It can be tough enough to find an air travel solution in the best of times, but just imagine how much more difficult it gets when there's a major event going on in the country where you're traveling. Things can be much easier when charter jet services are already contracted and are easy enough for customers to use and set up for future engagements.
The nation of Brazil is taking steps to anticipate lots of travel in its country, and probably rightly so, seeing as it has two major international sporting events set to occur within its borders in the next four years. Specifically it has overseen the transference of the equivalent of $9 billion US dollars to make both the Galeao and Confins airports owned by private groups, as the New York Times reports.
This plan emerged as part of an auction in which highly desirable contracts were pursued by groups from around the world. This is obviously an important initiative in anticipation of the amount of arrivals the country could see, and Reuters reported that Civil Aviation Secretary Wellington Moreira Franco called this a positive move for Brazil.
"It proves the country is on steady footing and it's attracting great interest from foreign investors," Franco said.
But enough about inside baseball: your business outings need security when many passengers could be in the air at the same time, and you owe it to yourself to charter a private jet sooner than later to make the best travel arrangements that you possibly can, no matter which country you're in.