Thanksgiving, for most Americans, is a day set aside for giving thanks. It is celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November and is typically a day spent with family and eating turkey and all its dressings.
Ask anyone in the country which day of the year is the busiest for air travel and they will tell you it is the Wednesday before Thanksgiving. On this day, major airports across the country are filled with families trying desperately to catch flights home.
This makes the entire process take even longer as more people are going through airport checkpoints and waiting in line at the airport coffee shop, restaurants and any convenience store available, making the simple task of getting a cup of coffee a hustle. Besides the sleepy children who have gotten up to early, frustrated parents, and the occasional small dog barking at passersby.
Thanksgiving travel via private jet charter provides a better alternative for discerning travelers to consider. Airports will be more crowded and chaotic than usual, which means starting your holiday with stressful lines and never ending checkpoints. But if you`re flying private, it is a different scenario, you can choose a smaller airport closer to your home, arrive 15 minutes before your flight to go through an infinitely more private and faster check-in procedure. Boarding your private jet, get served coffee and take off with your family and/or guests heading for your Thanksgiving destination.
Private jet charters for Thanksgiving travel saves your precious time, eliminates the risks of losing your bags, and helps you avoid the hassle that has become synonymous with Thanksgiving travel.
The time lost during the check-in process and boarding during Thanksgiving in some cases is enough time for you to reach your destination. This means more time hanging out with your family or even meeting up with friends. No losing time with connections, no airport hassle.
Thanksgiving Travel Destinations
If you are not going home for Thanksgiving, there are other destinations that will be fun to enjoy with family or friends. Macy`s Thanksgiving Day parade in New York is always a great option. The 2015 parade marks the 89th anniversary of the yearly parade which begins at 9:00 am and ends at 12:00 pm. It is as much a part of Thanksgiving tradition as turkey and pumpkin pie for some people.
Another popular destination is Plymouth, Massachusetts, the sight of the first Thanksgiving celebration. The celebrations in the city last the entire weekend.
Thanksgiving weekend is also one of the best times of year to see the neon lights of Las Vegas. Las Vegas is home to world-renowned chefs and restaurants, so you can get a delicious, classic Thanksgiving meal—just be sure to make a reservation ahead of time.
Whatever your travel destination for Thanksgiving, flying there by private jet will save you time and provide a better travel experience.
To learn more about traveling for Thanksgiving or other events by private jet charter or for pricing; call 1-844-359-7821 or email STAjets – [email protected] today.