Private Jet Charter Flights for Stranded Carnival Splendor Passengers
Stratos Jet Charters Inc., a worldwide air charter agency, announced today that it is now offering immediate one-way private jet charter service from San Diegoand Long Beach, California for passengers disembarking the disabled Carnival Splendor cruise ship.
The Carnival Splendor has been adrift at sea since Monday, after a fire broke out, effectively cutting off the ship’s power supply. The 3,299 passengers onboard the ship were left without hot food, air conditioning and hot water for three days, until tug boats dragged the luxury liner to the San Diego port Thursday afternoon.
According to recent news reports, the Carnival Splendor is now docked at the San Diego port and officials are now in the lengthy process of disembarking thousands of passengers off of the ship. As soon as passengers reach the port, they will either be transported back to Long Beach, California, the departure point of the cruise, or provided hotel accommodations in San Diego.
In response to the cruise ship disaster, Stratos Jet Charters is now offering Carnival Splendor passengers immediate air charter transportation out of San Diego and Long Beach to any destination in the world. Stratos Jets private flight advisors specialize in providing multiple aircraft options that can accommodate the specific needs of individuals and families of different sizes.
According to Joel Thomas, Stratos Jets President, his air charter coordinators have access the safest and most comfortable turboprop, light, mid-size and heavy jet aircraft in the San Diego (SDM) and Long Beach (LGB) areas. Thomas says that his private flight advisors have been specifically trained to handle all last-minute, ASAP requests and can arrange a jet charter flight out of San Diego or Long Beach with as little as four hours notice.
Due to the large volume of stranded travelers, Thomas advises passengers to book their jet charter flights as soon as possible to ensure aircraft availability and avoid long lines and hassles at commercial airports.