Noble Air Charter

Charter flights are a great way to get from point A to point B, but you may still have questions about how it all works. We’re going to take a moment here at Noble Air Charter to answer a few of the top questions about charter flights to hopefully bring some clarity to this truly unique way of business and leisure travel.

What Are Charter Flights?

The most familiar kind of airline travel is a scheduled flight, which according to the US Department of Transportation (DOT), “operate according to pre-published schedules for departures and arrivals from one destination to another.” Charter flights operate on unscheduled itineraries, so they are much more flexible to an individual’s plans than a commercial flight. For example, if an airline is scheduled to fly from Miami to Orlando on Tuesdays at 1:00pm, that could be their only flight option, whereas charter flights can depart any time you want, and sometimes to smaller closer airports to you destination.

Are Charter Flights Expensive?

This is undoubtedly one of the most-asked questions about charter flights. Surprisingly, charter flights can be less expensive than commercial flights. There are a number of factors involved in calculating the price of charter flights, so best way to see how affordable it can be is to request a quote and witness first-hand.

Are Charter Flights Safe?

As Noble Air pilot Juan Sanchez says, “planes are safer than cars.” Flying safely really boils down to airplane maintenance and pilot training. Noble Air Charter owns and flies the finest fleet of propeller aircraft and Citation Jets available and employs qualified airline transport pilots, and top notch mechanics.

Do You Have More Questions about Charter Flights?

Noble Air Charters is happy to answer any questions you have about charter flights. Please contact us to find out more about business or leisure charter flights from Miami, Florida to surrounding areas like Key West, the Bahamas, and much more. If you’re ready to fly, you can request a quote any time.

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