Flight Options is the world's second largest private aviation company. SherpaReport recently talked to CEO, Mike Silvestro about the growth his company saw in 2012 and his views for 2013.
This new offering from Flexjet delivers special incentive jet card rates when traveling across the USA aboard Challenger 300 aircraft.
Demeure is a next generation online travel marketplace which works with high end rental agencies, luxury home owners and exchange networks. Trade to Travel (TTT) is one of the original pioneers in luxury vacation home exchange and arranges exceptional vacations for a discerning clientele. Together they are opening the Demeure marketplace to TTT owners.
The two luxury destination clubs are mutually opening some of their homes to members of the others club. This partnership will provide members of both clubs access to an even wider collection of luxury residences around the world.
Private aviation's largest fractional-share provider recently announced their "Supplemental Lift Assurance Program". Designed for flight departments as well as aircraft owners, this service provides full access to NetJets fleet. Participants in the program can use NetJets aircraft when there is an issue causing their own plane to be grounded (eg during unscheduled maintenance) and for providing supplemental lift throughout the year.
There are plenty of good reasons to join a destination club, but the clubs are not for everyone. Here's a run-down of the top reasons a destination club or vacation residence fund membership may not be right for you and your family.
These two destination clubs or luxury vacation clubs have quite a bit in common - for instance both were launched by Brent and Brad Handler, and both provide residences around the world - and, they also have their own unique distinctions. We review them side by side so that you can see the similarities and differences
Equity Estates just announced a multi-million dollar investment from Canadian based Luxus Group. The purchase of member interests marks the largest international transaction for Atlanta-based Equity Estates, and continues the trend of partnerships and cross investments between equity destination clubs.
One of the common questions when it comes to air travel is, "How much can I bring?" Whether traveling on a commercial airline or via private jet, there is no exception. With many people wanting to bring some of their toys along with them, such as golf clubs or skis, space can be a big concern.
The luxury destination club has increased its destination portfolio by more than 33% in 2012, adding 20 new destinations. Members now have access to more than 170 luxury residences and experiences in more than 60 of the world's most sought-after destinations.
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