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Monthly Archives: July 2014

Kelly Ann Gorman – Luxury Concierge in Las Vegas

Kelly Ann Gorman

Las Vegas bills itself as “The Entertainment Capital of the World” and the amount of private aviation traffic proves that they have a stake in this claim. To get the inside details into this lively city, we spoke with Luxury Concierge Kelly Ann Gorman. Kelly Ann is based in Las Vegas and plays a number of roles for her clients, including corporate flight attendant, personal assistant, professional makeup artist Read More

In-Flight Catering and Travel Tips for Las Vegas, Nevada

las vegas inflight catering

Be prepared for hot, dry weather when traveling to Las Vegas since it is located in Nevada’s Mohave Desert. This is especially true when traveling during the summer while temperatures climb to an average of 105 F (41 C). October through April sees milder temperatures between 34 F (1 C) and 89 F (32 C). Since Las Vegas is known for year-round Read More

Brandied Peach Cobbler

peach cobbler

What better way to celebrate Independence Day in the United States than with a peach cobbler? To help make that connection clearer, take a look at the history of this dessert. Cobbler traces its roots to the British colonists who were settling in the New World. When the colonists were not able to find all of the ingredients needed to make suet pudding, they improvised. The resulting creation was what we now know Read More

Karen Louis – Corporate Flight Attendant in Washington, D.C.

Karen Louis

Washington, D.C. (or D.C.) is home to the top politicians in the United States, along with many other influential individuals. With the amount of travel required in the political arena, D.C. is an attractive location for members of the private aviation industry. Learn more about this important location from Karen Louis, a corporate flight attendant based Read More

In-Flight Catering and Travel Tips for Washington, D.C.

InFlight Catering Washington DC

Since Washington, D.C. is the capital of the United States of America you will find that private aviation is busy almost year-round. Not only is D.C. full of exciting historical monuments, great food and plenty of activities to keep busy, but it also boasts a moderate climate with average temperatures of  89 F (31 C) in summer and 47 F (8 C) in winter. This is a great place to explore if you have extra Read More