Private Jet Charter FAQs

General Questions

How much does it cost to charter a private jet?

Private jet charter starts at around £4000 per hour but varies a great deal, depending on where you are going, when you want to fly and what size aircraft you need. If you have got a particular trip that you would like a price for, ask us here. Flying On Demand gives you access to live marketing pricing, but our JetCard membership programme offers a fixed hourly rate for any journey. If your plans are flexible, an empty leg is the most cost-efficient way of flying privately and can save you up to 75% of the charter price. 

What different types of private jet are there?

There are six categories of aircraft you can choose from – very light, light, midsize, super midsize, large and global. Each category increases in cabin size and range. We can give you access to any private jet aircraft within each of these categories. Explore our aircraft guide to view all the aircraft you can choose from. 

How much luggage can I take on a private jet?

Each aircraft has a different baggage allowance and hold size. You can generally take much more baggage on a private jet than on scheduled services and it is much easier to transport outsized luggage, such as sports equipment. Some private jets also offer direct access to the hold from the cabin. Our team will advise you on the best aircraft for your trip to ensure your baggage is accommodated. Ask us here if you would like more information about luggage for a particular trip. You can explore our aircraft guide, which gives you an indication of the baggage allowance on each aircraft. 

Can I fly with my pets when travelling by private jet?

Yes, you can take your pet on your private jet. Flying in the cabin with you is a safe and comfortable way for your pet to travel. Depending where you are travelling, you will need the correct documentation for your pet. Let us know if your pet is flying with you so we can advise you and make any necessary arrangements. For more information about flying with your pet, read our blog post.

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