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European Private Jets organizes private flights on large business jets. The catalog contains only a small part of the aircraft available for rent. In it, we reflected the most popular models in demand in business aviation. The full catalog includes about 9,000 aircraft of various types and classes. Our flight consultants will be happy to help you choose the best large private jet, compare individual models and explain the benefits of each. You can ask questions by phone 8 (495) 241-17-65 or via e-mail flight@private-jet.aero

McDonnell Douglas DC-8-72 aircraft
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The Douglas DC-8 was a four-engine jet airliner produced from 1958 to 1972. The DC-8-72 was a direct conversion of the -62 models, replacing the JT3D engines with CFM56-2 turbofan engines with a large 22,144 lb-ft (98.5 kN) bypass in new bodies built by Grumman. The maximum takeoff weight remained the same, but there was a slight reduction in payload. The model was certified in 1982.

Gulfstream IVSP aircraft
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The aircraft was developed by the American company Gulfstream Aerospace for corporate and business flights. Thanks to its intercontinental range, the IVSP easily crosses oceans and continents. It was the IVSP that set new standards in business aviation. Quality of materials, low noise level, reliability and flight performance have enabled the IVSP to take the lead in the segment of long-haul business jets.

Gulfstream IISP aircraft
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The upgraded Gulfstream Aerospace II-SP (Special Performance) replaces the previous Gulfstream II model on the production line. Compared to the previous airliner in this line, the Gulfstream Aerospace II-SP is equipped with a more powerful engine, 2 x Garrett GTCP 36-6. The design and comfort level of the cabin meets international requirements for increased comfort. 

Gulfstream III aircraft
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The Gulfstream III, a business jet produced by Gulfstream Aerospace, is an all-weather, long-range, high-speed aircraft equipped with two Rolls-Royce Spey turbofan engines with thrust reversers.

The Gulfstream III was built in Savannah, Georgia, USA, and was designed as an improved version of the Grumman Gulfstream II. The wingspan was increased by six feet and five-foot wings were added, and the fuselage was lengthened with an additional two-foot section behind the main door and an extended, reshaped fairing. The Gulfstream III also had a new curved windshield, cockpit instrumentation and autopilot were replaced, and maximum takeoff weight was increased.

Gulfstream G350 aircraft
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The G350 is the short-range version of the G450. It has the same appearance as the G450 and includes a PlaneView cockpit, but does not have EVS as standard equipment, which is available as an option.

Gulfstream brought the G350 to market in 2005 as an intermediate in the product lineup between the G200 (with a range of 6,100 km) and the widebody G450 (with a range of 8,000 km). In this segment, the G350 faced stiff competition from the Bombardier Challenger 604 and the Dassault Falcon 2000EX.

Gulfstream G300 aircraft
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This is the GIV version, which has a shorter range. The G300 takes 13 passengers on board, with a maximum flight time of more than seven hours - enough to get from the Middle East to almost anywhere in Europe. The model also features Gulfstream's signature large panoramic portholes, so passengers get plenty of natural light while enjoying the size and comfort of the cabin.

Embraer Legacy 650 aircraft
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Embraer Legacy 650 is an administrative type aircraft produced by the Brazilian aircraft manufacturing company Embraer.
The development of Embraer Legacy 650 was based on the model Legacy 600, but the distinctive feature of the aircraft is the ability to make longer flights (maximum flight range of 7200 kilometers).


Embraer Legacy 600 aircraft
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The Embraer Legacy 600 is a business jet derived from the Embraer ERJ 145 family of commercial jets.

The Legacy 600 is based on the ERJ 145, but includes additional range with additional fuel tanks in the tail and front of the wing, added winglets and a significant reduction in drag. It is certified to operate at 41,000 feet (12,000 m) versus 37,000 feet (11,000 m) for the airline configuration. Launched at the 2000 Farnborough Air Show, the Legacy carries 16 passengers for 3,050 nautical miles (5,650 km) or eight passengers for 3,450 nautical miles (6,390 km). 

