There are a lot of reasons to charter one of London Air Services Ltd.’s swanky new Learjets, not the least of which is that even if you end up in the toilet it may still be one of the most memorable flights you ever took.

“People laugh when they go aboard but it’s got a leather seat, its own desk and its quite comfortable,” said Wynne Powell, president of LAS.

Launched in 1999, LAS has established itself as a business jet charter company serving a tiny but lucrative market made up of travellers for whom time and comfort are more important than money.

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