As part of the Luxaviation Group, Starspeed will benefit from access to the Luxaviation Group’s global portfolio of partners and clients, 25 world-class FBO facilities, 15 maintenance centres and the Group’s global fleet of more than 250 aircraft.
Forget urban sprawl and uncivilised ports of entry. Instead, imagine rolling green hills dotted with clusters of shingled village roofs . . . bursts of glittering large towns interlaced with shimmering waterways . . . all woven together by swift-moving highways and rail lines. This is what it’s like to land at Cambridge International Airport. Having Cambridge as your home base for business aviation means having the rest of the U.K. and Europe handily at your doorstep, within minutes or a few short hours, without the hassle of extracting yourself from a busy city.
ExecuJet’s Cambridge FBO is a strategic choice for any kind of visit to the U.K. But not only is it good for the business at hand, it’s good for the person. You can do as much or as little as you like. Enjoy tea at a snug café or a pint at an atmospheric pub. Watch pedestrians trundle along cobbled streets or punters glide over the river Cam. Walk the ancient streets and alleyways, explore the university’s different campuses, stumble across market squares and hidden gardens, or try and catch glimpses of open fields through breaks in between buildings. If you’re feeling more ambitious, a full calendar of annual events within the city is sure to have just what you like. Summer festivals, open lectures, concerts, plays and guided tours mean that year-round you can always find something new to learn and see. If you feel a little more active, give punting a try or take part in a bike tour of the city.
But it doesn’t stop at Cambridge – remember those villages dotting the rolling green hills you saw on your imaginary flight? Get to them on one of the highways or rail lines and explore even more of what surrounds the city. From the horse racing home of Newmarket, the ancient market and abbey of Bury St. Edmunds, to Ely, the historic former home of Oliver Cromwell, there is a wealth of exploration to be had at whatever pace you like – from leisurely to energetic.
If your travels bring you into London, Cambridge is conveniently located just 60 miles northeast of the city’s centre. Time is precious and in short supply, so you can continue to work in the back of a spacious executive car, until you reach the city in just under an hour by convenient road networks. If you’re concerned about Greater London traffic, a helicopter transfer can get you to London with a transit time of about half an hour. For those who don’t want to deal with flying into London and its congestion, Cambridge serves as a favourable alternative you can fly into and out of — bringing you close to London without the hustle and bustle of the area’s busier airports.
You can (almost) have it all at ExecuJet Cambridge. Set only 3 km from a city that always beckons the visitor, this world-class facility is where all your aviation needs can be met, with staff who set the gold-standard for customer service and efficiency and facilities that make any journey worthwhile. Flying in and out of Cambridge International Airport will make any trip to the U.K. something you will not just need, but look forward to.