1. Connecticut Air Charter Launches New Website

    October 29, 2010 by admin

    MILFORD, CT, October 29, 2010 Press Release — Connecticut Air Charter has developed a comprehensive website designed to convey the ease and convenience of charter aviation. Servicing clients with the largest selection of aircraft available, Connecticut Air Charter offers piston aircraft, turboprop aircraft, jets, and helicopters to any desired destination at the lowest prices available.

     

    The new website has been designed to provide customers with easy accessibility to information pertaining to everything from the types of aircraft used, to destinations, to safety. Connecticut Air Charter helps travelers get to anywhere from anywhere. With flights ranging from local, national, and international, Connecticut Air Charter will find the best price for any chartered flight.

     

    Keith Reed, President and CEO of Connecticut Air Charter said, “We are extremely proud of our new website. The site exudes the professionalism we pride ourselves on every day. And, our new online charter quote feature allows visitors to our site to obtain a fast, easy, secure quote, 24 hours a day.”

     

    As a referral-based company, there are no contracts to sign or fees to pay to Connecticut Air Charter. We receive payment from the charter operator we place you with. Because air charter prices vary seasonally, and charter operators are constantly making changes to their fleets, We stay on top of these changes and provides customers with an accurate quote every time. A pilot since 1994, Keith Reed is your aviation insider who will arrange the ideal air charter for your personal or business needs.

     

    Connecticut Air Charter’s commitment to safety is evident. The new website also has a link exclusively dedicated to safety. We only partner with charter operators who significantly exceed FAA requirements, ensuring the experience that clients expect and deserve.

     

    For more information on the launch of the new website for Connecticut Air Charter, call 203-742-1656 or visit http://www.ctaircharter.com.

     

     

    About Connecticut Air Charter:

     

    Connecticut Air Charter has partnered with some of the worlds largest charter operators. These charter connections result in large discounts for clients, in addition to discounts on hotels and rental cars. Each and every charter inquiry is processed by a licensed pilot that will make a recommendation based on years of experience and an intimate knowledge of working with air charter operators.

     

    Because there is no fee paid to Connecticut Air Charter by the clients they serve, their incentive is to find the best deal to keep them coming back.

     

    Connecticut Air Charter, LLC, is an air charter broker, partnered with several local and national charter operators. This gives you access to more aircraft at lower costs than you would find on your own. Connecticut Air Charter will always deliver you the best deal that fits your business or personal travel requirements.

     

     

  2. Is a Helicopter Charter Right for You?

    October 25, 2010 by admin

     

    As President of Connecticut Air Charter, I see many requests for helicopter charter quotes. As you may suspect, chartering a private helicopter is not the cheapest form of transportation.  More times than not, chartering an airplane for the mission at hand is less expensive and more practical.

     

    I’ll go over the numbers, but let me give you a simple rule that usually applies.  ”Unless you are flying directly into a NYC heliport, chartering a private plane is a better bet.”  The primary NYC heliports are located on East 34th street, West 30th, and downtown Manhattan.  You can’t land a chartered airplane at those locations, so naturally a helicopter is your only option.  But flying to and from anywhere else in the tri state area, your least expensive and most practical option is usually a chartered airplane.

     

    I arrange helicopter charters and airplane charters.  I have no bias toward either, it’s all about cost and time en route. Let me give you a real world example.

     

    I spoke with a gentleman recently who asked me to arrange a helicopter charter for him to LaGuardia Airport from New Haven, CT.  He was traveling alone.  There are no helicopter charter operators based in CT, so a helicopter would have to travel from White Plains or NYC to pick him up.  When chartering a private airplane or helicopter, you pay for the “dead leg” portion; the repositioning of the aircraft.

     

    At $600 per hour for the smallest charter helicopter available in the tri-state area, the total trip cost would be close to $1,000.  Flight time from New haven to LaGuardia is only 30 minutes, but you also pay for the 30 minutes it takes to bring the helicopter to New Haven, plus the return of the helicopter to it’s home airport in New York.  The flight would be on a very comfortable Robinson R-44 that seats four.

     

    Robinson R44

     

    The Robinson R44 is comfortable for three people or so but is still considered a light helicopter.  Helicopter charter prices rise dramatically above this level.

     

    Instead of the scenario above, I suggested a charter airplane based in New Haven.  At $270 per hour, the 30 minute trip to LaGuardia, and 30 minute return trip for the airplane, would yield a total trip cost closer to $600.

     

    As I mentioned above, I do arrange many helicopter charters.  If you need to get to a NYC heliport from CT or Long Island, the only way to get there is by helicopter, at a cost of approximately $1,000.  And you can’t beat the view along the way.

     

    To get accurate and unbiased quotes on any type of private air charter, you should always consult with an expert at Connecticut Air Charter.

     

    www.ctaircharter.com