Archive for Frequently Asked Questions

Coronavirus & Private Jets

March 20th, 2020 | Posted by Admin in Frequently Asked Questions | News

What is Essential vs Non-Essential Travel during the COVID-19 Outbreak? How will this affect Private Jet Travel? Updated Entry Requirements into the United States as of 12/21/2021: If you are a non-U.S. citizen who is a nonimmigrant (not a U.S. citizen, U.S. national, lawful permanent resident, or traveling to the United States on an immigrantRead the Rest

Differences between Part 380 shared flights and Part 135 charter If you’re looking into private flights as an alternative to commercial travel over the next few months, you’ll come across two types of services offered in private aviation: Part 380 shared flights and Part 135 charter flights. Although both of these private aviation services offerRead the Rest

What is an FBO Airport?

July 18th, 2019 | Posted by Admin in Frequently Asked Questions

Everything You Need to Know About Fixed Base Operators and Private Terminals at Airports Private planes are notorious for offering unsurpassed levels of luxury, privacy, and comfort during your flight. So what’s the experience like before you board? Where do you go to board your plane? Will you be stuck in the crowded passenger terminals?Read the Rest

Looking to get from here to there in the fastest way possible? Chartering a private jet is the way to go. Private charter flights allow you to go where you want, when you want. You don’t have to arrive at the airport two hours before your flight. You won’t have to stand in long security lines andRead the Rest

Pricing for Pets on Commercial Airlines & Private Planes Moving with your pets can be hard, and the majority of pet travel experts recommend that you avoid flying with them if possible. In most cases, traveling by car is the most cost-effective & pet-friendly option. However, there are many situations where flying becomes unavoidable due toRead the Rest

What is a Charter Flight?

December 12th, 2018 | Posted by Admin in Frequently Asked Questions

Differences Between Regular & Private Charter Flights, and How to Charter a Private Plane Charter flights offer far more flexibility than their scheduled counterparts, serving virtually any destination around the world, with itineraries that are tailored for every flight. They are unscheduled and are not available as part of the regular routing offered by commercial airlines.Read the Rest

What is a Tail Number?

December 7th, 2018 | Posted by Admin in Frequently Asked Questions

How Private Planes are Registered and Identified Whether it’s commercial or private, every plane is assigned a registration number, the same way license plates are given to cars. They’re referred to as tail numbers, and are typically displayed on the tail of the aircraft (hence the name), or in the case of many private jets, onRead the Rest

What are the differences between flying private and scheduled commercial airlines? When comparing the pro’s and con’s of private jet charters versus commercial flights, there are two major factors that swing to both extremes of the pendulum: cost and flexibility. Scheduled airline service is by far the most affordable way to travel. All you needRead the Rest

Airport Codes

March 1st, 2017 | Posted by Admin in Frequently Asked Questions

IATA vs ICAO vs FAA – What do they mean? An explanation of the origins and history of codes used by airports around the world. Airports around the world are commonly identified by their 3 and 4 letter codes. These codes are assigned by IATA, ICAO, the FAA and other civil aviation organizations. Although someRead the Rest

Most Popular Private Jet Routes

January 18th, 2017 | Posted by Admin in Frequently Asked Questions

Top 10 Business & Luxury Jet Routes Around the World The fall months of September and October saw a steady climb in business aviation in the United States, and business jets in Europe and Russia continued moving across the Mediterranean for both meetings and end of summer holidays. Check out the most popular private jetRead the Rest