PJS Pricing Overview
The private jet cost is primarily based on the flight time involved, and length of stay. Stops and the actual departure/arrival airports have some bearing, but the way to receive the best price is to schedule far in advance, allowing the aircraft to remain with your group and removing the cost of “dead head ferry legs.”
The more passengers on an aircraft, the lower the per-passenger cost.
Groups of 30 or more can expect pricing surprisingly competitive with first class and business class airfares.
As a general rule, an average of two hours of flight time per day is necessary to leave an aircraft with a client, therefore all trans-oceanic flights will price favorably.
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