1) "Who is the FAA certified operator that will do your CHARTER FLIGHT?"

At your request we will notify you of the operator name and their proof of his/her pilot license/certificate. You also have the right to verify this information with the FAA to ensure that the business is legitimate and operating safely.

2) "What level of experience does the "PRIVATE JET CHARTER" operator have?"

To earn a "Private Jet" pilot’s license through the FAA, a Flight Operator must complete 40-60 hours of flying and flight school, minimum. Additionally , 50 hours of Pilot in command time and 40 hours of Flight and/or simulator training are required. In order to fly passengers they must earn a FAA commercial pilot’s license/certificate.

3) "How long has the "PRIVATE JET CHARTER" operator been in business?"

A more experienced "Air Charter" Operator will understand the ins and outs of all the FAA safety regulations and how to provide the safest, most comfortable Private Aircraft Charter Flight possible.

4) "What type of "PRIVATE AIRCRAFT" is on the Charter certificate?"



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