Executive Ground Transportation

Don’t Leave Home Without These 10 Essentials For Your Single-day Travel

The air in a plane cabin can be a bit stagnant. The not-so-fresh air can make you feel tired, and your skin look dull. Refresh with facial wipes, and then follow up with your favorite trial size moisturizer. For the ladies, if you are wearing makeup, sometimes foundation can settle and look a bit cakey and dry. Facial wipes are great for this situation because you can wipe off and reapply your foundation for a fresher look.

By | December 8th, 2015|Executive Air Travel, Executive Ground Transportation|0 Comments

5 Tips for Executive Travel During the Holiday Season

TSA pre-check is probably one of the biggest time-savers with travel. There are 150 airports and 12 major airlines in the US that offer this expedited security screening. Once you go through the screening process, and you have been approved for TSA pre-check, you won’t have to wait on long security lines nor will you have to remove certain clothing items and shoes. You can learn more about TSA pre-check and apply online here. For the Global Pass go to http://usa.immigrationvisaforms.com/travel/global-entry-pass. If you have an American Express Platinum Card you will be reimbursed the $100.00 fee after it is charged.

By | November 30th, 2015|Executive Ground Transportation, Uncategorized|0 Comments

5 Qualities Your Executive Transportation Company Should Have

An experienced ground transportation company should be considered when making your hire decision. Although you may save a few dollars by booking a car service company that hasn’t been in business for very long, this leaves too much room for error. With experience comes a higher level of customer service and reliability.

By | November 17th, 2015|Executive Ground Transportation|0 Comments

Port Authority Exploring Airport Access Fees

Many frequent travelers and transportation companies, including Avstar, are not happy hearing about this impending fee. Enough taxes and fees are collected from travelers as it is. This charge will force transportation companies to have to add another cost to a client’s bill. Other solutions for congestion should be considered. Avstar’s experience with LaGuardia being under construction has been challenging for chauffeurs. Sometimes they are unable to park in the lot where the passenger is arriving. It’s a long walk to get the client back to the vehicle and most clients want curbside pickup. Not good for customer service by any means.

By | November 8th, 2015|Executive Ground Transportation|0 Comments