Factors influencing the price of a private flight
- The distance to the destination and the length of the requested route both affect the flight duration, which is the main factor.
- Aircraft type. Flights with smaller jets are usually less expensive. However, a larger aircraft brings greater comfort and flight speed.
- The number of nights at the destination influences the aircraft waiting fee, accommodation for the crew, etc. These items can significantly increase the private jet rental fee.
- The current location of the aircraft impacts the price especially if there are empty legs required to transport the aircraft to your airport of origin. That is the reason why we preferably offer aircraft, which are located at the given airport or as close as possible. As an alternative, we also offer the option of flying from another airport, thereby eliminating costs of the aircraft’s empty legs.
Its price is often higher due to the charge of an empty leg, as the aircraft must return to its base. Our aim is to eliminate empty legs in order to offer you the most attractive price for the flight.
The price depends on the length of the stay at the temporary destination. It is usually possible to park an aircraft for a maximum of 3-4 days (always depending on the aircraft’s schedule). If the stay happens to be longer, the flight is usually calculated as two one-way flights.
Is the price in the quotation final or are there any hidden fees?
The price of the private jet charter is final. It includes all flight costs, landing fees, ground handling service charges and VIP catering. The only item the price does not include is the possible de-icing of the aircraft, if it is absolutely necessary. This fee is invoiced after the flight.
Does the value-added tax (VAT) apply to the price of the flight?
The VAT is applied only on domestic flights.
Are there any cancellation fees for private flights?
Yes. If you cancel your binding reservation before the scheduled departure, cancellation fees will be applied. These specific conditions will be communicated to you during the binding reservation and contract signing.