UK Covid19 Lockdown 2

Hire a private jet during the second national lockdown in the UK. Prime Minister Boris Johnson has told the UK population that we will be going into a month long national lockdown from Thursday 5th November – Wednesday December 2nd 2020.

At the end of this period we will go back to a regional approach, based on the latest data. Just as we were starting to get back in the air with travel corridors popping up every Thursday and our passengers having the confidence and peace of mind to return to flying, we find ourselves headed back into ‘lockdown’.

You must: 

Stay at home, except for specific purposes

Avoid meeting people you do not live with, except for specific purposes

Close certain businesses and venues.

With the announcement at the weekend of an additional month long period of lockdown, we realise that many passengers have put their travel plans on hold, however if you need to travel for business we can still get you there. For our leisure travellers we can still book your flights for winter and into 2021.

Beautiful view of unique Roque Cinchado unique rock formation with famous volcano Teide in the background on a sunny day, Teide National Park, Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain

If you are booking any further ahead than the next 12 weeks, then you will only have to pay your 20% deposit at this stage.

We are only working with operators who are flexible in re-scheduling the flights, so why not ensure that you have a family holiday booked at a great price, to look forward too.

It might make these dark and dreary winter days and nights a little easier to get through. As with the first lockdown, we will still be available to take your calls or emails and assist you with any questions or bookings that you may have.

With commercial flights being cut back sometimes the best and only way to travel is by private jet. If you need to fly back home from abroad this is something we can help you with. We have just organised a flight from Spain to Manchester, for clients who have decided to return home after spending the summer in Spain. So travel is currently still possible, with good reason.


We have full COVID-19 protection plan in place for the aircraft that we charter. The aircraft will be extensively deep cleaned and sanitised prior to every flight. The sanitiser is an approved product called SurfaceSan. SurfaceSan is a ready to use hand surface cleaner and sanitiser (food safe) for use on any hard surfaces including steel, wood, linoleum and plastic.

Whilst we are doing our very best to keep our service as normal as possible the passengers should expect some changes: PPE is available for passengers on board the aircraft, together with additional sanitisers for use throughout the flight.

We are also recommending that passenger wear facemasks for further protection through the airports and on board the flight.

Whilst we do encourage the wearing of facemasks for everyone’s safety, the passengers can make their own decision whilst on board. However, we would certainly ask that should a passenger approach the crew they wear their masks.


If you live in England, you cannot travel overseas or within the UK unless ifor work, education or other legally permitted reasons.

  • Travelling to or from work where this cannot be done from home
  • Travelling to education and caring responsibilities
  • To visit those in your support bubble for childcare

For anyone looking to travel into England, you should check the current travel corridor list to see whtehr you need to self isolate for 14 days.

If you do need to travel overseas from England before 2 December (and are legally permitted to do so, for example, because it’s for work) even if you are returning to a place you’ve visited before, you should look at the rules in place at your destination and the FCDO travel advice.

The authorities in the country or territory you’re travelling to are responsible for setting and enforcing the rules for entry. If you’re unclear about any aspect of the entry requirements, or you need further reassurance, you’ll need to contact the embassy, high commission or consulate of the country or territory you’re travelling to.

You should also consider checking with your transport provider or travel company to make sure your passport and other travel documents meet their requirements.

Entry rules in response to coronavirus (COVID-19)

Testing / screening on arrival

Each country has their own entry protocols, so it’s vitally important that you know before you go.


Please note: Prices shown are estimated prices for charter of whole aircraft – alternative routes, aircraft and airports are also available upon request. This estimated price is subject to availability, slots, traffic rights and schedule.