Cheap private jet charter

Prince Edward took a private jet to fly 133 miles costing more than £6,000 when a train ticket would have set him back just £250.

The Earl of Wessex travelled between Poole in Dorset and Tamworth, Staffordshire, to attend an event yesterday marking the death 1,100 years ago of Anglo-Saxon ruler Aethelflaed.

The company that charter the plane suggest a G-FJET is a Citation II similar to the plane Edward took would cost £6,350 for a return journey from Bournemouth to Birmingham. is an on-line reservation system for flights to Bulgaria.
We team up with some of the leading flight ticket retailers worldwide and in Bulgaria, as well as small independent airlines offering charters, to bring you the lowest ticket prices for your destination. 
For all customers looking for cargo flights we have a huge database or Bulgarian and European airlines who are offering this service.

With over 35 providers and more than 250 programs, jet cards are the hot spot of private aviation with the number of providers having more than doubled in the past 10 years. Like various credit card offers, each with different perks, benefits, facilities and fees, while each jet card program serves the same general purpose of flying you someplace, the devil is in the details. Price-conscious shoppers tend to focus on hourly rate, but there is much more that goes into what you will end up paying. These tips will help you when it comes to figuring out which program best fits your needs from a price standpoint.

If you do a lot of winter flying, you probably know that private jets like commercial airliners need to be de-iced under various conditions. While on a commercial flight the flight attendant doesn’t go down the aisle with a collection basket to cover the cost of de-icing, if you charter a jet, you will have to pay de-icing which can range from $1,000 to $10,000 or more depending on the airport and size of your plane.

With jet card programs, it varies. Air Partner, Airstream Jets, Clay Lacy Aviation, Concord Private Jet, EcoJets, Flexjet, JetSuite, NetJets, Private Jet Services (PJS) Group, Velocity Jets, VistaJet and Wheels Up all include de-icing as part of your hourly rate, according to Private Jet Card Comparisons, a buyer’s guide to jet card programs I launched last year tracking over 65 variables between programs. While you still have to weigh paying out of pocket for de-icing versus contracted hourly rates and other charges, if you are doing a lot of winter weather flying, you will probably want to include programs that include de-icing as part of your consideration set.