Outfitted for a night of entertainment, Phoenix Limousine's luxurious party buses transport groups of up to 24 members during three-hour extravaganzas. Licensed chauffeurs ensure a safe arrival at desired destinations as they captain wheeled festivities from stop to stop. Convoys can choose to get dropped off at prominent junctures, such as concerts or sporting events, and birthday soirees and bachelor parties can glide swiftly to different bars and lauded yard sales. Glossy seating snakes through the bus's interior and weaves gracefully toward the back where a flat-screen TV awaits. Traveling shindigs can funkify gatherings with an arsenal of strobe lights or utilize the iPod connection to infuse parties with dance-worthy grooves and beats for an epic "Wheels on the Bus" rap battle.
Bruno's Limousine’s chauffeurs add refinement to crowded city streets and wide-open highway with their ritzy fleet vehicles, cruising to and from airports, arenas, and out-of-the-way hangouts in New Jersey, New York, and Connecticut. Whether piloting sleek stretch limos or wrangling huge, black Chevy SUVs, drivers arrive in vehicles ready to match the mood of occasions such as weddings, business meetings, or weddings held at drive-thru chapels after business meetings.
Wings Air Helicopters' band of experienced pilots advocate the beauty of airborne travel through charter services, flight lessons, and an aerial film-production studio. Luxury jets, decked out with sectional couches, meeting tables, and bars, grant passengers and their mobile studio audiences safe travels with charter and cargo services. Within helicopter cockpits, Bose noise-canceling headsets block out the hum of spinning propellers to ensure clear communication during charters and tours. Wings Air Films offers a wide range of aerial production services, supplying movie helicopters and camera platforms to capture bird's-eye shots of famous landmarks or Waldo sightings for motion-picture and television industries.
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.
Writing a letter or eating a rotisserie chicken aren’t things you should do while driving. During trips to JFK, LaGuardia, Newark, or a range of other locations with drivers from Five Star Limo Car Service Inc., though, patrons don’t have to keep their eyes on the road. As the gleaming vehicles slip through traffic, passengers relax to prepare for stressful business meetings or hammock-modeling gigs.