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Fly Private Jet Charter from USA to Europe

Experience the ultimate in comfort and convenience on your next Europe Trip

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If you are thinking of planning your next trip overseas, consider chartering a private jet to start and finish your trip on the right foot! Providing the highest standard of comfort, customization, and convenience, a private charter allows you to create a memorable and luxurious travel experience.

Advantages of Flying Private

Chartering a private jet is a great option for those looking to maximize flexibility, control, and enjoyment for their Europe trip. Some of the most notable benefits of flying private include:

  • Convenience. Create a flight itinerary that is most convenient for you by pre-selecting take-off times and end destinations.

  • Optimal Comfort & Efficiency. With spacious cabins and flatbeds, you can arrive at your destination rested and ready to go! Plus, flying into private airports minimizes wait times once you arrive at your destination.

  • Stringent Safety Measures. Private charters go through rigorous checks before taking off, and international flights are always audited by ARGUS and Wyvern for safety. In fact, private charters are said to be a safer option than commercial flights!

Popular Routes & Destinations

Another great advantage of chartering a private aircraft is that private jets have access to 10x as many airports in Europe than commercial airlines. This access provides you and your guests with even more destination flexibility and the opportunity to reduce ground transfer and direct routing by flying into smaller, local airports.

Currently, some of the most popular routes for private jets flying from the U.S. to Europe are:

  • New York to London, 7 hours 10 minutes

  • Miami to London, 8 hours 30 minutes

  • New York to Paris, 7 hours 10 minutes

  • Dallas to Madrid, 9 hours 20 minutes

  • Los Angeles to Geneva, 10 hours 50 minutes

  • New York to Nice, 8 hours 5 minutes

With a private charter, you can fly anywhere you like and avoid layovers, long wait times, and the risk of lost baggage.

Choosing The Best Aircraft

Depending on the size of your party and the amount of desired space on the aircraft, there are a few different categories of private jets suitable for transatlantic destinations.

Private jets landing in the airport

Mid-Size Jets


Although the most compact aircraft for transatlantic flights, Mid-Sized Jets do not compromise on luxury and offer stylish interiors and added amenities.

Seating for 5-10 passengers

Range of over 2,000 miles

Includes jets such as the Gulfstream G150 and the Cessna Citation Latitude

Super Midsize Jets


Slightly larger in size, Super Midsize Jets offer a more spacious design and are equipped with advanced avionics to minimize the noise in the cabin.

Seating for 10-11 passengers

Range of 3,500 miles

Includes jets such as the Bombardier Challenger 300 and the Dassault Falcon 200S

Heavy Jets


As a larger aircraft, Heavy jets can accommodate more passengers, more baggage, and additional staff so you can make your journey as comfortable as possible.

Seating for more than 10 passengers

Range of 9,000 miles

Includes jets such as the Bombardier Challenger 650 and Dassault Falcon 900

Ultra Long Range Jets


The most luxurious of all the private jet categories, Ultra Long Range Jets offer the most space and amenities for flyers.

Seating for 12-19 passengers

Range of 6,000 – 6,500 miles

Includes jets such as the Gulfstream V and the Bombardier Global 6000

Pricing Structure for Private Jets

Two main cost components dictate the price of a private charter: hourly rates and additional fees.

The hourly rate depends upon which aircraft you select. The average hourly rates by aircraft before any additional fees are:

  • Mid-Size Jets, $4,000USD / hour

  • Super Midsize Jets, $5,000USD / hour

  • Heavy Jet, $6,000USD / hour

  • Ultra Long Range Jet, $8,000USD / hour

Additional Fees include:

  • Airport Charges – Includes landing and handling fees which will vary depending on your aircraft and the airport.

  • Fuel Surcharges – Depends upon your aircraft, the distance traveled, and the current cost of fuel.

  • Positioning Fees – If your aircraft is not already located at your airport of choice, you may be charged a repositioning fee.

  • Crew Expenses – May include per diems, meals, and hotel costs if applicable.

  • Taxes – International flights may be subject to VAT or Goods and Service Taxes.

Private jets charter for peak traveling seasons, or on major holidays and sporting events may experience surcharges due to increased demand.

Opportunity with Empty Leg

An empty leg is a one-way flight taken by an aircraft when it has no passengers. This type of flight often occurs when a private jet returns or repositions itself for its next client.

Discounts up to 75% are usually available on empty leg trips at short notice. For flyers with flexible schedules or first-time clients, discounted empty leg trips are a great opportunity to experience private flying at a more affordable price point.

Sit Back, Relax, and Enjoy Your Flight

Flight staff is committed to creating the ultimate in-flight experience. They will work with you beforehand to make the journey as comfortable as possible, including:

  • Working with you to arrange transport before and after the flight

  • Allowing you to request specific entertainment options

  • Customizing the menu to meet specific requests and dietary restrictions

  • Arranging the cabin to offer a bed or sofa depending on your selection

Private jet charter interior

Start Planning Your Next Europe Trip

At Airacer, we are committed to delivering the ultimate experience. Our professional flight consultants are eager to work with you to create a flight itinerary that is luxurious, safe, and customized to your needs. Begin by requesting a quote, and we will happily help you plan your next adventure.


Contact:

Tel: +1 800-213-5051

Email: charter@airacer.com

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