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Airline to the Stars - Spectrum Air Flies A-List to Sundance

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While many budget airlines offering cheap flights during these winter months to film festivals may cut quality and customer satisfaction to save money, at least one airline still knows how to treat VIP passengers. That airline, for A list stars and executives, is Spectrum Air.

With bookings for trips to Sundance under way, passengers on Spectrum Air's executive flights won't have to worry about being too cold in the air, near Utah's 15 and 20 degree temperatures. No paper thin blankets here, for this airline is the Ritz of flying, with celebrities already booking fast.

The airline to the stars, Spectrum Air, announced its schedule last month of private jet executive flights to the Sundance Film Festival taking place in Park City, Utah from January 21st to January 31st, 2010. The flights will be scheduled on a round-trip basis from Los Angeles as well as from New York City.

spectrum air jan 2010

Unique to other private jet providers, the luxury airline is offering per-seat reservations allowing entertainment industry executives and supporters of the renowned Sundance Festival to fly individually or as a group. By doing so, Spectrum Air is removing for their clients the obstacle of having to charter an entire plane. Festival goers can now fly via private jet to Sundance at a fraction of the cost of chartering an entire jet.

The "Per-Seat" flights are all-inclusive with un-marked limousine ground transportation at both departure and arrival, gourmet catering and premier in-flight services where the heat is on and the quality of treatment is legendary. Aboard one of Spectrum Air's Gulfstream IVs or a Falcon 2000 Jet, passengers will experience unparalleled service defining what "executive private jet flying" should be. No cramped legs or bag limits here, and they don't make you throw away your essentials. Its how the stars fly.

In addition, all Spectrum Air flights depart from and land at private airport terminals offering maximum discretion as well as complete avoidance of long lines and common airport delays.

Spectrum Air is a luxury private jet airline based in Los Angeles, California. As one of the most innovative private jet services in the world today, Spectrum Air's primary objective is to make private jet flying more accessible without barriers to service and to deliver an in-flight experience that is far above what is traditionally accepted as first class. Defined as a game-changing approach in the luxury private jet service industry, the company is one of the premier airlines to offer per-seat reservations removing the obstacle of having to charter an entire plane.

By reserving individual seats on the company's premier fleet of corporate jets, first class passengers no longer have to deal with the hassles of long lines, cumbersome security checks and congested major airports saving them valuable time. In addition, Spectrum Air does not require upfront fees through membership programs, fractional ownership plans or through minimum commitments. Spectrum Air utilizes FAR Part 135 jet carriers that exercise full operational control of flights. FAR Part 135 air carriers meet all FAA safety standards.

www.flyspectrumair.com

Gulfstream is a registered trademark of Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation. Falcon 2000 is a registered trademark of Dassault Falcon Jet Corp. Sundance Film Festival is a registered servicemark of Sundance Enterprises, Inc.

Contact: Talent Manager Bruce Edwin for Spectrum Air

bruce.edwin@flyspectrumair.com

www.flyspectrumair.com

Spectrum Air: Toll Free Telephone; 1-877-359-9966

The Hollywood Sentinel, 2009.

Bruce Edwin is editor of The Hollywood Sentinel and President of Starpower Management, the celebrity focused model and talent firm. Contact Bruce at TheHollywoodSentinel.com

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