It’s common knowledge that Thanksgiving is one of the busiest travel times of the year. Fares are high (thanks, law of supply and demand!), lines are long, hassles are legendary, overbooking and cancellations are virtually guaranteed. Plus, compared to weeklong summer vacations or the Christmas-to-New-Year’s week, Thanksgiving is very short — two travel days for only three days off. But there is a way to make it not only easier but — dare to dream! — even enjoyable. New Jersey charter flights or Pennsylvania charter flights will get you to friends and family faster, easier, and at a time convenient for you — with no long security lines and zero baggage fees. You can even fly up to nine members of your family to see the rest of the clan and get the holiday started early on board.
We’re going to let you in on a little secret. Believe it or not, Thanksgiving is not a busy time for charter companies. Weird, right? The private planes that are booked during spring break and the summer are pretty free for Thanksgiving and even into the December holidays. It’s your perfect opportunity to rewrite the rules for Thanksgiving travel. Skip the crowded commercial airport full of tired, frustrated travelers and overworked staff. Keep the family relaxed and happy on board instead of cramming into seats no longer sized for actual humans. Leave from a regional airport near your home with plenty of parking close to the gate. Bring your family member who is on oxygen or needs wheelchair assistance. Arrive close to family who won’t have to sit in endless traffic waiting to pick you up. Spend more time socializing with those you love instead of enduring the faceless masses at the airport. All you need to do is pick up the phone and call for a charter flight.
You decide when the charter flight leaves and returns. You’ll fly into a local airport near your final destination. No connecting flights, security lines, or strangers on board. Board when you arrive at the airport, stepping right on the plane. A little late? That’s fine. We’ll hold the plane for you. Your kids will have the plane to themselves — no apologizing to others, no worrying about the fact that they are behaving like kids might annoy someone, and no stress if your child has special needs. Fly the extended family together; no splitting up into different rows. Have an enjoyable flight and arrive ready to eat too much turkey. Don’t worry about your flight back; it will be ready for you. No overbooking or bumping. It’s holiday travel the way it should be — fun, relaxed, convenient. All you have to do is make the call.