Magellan Jets COVID-19 Updates And Procedures

Magellan Jets COVID-19 Updates And Procedures

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A Consumer’s Guide to Understanding Today’s Charter Market

Do you know how safe your private jet charter flight is? At Magellan Jets, it is our priority to
ensure your flight is the safest it can be from all aspects (flight crew, aircraft, runway conditions, weather, etc.). An overall view and evaluation of safety information should be employed when considering an aircraft. That’s why we use Wyvern, ARG/US and Air Charter Safety Foundation, the world leaders in aviation safety research. Safety of your private jet should be paramount. Consider their qualifications, history and their industry involvement.

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Boston Logan Airport Remains Closed through Saturday

Photo courtesy Boston Globe/David L. Ryan
Boston’s Logan airport remains closed in the aftermath of the blizzard Friday and Saturday. The storm, named Nemo, dumped as much as 28″ of snow on some parts of Massachusetts with wind gusts up to 85 mph. The FAA closed Logan airport around 1:30PM on Friday, and it will remain closed until 11:00PM on Saturday night to allow ground crews time to clear off runways, taxiways, and ramps.

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Charter Flights – How Magic Johnson Does His Business

We all know flying private costs money. It’s a simple fact, and while Magellan Jets does everything it can to minimize those costs, they can still be substantial.  But what you may not realize is how much money you’re saving by flying privately! That’s right; you can actually save money with us, rather than taking an airline.

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The Five Places Pilots Hate to Fly

AOL Travel recently ran a story entitled “Five Places Pilots Hate to Fly,” written by their Mystery Pilot.  While the article is geared toward primarily commercial airports, it’s interesting to see things from the pilot’s point of view!

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The Five Airports Pilots Hate the Most

AOL Travel recently ran a great article about the 5 airports pilots hate flying to the most. While they were written by their “Mystery Pilot” from the airline perspective, it’s interesting to see things from their perspective.

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5 Steps to Get a New Charter Jet in the Air

The FAA places very stringent safety measures on any new aircraft. A new type of jet (Gulfstream G550, Bombardier Global Express, Cessna Citation X, etc) must meet many requirements for test flights and performance under extreme conditions. Not anyone can build a plane and have it certified to carry paying passengers! There are many safety steps that have to be taken when a new jet is being tested, but here are some of the biggest (and most interesting!)

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Magellan Jets Receives Authorized Broker Certification From WYVERN

MAGELLAN JETS RECEIVES AUTHORIZED BROKER CERTIFICATION FROM WYVERNNew Certification Assures Adherence to Highest Safety Intelligence  and Standards for All Jet Charter Flights.BOSTON – February 22, 2010The new leading private jet company, Magellan Jets, announced that it has been named a Wyvern Authorized Broker by The Wyvern safety audit program. Wyvern is an industry leading third-party safety auditor that provides onsite safety audits, checking everything from maintenance records, DO85 and insurance certificates, to the infrastructure of the operator.Wyvern, aside from being well-known for its third party safety audits of air operators, conducted on site, has designed the Wyvern Authorized Broker , substantiating that qualified charter brokers, such as Magellan Jets,  are adhering to their Wyvern Pass qualifications, which maintains that pilots have sufficient experience, training, medicals and extensive knowledge of the equipment they are piloting.  This must be maintained and checked on each and every flight.”We are very proud to be the recipient of WYVERN’s Authorized Broker Certification“, says Joshua Hebert, CEO ofMagellan Jets. “Any broker can say that they use WYVERN, but not every broker adheres to their very high standards of aviation safetyOur new certification endorsement will ensure that all of our trips are scheduled with an operator that holds safety standards to the highest level, and are comfortable having a 3rd party substantiate their claim to a  steadfast commitment to safety.  With the Authorized Broker certification we have additional proof of our own commitment to the highest benchmark of safety, and require the same from our vendors”.Wyvern has a long standing reputation of promoting the importance of aviation safety and standards. Both companies are among the most highly-esteemed organizations in the general aviation industry and make certain that for every client trip, all of the jets, pilots, and crews they work with maintain current and impeccable training, certifications, op-specs, and safety standards.  MAGELLAN JETS is a leading private jet charter broker where clients not only have a fixed guaranteed rate, but find market-driven pricing on the jet type of their choice while enjoying high end service and security.  Members receive additional benefits including premium jet selection, availability within 10 hours notice, aircraft upgrades and no fuel surcharges.  All who travel through Magellan Jets  are assigned a dedicated Flight Support Team Manager and enjoy 24/7 Concierge Service.   For more information on Magellan Jets or to book your travel today, visit MagellanJets.com or call 1.877.550.JETS. 
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FAA Signs Deal With Air Traffic Controllers

Late last month, the FAA signed a three-year deal with the National Air Traffic Controllers Association valued at $669 million. A new contract for Natca had been a top priority of the Obama administration after years of impasse in negotiations with the union that represents about 20,000 employees.

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Boston airport lays first Green Runway

This weekend, Boston’s Logan International Airport expects to nearly finish the first runway in the nation repaved with an environmentally friendly material called warm-mix asphalt. The asphalt is heated to a lower temperature than normal, burning less fuel and emitting less carbon. Airport operator Massport says on this project that means a cut of 4,000 tons of carbon dioxide and 400,000 gallons of diesel fuel. The last batch of the asphalt will be laid on Runway 9/27 this weekend, though the runway won’t reopen until later this year. The $12.5 million project began in July. Some European airports have used warm-mix asphalt, but it had to pass Federal Aviation Administration testing before Logan could use it.

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