Here Is Everything You Need To Know
Travelling in style has always been regarded as an experience reserved for celebrities and the select few wealthy enough to afford it. But these days, with the rise of social media influencers and the celebrity lifestyle becoming a reality for more people than ever before, being picked up in a private jet is not so far fetched anymore.
So you’ve got the golden ticket and the call came through — you’re flying private! Now, the question on your mind might be…what do I take on a private jet?
Lately, a number of private jet plane FAQs have been popping up on social media, and with the growing tally of luxury line passengers, I thought I’d do some research and get down to everything you need to know for a Living Smart flight. First things first: flying private sure has its perks, from skipping the lines at check-in or security, to being able to wear and do (almost) whatever you like. Ultimately, the biggest advantage of flying private is getting to your destination quicker — and of course, in real style. With all that in mind here is my how-to for your first flight on a private jet plane! Who’s ready to go overseas?
Beauty on Board
Boarding your first private jet flight overseas can be a daunting experience, and everyone wants to make a good impression — or at least make it look like they aren’t complete rookies. Airline travel takes its toll on our beauty and having the right products can change the game for your skin and body.
The humidity on board causes dehydration, which means your skin needs more care to stay supple and fresh. I also suggest using products like soothing masks, moisturizers and revitalizers. Find out more about the best beauty products to take on board in this handy beauty guide for flying private.
When it comes to arriving at your destination and all eyes are on you disembarking, you want to make sure you’re going to wow them all — but not with oily hair after being in the air for 9 hours. Using a sensitive dry shampoo foam will give your hair the volume and sheen it needs to make a statement. If you can’t get your hands on a dry shampoo or conditioner, make sure you wear your hair in a loose ponytail or even a bun, and when possible use an inflatable neck-pillow to ensure your hair doesn’t get flattened by the headrest.
Staying fresh and looking glamorous in the air are no easy feat — just ask any air hostess and they will tell you just how much work goes into looking that great in the skies. On a private jet you have the luxury of personal service, so make sure to drink as much water as you can between all that Champagne. And this airplane food is the airplane food you want to eat — so tuck in and make sure to get your beauty sleep in the sheer opulence of private jet plane seats.
What to Wear For Your First Trip on A Private Jet Plane
Deciding what to wear for a flight is always a hassle. Do I go formal and look good? Or do I wear trainers and feel good? When asked what to wear for an overseas trip on a private jet flight, I always recommend that you should arrive looking the part.
Make sure that you pack the right clothes for warm and cold. With smaller cabins and fewer passengers, you might have to endure the owner’s preferences, and I for one hate being caught out cold on a long flight. For the busy bees travelling private, business suits can get hot and uncomfortable on longer charters, try a pair of sexy travel pants such as Skyler’s brand in black and tan, especially when arriving feeling comfortable is a top priority. Another beautiful look which is taking the corporate world by storm with boss-ladies all around the globe is the wide-leg jumpsuit which says classy, comfortable and means business all in one perfect piece.
Now that we’ve got the look down and we’re ready to board feeling like a million bucks, the next (and maybe the most important) part of arriving for your private flight is, of course, private jet etiquette
Etiquette on a Private Jet Plane
Having your own pilot and airline crew might seem like an excuse to live it up like an A-lister, but I’d suggest you keep your cool instead of going overboard and leaving a bad impression on your hosts. If you are not the one chartering the plane you’re definitely not getting shotgun — unless you find yourself as the owner’s ‘plus one’ — so always make sure you let the owner board first. You don’t want awkwardness with them before the flight has even taken off!
These are my most handy tips on everything you need as you go overseas on your first private jet plane experience.
For all other all-important questions, pay a visit to this useful FAQ!