Embraer ERJ-135BJ Legacy aircraft
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The Embraer ERJ-135 is a shortened version of the ERJ-145. The aircraft was developed by the Brazilian company Embraer for operation on long regional routes with low passenger traffic.

Commercial operation of ERJ-135 started in 1999. There are two passenger versions of the aircraft: ERJ-135ER (Extended range) and ERJ-135LR (Long Range). Since 2002 the Embraer Legacy business jet based on the ERJ-135 is also produced.

Dassault Falcon 50 EX aircraft
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The Falcon 50 had the same fuselage cross-section and volume as the earlier Falcon 20 twin-engine jet. It was later replaced by the 50EX version with improved avionics and was also used as a prototype of the Falcon 900 series. The last Falcon 50EX was built in 2007, but there are still a large number of Falcon 50EXs on the charter market, with impressive capabilities and an elegant interior.

Dassault Falcon 2000 LX aircraft
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The Dassault Falcon 2000 is a French business jet in the Dassault Aviation Falcon line of business jets, as well as a twin-engine, slightly smaller version of the three-engine Falcon 900 with a transcontinental range.

The Falcon 2000LX is a 2009 version of the Falcon 2000EX EASy with increased range, with the addition of mixed Aviation Partners wings providing a range of 4,000 nautical miles.

Dassault Falcon 2000 EX aircraft
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The Falcon 2000 Exeasy is a long-range administrative jet developed by Dassault Aviation.

The Falcon 2000 EX modification is based on the Falcon 2000 twin-engine administrative aircraft. The Falcon 2000 EX entered the market in 2004. It is equipped with new fuel-efficient engines Pratt & Whitney PW308C with the FADEC control system, and its fuel capacity increased by 31% compared to its predecessor. As a result, the aircraft had a range of 7000 km, thus getting closer to long-haul airliners. The Falcon model has an EASy cockpit based on the Honeywell Primus Epic avionics complex.

Dassault Falcon 2000 DX aircraft
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The Dassault Falcon 2000 is a French business jet in the Dassault Aviation Falcon line of business jets, as well as a twin-engine, slightly smaller version of the three-engine Falcon 900 with a transcontinental range.

The Falcon 2000DX is an updated model, certified in 2007, based on the 2000EX EASy with the same PW308C engines

Dassault Falcon 2000 aircraft
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The Dassault Falcon 2000 is a French business jet, part of the Dassault Aviation Falcon line of business jets, and a twin-engine, slightly smaller version of the three-engine Falcon 900 with a transcontinental range.

The Falcon 2000 is the original version, certified in 1994 with CFE (General Electric & AlliedSignal) CFE738-1-1B turbofan engines.

Bombardier Challenger 800 aircraft
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The Challenger 800 is a medium-range passenger aircraft for local airlines developed in 1995 by Canadair, part of Bombardier Aerospace. It is distinguished by an increased fuselage length by 6.09 m and a large wingspan; vertical aerodynamic surfaces are installed on the wing tips.

Bombardier Challenger 650 aircraft
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The Bombardier Challenger 650 is a modification of the Challenger 605 model of the famous Canadian manufacturer, presented to the public in 2006. The new aircraft has a more comfortable cabin capable of accommodating 12 passengers, as well as an upgraded Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21 avionics system. The public saw the aircraft in 2014 as part of a trade show in Florida.

Bombardier Challenger 605 aircraft
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Bombardier Challenger 605 - introduced in early 2006 as an avionics and structural upgrade of the 604 design. Structural improvements include larger cockpit windows. The cockpit hardware has been upgraded with Collins Proline 21 avionics and an "electronic flight bag" capability. It can be visually distinguished by the new rounded tailpiece.

Bombardier Challenger 604 aircraft
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The Bombardier Challenger 604 is a major redesign of the 601, including more powerful engines, increased fuel capacity including rear seat tanks, a new undercarriage for increased takeoff and landing weight, structural improvements to the wings and tail, and a new Collins ProLine 4 avionics system. 

