Private Jets/Turbos/Twins

Private Jet Charter is the ultimate in travel

Enjoy the privacy and solitude that flying in your own aircraft can provide.

With Private Jet Charters, you can drive your car alongside the aircraft to load and unload your luggage, park your car for free and be immediately whisked away to any destination you desire. You can also conduct business in a totally secure environment and without any interruptions. Plus, you can enjoy your own personally selected catering.

There are essentially two classifications of “Private Jet Charter.” The first is when you use an aircraft which is privately owned. Fractional ownership programs would fall into this category since various individuals purchase shares in a particular airplane. The second is chartering a jet from a certified air carrier for your own personal use. The latter is what we do and do quite well. Both may appear similar, but there are important differences, primarily as it relates to safety. Shown below is a comparison of the two categories.

Major Differences in Jet Charters

Personal Jet or Fractional Ownership Jet Charter. (Part 91)
  • Maintenance – Parts are replaced only when they break.
  • Pilots – They earn their pilots license for life. Future testing is optional.
  • Fractional Ownership Jet Charters – Many of these companies claim to conduct business under the same safety standards as the FAA Part 135 air charter operators.   However, they are not required to do so and are not subject to the same FAA scrutiny when operating under Part 91 which applies to private ownership.
Charters Operated by Certified Air Carriers. (FAA part 135)
  • Maintenance –The FAA determines when various parts on an aircraft will fail or reach the end of their useful life. Unlike private ownership, certified charter operators must replace all parts prior to a potential failure in accordance with the FAA time-lines. Learn More
  • Pilots – Pilots must meet minimum charter requirements. Upon hiring, and every six months thereafter, pilots receive 5 to 10 hours of training which typically covers every possible emergency that could be encountered on the aircraft they are flying. They are also subjected to oral, written and flight exams. Learn More
  • Air Charter Companies – The companies, as well as their records, aircraft and pilots, are all subject to inspection at any time. If a discrepancy is found, the company can be shut down until such time as they are again in full compliance. Learn More