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Flying Part 121 And The Private Jet Services Difference

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) outlines hundreds of regulations and standards for the airline industry. These regulations are categorized as “parts” and govern various types of aircraft and airline operations. PJS supports charter flights for nearly anyone, anywhere, any time, but our focus lies in Part 121 charters. Very few

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The Importance of Safety Risk Management in Aviation

By Matt Dubois — PJS Chief of Staff & Director of Safety “Aviation, in itself, is not inherently dangerous. But to an even greater degree than the sea, it is terribly unforgiving of any carelessness, incapacity or neglect.” — Captain A. G. Lamplugh, British Aviation Insurance Group, London. Safety risk

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Safety Ratings – Why are they important?

By Matt Dubois — PJS Chief of Staff & Director of Safety  When seeking private air travel, there are almost too many options from which to pick. They must all be about the same, right? Unfortunately, it is nowhere near that simple.  Safety ratings are an invaluable tool in making

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What Is An Empty Leg Flight And How To Book

Simply put, an empty leg, also known as an empty sector, is a scheduled flight without booked passengers. Operators open these flights last-minute for booking at a discount, typically anywhere from 50-75% off the original charter price to avoid flying without paying passengers. Empty legs occur for one of two

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