Bombardier Challenger 601 aircraft
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CL-601-1A was a modified version with winglets to reduce drag and more powerful General Electric CF-34 engines. (66 built, including 4 CL-144s). CL-601-1A / ER - 601-1A was retrofitted with an additional fuel tank in the tail section. The CL-601-3A was a flat-powered engine with a glass cockpit. This was the first version sold by Bombardier. CL-601-3A / ER - 601-3A with an extra fuel tank in the tail section. CL-601-3R - the tail tank was made standard and used "unguided" aircraft type engines (no left or right), matching what was used on the CRJ.

Bombardier Challenger 600 aircraft
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The Bombardier Challenger 600 series is a family of business jets designed by Bill Lear and first produced by Canadair until that company was bought by Bombardier Aerospace in 1986.

The CL-600 was the original production version, powered by Avco Lycoming ALF 502L turbofans with 7,500 lb-ft (33.6 kN) thrust each. Built until 1983 (83 were built). CL-600S - 76 CL-600 aircraft fitted with CL-601-1A wings. 12 aircraft purchased by the Canadian Air Force Command, with names CC-144, CE-144 and CX-144.

Bombardier Challenger 850 aircraft
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The Challenger 850 business jet has a spacious cabin designed to carry up to 15 passengers and includes a working area, bedroom or dining area, a spacious kitchen and a roomy luggage compartment with a capacity of 5.72 cubic metres. There are variations of the Bombardier Challenger 850 with an extended range of up to 5,400km.

Heavy jet charter

European Private Jets is ready to offer its clients a wide range of services for the organization of heavy jet charter at an attractive price. Our catalogue includes 1,400 modern and comfortable business jets, which allows our specialists to arrange private flights (both domestic and international) in the shortest possible time. We will also take care of all issues related to the fight organization (such as transfer to the airport, security services and booking rooms in luxury hotels).

 

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Main features of heavy jets

Heavy jets are designed to provide maximum passenger comfort during the flight. Due to this, their interior is developed based on the individual wishes of the customers. Despite significant differences in the design of the passenger cabins, heavy jets have many common characteristics:

  1. Advanced technological, control, alarm and safety systems.
  2. Expensive materials and furniture from the most popular designers are used in the design of the passenger cabin.
  3. To improve the passengers’ comfort, heavy jets are equipped with functional zones with areas for work, dining and sleep, as well as bathrooms with showers.
  4. During the flight, each passenger can use high-speed satellite Internet, telephony, conference communication and multimedia systems.
  5. The technical characteristics of heavy business jets allow them to take off and land at small private airfields, unavailable to the standard civil aviation.
  6. These jets can deliver passengers even to the most hard-to-reach areas.

Due to their outstanding technical characteristics, heavy jets can fly up to 8000 km without intermediate landings and refuelling and develop an average cruising speed of 800 km/h. Therefore, large private jets are suitable for both domestic and international charters.

 

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Price of private jet charter

Due to extensive experience in business aviation, cooperation with dozens of airlines and jet owners, and smooth logistics, we can offer our customers the most favourable conditions of private jet charter. Below are the prices for the flights to the most popular destinations. However, you should understand that these figures are indicative only. For more accurate information, contact the managers of European Private Jets.

The calculations include only top business aviation destinations in Europe; however, we can make a fast price calculation and arrange a flight from any part of the world.

  • Belgium - Thailand from 80000 €
  • England - Georgia from 25000 €
  • Germany - Bali from 100000 €
  • Monaco - Norway from 15000 €
  • Switzerland - Tunisia from 17000 €
  • Italy - Kazakhstan from 30000 €
  • Sweden - Seychelles from 50000 €
  • Maldives - Courchevel from 75000 €
  • UAE - France from 35000 €
  • Oman - Monaco from 45000 €
  • Yemen - England from 46000 €
  • Israel - Switzerland from 23000 €
  • Italy - Qatar from 35000 €
  • Jordan - Germany from 20000 €
  • Turkey - Spain from 20000 €
  • Denmark - Egypt from 25000 €
  • Zanzibar - Portugal from 40000 €
  • Canary Islands - Sweden from 45000 €
  • Austria - Sri Lanka from 65000 €
  • Netherlands - Madagascar from 95000 €

