Victor, the world’s largest on-demand private jet company, has reviewed the travel patterns of the ultra-high net worth individual, and based on past and current summer booking data, the company has identified the most popular Labor Day routes for those flying private in the U.S., from Los Angeles, New York, and Chicago.
Interestingly, Las Vegas dominates the list as the most popular route from all three cities, and is consistently one of the most visited Labor Day destinations in the country. With its endless entertainment offerings and events scheduled during the long weekend, vacationers can end their summer with a bang, or relax poolside at a resort. Miami comes in a close second, with Victor users from both New York and Los Angeles looking to hit the beach for the holiday. And, Chicago-based jet setters who are not interested in Las Vegas are flying private to Boston and Hilton Head instead.
So, what kind of jets are the elite flying in to Sin City?
For New York residents, a Citation X is the most booked jet type. This long-range, medium-sized jet seats up to 10 passengers. Los Angeles-based Victor users are jetting to their Vegas visit in a Phenom 100. This light aircraft is best for regional flights and holds 4 passengers. And, the Citation XLS is the most popular among Chicago residents flying to Las Vegas. The jet offers the comfort and amenities of a midsize cabin jet, and seats up to 8 passengers.
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