When flexibility meets hospitality

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Flying by a private jet is faster, more flexible and friendlier than flying commercially. You don’t need to undergo the pre-flight process, thus departing only minutes after arriving to the private terminal, you can land in any airport in the country; regional, domestic or international, and you won’t have to drive and walk in the vicinities of hectic international airports. But what happens after you land and end your private flight experience? Well, frequently your next stop will be a hotel, a place where you will expect the same or even better treatment as the received aboard the aircraft.

And what better place to pair luxury flight with top-notch hospitality than South Florida? Private jet operators such as Monarch Air Group of Fort Lauderdale, which has access to over 4,000 aircraft at all times to any destination in the world, is the means of transportation of many passengers seeking exclusive hotels to enjoy the amenities provided by the region. Once on the ground and heading towards the hotel, the private jet traveller is expecting no less that what was offered onboard, especially if it’s the first time in town. And truly, no other place in South Florida meets these exclusive demands as Mandarin Oriental Hotel in Miami.
Surrounded by stunning views, Mandarin Oriental, Miami brings the essence of triple Five-Star luxury to Brickell Key. With private infinity edge pool, four gourmet culinary outlets and an exotic day spa, it offers a taste of Asian serenity in sun-kissed Miami. Inspired by a waterside setting and an Asian heritage, the hotel is an urban resort with a sophisticated feel. Spacious rooms and beautiful suites offer the perfect base for business or leisure travelers.

“Here at Mandarin Oriental, Miami we invite guests to indulge in our award-winning culinary concepts, Five-Star spa treatments, and stunning views of the Biscayne Bay and the Miami skyline. Take in all of the wonders this vibrant city has to offer while delighting in the utmost luxury experience”, says Oriane Lluch, Director of Marketing Communications, Mandarin Oriental, Miami. And its located just a 25-minute drive from Miami-Opa Locka Executive Airport and 20 minutes away from Miami International. Precisely that is what passengers from one of the busiest private routes in the country, New York – Miami are seeking; the possibility to reduce commuting times from the airport to the hotel and translating that into more time enjoying by the bay. Especially for clients that live in hectic New York city.

Time is of the essence. Agendas are getting tighter and time, as you may know, is money. The business aviation market thrives on this variable by having swift pre-departure processes and extreme flexibility when choosing where your journey starts and ends, due to private aviation usage of domestic and regional airports, far away from the other massively crowded facilities. If you want to have a lunch meeting enjoying one of La Mar by Gaston Acurio Restaurant’s signature dishes at Mandarin Oriental, Miami and then get back home to The Big Apple for Spice Grilled Glazed Salmon at the Asiate Restaurant in Mandarin Oriental, New York your wise (and only) option is to fly private, or else you’ll need some luck with the commercial connections. “Luxury and comfort are not private jet’s most coveted advantages. Flexibility is by far, according to clients, what separates the private experience from any other. You can choose where, when and with whom to share your aircraft of choice. Schedule flexibility is closely paired with the overall time invested on a standard private flight, so there’s no need to arrive hours before the departure, and all the preflight process is massively reduced to just 10 minutes”, states David Gitman, Executive Director, Monarch Air Group.

by Felipe Reisch, Public Relations Manager, Monarch Air Group.

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