Executive Assistants

Executive Assistants and Travel Planners

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Is the FlyPrivate service right for me?

If you are looking for the flexibility of flying on any type of private jet you want without any financial commitment and to rely on a service other Executive Assistants trust every day, FlyPrivate makes sense for you.

How is it that FlyPrivate is able to offer such a better value than its competitors?

FlyPrivate has the experience, the method, and the proprietary software to offer the most cost-effective solutions in private aviation to its customers.

Can I request a specific make and model jet?

Absolutely. We have access to all makes and models of aircraft from turboprops to long-range heavy jets

What about safety?

FlyPrivate’s safety standards are in line with FAA Part 135 regulations in addition to the requirement of a third party safety audit from organizations such as ARG/US, Aviation Research Group of the United States. Learn more »

Can I get information on arrivals, departure times and ground transportation?

Our client services team can keep you updated of departure and arrivals to the minute. This allows us to efficiently keep you informed executive movements to confirm and adjust schedules on the ground for meetings and transportation. We hare happy to assist in the arrangement of your ground transportation should you require it. Our Client Services Team understands the importance of communication and devises a plan with you to make your travel as productive as possible.

Where does FlyPrivate source it’s aircraft from?

The aircraft are owned by corporations and high net worth individuals. These aircraft are hand picked on behalf of FlyPrivate’s customers and undergo an intense approval process.

How many passengers can I fit on a jet?

We recommend no more than 6 passengers on a Light Jet, no more than 7 on a Midsize and no more than 11 on a Heavy Jet.

How much luggage can we bring?

Light Jets have an average of 50 cubic feet of luggage space which is a little bit bigger than the average trunk in a mid-sized sedan. Midsized Jets typically have 60 cubic feet, while Heavy Jets can have 120 cubic feet of luggage space. If you intend to bring golf clubs, skis or have any other special luggage requirement, please let your client services representative know. We’re more than happy to help. Learn more »

How much notice do I need to give FlyPrivate on my flights?

FlyPrivate can get you off the ground as quickly as possible. We recommend that you contact us as soon as you are aware of possible trips.

If I cancel a flight, will I be charged a fee?

We’re not in the business of charging needless fees and realize that schedules change so we try to be as flexible as possible. However, some trips come with cancellation terms. We will make you aware of those terms upon booking.

Can I bring my pets with me on flights?

We love pets! Please be advised, however, that your pet must be restrained during takeoff and landing. We also require that you let your client services representative know if you are planning on bringing pets along with you on your flights. Learn more »

Additional Resources for Executive Assistants

For the past several years, FlyPrivate has been a proud partner and associate of Jan Jones. Jan Jones is the author of “The CEO’s Secret Weapon How Great Leaders and Their Assistants Maximize Productivity and Effectiveness”. The book debuted at #1 on Amazon’s Hot New Releases in the Office Management Category. It has received widespread acclaim from executives and executive assistants worldwide.

Jan spent 20 years as an esteemed international executive assistant to well-known business people, including personal development icon and author Tony Robbins. Jan is passionate about the executive assistant role and continues to champion the profession through speaking, mentoring and offering timeless, practical advice that is relevant to the day-to-day role of the executive assistant. We hope you enjoy her blogs as much as we do! 

Blogs for Executive Assistants by Author, Jan Jones 

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