Today, the demand for red eye flights is on the increase among private passengers. This is because 'red eyes' make it possible to travel between two cities without losing a whole workday, allowing travelers to maximize efficiency and reduce lost work time.
Although red eyes have the advantage of helping you keep up with work the following day, the lack of sleep and comfort is the major problem. This is aside other nasty in-flight experiences that commercial airlines are known for (such as a cramped middle seat and a lukewarm mystery chicken).
However, taking a red eye on a privately chartered plane is a different experience - blissful. With modern advances in design and technology, private travel is getting more comfortable by the day.
Today, flying privately will avail you many unimaginable pleasures - in-flight royal dining areas, private bathrooms with modern shower stalls, full-size pullout mattresses, and lots more. In addition, the pilots and flight attendants at your service are well trained and fun to be with.
Now, imagine yourself taking a red flight on a private aircraft. You're either all alone on a private cabin or with your spouse and pet. No crowds or annoying noise and you're not tired because you've waited in the checking queue for several minutes...
You're being served your preferred delicacy while sipping your favorite glass of wine. For one or two hours, you've been given a heavenly massage by a well-trained flight attendant.
After your meal, you feel like having your night rest. You relax on the plush leather seat that easily changes into a comfortable bed. And you fall fast asleep... right in the skies, amidst the flight. While still enjoying your sleep, you felt a slight tap - by the flight attendant.
You've landed at your destination - refreshed, relaxed, and ready for the day's work. No red eyes (even though it's a red eye flight). Sounds lovely, right? That's all you get when you charter a private plane for a red eye flight. You'll never get a red eye after all - you'll get a brighter face instead.
So, since red eye flights on commercial airlines are most of the time hellish experiences, and private jets give you a heavenly treat, we can conclude that red eye flights apply only to commercial airlines while ... hmm... 'royal treat' flights apply to private travel. You agree?
Don't just fantasize the experience from posts like this or from relayed experiences by others. Charter a private plane for a red eye (sorry, I meant to type 'royal treat') flight today.