacation. If crowds and heat deter you from visiting Europe in the summer, going in September is a great solution. The busy season in Europe ends as September begins, meaning there are fewer crowds and better weather. A September European city break will be tranquil and rewarding, just what the doctor ordered.
The Regata Storica is a tradition held dearly by the Venetians. It consists of a historical boat parade, followed by a series of rowing races. The first Regata Storica was organized in 1841, as an annual boat race on the Canal Grande, where the best gondoliers show off their skills. Today, thousands of boats of all types gather in St. Mark’s Bay to participate in the most popular race of the event, the gondolini regatta.
Budapest, Hungary for the Wine Festival
September 5 – September 8
The Budapest International Wine Festival is dedicated to world-renown Hungarian wines. However, the festival is for everyone, not just wine lovers. In addition to the wine, people interested in gastronomy, local traditions, and cultural programs find the festival wonderful as well. Held on the grounds of the breathtaking Buda Castle, with views over the city, the festival quickly seduces participants with its unique historical setting. The International Wine Festival has become a prestigious event on Hungary’s cultural agenda due to its expansive program.
The festival includes wine auctions, artistic performances, and live folk music. Discover the art of winemaking while sampling Hungarian wines and culinary delicacies. Check out the Harvest Procession to the Buda Castle on the first day of the festival. In addition to the festival, check out the famous thermal baths of Budapest, the amazing Gothic architecture of the Parliament, and the numerous historical and cultural sights that the Hungarian capitol has to offer.
Barcelona, Spain for the Festes de la Merce
September 20 – September 24
Every year, Barcelona hosts its biggest annual festival in honor of the Patron Saint of Barcelona. Les Festes de La Mercè has been the official city holiday since 1871. La Mercè is a five day long lively street party featuring hundreds of events centered on Catalan culture and heritage. There are also live music shows and parades that keep the atmosphere animated at every moment. Need more to see in Barcelona? Tour the city’s amazing architectural works of Gaudi to beaches and flamenco bars.
Galway, Ireland for the International Oyster Festival
The Galway International Oyster and Seafood Festival is the second most famous Irish festival after St. Patrick’s Day. As one of the longest running food festivals on the continent, this festival welcomes visitors with a variety of events. Attend such mouthwatering events as oyster opening championships, oyster eating competitions, cooking demonstrations, cooking contests, culinary tours, and food tasting in some of the finest restaurants in the city. The number of participants who seem to love the combination of oysters and champagne grows every year. Explore Ireland’s most artistic city while eating at traditional Irish pubs and listening to folk music.
Munich, Germany for the Oktoberfest
September 21 – October 6
Oktoberfest is a legendary folk festival in Munich where millions of visitors flock for the largest celebration of beer in the world. Despite the name, the festival starts in September. The festival takes place in a meadow outside of the city center. Massive tents are set up to accommodate the crowds. During the festival, accompany your beer with traditional grilled sausages and giant pretzels. The festival isn’t all drinking and eating, there is a lot of dancing and singing involved. The festival features bustling parades of carriages and people dressed in traditional Bavarian costumes, live fold music, and fairground rides. Need more reasons to get to Munich? The city is popular on its own. For example, Munich is brimming with attractions including museums, art galleries, architectural gems, and nightlife.
In short, Europe in September is the perfect time to visit.
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Ahhh, Europe in August. We’ve got a list of the events and experiences you need to attend this August. Warm weather and cold gelato, hot air balloons and tea. These travel destinations are a great way to upgrade your summer to one your family will never forget. Here are some of the best things to do in Europe this August.
Held every year in Salzburg, Austria, the birthplace of Mozart, is the Salzburg Festival. The festival hosts the world’s best and most famous opera singers, musicians, conductors, and orchestras to perform in the Baroque historic center of Salzburg. After the festival, take advantage of what the city has to offer including lake excursions and golfing.
Festival Fringe in Edinburgh
August 2 – August 26
The Festival Fringe held in Edinburg, Scotland is the largest and most inclusive celebration of arts and culture in the world. With over 50,000 performances, there are shows to match all tastes and expectations. This iconic arts festival welcomes both famous names from the world of entertainment and unknown artists looking to expand their audience. With an emphasis on comedy and theater, the variety of performances includes dance, cabaret, musicals, opera, exhibition, spoken word, and live concerts.
International Balloon Fiesta in Bristol
August 8 – August 11
The International Balloon Fiesta in Bristol, England is the largest annual meeting of hot air balloons. This decades-old tradition brings over a hundred hot hair balloons from all over the world to its skyline. The fiesta lasts four days at the Ashton Court Estate where visitors can enjoy a breakfast of tea and toast while watching the rise of the balloons at dawn on the first day.
