Like scheduled airline service, private jets also have weight limits with regard to the amount of luggage that can be stowed during a trip. Items such as skis and golf clubs are allowed as long as they conform to the dimensions and weight limits of the aircraft. These weight limits vary by aircraft type. Ask your charter sales representative if you have concerns about excess baggage or special items to be included in your luggage.

private boardingMillion Air Dallas private jet charter clients have access to an exclusive private terminal and lounge located a few steps away from the bustle of our main terminal. Enjoy the comfortable and quiet setting with fresh beverages, designer coffee, vaulted walls of windows offering beautiful views of the surrounding area and a fully stocked bar prior to your departure. A concierge is always on site to welcome and assist you with any of your travel needs.
Located on Ireland's east coast and at the mouth of the River Liffey lies Ireland's largest and capital city Dublin. Dublin is well known as the economic, administrative and cultural heart of Ireland. The fast growing city with its traditional Irish culture and tradition, misty green countryside, historical sites, castles, churches, and clubs attracts a hundreds of thousands of tourists annually and promises a good time to any who spend the night. Popular tourist attractions in Dublin include the City Hall, Abbey Theater, Number Twenty Nine,Georgian House Museum, Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin Castle, Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre, Dublin Writers Museum, Casino Marino, Dublinia and The Viking World, and Guinness Storehouse.
Everything worked out great. Working with Stratos was seamless. When the Trump TFR foiled our plans on both the outbound and inbound legs, Stratos was proactive in finding the best solution for us and minimized the disruption to the timing of our itinerary while also remaining flexible to our schedule as well. Joel could not have been easier to work with, finding us the best options at the best prices.
No matter what company you're flying with, be sure to ask if there two pilots or one. (Though two pilots are standard on commercial flights, regulations vary for private planes of all sizes.) It also helps to ask if the operator owns the plane—typically, companies that own their planes offer better service. Never forget to ask about daily minimums and taxi fees. "If the hourly rate is $9,000 and you have a single 40-minute flight, you might assume you are going to pay $6,000," says Doug Gollan, creator of PrivateJetCardComparisons.com. "But if your provider has a daily minimum of 1.5 hours, you are going to actually be charged $13,500, plus taxi time, which in my comparisons I have found varies between being included and up to 12 minutes per segment."
Located on Ireland's east coast and at the mouth of the River Liffey lies Ireland's largest and capital city Dublin. Dublin is well known as the economic, administrative and cultural heart of Ireland. The fast growing city with its traditional Irish culture and tradition, misty green countryside, historical sites, castles, churches, and clubs attracts a hundreds of thousands of tourists annually and promises a good time to any who spend the night. Popular tourist attractions in Dublin include the City Hall, Abbey Theater, Number Twenty Nine,Georgian House Museum, Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin Castle, Dalkey Castle and Heritage Centre, Dublin Writers Museum, Casino Marino, Dublinia and The Viking World, and Guinness Storehouse.
Recently booked a jet for 11 people from my organization to continue operations during hurricane Irma. As business owners know, operations do not cease during a disaster and customers must continue to be served. Stratos Jet Charters booked the aircraft we needed within an hour of reaching out. Our team was able to continue business operations in NYC seamlessly. Much appreciation to Joel and his team for fast action!

Lastly, don't be afraid to ask about safety: Any reputable operator should have safety information prominently featured on their website, and won't mind answering questions about their pilots, such as how many hours they have flown. (At least 250 hours, which is what it takes to get a commercial license; NetJets mandates at least 2,500 hours; Wheels Up, mandates 7,000 hours for a captain and 4,000 for a first officer.) Gollan suggests fliers ask if the pilot has any health issues, and feel free to ask if the operator (or plane itself) have any accidents or incidents in its history.

The key words here are prop planes, turboplanes, and light jets. Prop planes like the Cessna Caravan are popular because they're roomy (the seats are like business class, and often configured face to face). More popular these days are planes like the six- to eight-seater Pilatus PC-12, and KingAirs, which fly faster and feel more like jets. And then you get into light jets like Learjets, Embraer Phenom 300s, and Citation CJ3s, and Hawkers, all of which are sleeker and more streamlined, and can fly for four to five hours, for slightly longer trips.

As always, your staff is a pleasure to work with, and are very good with their communication, etc. I (of course) wish we didn't have the snafu with your client cutting the trip short, only to change his mind - costing us an additional 3 hours of flight time (approx. $10,000) - since we cancelled a trip with another operator to accommodate his request to leave early. I think there should have been a consideration for a 2 hour cancellation fee or something there. We understand that this wasn't Stratos Jets' doing - but I believe your client should have been penalized in some way as he was informed we had another trip and he told us to cancel it to accommodate him. This was very disappointing (and financially detrimental) for us, especially as we had lowered the cost of the trip (in addition to removing all minimums) prior to booking. The only way it made sense for us to do that was to fly while sitting transient.
Firm quotes provided by Stratos Jet Charters are based on a specific aircraft’s availability and are considered “all-in” prices, which include all taxes and any other anticipated fees. Unless, of course, you change your requested itinerary during your trip. We bill all expected flight-related costs upfront. That way, when you ask us ‘How much is a private jet flight?’ there’ll be no surprises waiting for you when your trip is over.
You will be told how much the hold can take on your chosen aircraft and can upgrade if you feel more space is needed. This will generally be far more than that of a commercial airline. You may also need to upgrade if carrying things like golf clubs and skis. If travelling with a gun, you will need to provide a license and the gun and ammunition must be kept separate. It is then at the captain’s discretion whether it can be on board.
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