Doing business in NYC

by | Jan 2, 2014 | Travel

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If you are seriously in business then you will be in and out of New York City. NYC is the home of some of the largest corporations in the world, the movers and shakers of commerce and finance are all clustered in Manhattan, the heart of the financial district. These top executives make decisions everyday that impact millions of people worldwide. To these people, time is money and time in the city can be gobbled up quickly thanks to the traffic situation.

The metropolitan area is served by three major airports; John F. Kennedy, better known as JFK, LaGuardia and Newark across the river in New Jersey. Although all the airports appear to be reasonably close to Lower Manhattan, it can take a very long time to travel between the two. JFK as an example is only 15 miles from Manhattan but even at the best of times the average travel time by car is an hour. Unfortunately, very rarely does this happen, more often than not the trip can take double that or more.

Two hours in the life of a highly paid executive is an eternity, as a result helicopter flight services in New York are very common. As helicopters do not need huge tracts of land as do fixed wing aircraft, they can land at heliports which are conveniently located to the business districts as well as at the airports. The best way to move around the city is in the air, using a helicopter to either come in from the airport or indeed, get from one building to another.

There are many advantages when corporations use helicopter flight services in New York over and above just time. There are never any delays or other aggravating circumstances, if you want to go back to the airport you do not have to leave hours before the flight. It is bad enough that you have to arrive at the airport a couple of hours early to clear security, add to that a couple of hours to get to the airport and you are looking at a huge waste of valuable time.

Although technology is helping with such techniques as video conferencing, there is still noting in the business world to take the place of a firm handshake after closing a deal. Visit us online for more details Website

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