Notting Hill Carnival in London
August 24 – August 26
Every year London, England hosts the Notting Hill Carnival, a multiple-day celebration of London’s Caribbean communities. The Notting Hill Carnival is the largest street festival in Europe, with more than one million participants every year. This event highlights the best of Caribbean heritage and culture while bringing live music, dance performances, delicious Caribbean food, parades, and costumes to the streets of London. This event shows off the multicultural character of London with a spectacle of colors, sounds, and flavors.
Tivoli Gardens in Copenhagen
Copenhagen, Denmark is known for many things, like being the home of Hans Christian Andersen, but it is also known for Tivoli Gardens. The most visited theme park in Scandinavia and the second-oldest operating amusement park in the world, Tivoli Gardens is supposedly where Walt Disney got the idea for Disneyland. There’s more to it then roller coasters and spun sugar, there are ballet performances, stretches of tulips, Chinese pagodas, and peacocks casually strolling down the sidewalks.
Grand Bazaar in Istanbul
Istanbul, Turkey has a shopping mall unlike any other. The Grand Bazaar is one of the oldest and largest markets in the world, with construction dating back to the 1400s. Featuring more than 5,000 stalls offering just about everything you could imagine including jewelry, textiles, ceramics, carpets, old coins, leather goods, lanterns, tea handbags, watches, and shoes. Check out the Grand Bazaar, for a shopping experience unlike any other, check
Zugspitze Beer Garden in Bavaria
The Zugspitze Beer Garden is the highest in Germany as it sits atop the Zugspitze, which so happens to be the highest mountain in Germany at exactly 9,700 feet above sea level. It also has some of the best views in the country with an impressive 360-degree panorama that shows off the extensive views of over 400 mountain peaks in four countries. Germany’s most famous mountain also has two toboggan runs, Germany’s highest church, an igloo village, and excellent mountain restaurants.
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We’ve got you covered with 7 things to do in Europe this summer! Don’t miss out on these events and destinations this summer! From Wimbledon to the Cinque Terre, Global Air Charters provides luxury air charters to your favorite destinations.
Wimbledon is fast approaching! During the first half of July in London, the greats like Roger Federer, Venus Williams, Naomi Osaka, and other rising stars will duke it out to see who wins this year. You could be in the stands as history is made!
Tour de France, July 6th
The Tour de France is over 100 years old and remains one of the greatest races. Be there, in the action, as cyclists race around the track to see who crosses the finish line first. See them whip around the streets of Paris and the Arc de Triomphe.
Bastille Day, July 14th
The most important French national holiday falls on Sunday, July 14th this year. You can watch fireworks at the Eiffel Tower or the hour-long show at Versailles, attend a Firemen’s Ball, or go to the annual garden party in the city centre of Saint Cloud.
Tomorrowland, July 19st-21st and 26th-28th
Over 400,000 people attended the Tomorrowland festival in Boom, Belgium in 2018. This year, the line-up includes artists such as Steve Aoki, The Chainsmokers, Tiësto, Louis the Child, DJ Snake, and Jonas Blue. With 16 stages of music and 400+ performances each weekend, get ready to dance the night away!
Wondering what else you can do in Europe this summer?
Rounding out our 7 things to do in Europe this summer, visit London, Paris, or Rome for an unforgettable trip.
Get to Paris to eat baguettes under the Eiffel Tower, see the Mona Lisa at the Louvre, or visit Versailles to see the gilded palace and the gardens of Louis XIV. Want more? Take a cruise along the Seine, visit the booksellers that line the streets, or snack on macaroons as you stroll down the Champs-Élysées.
Visit Rome to see the home of the Pope in Vatican City or eat gelato as you walk around the Pantheon, Trevi Fountain, or Colosseum. In the mood for an elegant wine in the midst of some of the finest wine country in the world? Take a trip north to Florence to have a glass of Chianti. Or head west to one of the Cinque Terre cities nestled along the coast.
In London, you can visit the sites of the 2012 Olympics, Westminster Abbey, the National Gallery, see a show like Phantom of the Opera, or even visit Stonehenge. Sip a Peroni or try fish and chips or a Crodough to really get a taste of the city. Traveling with kids? Take them to the Warner Brothers studio tour of The Making of Harry Potter.
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Stanley Cup Finals and NHL Playoffs, Starts April 10th
Take a trip to enjoy the hard-hitting action of the NHL playoffs. The Stanley Cup is the oldest existing trophy to be awarded to a professional sports franchise. The winter season may be behind us, but the hockey excitement is just getting started!
