As the capital of Ohio, Columbus is a bustling city that attracts all kinds of tourists and business travelers each year. Thanks to its diverse economy with multiple thriving industries and the presence of multiple Fortune 500 companies, the city has been named one of the best in America by Business Week magazine. If you are planning to travel to Columbus for business, taking a private jet can help you get there faster and give you more opportunities to network or conduct business conversations while you travel. You can set up a full board meeting in flight on a private jet, complete with a table for everyone to work, wi-fi and video conferencing.
Choosing the right airport can have a big impact on the quality of your travel.
There are several airport options in Columbus, including the Port Columbus International Airport (code CMH), the Rickenbacker International Airport (code LCK), and the Boston Field (code TZR).
Reliever airports include Bolton Field (code TZR) and the Ohio State University Airport (code OSU), and other public airports include the Darby Dan Airport (code 616) and the Columbus Southwest Airport (code 041).
The flight from YYZ to Columbus takes just over an hour. You can ensure that you don't add a lot of unnecessary travel time to your flight time by avoiding the check-in lines and crowds of the bigger airports and commercial airlines. Stick to private jet travel and a smaller airport to get where you need to be quickly.
The rule of thumb when traveling to any major center of business is to plan ahead. Far ahead.
Give yourself at least several months to book your hotel and car. Stay off the beaten path if you can so you don't have to wrangle with the crowds.
Plan your itinerary to give yourself a little time to explore also. Columbus has some great attractions, including wonderful museums, theaters and restaurants. Even if you have just a day to yourself, you can see a little of what the city has to offer.
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