PRIVATE JET HIRE

Flying by Private Jet – What do you Need to Know?

There’s no doubt that when you’re flying on a private jet, it’s a highly enjoyable experience. However, like all forms of travel, there’s often a bit of prep-work involved. You need to make sure that you’re doing certain things before you start flying, to ensure you have a safe and legal trip. We’re going to be taking a look at some of those criteria here and now, to help you to be ready.

Arriving at the Airport

Unlike most airports, the need to arrive hours early is somewhat reduced. Because you’re going to a private flight terminal, you’ll find that you don’t have to push through lines of people or wait around to be served. You’ll be greeted by someone who isn’t going to have to deal with others, and we’ll make sure that someone contacts you with information about the exact time to arrive before your flight.

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    Having the Correct Documentation

    When attempting to fly on a private jet, you’ll need to make sure that you have the correct documentation ready to make the process as seamless and comfortable as possible. To fly on any kind of plane, you’ll still need a passport, and in some places, you’ll need a visa, so it’s essential to have them both ready! On a side note, it is worth noting that you’ll only need a passport if you’re leaving the country – a private jet hire from one part of the UK to the other for example would not require the passport.

    Luggage and Checks

    Safety is our top priority when flying you anywhere, as is often the case when you attempt to use an aircraft to travel. When you arrive for your flight, we’re going to check your documentation and bags as part of standard procedure.

    Flying with Pets

    For many people, their dog or cat is an integral part of the family, and we aim to make all of you as comfortable as possible! However, pets are required to have their own unique set of documentation for flying – a pet passport, microchip and an ok from your vet are all considered to be important prerequisites for the frequent pooch and feline flyers.

    All in all, these are just a few of the different things which you’re going to want to consider when it comes to flying. As you can see, none of these are difficult conditions to meet – they’re primarily supposed to be just ‘red tape’ and are things that we have to do. However, they all serve an important function – they help you to have a safe trip when flying with us, and so we’ll follow them for that reason alone. It’s important to speak to a member of our team about any questions you may have during the run up to your flight, because if you have questions or concerns, then we want to make sure that they are addressed.

    FAQ:

    What time do I need to arrive at the airport when Flying Private Jet?

    Unlike most airports, the need to arrive hours early is somewhat reduced. Because you’re going to a private flight terminal, you’ll find that you don’t have to push through lines of people or wait around to be served. You’ll be greeted by someone who isn’t going to have to deal with others, and we’ll make sure that someone contacts you with information about the exact time to arrive before your flight.

    What documents do I need to have when Flying Private Jet?

    When attempting to fly on a private jet, you’ll need to make sure that you have the correct documentation ready to make the process as seamless and comfortable as possible. To fly on any kind of plane, you’ll still need a passport, and in some places, you’ll need a visa, so it’s essential to have them both ready! On a side note, it is worth noting that you’ll only need a passport if you’re leaving the country – a private jet hire from one part of the UK to the other for example would not require the passport.

    Can I fly with Pets when Flying Private Jet?

    For many people, their dog or cat is an integral part of the family, and we aim to make all of you as comfortable as possible! However, pets are required to have their own unique set of documentation for flying – a pet passport, microchip and an ok from your vet are all considered to be important prerequisites for the frequent pooch and feline flyers.