Private Jet Prices

Making sense of private jet charter costs.



Private Jet Charter Prices

At Priority One Jets, we have built a business out of providing honest and all-inclusive price quotes in an industry where that is not typical. We offer peace of mind, reliability along with the luxury treatment you expect when booking a private aircraft.

  • Unwavering commitment to client safety
  • No upfront costs
  • No hidden fees
  • Access to a worldwide network of 5,000 Platinum rated aircraft
  • Free concierge services
  • Deal with one dedicated agent
Routing (one-way)Suggested AircraftPrice Range*
New York – Los AngelesSupermid Jet$26,000 USD to $35,000 USD
London – IbizaLight Jet€8,800 to €12,800
Zurich – DubaiSupermid Jet€48,000 to € 58,800
London – New YorkHeavy Jet$75,000 USD to $85,000 USD
Nice – New YorkHeavy Jet$85,000 USD to $95,000 USD
Athens – MykonosTurbo Prop€3,800 to €5,800

*Cost does not include fuel surcharge, taxes, landing fees and other charges.

While private jet travel will never be more cost effective than commercial flights, your time has value and the time you gain avoiding the TSA lines and going direct to your destination is priceless. New private aircraft such as the Embraer Phenom, Citation Mustang and Nextant 400 are all driving down private jet costs with their efficient flight costs as compared to existing models. The volume of private jet flights within Priority One Jets client list allows our aviation specialists to offer prices at lower rates than elsewhere in the market.

Jet-pooling or purchasing by the seat is not something that Priority One Jets offers or endorses. Many private jet companies have come along offering seat-buying programs as a way to cut private jet costs. Invariably however, these companies have gone out of business leaving clients with nothing to show for their deposits.

Many private aviation companies offer jet membership, or block-time cards. Sometimes these will be approved re-sellers of unused fractional shares, or charter brokers who make arrangements with charter companies who sell blocks of time to them, at a discounted rate. These flights still need to be conducted under FAA mandated ‘charter rules and regulations’ (FAR part 135) SkyCards do not offer the shared depreciation that come with fractional models. The occupied rate charged against a card, or an account of block-time. With Priority One Jets’ SkyCard program the client receives a 6% bonus at the end of their term and would have a dedicated aviation specialist to work with them on each and every flight.

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