Charter Services from Nashville TN, to Greensboro, NC


We have two beautiful options for your one-way trip from Nashville to Greensboro on March 29th 2019

Please see below for flight information, aircraft details, images and pricing.

Please contact us if we may answer any questions, or provide additional information:

booking@airvel.com

Tracie: (352)220-0141

OPTIONS BELOW INCLUDE:

Beechjet 400A $5,800

Lear Jet $7,894


DATE: March 29th 2019

Departure: BNA

Arrive: GSP


Estimated Time Enroute: 00:37

PAX: 7 People

The Beechjet 400a is a small twinjet corporate aircraft. Initially designed and built by Mitsubishi, it has been further developed and updated by the Beech Aircraft Company, now part of Hawker Beechcraft. The cabin measures 15.5 feet long by 4.9 feet wide by 4.8 feet tall giving it a total cabin volume of 305 cubic feet making it comfortable for 8 passengers, with the maximum configuration seating 8.

TOTAL PRICE: $5,880

The Learjet 75 aircraft’s increased thrust contributes to a shorter take-off, faster climb rate and an unsurpassed 464 knots top speed, powered by the most recent evolution of engines proven in over 100 million flight hours. The LearJet 75 also features an Auxiliary Power Unit that can keep your cabin cool while sitting on the hot ramp and be a huge game changer on those hot sunny days .Complimentary WIFI on board.

TOTAL PRICE : $7,894

Private Air Charter Safety Standards

At Airvel, your safety and security is paramount and we will never waiver from our commitment to the most stringent standards of private air charter safety.

That’s why we only partner with trusted part 135 operators who meet our strict requirements for risk management and passenger safety best practices. With the help of industry-leading third-party auditors, we screen operators, aircraft and pilots using a variety of metrics to ensure they meet and exceed our standards.

FAA, WYVERN, IS-BAO AND ARGUS

As part of our flight management process, we partner with Wyvern and Argus to verify critical information about part 135 operators including:

  • Adherence to applicable FAA regulations and certifications

  • In-depth historical safety analyses

  • Pilot background checks, experience and training certifications

  • The results of rigorous on-site audits of their fleet

  • Liability insurance coverage

  • Emergency response planning and training

  • Flight department training and certifications

  • Maintenance records