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How To Charter Air Travel

Introduction

Air travel by chartered plane or jet can provide you with an experience that is quite different from traveling on a commercial flight. Privacy, comfort and flexibility are some of the main features enjoyed by those who choose to charter a private jet or plane. Here are some simple tips on how to charter air travel for you or your group.

Step 1


Finding travel by charter air really isn’t a whole lot different than the process you would use if traveling by commercial airliner. There are several different services that provide air travel by charter. Before beginning your search and price comparison you will need to know your destination, travel itinerary and the number of passengers that will be traveling with you.

 

Step 2


The best place to begin your search is with one of the leaders in aircraft charter services. Air Charter is one of the leading services in the industry and you may visit their website at www.aircharter.com. Their website features a user-friendly interface which will guide you every step of the way while booking your air charter travel.

Step 3

Another place you can find air charter travel is with Blue Star Jets. They offer many different options when it comes to booking air charter travel. You may visit them on their website at www.bluestarjets.com. You can receive a quote or book right online with Blue Star Jets. 

Step 4

Charter air travel options don’t just exist with some of the smaller named businesses. Although those businesses focus primarily on charter air, there are a couple of the major airlines that also offer chartered flights. Delta Airlines is one of the major airlines that offers that option. For more information about charter air travel with Delta Airlines, you may visit the charter section of their website by going directly to: www.delta.com/business_programs_services.

 

 

Step 5


North American Airlines also offers a variety of options for charter air flights. To find out more about their charter air travel options you may visit them online at: www.flynaa.com. In addition to receiving a quote, you can view detailed information about their charter service including the specifications of each plane or jet they currently have in the fleet of aircraft available.

Step 6

Other airlines that offer charter services are listed below. Some of the listings are not charter based airlines but they do offer the services for charter travel. Many destinations are available when you research options offered by:

  •  ABX Air
  •  Aer Lingus
  •  Air Adriatic
  •  Air Anatolia
  •  Air Atlanta Icelandic
  •  Air Finland
  •  Air France
  •  Air Inuit
  •  Air Japan
  •  Air Srpska
  •  Air Sweden
  •  Air Tindi
  •  Air Transat
  •  Alliance Airlines
  •  ATA
  •  AOM French Airlines
  •  Arrow Air
  •  Aviogenex
  •  Belavia
  •  BEXAIR
  •  Birgenair
  •  British Airways
  •  British Caledonian
  •  Britannia Airways
  •  Capitol Air
  •  Carnival Air Lines (Owned by Carnival Cruise Lines)
  •  Cargolux
  •  Champion Air
  •  Citybird
  •  Enter Air
  •  EuroAtlantic Airways
  •  Finnair
  •  First Choice Airways (formerly air2000)
  •  Frontier Flying Service
  •  Futura
  •  Germania (airline)
  •  Hapag-Lloyd
  •  Helios Airways
  •  Japan Airlines
  •  JMC Air
  •  Kelowna Flightcraft Air Charter
  •  Kenn Borek Air
  •  Ladeco
  •  Lion Air
  •  Lot Polish Airlines
  •  Luzair
  •  Magnicharters
  •  Martinair
  •  Miami Air
  •  Monarch Airlines
  •  Omni Air International
  •  Ozjet
  •  North American Airlines
  •  Palmair
  •  Skyservice
  •  Small Planet Airlines
  •  Starair
  •  Sterling European Airlines
  •  Sobelair
  •  Sunrise Airways
  •  TAME
  •  Thomas Cook Airlines
  •  Thomsonfly
  •  Tango (division of Air Canada)
  •  TransMeridian Airlines
  •  UPS
  •  White
As you can see, there are tons of options when it comes to charter air travel.  For a private flight experience, you should check them out and see what kind of deal you can get for you and your group.

 

Tips

Some charter air services have airmiles points programs available. 

Sources and Citations

www.bluestarjets.com

www.aircharter.com

www.delta.com

 

 

By Susan Hill, published at 03/27/2012
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