cost per hourThe cost of a private jet charter flight is made up of a number of components, including the hourly rate of the aircraft, landing and handling fees and crew costs.

The cost per flying hour of the aircraft is the key variable and PrivateFly tracks current market pricing to see how aircraft hourly rates compare across the charter market.

When you book a private jet charter flight with PrivateFly, you will be given a fully inclusive price, which includes all fees and positioning costs. Some of our customers, particularly previous or existing fractional or hourly jet card users, also want to see a breakdown of the hourly rate of the aircraft, to be able to fully compare their options.

PrivateFly's technology tracks live aircraft availability and pricing across a network of over 5,000 accredited aircraft, based globally. Here are some of the most popular aircraft types that PrivateFly customers choose, tracked to the latest charter hourly rates, so you can see how they compare:

Citation Mustang Cost efficient Very Light Jet (VLJ) for short trips, widely available for charter Cessna £1,300/ €1, 535 / $2,037 4 1050
King Air BE 200 The most popular twin turboprop, offering comfort and shorter runway access. Beechcraft £1,350/ €1, 592/ $2,116 8 1500
Citation XLS Comfort, performance and reliability makes this the best selling business jet in the world Cessna £2,684/ €3,166/ $4,207 7 1850
Learjet 45 An iconic jet in its class, delivering speed, economy and technology Bombardier £2,989/ €3,526/ $4,685 8 2000
Legacy 600 The most cost efficient long range jet, widely available on the charter market Embraer £4,504/ €5,313/ $7,060 13 3250
Global Express Ultra Long Range, at high speed with optimal VIP comfort Bombardier £5,641/ €6,654/ $8,841 14 5320

For more information about Private jet charter pricing, see our full cost breakdown on how much does it cost to hire a private jet?

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