Charter flights

"Air Charter" redirects here. For other uses, see Air Charter (disambiguation).
Air charter
Boeing 737-300 of the UK charter airline Titan Airways

Air charter is the business of renting an entire aircraft (i.e., chartering) as opposed to individual aircraft seats (i.e., purchasing a ticket through a traditional airline). While the airlines specialize in selling transportation by the seat, air charter companies focus on individual private aircraft and itineraries, urgent or time-sensitive cargo, air ambulance and any other form of ad hoc air transportation. These air charter companies offer a large variety of aircraft, such as helicopters and business jets. Charter jet categories include turbo props, light jets, mid-size jets, super mid size jets, heavy jets, and airliners.[1] Package holiday companies often charter aircraft specifically for the holidays they sell.

See also

External links

  • Evaluating the Efficiency of a Small Aircraft Transportation System Network Using Planning and Simulation Models (2006)
  • Nationwide Impacts of Very Light Jet Traffic in the Future Next Generation Air Transportation System (NGATS) (2006)
  • A Transportation Systems Analysis Model (TSAM) to study the impact of the Small Aircraft Transportation System (SATS) (2005)
  • An Integrated Model To Study The Small Aircraft Transportation System (SATS) (2003)
  • Air Taxi Association (ATXA)
  • The National Air Transportation Association
  • Transportation Systems Analysis Model, a nationwide transportation planning model to forecast air taxi demand in the United States
  • Private jets for non-gazillionaires. The changing landscape of air taxi and air charter.

References

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