Flying in a private plane can be daunting if you have never done it before. Let us assure you, it is a safe, convenient way to travel—and more attainable than  you would think.

What kind of plane will I be on?

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Who are the pilots

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Can I bring my pet onboard?

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Do I check my baggage? Is there a limit to how much I can bring?
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We are a FAR Part 135 Broker

FAR stands for Federal Aviation Regulations. There are many FARs, all of which are are divided into “tens of thousands of separate sections.”

Part 135 (charter) operational requirements are considerably different than Part 91 (full ownership) with much more stringent regulatory safety requirements.

There are over 2,000 Part 135 Charter Operators and four different categories impacting landing in low visibility as well as the ability to find replacement aircraft if there are mechanicals or pilots if one gets sick or runs out of duty time. There are four different scopes of Part 135 operators, and which one you choose can impact delays, cancellations and diversions. These scopes include:

Part 135 Single Pilot

Part 135 Single Pilot in Command

Part 135 Basic

Standard Part 1

Learning about the different scopes will help you to better understand how safe and efficient private charter flights are.

 

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