With 7Bus, passengers travel between Manhattan and Long Island in comfy and spacious motorcoaches. Rather than battle traffic and trade barbs with GPS systems, riders can decompress in leather seats, plug into a personal power outlet, and tap into the free WiFi to watch videos of kids asking “Are we there yet?” Safety is as much a priority to 7Bus as comfort and promptness. The company trains its drivers on a simulator and uses MobileView camera technology, which allows operations to monitor drivers and thus ensure safe and responsible transit.
Though most kids dream of one day being a pilot, very few ever get a chance behind the cockpit. The team at American Flyers seeks to change that by training students to obtain a pilot’s license or merely try out their skills in an introductory lesson. The flight schools’ numerous locations feature flight-training software, online courses, and pigeon mentors to grant students numerous ways to learn how to fly.
Core Helicopters launches students skyward during hands-on helicopter lessons with certified, experienced staff on high-performance R22 helicopters with heated or open cockpits at Linden Airport, only 14 miles from New York City. Fledgling flyers begin their sojourns on the ground, with 30 minutes of in-depth training in flight controls and safety. Next, the pilot and pupil air-kiss the tarmac adieu before they climb into the cockpit, where strapped-in students get hands-on chopper experience for 15 airborne minutes. Soaring past the atmosphere's cloud-shaped sheep, pupils take over the flight controls themselves, or sit back as the instructor pilot takes the helm. Each trainee leaves the lesson holding an FAA-authorized, bird-notarized certificate for proof of their flight training. The flight time also counts toward a future pilot's license, should the student choose to pursue it.
Additional options including extended flight times, flight instructors demonstrating high-performing, advanced maneuvers, and flight-of-two flights where two helicopters will fly side-by-side together, which allow air-to-air photos with friends, are available for an additional fee.
Special Rate Limousine LLC's fleet of 23 luxury vehicles is a museum-worthy sight to behold. Among its ranks is a brand new Mercedes sedan, a sleek shuttle bus, and a classic Rolls Royce, which can add a touch of old-world opulence to wedding processions or trips to the prom. At the helm of each vehicle sits a trained and licensed chauffeur, who ensures that passengers get to their destinations in a safe and expedient manner.
First Class Limousine's fleet of luxury vehicles helps groups of partiers paint the town red. Stretch limos such as the Hummer and Escalade feature laser lighting, TVs, and mini bars for nearly two dozen passengers and their supersized submarine sandwiches. Smaller rides include the classic Lincoln Town Car and the vintage Rolls-Royce. Whether it's prom, an airport ride, or a wedding, the limos ensure you'll arrive in style at any event.
The attendants at Park2Fly at Newark Airport know that figuring out what to do with your car when heading out of town can be a source of frustration. Most public parking is short-term, tow trucks are always on the prowl for illegally parked cars, and daycares generally only accept cars that have been potty trained. The Park2Fly lot presents a solution to this conundrum of car ownership. Attendants keep watch over their flock of vehicles 24 hours a day while owners fly in and out of Newark Airport. Travelers simply pull into the lot and select an outdoor or indoor space on their own—or let a valet do it for no extra charge—and then wait a few minutes for the airport shuttle to arrive and whisk them off to the airport curb.