Figuring Out Which Private Jet To Go With

July 19, 2015 in Daily Bulletin

Paul Sullivan took a look at the arduous task of figuring out your private jet travel:

  • When it comes to flying around in a private jet there are a lot of factors to consider and most people don’t make such a purchase frequently, so there are consultancies who help you figure out your options.
  • For example if you decide to charter a jet the consultancy will provide safety support by doing a background check on the pilot to make sure they actually have experience flying that particular type of plane.
  • They may also recommend programs similar to international minutes for phone cards. Customers purchase ‘hours’ that they can use on a private jet, and they’re eligible to spend those hours whenever they want.
  • They can always top up the hours if they run out.
  • The costs usually comes out to $16,000 an hour – before membership fees and fuel surcharges.
  • This is substantially cheaper than the millions of dollars that purchasing your own jet costs.

Read more about the factors that Centives readers should consider when they next drop in to their local private jet dealership over here.

Source: The New York Times