Beyond whisking passengers in comfort and style on charter flights, the team of FAA-certified flight instructors at FlightGest, Inc. trains aspiring aviators to soar among the clouds themselves. Operating out of Raleigh-Durham Airport, the teachers conduct proficiency training and lessons in everything from introductory flights to private pilot's licenses aboard a fleet of fully-equipped aircraft such as Cessna 172 and Piper aircraft. Both new and experienced pilots can also practice executing maneuvers and handling difficult situations inside the FAA-approved single- and multi-engine flight simulators that are equipped with a full instrument panel.
The licensed and insured chauffeurs at A Premier Luxury Transportation ferry their clients to myriad destinations throughout Raleigh and Durham. They steer the company's fleet of limousines, vans, and buses to wherever their passengers may need to be, such as the airport or the altar. While drivers calmly and confidently handle the hassles of the road, passengers can sit back and relax in comfort and style?or sweep the cabin for stowaways hiding between seat cushions and under floor mats.
Once the logistics are squared away, Raleigh Rickshaw takes passengers on a tour of the City of Oaks via a pedal cab, or "rickshaw." Tours begin in front of the Raleigh City Museum on Fayetteville Street and last approximately one hour. During these 60 minutes, passengers will be pedaled through more than 200 years of history, as Raleigh Rickshaw's cabbies pull parties past a plethora of points of interest. Sights on the tour include the historic City Market, founded in 1914; "Grog Alley," the saloon-centric strip of town noted for its bar fights and gambling; and the birthplace of Andrew Johnson, the famous "Angry President." It's an informative introduction to North Carolina's capital city for out-of-towners, as well as an exciting new way for longtime residents to see the city where they live, work, and bake soufflés.
The drivers at Corporate Level Transportation Incorporated endure all of the annoyances of road travel—traffic, parking, attention that could be paid to something else—so that their clients don't have to. The chauffeurs open doors and load up suitcases before hopping into the saddle of a black sedan or van, and zipping off to destinations such as the airport, a conference, or nightclubs. Passengers, meanwhile, are able to catch up on work, make important phone calls, or sit back and simply enjoy the ride in comfort.
Staff Size: 11?25 people
Average Duration of Services: 30?60 minutes
Brands Used: Taxi
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