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Company Announces Largest Public Listing Of Private Jet Charter Empty Legs

'New Flight Charters' Lists More Than 200 Available Legs Aboard Private Aircraft

New Flight Charters, an on-demand private jet charter brokerage, now publishes the largest public listing of empty legs in the jet charter industry comprised of over 200 upcoming and available empty legs from U.S. private charter aircraft.

The updated listing is public and easily referenced on any device or computer by bookmarking the online Empty Legs List.  The company's Best Price Guarantee applies, also to private charter flights of any kind.

Known sometimes as "dead-heads" or "ferry flights", empty legs are flights without passengers on board when an aircraft needs to be moved.  Often a private charter jet will have empty leg flights associated with an existing flight schedule- when it needs to move to another location to start a charter, or return back to base after completing a charter, or similar situations for its owner's flights.

These empty legs, when an aircraft needs to fly a certain direction, can be a good opportunity for a discounted jet charter.  Aircraft can be re-routed to accommodate a similar charter flight need.  For example, an empty leg from Houston to Denver can be rerouted for a Dallas to Aspen charter at a lower than normal cost.

Quotes will vary since each empty leg charter is unique, but pricing is typically 30-50% lower than standard charter quotes.

Ten examples from the current Empty Legs Listing of over 200 flights:

  • Miami Fl – Teterboro NJ, Gulfstream IV-SP, heavy jet, Nov.27-28, $17,000
  • Jackson Hole WY – Las Vegas NV, Citation CJ3, light jet, Nov.30, $5,500
  • Teterboro NJ – St. Maarten, Hawker 900XP, midsize jet, Dec.1, $16,800
  • San Francisco CA – Seattle WA, Challenger 350, super-mid jet, Dec.1, $14,500
  • Denver CO – San Diego CA, Citation Sovereign+, super-mid jet, Dec.1, $9,200
  • Van Nuys CA – Sun Valley ID, Gulfstream IV-SP, heavy jet, Dec.2, $13,600
  • Aspen CO – New York NY, Citation CJ4, light jet, Dec.1-3, $16,700
  • Teterboro NJ – Nassau Bahamas, Hawker 800XP, midsize jet, Dec.4, $17,700
  • Ft. Lauderdale FL – Eagle CO, Phenom 300, light jet, Dec.8, $15,800
  • Boca Raton FL – Chicago IL, Hawker 800XP, midsize jet, Dec.21, $12,750

"When an empty leg matches up with a flight need, there is no better value in private flying," commented Rick Colson, New Flight Charters' president.  "With with the largest aircraft resource of 7,598 in the U.S., New Flight Charters sources ideal options for any requested charter including empty legs, based and floating fleet aircraft, and with the industry's only Best Price Guarantee."

A second attractive and cost savings solution are floating fleets.  The fastest-growing segment in private jet charter are non-based "floating fleet" aircraft with better point-to-point, one-way pricing.  These can be available for all types of flying, from shorter one-hour flights to coast-to-coast and international flights.  Floating Fleet aircraft do not have to return to a base, and thus can be more cost-effective charter options.

453 floating fleet jets from 40 operators are available nationwide through New Flight Charters; all sizes from light jets to ultra long-range jets such as the Gulfstream V and Global 6000.  Charter quotes for these floating fleet aircraft are typically 15-30% less than traditional based aircraft.

(Image provided with New Flight Charters news release)



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