After drivers pull up to Executive Valet Parking and hand over the car keys, they can hop on a shuttle bound for Fort Myers International Airport. Rather than waiting for the vehicle to fill up, shuttle drivers depart shortly after the first passengers take their seats. And on arrival, they assist passengers with any necessary luggage maneuvering. As the shuttle makes its rounds, valets park cars in their temporary spaces, where they can slumber peacefully beneath the watchful gaze of up-to-date video surveillance. If desired, technicians can also perform car-care services while owners are off enjoying their travels.
Laz Fly Airport Parking stows cars at their Bradley International Airport facilities, treating vehicles to safe storage and services while owners are away. Drivers take charge of their cars' temporary resting place with self-parking or entrust Laz Fly Airport Parking’s reliable valets to deliver cars to asphalt napping spots. Valet customers enjoy canopied protection while dropping off vehicles, and all customers can preserve their glass slippers with free shuttle service to the airport. Motorized steeds rest snug in a lot supervised 24/7, blissfully less jealous of their owners’ exotic trips to Bora Bora or Branson, Missouri.
Autos enjoy stem-to-stern pampering during an exhaustive detailing service, which leaves interiors vacuumed and glass surfaces crystal-clear. An interior shampoo and thorough purging of doorjamb debris creates a speckle-free cockpit, while fellow cars feast their eyes on an exterior free of fine scratches, oxidation, or wax buildup. Laz Fly Airport Parking’s auto stylists finish the service with a paint seal, wheel clean, and tire dressing so cars stop leaving footprints all over the garage's plush carpeting.
Deluxe Limousine Service whisks its customers around town in a fleet of 18 extravagant automobiles, including stretch limos, sedans, and more. Traverse urban jungles in a stretch limo ($75 per hour, three-hour minimum), containing rope lighting, ceiling mirrors, privacy glass, and more, or partake in VIP excursions in a professional sedan ($55 per hour, five-hour minimum), perfect for convincing neighbors of your secret-agent double life. A professional, well-dressed chauffeur, with a minimum of three years of experience, ensures passengers enjoy a safe and fun journey from start to finish. Whether driving business associates around to lunchtime paintball tournaments, or escorting decked-out divas to midnight socials, Deluxe's dispatchers send forth its grand ground gliders 24 hours a day, seven days a week, using state-of-the-art technology.
Unlike swimming, nobody learns to fly by being thrown in the deep end. Instead, it takes gradual instruction to teach students the controls and feel of an aircraft guided by their hands. Luckily, instructors Antonio Ferrara and Zachary Barrett specialize in that sort of slow-burning scholarship. Both men make their living with their heads in the clouds. Ferrara flies for a commercial airline, ferrying passengers across vast distances in enormous jets. Barrett also possesses his commercial pilot's license, along with an FAA Flight Instructor certification.
At Affordable Aircraft & Flight Instruction, LLC, the duo helps fledgling flyers find their sky legs with discovery flights and group ground school. They also teach longer courses, guiding students toward certifications as private-, multiengine-, and commercial-rated pilots.
Because Connecticut Flight Academy’s fleet includes four Piper aircraft in addition to an FAA-approved flight simulator, the school's certified instructors can help students of all skill levels accomplish their goals, whether they want to learn where the controls are before getting in the air or accrue the flight experience they need to become professional pilots. The school's location at Hartford-Brainard Airport is an asset; the airport's proximity to Boston and New York means students can practice in high-traffic areas and experience New England’s swift weather changes.