What is the Difference?
Empty legs are created when an aircraft itself needs to move for one reason or another, such as to pick up it's owner, or returning home from a factory servicing, or returning to base after a charter flight. This need to move the aircraft can result in low point-to-point pricing, and can be the absolute best values in private jet charter.
Deadhead is a term synonymous with Empty Leg, in which the aircraft is flying empty, without passengers. Instead of a "live" flight leg, it is a "dead" flight leg.
One-ways are using an aircraft in a certain route or direction of flight where the plane does not need to return to base. The aircraft picks up a succession of paying passengers from flight to flight that are linked by landing and then departing in the same general region.
One-ways are a great value since the aircraft does not need to return to a base, and no daily minimums apply.
All flights are operated by Part 135 Carriers. Operators providing service for FBO Network Inc. / FBO Jets clients must meet standards set forth by the FAA for safety, security and service. FBO Network Inc. / FBO Jets does not own, manage or operate aircraft. We act as an agent for our clients seeking charter air transportation and assists them in finding the best operators for private jets.
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