Traveling should be a fun experience even if it is for work, because you get to see new things, meet new people, and experience life in a different city. But traveling can also be stressful, and due to everything being new it can make even normal, mundane events more difficult, like finding your hotel, a nice restaurant, or the entertainment you prefer.
That is why our team here at Vault Aviation wanted to put together a list of the most helpful travel apps for private jet charter flyers – from concierge services to finding the best cocktail lounge or restaurant, even vacation options, and resort reviews, our apps have it all.
Check out our 5 favorite travel apps that you should check out the next time you fly with a private jet charter – for fun or for work.
Zagat – for the Foodie
If you love food, then you’ll love Zagat which will help you narrow down your restaurant options and find the one that perfectly matches your needs, mood, or palate.
Want to find a restaurant based on location like Dallas? How about the best desserts near you in Nashville? Maybe you care more about the atmosphere and finding a fine restaurant in DC? With all of these search features, Zagat makes finding the perfect meal easy – even if you’ve never been to the city before.
Velocity Black Private Group App
Velocity Black is made exclusively for the elite, meaning, their clients aren’t flying coach. So, if you want to enjoy your trip to the nines, then Velocity Black is the app for you.
Want to go hot air ballooning, swim with orcas, or book an around-the-world tour? Then Velocity Black can help you. They have popups, afterparties, private events, boat concerts, and can book anything for you.
There is currently a waiting list for Velocity Black, but you can apply and receive information within minutes. The annual cost is around $2,000 – so this app is only right for you if having dinner on a pyramid, or attending the Grammy Pre-party, is on your to-do list for the next year.
Luxe City Guides – for the Explorer
Luxe City Guides gives you the information you want, and none of the cheap touristy dribble that many guides show. Whether you are planning the trip for yourself and your family, your business party, or you are planning a travel itinerary for your boss, these guides are worth their price.
Each city guide is sold individually for $15, or you can buy the complete set for $150. Want digital guides, printed versions, or both? They have options for that as well.