charter a private flight and multiply your time
Save time. Do more. Scale business success.
Virtual meetings work. But do they always get the job done?
Face-to-face meetings build strong relationships with your team, prospects and customers. But they can wreak havoc with your work/life balance and impact your productivity.
So what if you could reimagine business travel? What if you could skip the hassle and time drain from canceled flights, long TSA lines and the health risks associated with a packed flight on a commercial carrier?
When you charter a plane from Revv Aviation, you get more done in less time, in more comfort and on your schedule – not the airline’s. Personal aviation means you have a personal aircraft at your disposal, giving you the flexibility to bring more team members. There are no costs per seat.
Chartering smaller aircraft from Revv makes the cost of flying for business more affordable than you might think.
Reasons to Choose Charter for Business Success
- Close the deal
- Bring your executive team
- Visit multiple locations in a day
- Deliver packages and cargo
- Make multiple stops in a day
- Reward your team
- Meet with clients
- Tour locations
Frequently Asked Questions
Arrive fresh. Achieve more. Save on overnight stays. Improve your team's productivity.
All kinds! Contractors, attorneys, doctors, consultants, salespeople, and many small business owners use light general aviation aircraft to fly to meet clients, inspect their businesses, make multiple stops in a single day, or deliver packages and cargo in less than one-third of the time it takes to drive. Often their destination may be more than an hour away from an airport served by the airlines, but only minutes away from a general aviation airport.
It depends on the airplane, the winds, and day of the week, but two hours in the air round trip oftentimes is less than $5,000. Contact us today to get a personalized estimate or book a charter flight.
You can put up to 8 people on many of our air fleet. You’re not paying by the seat, but by the airplane.
The safest part of any trip is the air portion! The 135 maintenance program (for charter aircraft mandated by the FAA) means every part has a serial number and every part is inspected on a regular basis.
Book a flight and be ready for takeoff in two to three hours.
Yes, absolutely! The majority of charter flights don’t need a fuel stop (unless you’re attending the Academy Awards in Hollywood or skiing in Tahoe).