 

Our company serves both international and domestic (within the EU) flights. Due to the cooperation with the local companies, we can offer you a wide variety of options: from very light to ultra-long-range heavy jets. We can arrange a flight from any part of the world (however, you need to take into consideration the specificities of the airports). Below are the prices for the flights to the most popular destinations:

  • Munich (MUC) - Palma (PMI) from 7 500 euro;
  • London (FAB) - Salzburg (SZG) from 10 000 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Basel (BSL) from 7 000 euro;
  • Paris (CDG) - Le Castellet (CTT) from 5 900 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Altenrhein (ACH) from 5 000 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Glasgow (GLA) from 12 000 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Munich (MUC) from 8 900 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Paris (LBG) from 5 500 euro;
  • Zurich (ZRH) - Monaco (MCM) from 6 000 euro;
  • Berlin (BER) - Ibiza (IBZ) from 14 500 euro;
  • Rome (CIA) - Split (SPU) from 6 000 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Zurich (ZRH) from 4 900 euro;
  • Vienna (VIE) - Saint-Tropez (LTT) from 9 500 euro;
  • Paris (CDG) - Sylt (GWT) from 8 400 euro;
  • Warsaw (WAW) - Palma (PMI) from 13 000 euro;
  • Hamburg (HAM) - Saint-Tropez (LTT) from 11 000 euro;
  • Marseille (MRS) - Dubrovnik (DBV) from 9 000 euro;
  • Milan (LIN) - Cannes (CEQ) from 4 200 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Florence (FLR) from 5 000 euro;
  • Salzburg (SZG) - Genoa (GOA) from 6 000 euro;
  • Hamburg (HAM) - Olbia (OLB) from 12 000 euro;
  • Rome (CIA) - Barcelona (BCN) from 10 000 euro;
  • Zurich (ZRH) - Girona (GRO) from 6 500 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Monaco (MCM) from 5 000 euro;
  • Rotterdam (RTM) - Figari (FSC) from 11 000 euro;
  • Stockholm (BMA) - Nice (NCE) from 14 500 euro;
  • Napoli (NAP) - Berlin (BER) from 10 500 euro;
  • Amsterdam (AMS) - Split (SPU) from 11 000 euro;
  • Zagreb (ZAG) - Saint-Tropez (LTT) from 7 000 euro;
  • Copenhagen (CPH) - Palma (PMI) from 15 000 euro;
  • Valencia (VLC) - Milan (LIN) from 11 500 euro;
  • Frankfurt (FRA) - Florence (FLR) from 7 000 euro;
  • Oslo (OSL) - Cannes (CEQ) from 14 500 euro;
  • Seville (OZP) - Nice (NCE) from 14 200 euro;
  • Helsinki (HEL) - Paris (LBG) from 15 500 euro;
  • Athens (ATH) - Florence (FLR) from 10 500 euro;
  • Riga (RIX) - Milan (LIN) from 13 000 euro;
  • Vilnius (VNO) - Geneva (GVA) from 13 000 euro;
  • Gothenburg (GOT) - Barcelona (BCN) from 15 000 euro;
  • Lyon (LYN) - Genoa (GOA) from 3 500 euro;
  • Skopje (SKP) - Zurich (ZRH) from 9 000 euro;
  • Lisbon (LIS) - Nice (NCE) from 14 500 euro;
  • Salzburg (SZG) - Westerland (GWT) from 4 900 euro;
  • Hamburg (HAM) - Westerland (GWT) from 4 500 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Westerland (GWT) from 4 900 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Dubrovnik (DBV) from 9 000 euro;
  • Vienna (VIE) - Dubrovnik (DBV) from 5 000 euro;
  • Zurich (ZRH) - Dubrovnik (DBV) from 5 000 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Vienna (VIE) from 8 500 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Vienna (VIE) from 4 500 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Vienna (VIE) from 6 000 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Cannes (CEQ) from 5 500 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Cannes (CEQ) from 5 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Cannes (CEQ) from 7 000 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Geneva (GVA) from 5 400 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Geneva (GVA) from 4 700 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Geneva (GVA) from 4 500 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Nice (NCE) from 4 900 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Nice (NCE) from 4 500 euro;
