Take a Private Jet to the Summer 2012 Olympic GamesThousands of people will watch the Olympics this summer on their television sets, but JetCharters.com offers a better way to experience the games. With less than 90 days until the Games begin, JetCharters.com still has charter aircraft available to take passengers over to London to experience a piece of world history.
Knoxville, TN (PRWEB) April 30, 2012
There's only one thing better than watching the flame of the Olympic torch during the opening ceremonies of the 2012 Summer Games on television in high definition and that's being there in person.
Getting to the 2012 Summer Games in London is something that thousands of people all over the world will be doing, but only some will get there by private jet. That's where JetCharters.com comes in.
The Games begin July 27, so there is still ample time to book a charter jet. Travel time in a heavy private jet from the east coast of the United States averages around seven hours, sometimes a little faster, depending on the jet.
Passengers will need to book travel on a heavy jet, like the Gulfstream 550, capable of making the long-haul trip over the Atlantic. Not sure of what kind of jet you want to take? Check out the search options on JetCharters.com to see what's available or call 1-866-999-JETS.
While on board, passengers can arrange to have all their needs met whether that's watching the latest new releases on film, eating catered meals, or catching a little sleep during the flight.
Jets will fly into Heathrow, Standsted or Luton and from there, passengers can take a private car to their final destinations.
For more information on getting to the Olympics via private jet including getting tickets to the events before your arrival, visit the Jet Charter Blog.
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