P.R. Party Lines’ fleet of vehicles includes 17- and 23-passenger limousines, a mini bus, and even a trolley. The crown jewel of their establishment though is their collection of eight party buses. These vehicles once safely transported kids to school and now safely transport adults on wine tours, wedding days, and nights on the town. P.R.’s transportation services are also environmentally friendly, as most of their vehicles are powered by biodiesel fuels.
Exec 1 Aviation's professional flight instructors lead discovery flights, which take prospective aviators to the cloud kingdom to show the thrill and ease of flying a plane. Over the course of the one-hour discovery flight, prodigal pilots will experience the thrill of liftoff without the time investment in flight academy or the empty promises of moon shoes. The air chariot is a Cessna 172 two-seater aircraft with bench seating in the back, good for up to two additional passengers or one looking to take a high-altitude snoozer. Fliers who want the view without the responsibility can opt to have their instructor take the helm. With this mini flight school, aviation junkies curious about earning their wings can take the first step, and those just giddy about gliding with cloud goats can achieve the experience with the throttle in their hands.
Jet Parking houses a 158-space parking lot near the Des Moines International Airport. This fenced, lighted lot offers 24-hour safe parking for those who need to leave their car on romantic getaways to Paris or spur-of-the-moment trips to Antarctica. In case of issues, the lot also has battery jumping and tire inflation available to get you where you need to go. And a complementary shuttle provides service to and from the airport.
First Class Airport Parking offers economical long-term parking for travelers, regardless of if they need one parking spot or several. Once their vehicles are settled in, travelers can hop on the complimentary 24/7 shuttle to Des Moines International Airport, located just two minutes away. In addition to parking and transportation services, First Class's staff can detail cars while travelers are away.
Give Advanced Air Incorporated an hour of your time, and their instructors can give you the power of flight. Their training aircraft climbs high above Council Bluffs, where the airport's 656 acres start to look like the world's most realistic Lego set. The instructor hands over the controls, and novices take charge of a plane for the very fist time. The experience is known as a Discovery Flight, and it's a fitting name. That short time in the air can plant the seeds for a lifelong hobby, or perhaps even a career.
The journey to private or commercial licenses begins in ground school, but skills solidify once on Council Bluffs Airport's runways. CBA offers new pilots an ideal location. The airport lies close to Class C airspace, so new fliers begin communicating with air traffic controllers right away. Here, Advanced Air Incorporated's instructors have led many pupils to success; their website's home page brims with words of congratulations for new fliers or pilots who have gained instrument ratings and advanced certifications.
These students don't set their autopilot to fly off into the sunset. Advanced Air Incorporated keeps pilots around with a rental fleet of 10 aircraft, including Cessna and Piper models. The maintenance team also works on privately owned planes.