Charter

Empty Legs

Definition an “empty leg” (or “one way”) is defined as an aircraft either departing from or returning to base without passengers (i.e., empty) in flight. These are sometimes also referred to as “deadheads,” but the meaning remains the same.  Time is of the essence/ limited availability empty legs/ one ways are limited in availability as […]

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3 Questions

with Anthony Newcombe  Date: June 20, 2022  (1) Last month, you shared some of the private jet passenger peeves. Any peeves on your end?  A: First of all, I never discuss peeves concerning passengers. However, on a personal note, I really can’t stand those little “freshener packets” that fly out of the bacon bits container right into my […]

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3 Questions

with CEO, Anthony Newcombe Date: May 24, 2022  (1) We get asked by clients flying aboard smaller aircraft: Why do we need 2 pilots?  A:  A good answer is to look to the story in Florida last week. Just in case you weren’t paying attention, there was a passenger (with no professional flight experience) who […]

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