Atlanta company launches NYC-Nice charter jet service

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Peachtree Aviation Services has launched private jet charter service from New York City to Nice, France, a perfect option for travelers who want to avoid the hassle of traditional air travel.

As an added incentive, the Atlanta-based company is including a $1,000 catering credit on new charters booked through October. The credit can be used on inflight meal and cocktail service.

Peachtree Aviation Services tailors its offerings to meet fliers’ needs and offers some of the industry’s most competitive prices. Aircraft available to book include the Falcon 900, Gulfstream IV, Falcon 7X and jets from the Bombardier Global Express line, all of which allow six or more passengers to sleep comfortably on overnight flights.

Travelers can choose to depart from any New York City-area airport, but charters typically leave from Teterboro Airport in Teterboro, N.J., and Westchester County Airport in White Plains, N.Y. Larger planes, such as the Boeing Business Jet, usually depart from Newark Liberty International Airport in Newark, N.J.

Flights land at Aeroport Nice Cote d’Azur, located less than four miles southwest of Nice. The airport is the main arrival point for travelers heading to the French Riviera and Monaco.

Peachtree Aviation Services is a one-stop aviation resource. In addition to arranging the charter service, the company can schedule car or helicopter service between New York City and the departure airport.

For anyone interested in purchasing a private jet, Peachtree Aviation Services can schedule a Gulfstream G550 for the flight to Nice and a Bombardier Global 6000 for the return trip.

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