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Some ideas of how I would approach this.
I would ditch the miniature bourbon bottles. If your going to have whiskey, have it in a Scotch glass with some ice in it.
Get a proper sized champagne bottle, some long stem flute glasses and rotate the bottle so that the labels aren't visible.
Get the guy to wear different clothes - in the 1st shot he looks like a driver picking up a client, and then in the second wearing the same gear he looks like a business man. The colours of his suit blend into the interior. Might be better to get one of the company's pilots to stand in for the 1st shot with the white shirt, shades and 4 stripes on the shoulder.
Try to do some wider shots showing the whole car and aircraft.
Look for the small details - they are usually the ones that catch you out. For instance the mat at the bottom of the stairs has some creases in it.
Where is the baggage door on the Beech? Having the luggage where it is waiting for the model with the car boot lid open on the opposite side seems wrong. Surely they would put the luggage straight into the boot?
Hopefully this is constructive and not nit picking.