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Aviation Fun Facts – Part 1!

Unusual Aircraft Charter Requests Having worked in aviation for the past 25 years, and currently a private jet charter professional at Northeastern Aviation, there is very little I haven’t seen.  Some requests are quite funny and some are really baffling.  But through it all, we try to make sure our client’s flights are enjoyable and proceed flawlessly – though we are sometimes surprised by the requests!  So, here are just a few of the unique requests we have received!  Rabbits!                 ...

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Fly private charter to China

Plan Your Business Trip to China-

Taking Your Business to China via Private Charter China has more than 1.4 billion citizens and a sizeable middle class with growing discretionary income. Chinese consumers represent over 300 million internet shoppers, over 500 million mobile internet users, and over $250 billion in annual online spend. This presents a significant market opportunity to US businesses.   Chinese consumers desire the quality and reputation of products sold in the US. These products include apparel, household goods, ...

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Northeastern Aviation flies to your golf destination

For the Love of Golf – Fly Private Charter to the Best Golf Courses-

For the Love of Golf - Fly Private Charter to the Best Golf Courses! The love of golf transcends generations – father passing his love of the game to his child, then the child passing that love of the game onto their child, and so on and so on.   It is also a bonding opportunity for families. We are very fortunate to have some of the best golf courses in the world within the borders of the United States , as well as those situated not too far away.  Access these destinations and book your privat...

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Northeastern Aviation Office in the Sky

The First Office in the Sky

The First Office in the Sky- Harry L. Ogg Pioneered the Use of Private Aircraft for Business Travel & Launched the First Office in the Sky. Harry L. Ogg, from Newtown, Iowa, was the President and Owner of the Automatic Washer Company, a washing machine company that eventually evolved into the well-known, international Maytag Corporation. As a savvy businessman, Harry Ogg realized the advantages of the airplane in promoting his business. In the summer of 1929 he worked with Travel Air Compan...

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Cannes Film Festival, Cannes

Charter to Cannes Film Festival in May

Private Charter to Cannes Film Festival in May- The 69th Annual Cannes Film Festival is an extremely busy time for the Mediterranean region. If you are planning a private flight to the south of France between May 11th and May 22nd, you may want to consider locking down your plans early, since parking at the most popular airports will be limited, at best. Cannes is a resort town located in the French Riviera, perhaps best known for its film festival. What is the Cannes Film Festival? "The Festiv...

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Northeastern Aviation Awarded EASA Third Country Operator Certificate

Awarded EASA Third Country Operator Certificate

Awarded EASA Third Country Operator Certificate- Northeastern Aviation is proud to announce that it has been awarded one of the first European Aviation Safety Agency’s (EASA) Third Country Operator (TCO) Certificates, allowing them to travel to the 32 EASA states with a single safety authorization. About the European Aviation Safety Agency EASA was established in 2002 and is made up of 800+ aviation experts and administrators. They are headquartered in Cologne, Germany with an office in Brussels...

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Classic Cars in Cuba

Northeastern Aviation Charters to Cuba

Northeastern Charters to Cuba- With the easing of tensions between the United States and Cuba and the recent visit by President Obama to the island nation, travel rules between the two countries have been somewhat relaxed. Northeastern has been granted FAA approval to fly its charter aircraft to Cuba and now offers private charters to Cuba. Cuba, roughly 780 miles long, located in the Caribbean Sea and 90 miles from Florida, has been off-limits to most American travelers. However, the categorie...

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Women in Aviation

Northeastern Honors Women in Aviation

Northeastern Honors Women in Aviation- When we think of women in aviation, Amelia Earhart immediately comes to mind. In 1920, Amelia Earhart was hooked by her very first flight and, by 1928, she completed the first transcontinental flight by a woman. Like many women, Amelia pursued her passion for flying while having a working career as a social worker. As March 2016 closes, in honor of Women’s History Month and International Women's Day, Northeastern Aviation Corp. would like to show its apprec...

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