Moving to private flights over commercial ones

13th February 2023

Are you tired of long lines, cramped seats, and endless delays on commercial flights? It's time to experience the luxury and convenience of private jets. While flying private may be a bit more expensive than commercial airlines, it can still offer great value. In fact, if you're flying in a large group, private jets can often cost the same as or even less than a business class ticket on a commercial airline. And, if you keep an eye out for "empty legs," you may be able to save up to 75% on your next flight. For example, you could fly from London to Switzerland in a seven-seater private jet for around £700 per person - roughly the same as a business class seat.

Unmatched Comfort and Personalization

When you fly private, you can expect VIP treatment from start to finish. Private jets offer a level of comfort and personalization that you simply can't find on commercial flights. Enjoy premium catering, champagne, and reclining seats that provide unrivalled comfort. And, you can even arrange for anything to be catered for ahead of time, making your flight truly personalised.

Maximise Your Productivity

When you fly privately, you have the luxury of controlling your schedule. No more wasting time rushing to the airport or dealing with the stress of potentially missing your flight. If you need a little extra time, simply let your pilot know, and they will delay takeoff. With the ability to plan your flight times around your schedule, you can use the time saved for more important tasks. Whether you need to catch up on work or simply relax, flying privately allows you to maximise your productivity and make the most of your time. With the added comfort and personalised experience of a private jet, you'll arrive at your destination feeling refreshed and ready to tackle whatever lies ahead.

The Convenience of Empty Legs

"Empty legs" (also known as "empty sectors") refer to a journey's return leg when a customer only books a one-way flight. These empty legs provide an excellent opportunity to charter private jets at a low cost, sometimes even up to 75% off. Ideal for last-minute plans, empty legs can be negotiable, but it's important to keep in mind that they are only one way and have limited routes.

When to Fly Private

There are many circumstances where flying private may be the best option for you. Whether you need an emergency flight after missing your scheduled flight, a luxurious business trip to impress clients, or a way to transport a large group of people quickly and efficiently, private jets offer a range of aircraft types to meet your needs. From small propeller planes to regional flights and even larger airliners, you'll find the perfect plane for your needs.

Going Green with Private Jets

At a time when sustainability is more important than ever, it's understandable that some may have concerns about the environmental impact of private jets. However, the private jet industry is actively working to reduce its carbon footprint. Many private jet operators now offer eco-friendly options, such as using biofuels or implementing carbon offset programs. In addition, private jets are often more fuel efficient than commercial airlines on a per-passenger basis, as they fly more direct routes and with less weight on board. By choosing to fly privately, you can also minimise your carbon footprint by reducing the time spent travelling and avoiding connecting flights. Whether for business or leisure, private jets can be a sustainable and responsible travel option.

Upgrade Your Travel Experience

Whether you're looking for a more comfortable, convenient, or personalised travel experience, private jets offer it all. So why not upgrade your next flight and discover the benefits of flying privately for yourself?"

Aircraft types that can be chartered

Very Light Jets (VLJs)

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Ideal for short trips with a small number of passengers (1-6 people). VLJs typically have a range of up to 1,000 miles and are a cost-effective option for those who require flexibility and efficiency.

Light Jets


Ideal for short to medium-range flights (up to 2,000 miles) with a small to medium number of passengers (6-8 people). Light jets offer a comfortable cabin experience, and are typically more affordable than larger private jets.

Midsize Jets


Ideal for medium-range flights (2,000-3,000 miles) with a medium number of passengers (6-9 people). Midsize jets offer more space and comfort than light jets, and are a good choice for longer flights.

Super Midsize Jets


Ideal for medium to long-range flights (3,000-5,000 miles) with a larger number of passengers (9-12 people). Super midsize jets offer more space, luxury and comfort, and are often preferred by executives and VIPs.

Heavy Jets


Ideal for long-range flights (5,000+ miles) with a large number of passengers (12+ people). Heavy jets offer the ultimate in luxury and comfort, and are typically equipped with features such as private bedrooms, en-suite bathrooms and meeting rooms.