Atlas Aviation's tours glide through skies, providing guests with aerial views of Raymond James Stadium. The leisurely outings travel everywhere from the Sunshine Skyway to St. Petersburg's beaches, and can give passengers views of sports stadiums and marine wildlife such as dolphins or sharks. Scenic tours are only one of many activities available at Atlas Aviation since 2004. From their waterfront hangar at Peter O. Knight Airport, the piloting crew teaches first-timers to fly during lessons split between ground training and time in the air. They also direct a flight training program that leads to advanced ratings and commercial licenses.
Premier Parking Ventures solves commuters’ daily existential crises by carving out secure parking lots on six downtown Tampa corners. Strategically placed concrete pedestals glaze over highly trafficked avenues with affable attendants and reliable security. Drivers with a mallet to drop at the Florida State Circuit Courthouse can roll into the 1012 East Madison Avenue auto nursery ($66.20) and rest their vehicles next to safely snoring auto-tots. The 401 South Florida Avenue ($66.20) parking palace safely eases guests of the catty-cornered Tampa Convention Center into slots where their wheels may rest under the sun, heating leather seats and leftover food scraps alike.
As a kid, it was easy to say things like, "One day, I'm going to drive a racecar." For many, those thoughts came before the reality of having a mortgage, bills, and a budget set in, a realization that ended those most lavish of childhood dreams. As its name suggests, One Day Luxury strives to make those dreams come true—even if it's only for single day. The company rents out rides by the hour and by the day. Its garage gleams with exotic cars, including a Lamborghini and Audi A8, and classic muscle cars, including a 1978 Corvette. For a little less power and a little more zip, travelers can also hop on jet skis and Ducati motorcycles.