As a private jet hire company, we make sure that we try and protect you as much as possible when you are traveling with us. Obviously, we put your safety is the first priority in every situation, because we want you to have a comfortable and relaxed experience.
However, in the wake of recent events, we thought we should talk a little bit about safety. We’re not trying to scaremonger or make anyone feel uncomfortable here, but we just want to try and address some of the big questions that you might have had about flying when there is some kind of health emergency going on around the world.
Flying – a Common Sense Affair?
Now obviously, we recommend common sense is exercised wherever possible when it comes to travel. You have a right to travel all across the world, and there are very few places which are forbidden for people to go to, or places which are not commercially available. We personally will take you wherever it is you want to go, because we want you to be able to travel and enjoy yourself as much as possible.
However, this does mean that we sometimes have an obligation to advise you about how travel is impacted by illnesses or virus outbreak saw national disasters. There are certain instances where we can’t take you somewhere, simply because a country has been placed in a state of emergency or the government is turning away visitors. It’s not a very common occurrence, but it does happen, which means that we need to address what happens in the event of this situation.
Always Be Safe
Obviously, you need to be as safe as possible when you are travelling. If you feel ill, or unwell, then it’s probably not a good idea to travel. Obviously, we can’t hold it against you if you are sick the night before you’re supposed to travel and can’t go anywhere. However, we ask that you don’t try and martyr travelling.
Everything that we do is to try and keep you safe, and we can travel whenever you are ready to. Part of the beauty of a private jet is that we aren’t bound by a particular schedule, so we can go when you’re ready to go. If you’re ill and have to postpone for a few days, then that’s just how it is. We rather that you took care of yourself and look after yourself and try and travel and potentially make yourself even more ill.
In conclusion, it is important for you to be safe while travelling. Your health is an important focus in your life, and if you don’t feel well, then it’s sometimes a good idea to give travelling a break. You have to try and judge for yourself whether you are okay to travel, or whether it is more sensible to simply except that you’re ill and cancel your trip. We want you to be happy and comfortable when travelling with us, and if you’ve got a cold or a fever, or some kind of virus, you’re not going to have a good time, so it makes more sense to wait until you’re ready. Please be safe!