Everyone is flying charter these days. The latest charter news comes from the Vatican. The Vatican's travel office has partnered with a small Italian jet company, Mistral, to offer flights to holy sites around the world. The jets will have interiors decorated with sacred inscriptions and will travel to a wide-ranging variety of holy sites in the Holy Land, Spain, Mexico and other places. BBC News reports that the first flight will be on August 27 from Rome to Lourdes, France and that the vicar of Rome, Cardinal Camillo Ruini, is expected to be on the first flight.