EMPTY LEGS

An empty leg is a term we use for any positioning sector of a private jet flight. Usually this is either return portion of a booked flight or when the aircraft needs to return to its home base or destination.

If you can be flexible on date, time, departure airport or location we may have an empty leg for you.

However there are a few disadvantages to empty leg flights, the main being you really are at the constraints of the customer who booked the original trip. If the live part of the trip is delayed, cancelled, or changes dates, it will mean you will need to be flexible. In the case that the original customer decides not to fly, there is a possibility your flight might be cancelled.

Based on the above we only recommend using empty legs for leisure travel to avoid missing any time-critical meetings or deadlines.

Aberdeen to Cork

Dates Available: 29-10-2020 to 29-10-2020
Departure Airport/City: Aberdeen
Arrival Airport/City: Cork
Aircraft: Citation Bravo

Manchester to Edinburgh

Dates Available: 30-10-2020 to 30-10-2020
Departure Airport/City: Manchester
Arrival Airport/City: Edinburgh
Aircraft: Legacy 600

Fort Lauderdale to New Orleans 

Dates Available: 30-10-2020 to 30-10-2020
Departure Airport/City: Ford Lauderdale
Arrival Airport/City: New Orleans
Aircraft: Learjet 60

Turks & Caicos to Miami

Dates Available: 31-10-2020 to 31-10-2020
Departure Airport/City: Turks and Caicos
Arrival Airport/City: Miami
Aircraft: Citation II

Paris to Zagreb

Dates Available: 27-10-2020 to 27-10-2020
Departure Airport/City: Paris
Arrival Airport/City: Zagreb
Aircraft: Citation Mustang

Chicago to Palm Springs

Dates Available: 27-10-2020 to 28-10-2020
Departure Airport/City: Chicago
Arrival Airport/City: Palm Springs
Aircraft: Citation X

Doha to Abu Dhabi

Dates Available: 31-10-2020 to 31-10-2020
Departure Airport/City: Doha
Arrival Airport/City: Abu Dhabi
Aircraft: Challenger 605

East Midlands to Glasgow

Dates Available: 28-10-2020 to 28-10-2020
Departure Airport/City: East Midlands
Arrival Airport/City: Glasgow
Aircraft: King Air 200

FAQ:

What is an Empty Leg Flight?

An empty leg is a term we use for any positioning sector of a private jet flight. Usually this is either return portion of a booked flight or when the aircraft needs to return to its home base or destination.

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