Did you know that Miami gets 3,200 hours of sunshine a year, on average. Its winters are so mild that they count as sunny days. New York? Only 2,450. Miami is one of the few places in America that offers a subtropical climate and sunshine year-round. Even during hurricane season, passing bouts of rain are almost always followed by long bursts of sunshine. Which really is a good thing ? it?d be a shame for all those miles of beach access to be wasted by bad weather.
As you know, Miami is recognised as a top-notch destination for the powerful, the famous, the celebrities and the party-goers for a long time now. The city is bursting with beautiful people and it just so happens to be one of the most visited cities in the world. The weather is amazing all year round and there are literally hundreds of great things to go here from bars, clubs, restaurants, museums to their pristine white sandy beaches.
Executive Fliteways is offering special winter rates to Florida's Opa-Locka Airport from the New York area (ISP, HNP, or TEB). We've just put a package together that allows for you and at least 5 other guests to fly directly from any of our NY-area airports to Opa-Locka,Florida (7 minutes from Miami). You can choose between our Citation XL or our Lear 60. Both are beautiful, Mid-Sized Jets - equipped with WiFi - for $16,500 each way.
Give us a call at 1.800.533.3363 so we can figure out how you can visit Miami and escape the cold, snow-covered beaches of New York for a few days.
The rigors of personal or corporate travel on the scheduled airlines have caused many business travelers to access the convenience and flexibility of corporate aircraft charters. Since 1981, Executive Fliteways has provided upscale, personalized, seamless service to its corporate and leisure clientele. With one call, email or form submission, immediate itinerary and price information is available from our knowledgeable charter sales representatives, who will also make arrangements for hotels, ground transportation and in-flight catering as required.