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Frequently asked questions (FAQ)

Flying privately makes the most of your valuable time by giving you the privacy and convenience to hold business meetings, work efficiently, or relax before your destination. Private jet charter operators are able to fly into smaller airports that will be closer to your destination.

With a private charter, you are buying time on an aircraft, vs buying a seat on a commercially-scheduled airline flight. Aircraft are usually chartered by the hour for which you have use of the entire plane. You pay the same price for the plane, be it for 1 passenger, or filled to capacity.

They don’t need as long runways and can land in smaller airports that are unavailable to commercial airlines. So, to answer this question: YES, PRIVATE JETS CAN FLY ANYWHERE.

Most private jets tend to be faster and more fuel efficient than their commercial cousins, some flying at speeds of well over 500 MPH, which can cut significant time off of cross-country flights.

But with a harmonised aviation industry, modern technology across the board, including cockpit software, flight planning, air traffic control management, aircraft performance upgrades and more, the reality is that both private jets and commercial airliners are extremely safe.
Purchasing a jet is a big investment and decision. A good reference to consider is if you are spending 300 hours or more a year in the air, a private jet is a smart investment. If you are flying less, consider chartering until your needs require a private jet.
No. Private jet travel does not require a plane ticket. By definition, the entire plane belongs to you for a few hours, so there are no seats allocated. Using a private jet charter company such as AEROAFFAIRES gives you the privilege of simply going to the airport.

If there’s a storm, a private jet is easily able to fly around it, giving passengers a smoother and more comfortable journey. Commercial airlines are not able to do this with as much ease. The amount of air traffic at their altitude lessens the likelihood that they’ll be able to change course.

As a rule of thumb, each seat on a light or midsize jet equates to one passenger and one item of luggage. Each item of luggage is considered to be the standard 23 kilograms, or 50 lbs.

There are smaller jets with a total passenger capacity of as few as six. Others will accommodate as many as eight. You’ll find the largest private charter jets have room to seat up to 18 passengers comfortably.

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