Empty leg charter flights occur when aircraft need to fly to their next destination with an empty cabin. If these flights are in the same general direction that you want to fly, you can experience private jet flying at a significant saving.

Aircraft: Citation CJ2

The high performance Citation CJ2 is a roomy, light aircraft. It’s contemporary, spacious cabin interior gives the impression of a much bigger aircraft.

cessna-citation-cj2-aircraftIncorporating the latest in avionics technology, the CJ2 comfortably accommodates up to a maximum of six passengers. The cabin of these small jets feature six individual seats in a club four plus two arrangement with  washroom facilities at the rear.

The Citation Jet 2 is the ideal choice for near European private flights for up to 3 hours where jet travel is essential, but economy is also important. The CJ2 is probably the most reliable light jet ever built and it’s extremely popular with our clients.

The separate baggage holds are plentiful and remote to the cabin so that sporting guns can be carried.  The CJ2 offers greater range and speed, perfect for a flight from Manchester to Rome or London to Lisbon.


110V Outlet, 230V Outlet, AirShow, CD player, DVD player, Glassware, Headsets, Ice bin, Lavatory, Leather seats, Pets allowed, Satellite phone, Ski tube, Television

Charter Routes 

  1. Citation CJ2 (Seats 6) Manchester – Biggin Hill Wednesday 15th February £1,750
  2. Citation CJ2 (Seats 6) Manchester – Biggin Hill Monday 20th February £1,750
  3. Citation CJ2 (Seats 6) Manchester – Geneva, Sunday 19th February £2,995
  4. Legacy 650 (Seats 13) Manchester – London Luton, Saturday 18 February, £ ENQ 
  5. Citation Bravo (Seats 8) Manchester – Salzburg, Wednesday 15th February, £ENQ  
  6. Learjet 75 ( Seats 8) Manchester – London Luton, 26 February, £2,600  


Call us today on +44 (0)161 436 0124 or email info@falconaprivatejets.com for more details

*Price is subject to aircraft and crew availability at the time of booking.

*Empty leg T&Cs apply

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