ATLANTA, GA, July 23, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Peachtree Aviation encourages tennis fans to make their arrangements, including booking their Atlanta charter flights, to attend the U.S. Open tennis tournament this year. The tournament will take place from August 25th through September 8th in the Queens borough of New York.
The U.S. Open is one of the most anticipated and beloved tournaments in the sport. There are five main championships at risk during the tournament: men's and women's singles, men's and women's doubles and mixed doubles. Additional tournaments for senior, junior and wheelchair players accompany these championships. Only the best of the best tennis players are invited to compete for the championships and their impressive cash prizes.
The tournament's structure is unique in the world of tennis due to its final-set tiebreaks. Other Grand Slam tournaments feature a "deciding set" instead of a tiebreaker. This tiebreaker system makes the U.S. Open feel more electric and exciting, especially when you are in the stands.
Tickets for the U.S. Open are currently on sale through the tournament's website, www.usopen.org
. Full series subscriptions, individual event tickets and group tickets are available.
Once you have purchased your series or individual event tickets, Peachtree Aviation encourages you to make your arrangements for traveling.
"We offer private jet charters to and from the U.S. Open that are scheduled to meet your travel needs," says James Barber, CEO of Peachtree Aviation. "In addition to being at your beck and call, we will work with you to ensure that any additional needs or desires you may have will be met during your flights."
Learn more or book your travel at http://www.peachtreeaviation.com
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