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Question & Answer Interview with IQ Magazine 3 Decades and 125+ Tours

Q How have the past few years been for you and how is 2017 shaping up?
A Over the last couple of years (2015-16) we looked after more than 30 tours - pretty much 1,000 sectors - across all continents including many of the top-ten highest grossing tours and
last year's No 1. This one particular tour was over a three-month period, involving seven or eight different aircraft and over 65 sectors, click here to read the article.

Sponsors of Tour Manager of the Year 2016

The Team (Stephanie, Lucy, Paul and Lizzy) attending the Live UK Music Awards where Glen Rowe was the recipient of Tour Manager of the Year Award.

New Recruits

New Recruits Paul Cooke and Suzanne Patchett recently joined our team and have been valuable over the busy Spring and Summer months.

2017/18 Tour Advance Budgeting

At Premier Aviation, we are always happy to advise our clients in the early stages of their tour planning, when the artist's management is putting their complete tour budgets together. Very often this process can start 6 to 9 months ahead of first show dates and to this end, we are already working with several clients on advanced planning for flying their 2018 tours. Initially we receive a show itinerary and then, in discussions with the client, we work out their preferred schedule for the private jet travel we provide. This can be a complex process and may require basing an aircraft in certain cities and flying out-and-back to shows, travelling point-to-point or a combination of both.

Pets on Board

When travelling by private jet charter for a holiday, it is possible for the whole family to travel together, including the 4 legged members:

However, it should be noted that there are certain criteria to follow and the information below should serve as a brief guide to help you plan ahead. The general rule for cats and dogs and ferrets too, when travelling within the EU or non EU listed country!

Pet passport – Obtainable from your vet. Microchip – The number of the microchip must be listed in the pet passport.

Rabies vaccination – Get your pet microchipped before the rabies vaccination or they will need to be vaccinated again.

Tapeworm treatment for dogs – This must be administered between 1-5 days before arriving in the UK, and must be recorded in the pet's passport.

There are many anomalies however and if in doubt the best source of information can be found here taking your pet abroad.




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