Many savvy travelers take advantage of our Empty Leg flights as a way to fly charter at deeply discounted rates.

What’s an Empty Leg flight?  At times, a private jet may need to fly empty when it needs to pick up a customer or return home after dropping a customer at a destination. To avoid flying back with an empty cabin, we will offer the “empty leg” of the trip at a significant discount. This frequently results in a win-win for both the customer and the carrier.

Customers who subscribe with our sign-up tool get first crack at these great deals, which can save them as much as 80% off retail rates. However, as with most opportunities, there are limitations before you book:

  • These are not “on demand” flights. They are limited to specific routes and times as published by Ventura.
  • They become available on short notice and go very fast. Which means you must be decisive and book quickly when you find a flight that aligns with your needs.
  • Flights are non-cancellable once booked.

Key to success with Empty Leg flights is getting the prime, most exclusive opportunities. Many online services boast empty leg charters, but those are to be avoided by and large, since the best charter flights aren’t made available to the general public. Our exclusive service publishes only to Ventura subscribers.

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