  • Milan (LIN) - Nice (NCE) from 4 500 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Palma (PMI) from 4 700 euro;
  • London (LCY) - Palma (PMI) from 7 900 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Palma (PMI) from 6 600 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Barcelona (BCN) from 4 600 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Barcelona (BCN) from 6 600 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Barcelona (BCN) from 8 000 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Genoa (GOA) from 5 000 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Genoa (GOA) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Genoa (GOA) from 6 700 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Zurich (ZRH) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Zurich (ZRH) from 5 800 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Zurich (ZRH) from 4 500 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - London (BQH) from 4 500 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - London (BQH) from 6 600 euro;
  • Leipzig (LEJ) - London (LCY) from 6 500 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Ibiza (IBZ) from 4 800 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Ibiza (IBZ) from 9 900 euro;
  • Olbia (OLB) - Ibiza (IBZ) from 5 800 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Monaco (MCM) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Monaco (MCM) from 6 600 euro;
  • Milan (MXP) - Monaco (MCM) from 4 500 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Olbia (OLB) from 6 600 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Olbia (OLB) from 4 900 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Olbia (OLB) from 6 600 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Florence (FLR) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Florence (FLR) from 7 200 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Florence (FLR) from 6 600 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Munich (MUC) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Munich (MUC) from 6 000 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Munich (MUC) from 5 400 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) to Cologne (CGN) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) to Berlin (BER) from 6 600 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - London (BQH) from 4 500 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - London (BQH) from 6 600 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - London (BQH) from 6 600 euro;
  • London (BQH) to Bilbao (BIO) from 7 000 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - London (BQH) from 6 600 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - London (BQH) from 6 600 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - London (BQH) from 4 500 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) to Samedan (SMV) from 4 500 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Nice (NCE) from 4 500 euro;
  • Milan (LIN) - Nice (NCE) from 4 500 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Nice (NCE) from 4 500 euro;
  • Milan (LIN) to Grosseto (GRS) from 4 500 euro;
  • Milan (LIN) to Chambery (CMF) from 4 500 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Milan (LIN) from 5 200 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Milan (LIN) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Milan (LIN) from 6 600 euro;

