Story of the Month
March 19, 2008 – White Plains, NY to Africa
I wanted to take a few minutes and pass along to you my thoughts about the experience so far with your company and especially Pearl. Pearl has been so very helpful to us in our attempts to accomplish our goals. I don’t think anyone would have bent as far as she has and I really appreciate it. None of these deals are easy when you deal with other countries and although we are still working on our deal and our second flight, I look forward to a long lasting relationship with your organization.
I thought it was important for you to know what a tremendous job Pearl has done with circumstances that you would find hard to believe.
So, thank you for all the help and I hope to see you the next time I come to Philly.
Managing Member, Buck Hannon Properties, LLC, Charleston, WV
Family Outing to Cooperstown - Baseball's Hometown.October 8th, 2007—Moorestown, NJ.
We had wanted to take a family trip over the Columbus Day holiday. The kids had off on Monday October 8th. However, our busy schedules precluded us from going away for three days. We decided to go to the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY for one day.
We considered driving, however, it would take over five hours each way. Considering our time constraints, we looked into flying private charter. The flight was only one hour from Philadelphia. We decided to charter a King Air 200, an eight passenger twin-engine turbo prop.
The six of us arrived at Northeast Philadelphia (PNE) airport at 9 a.m. and took off 15 minutes later. We spent three hours in the Museum, had a nice lunch downtown, and returned home by 5 p.m., with plenty of time for dinner and homework.
The cost to us was less than it would have cost to fly all of us on a commercial airline. The time savings was huge! Plus, we were happy that we were able to avoid the long car ride.
ExecJet USA Client