Charter Flight Cost Estimator Tool
The following private jet charter flight estimator tool offers estimated instant private jet charter pricing for round trips, one ways, and multi-leg private flights. You can also choose the options at the bottom to view available empty legs and even add a customized empty leg monitor for a flight you are planning!
**Please Note: Additional availability may not show in your search results. Please submit your request and one of our professional charter flight professionals will give personal attention to your flight search to offer you the most accommodating and cost-effective options for your itinerary.
At Exquisite Air Charter, private jet safety is our greatest concern; whenever you fly, wherever your fly, each and every time you fly!
What we do to ensure private jet safety is not compromised?
To address private jet safety, we have made sure that Exquisite Air Charter’s team of professionals have access to a complete database of thousands of audited operators, thousands of the most qualified pilots around the world, and the most airworthy aircraft available for charter. Our team members run reports from the leading independent aviation auditing firms that have set the standards in aviation safety auditing! The detailed private plane safety information provided by these firms gives our team members a great starting point to match the most perfectly suited aircraft to each of our valued clients but we don’t stop there!
Private Jet Safety Auditing Firms
The private jet safety auditing firms’ audits often emphasize the age of the aircraft, progressive maintenance, modern avionics, proven safety devices and pilot training and experience; however, not all levels of auditing firm ratings offer this information so we know that we cannot rely on these firms alone. To learn more about the shortcomings of these safety auditing firms, please read this article: Are Independent Private Jet Flight Safety Ratings Overrated?
Exquisite Air Charter’s Additional Private Jet Safety Standards
In addition to the standards set forth by these firms, Exquisite Air Charter has even more stringent private jet safety standards which include the following:
- Pilots are required to have a current medical card provided by an FAA approved medical examiner
- Pilots must have current flight safety training
- Pilots must have attended a recurrent ground simulator training course, for the specific type of aircraft being flown, within the past 12 months
- Aircraft must have all inspections up to date and performed at an FAA approved facility
- Aircraft are required to carry a minimum of $50M in liability insurance and our passengers (or their company) can request to be named as additionally insured
In addition to the comfort of knowing you are flying with a company who puts your safety at our highest regard, your experience will be enhanced by our impeccable service. Our charter specialists ensure that no detail is overlooked. Whether your requests are entertainment-focused, catering-focused, or you really like a special wine – we guarantee the luxurious experience you should expect when flying private – just let us know!
What are the safest private jets?
It is important to understand that the FAA has airworthiness standards in place to ensure that all private jets are safe. You can learn more about the FAA’s Airworthiness Certification. Additionally, some consideration must also be given to the idea that newer planes are often developed with safety advancements in mind. For this reason, some of the newer versions of existing models are likely to be the safest options out there. With respect to particular makes and models, please consult with your air charter specialist for additional information.
FAA Safety regulations
The Federal Aviation Administration has different regulations for how aircraft are operated. For instance, charter flights are typically operated as FAA FAR (Federal Aviation Regulations) Part 135 operations. Part 135 is for air carrier and operator certifications. Part 91 is another certificate type that covers general operating and flight rules specific to non-commercial operations (owner-operated). There is a section of part 91 regulations that is very specific to fractional programs (subpart K).
Part 135 regulations are much stricter than Part 91 operations. For this reason, it is very important that you (and the charter company you are contracting with) strictly adhere to only accepting LEGAL flights being operated under FAA Part 135 operations.