What if we told you that you could buy time?
Time is undoubtedly the absolute most precious commodity a savvy businessman possesses. It’s limited. 24 hours a day. That’s all you get. It’s non-renewable, non-refundable and cannot be planted to grow some more for future generations. In fact, time is the only commodity out of our control. You can capture the sun to generate solar energy, the wind to power turbines and harness water for its immense potential. Indeed, man has accomplished space travel and reached mars. We have managed to make robots cognitive and capable. We’ve even managed to multiply ourselves (we meant through genetic engineering! Duh! What were you thinking?)
However, time continues to elude us and remains untamed. It is limited. It is beyond our control. And it will pass.
And yet, here we are. Claiming, in some small way, we can offer some of your day back to you. If you could, wouldn’t you like to buy time?
It’s simple really. All you need to do is step away from the bandwagon effect where you’re doing something just because everyone else is. Just because everybody and their brother is flying commercial doesn’t mean you have to do the same. In fact, it’s all the more reason why you should NOT go there. Exclusive jet service with ECS is the only way to fly for you.
What is it about selecting a charter jet service that stops most people? The expense isn’t it? And yet, you were more than intrigued with the idea of being able to buy time. Well, when you charter a private jet to accommodate all your travel needs, that’s exactly what you do. You pay for hours of your precious time.
Let’s Do The Math
Consider this. If you fly a commercial airline, you need to report at least 2 hours before departure. If we consider the transfers for long distance flights you are looking at an added 1 – 4 hours perhaps. Add in an extra half hour to 45 minutes before you can finally exit and be on your way.
Now if you charter a private jet with ECS, you report barely 30 minutes before takeoff (that’s 1.5 hours saved), you have no layovers and no touchdowns in between (save another 1 to 4 hours) and you can be on your way in less than 15 minutes (save 30 minutes more).
At the very least with no layovers, no stops and just a direct flight from Point A to Point B you save a minimum of 2 hours every time you fly. Practically speaking however, you save many more hours spent in researching and booking the flight, adjusting your schedule to accommodate airline schedules and waiting at airports. Not to mention having to fly in the previous night or on a red-eye flight. Compare that with having your very own charter jet waiting for you. It’s hardly a conundrum anymore is it? You really CAN buy time.
So the question now is not whether you can buy time? It is HOW much do you believe your time is WORTH?