15 Jul What are empty leg private jet flights
An empty leg charter flight, is also known as an empty sector or dead leg, which is when a private jet is flying without passengers. This happens when an aircraft either drops off passengers at their destination and returns home “empty”, or when it flies “empty” to pick up passengers at another airport/destination.
Taking advantage of an empty sector can enable you to make significant savings over ad hoc one way charter prices. The best part, is that you still get to fly in the same luxury aircraft whilst enjoying the same high quality service.
An empty leg quote is subject to the principle flight happening. In the event of a major change in date, route or schedule of the principle flight, the contract will be null and void, and you will receive a full refund or the aircraft availability will be offered at full charter rates.
If you’re flexible with travel dates, then a ’empty leg’ flight is an option. We have flown lots of first time clients to and from destinations such as Spain, France and Portugal on empty leg flights, since travel restrictions have been eased.
Empty Sectors typically go very quickly so don’t delay!
Give us a call or email us today if you would like to enquire about Empty Legs
Please note: Prices shown are estimated prices for charter of whole aircraft – alternative routes, aircraft and airports are also available upon request. The estimated price is subject to availability, slots, traffic rights and schedule.