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ATLANTA, GA, May 30, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- The Atlanta air charter company, Peachtree Aviation, is excited to say that it will be providing direct charter flights to the 2014 Wimbledon games held in London. This event is one of the most prestigious in the field of tennis, and it is hosted for two weeks every year. The fan base attracted by Wimbledon is extraordinary to say the least, which is why reserving a flight now is strongly advised. June 23 is only a couple of months away, but seats are filling up fast.
Next Stop, Wimbledon
To escape the hordes of crowds found in public airports, thousands of passengers are opting for the alternative mode of travel known as private charters. To gain access to Wimbledon, customers have three options to choose from: Northolt, Luton and Farnborough are the closest private jet airports that have straight flights to London.
As of now, there are an average of 19 private flights scheduled each day leading up to and during the tournament, which is held from June 23 to July 6 of this summer. In regards to price, passengers should be prepared to pay upwards of $8,000 euros, though keep in mind that flight rates are much lower now than they will be in a month. It is never wise to delay an air travel reservation for a major sports event, especially Wimbledon.
According to James Barber, CEO of Peachtree Aviation, "With a private charter, you can avoid the hassle of multiple stops and airport hang-ups. If you are in fear of missing a good seat at the 2014 games, consider alternative flight options this year."
Peachtree Aviation is a well-known Atlanta air charter company. If you want to learn more about what they do, visit them at http://www.peachtreeaviation.com/.
strong> b]About Peachtree Aviation:
Peachtree Aviation serves as your one-stop shop for aviation services. Whether you need a private aircraft charter, aircraft management, consulting or beyond, we have all that you need.
To learn more, please visit http://www.peachtreeaviation.com/.
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