Coachella, April 12th-21st
Coachella returns to the Empire Polo Club in Indio for back-to-back weekends full of hot sun, great people, and awesome music. Headliners for this year’s festival include Childish Gambino, Tame Impala, and Ariana Grande. In addition to the music happening on multiple stages, attendees can enjoy large-scale art installations, a ferris wheel, great food, and much more!
NBA Finals and Playoffs, April 13th – May 30th
The NBA playoffs are heart pounding and fast-paced. You won’t want to miss a moment of this excitement. Travel to cheer on your favorite team and watch them make history. Keep up with all of the games and watch the battle between the Western Conference and Eastern Conference winners at the NBA Finals.
NFL Draft, April 25th-27th
The annual NFL Draft gives teams the opportunity to infuse their rosters with new talent. Terry Bradshaw, Earl Campbell, Bruce Smith, and Andrew Luck have at least two things in common; they are NFL superstars, and they were all No. 1 picks in the first round of the NFL Draft. Make Nashville your pick for the 2019 NFL Draft.
Kentucky Derby, May 4th
Don’t miss the two most exciting minutes in sports! The 145th Kentucky Derby is May 4th and will kick-off the first of the three Triple Crown races. Top thoroughbreds, riders, trainers and owners from around the world will compete in the “Run for the Roses” at Churchill Downs. Feel the thrill of race day while sipping a mint julep and take in one of the oldest traditions in the country.
Preakness Stakes, May 18th
The Preakness Stakes holds a special place in Maryland’s history and heritage. This is an event where racing tradition runs deep. The greatest Thoroughbreds in the world head to the Pimlico Race Course on May 18th. This is the second race on the Triple Crown series and serves as a true test of a horse’s raw ability and composure. All eyes are on the Preakness Stakes for a Triple Crown winning horse; if it doesn’t happen at the Preakness, it doesn’t happen at all.
Monaco Grand Prix, May 22nd – 26th
The motorsport icon that every circuit driver dreams of winning. Experience the 2019 Monaco Grand Prix at the Circuit de Monaco. Watch the drivers navigate one of the most demanding tracks in Formula One, and enjoy an exceptional location of glamour and prestige.
Belmont Stakes, June 8th
The Belmont Stakes is the third and final race on the Triple Crown series. It is the longest and most challenging of the three Thoroughbred races. Held every June in Elmont, NY, this race is where history is made. War Admiral, Secretariat, American Pharoh, Justify and other elite horses have stamped their success on the ultimate title; Triple Crown Winner.
Bonnaroo, June 13th-16th
Thousands of happy campers. Hundreds of acres of Tennessee nature. 150+ epic performances. 10+ stages of music. 4 full days of adventure & entertainment that goes all night long. You will NOT be bored. This year’s line-up includes Childish Gambino, Post Malone, Odesza, The Lumineers, and many more talented performers. You won’t want to miss it!
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ST. PAUL, Minn. — Global Air Charters, a full-service Part 135-certified aviation charter and management company, has added another Gulfstream business jet to its fleet of aircraft. With a range of 3,900 miles, the Gulfstream is available for domestic and international service.
The N129NS Gulfstream has a roomy, tasteful interior—accommodating up to 13 passengers. The aircraft features two sleeping berths in the aft cabin, a full-service galley for serving hot meals and two well-appointed lavatories. Inflight amenities include satellite telephone, internet access as well as an on-board entertainment system.
“Customers will benefit from the Gulfstream’s extensive range and spacious cabin,” says Richard C. Page, executive vice president of Global Air Charters. “We are excited about this addition to our fleet. Our continued growth is a result of the dedication of our experienced team of aviation professionals in management, flight operations, safety, service and maintenance.”
Global Air Charters, St. Paul, MN, has added a third Gulfstream to it’s growing fleet. This will be the third Gulfstream available from Global Air Charters, in addition to their 16 seat GIV-SP, N171JC. This newest G-IV, N44CE, boasts 12 seats, offers coast to coast range, accompanied by a spacious cabin and state of the art flight deck. With customer care, safety, and comfort at the forefront, Global Air Charters strives to ensure you feel at home wherever you travel. Additionally, all our premium business jets come with complimentary domestic WiFi and a flight attendant on every flight.
Furthermore, Global Air Charters has seen a growing interest in intercontinental trips, which inspired the need to add the third G-IV. “As we continue to expand our business, we will look to bring on other heavy jets that are frequently requested” stated Paul Rodsjo, Director of Operations for Global Air Charters. Accordingly, Global Air Charter’s continued growth is a result of a dedicated team of aviation professionals in all aspects of the company. Global Air Charters is a Wyvern Wingman operator, a collection of aviation best practices and the highest audit standard in the aviation industry.
In fact, the Global Air Charters team dedication and hard work has positioned them as a top choice for private air travel.