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In-Flight Catering Inspiration from Professional Football

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Being a corporate flight attendant means flying some of the most interesting and talented people in the world. Whether you a flying a high-powered CEO to see his or her favorite team or flying the football team to their big game, take a little time to add a personal touch when ordering in-flight catering. The United States is a vast country with regional favorites and local flair, so use this to your advantage when operating to or from a professional Read More

Creative Inflight Catering and the Top 10 College Football Teams

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If you are operating to a football game for one of the top college teams in the United States, this is the perfect opportunity to show your creativity. As always, you will need to know any food allergies and dietary preferences your passengers may have before deciding to surprise them with a special culinary treat. Another personal touch is to coordinate Read More

Top 8 Tips for Operating to American Football Games

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Football season has arrived in the United States! Whether you are traveling to a college game or a professional game, you will want to ensure you and your passengers have an enjoyable journey to and from the venue. Here are some of the most important things to consider when planning a private aviation trip to a football game:

1.  Football games are very popular in the Unites States, so Read More

How to Become a Guest Author

Since launching this blog in January 2014, we have been focused on providing valuable content for our audience. We are passionate about gourmet food, business aviation and the intersection of these two industries. If you share this focus, we invite you to contribute your expertise to the blog.

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Flight Attendant Tips for Private Aviation Travel to Louisville, Kentucky

Flight Attendant Tips for Private Aviation Travel to Kentucky Derby

Louisville is Kentucky’s largest city and is famous around the world for hosting the annual Kentucky Derby. Spectators fly from destinations far and wide to be a part of the most popular horse-racing event in the world. The Derby is held the first Saturday of May and is the busiest time of the year for both commercial and private aviation travel to Louisville. Whether you will be attending the Derby or Read More

Private Aviation Travel Tips for Augusta, Georgia

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Located on the Georgia-South Carolina border, Augusta springs to life every April as the host of the Masters Golf Tournament. The arrival of golf’s hottest stars, and their legions of fans, creates a spike in air traffic that your crew will need to plan for in advance. If you are a cabin crew member operating to Augusta for this famous golf tournament and didn’t secure your ticket before Read More

Private Aviation Tips for the Big Game (Part 2)

Private Aviation Tips Big Game

It’s time for the Big Game. By now, you should have parking, hotels, transportation and catering all lined up for a successful trip. With that being said, here are some helpful tips to make sure all goes as planned:

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In-Flight Catering Tips for the 2014 Winter Games

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The Winter Games and the G8 Summit are both being held in Sochi, Russia this year. This has thrust Sochi into the global spotlight, but there is another test of skills only those in the private aviation industry are aware of: parking and obtaining in-flight catering during extremely busy global events. Since the 2014 Winter Games will be one of the busiest events of 2014 for private air traffic, you will need to give Read More

Flight Attendant Tips for Private Aviation Travel to Russia

Flight Attendant Tips for Travel to Sochi, Russia

Located on the Black Sea and near the Caucasus Mountains, Sochi is Russia’s largest resort city and has won the honor of hosting the Winter Games. It is a gorgeous place and has its own identity that stands apart from Russian city life. Sochi is more laid back then Moscow and the area has many historical destinations to explore. Sochi will be a very Read More

Private Aviation Tips for the Big Game (Part 1)

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In the world’s busiest aviation area, it was decided to have the biggest game of the year at the football stadium. We know that it’s going to be a madhouse for parking private aircraft, just like last year’s Big Game, when Lakefront Airport in New Orleans (KNEW) was at maximum capacity. If you haven’t made parking arrangements for Teterboro (KTEB) already, it’s Read More