If you start looking to fly a private jet, it means your time is worth even more than it used to be and you can no longer afford to slow down productivity.
Business aviation doesn’t always mean private jets and private jets don’t necessarily means golden lavatory, caviar and champagne.
Chartering an aircraft is buying a turn-key travel service to a certified Air Operator ( called AOC or Part135 )
These operators are fully certified by their civil aviation authorities to fly passengers from point A to point B,
in addition, operators can obtain excellence rating for the service provided like Hotels get their stars.
The best example is found in Alaska, where 300+ Legal Air Operators (Part 135) and more than 1.100 aircraft are available for charter, more than all European operators together.
Some Alaskan aircrafts can carry only 1 passenger like the Piper J3 while the average is 6 seats like the DHC-2 Beaver.
A charter flight is calculated by adding positioning, client flight, airport fees and extra fees as nights, waiting time, etc
All theses parameters are calibrated by the operators on JET&CO platform to let our algorithm calculate and provide the best estimation
Aircrafts are categorized by their performances, cabin size, and range * Prices stated are per hour
Empty legs are one way discounted flights, sold with 30-90% discount as they have been paid already by the previous or the next user
It can be an excellent opportunity to experience business aviation and try different aircraft
Have a look to all flights available on JET&CO Empty legs
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