 

We should note that to reduce the price of your flight, you can use such services as Jet Sharing or Empty Legs. In short, Jet Sharing allows you to buy the desired number of seats on a private flight and divide the full cost of a jet charter between all passengers. This means that you’ll have to pay only for the number of seats you’ve booked. Therefore, Jet Sharing is also known as “seat rental on a business jet”. As for Empty Legs, it is a system of return flights. Let’s say that the passenger booked a one-way flight to a specific destination. In this case, the chosen business jet returns to its home base empty. If you don’t need an urgent flight, you can leave us a request, our consultants will contact you as soon the desired jet will be available.

 

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Online calculator for calculating the cost of a business jet flight

You can use an online calculator to get an instant charter quote. We will send you an offer with a detailed calculation of the flight price via e-mail or messenger. You can also send us an e-mail to clarify the flight details and ask any questions you have about the jet and booking conditions.

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Keep in mind that these figures are indicative only. Our manager will contact you as soon as possible to discuss the details of the flight and help you choose the most suitable option. Price calculation and jet search services are free and don’t impose any obligations. Experts of our company are always happy to answer all your questions and consult you on business aviation issues.

 

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Technical characteristics of heavy jets

The following models of heavy jets are especially popular among our customers:

  • Embraer Legacy 600. Embraer Legacy 600 is a comfortable business jet that can comfortably seat up to 19 passengers. This jet can fly up to 6,000 km without intermediate landings and refuelling at a cruising speed of 828 km/h. Legacy 600 was produced by a Brazilian manufacturer. This business jet is made of modern composite materials, which explains its light weight and high strength. Despite its small size, Embraer Legacy 600 can take off and land at small airfields equipped with short runways.
  • Dassault Falcon 50 EX. This jet has an average cruising speed of 850 km/h and an altitude of 14,000 km. Falcon 50 EX can accommodate up to 10 passengers and fly up to 6,000 km without refuelling. This jet is used by the military, which is why it is equipped with powerful and reliable engines, as well as advanced security technologies. This allows passengers to feel very comfortable even during long flights.
  • Bombardier Challenger 800. Due to its technical characteristics, this business jet is considered one of the best solutions for international flights. The comfortable cabin of this jet can accommodate up to 19 passengers. Bombardier Challenger 800 has an average cruising speed of 850 km/h and fly up to 6,700 km without refuelling.

 

Our customers can charter a heavy business jet (for a one-time flight or for a long time) with the necessary configuration by calling us or filling out a special form located on our website. During the processing of your application, our aviation expert will help you find and charter the business jet that meets all your needs and answer all your questions. We should also note that all business aviation passengers get access to such additional services as fast check-in and customs clearance, onboard catering and travelling with pets. We will take care of all organizational issues, including transfer to the airport and booking rooms in the most prestigious hotels.

 

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Booking a private jet flight

You can book an aircraft for a private flight in any way convenient for you - by phone, through the online form on the website, using a messenger or email flight@private-jet.aero leading operators and will send you the best options to choose from (usually 3-5 optimal offers). Next, we agree on the details of the selected flight or adjust the search, taking into account the new input from you.

 

 

 

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Payment and refund policy

Each customer of European Private Jets can pay for the private flight in the most simple, profitable, and convenient way. For example, the customer can pay for the company services by bank transfer or card payment. We accept both cash and cryptocurrency. We always conclude contracts with our customers. Our company guarantees a high level of service, consideration of the customers’ needs and wishes, and full data privacy. Trying to accommodate our clients, we always provide flexible terms of cooperation and payment. However, you should understand that each case is individual and requires separate consideration.

The cancellation and refund terms are prescribed in the contract, provided to each customer before the beginning of cooperation. The contract is drawn up based on the customer’s needs and the chosen business jet. Since private jets are owned by different companies and individuals, the cancellation conditions may vary. On our part, we do everything we can to minimize the size of fines and organize the flight at the most convenient time for our customers. If the flight was cancelled because of our company, we will refund you the full price of the jet charter.

 

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Advantages of the company
    • Reputation

    • 12 years of successful work in business aviation in Europe. More than 100 regular customers and 30 partner companies around the world.

    • A large selection of aircraft

    • The current database includes about 9,000 business jets of various types. We will select an airplane for a flight of any range and complexity.

    • Transparent contracts

    • We do not slip tricky contracts but are responsible for the services provided. We show flexibility and meet our clients halfway. We are always ready to discuss the details and make changes.

    • Online booking

    • You can book and pay for the flight online, without a personal presence. You can also arrange all the documents in our office. We’ll adjust to the option that is convenient for you.

 

The team of "European Private Jets" consists of experienced experts in the field of business aviation. If you contact us, you can be sure of a quick and professional solution to the issue. The main priority of the company is the convenience of the client. Therefore, we will make every effort to ensure that you are satisfied with the service and the flight. At the moment, 39 specialists work in the company's offices around the world. Each client gets a personal aviation consultant who will accompany him/her at all stages of interaction on the flight. We guarantee the full involvement of a specialist and flexibility in solving issues of any complexity.

A very important point for us is to provide an opportunity for customers to communicate not only with the company's managers but also with its bosses. Therefore, you can always write directly to the boss and managers of the direction if you are unable to promptly resolve the issue with a personal consultant.

 

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