Private Jet Charters in San Francisco

No visit to San Francisco is complete without taking a picture with the Golden Gate Bridge in the background. This picturesque bridge is the most recognizable landmark of the city, although it is far from being the only part of San Francisco worth visiting. Indeed, the city boasts dozens of activities and famous landmarks that will occupy your time for days.

Pier 39 is one of the largest tourist hubs in the city, as it is right next to the bay and offers some amazing views as well as restaurants, shops, and other forms of tourist entertainment. You may even spot a sea lion from the pier if you’re lucky. Fisherman’s Wharf is another waterfront tourist spot, with more tourist shops and delicious seafood to be found. If you have the time, be sure to check out Alcatraz Island as well. This historic prison is fascinating, eerie, and unforgettable. Other interesting sites include Chinatown, which is one of the oldest in the nation, Golden Gate Park, which is perfect for a sunny stroll, and Lombard Street, which is known for being “the crookedest street in the world.”

Golden Gate Bridge Private jet San Francisco

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San Francisco’s Airport

Despite all of its landmark’s, most people try to avoid visiting the San Francisco International Airport (SFO). It isn’t exactly known for its efficient, comfortable service. It also has a history of delaying flights all too frequently, not to mention shutting down much of its runways in order to do construction work. While construction projects in airports and on their runways are indeed important, they also make the airport experience a nightmare for passengers just trying to get from A to B.

About a quarter of flights leaving from SFO get delayed, while more than a quarter arriving at SFO are delayed. That’s not a very high chance of success, especially if you are in a time crunch (or simply don’t appreciate wasting hours of your time). Additionally, delays are generally longer here than at other airports. So, while many delayed flights at other airports would leave 10 or 15 minutes late, SFO’s flights are more likely to be delayed by hours.

Apparently, the main problem is congestion on the runway. In their attempts to improve this through new procedures, however, the congestion actually worsened. Indeed, SFO has a long way to go before it is considered a pleasant place to fly through, to, or from.

Private Jet Charter in San Francisco

Taking a private jet charter to San Francisco is a far more pleasant way to go. Instead of needing to limit the amount of liquids you bring or leave your dog or cat at home, you can take all these things with you and more. Your dog can curl up at your feet as you sip a coffee or other beverage, and you can pack your full-size bottles of shampoo or shaving cream in your carry-on without a problem. When you fly private, you get full flexibility.

Flying private is just as safe as flying commercial, as jet charter companies are also under the Federal Aviation Administration’s jurisdiction, just like large commercial jets. Private jets may be selling by the seat or through the rental of the entire plane; it all depends on what is available and what you prefer. Sometimes reserving all the seats on a plane makes the most financial sense anyway; a flight with three of your friends or family members, for example, could cost around the same price as a first class ticket on a commercial airline, or sometimes even the same as a coach seat (per person). You can shop around to see for yourself what the best deals are.

Nearly half of the seats on private jets that are flying end up remaining empty, which is how airlines can afford to sell reservations for lower-than-expected costs. Some sites offer just those seats, while others only allow you to book the entire aircraft.