Confirmed Airliner Availability for World Cup

Confirmed Airliner Availability for World Cup In anticipation of the 2014 Fifa world cup, will have 2 airliners stationed full time in brazil for domestic flights. Aircharter is happy to assist anyone wishing to charter an aircraft within Brazil, or nearby. the aircraft are authorised to fly in brazil and pick up from many possible destinations. Availability is very hard to find with the Fifa World Cup in progress, and will continue to move aircraft to brazil to fly domestic flights if needed. Contact us with your request and will be very happy to help you for as many flights or as many days as possible while availability lasts. We have 2 Boeing 767s on site at the following locations: 218 Passenger 767-200 currently in East Bank Demerara, Guyana 240 passenger 767-200 currently in Natal, Brazil The calendars above will be up to date, as will the real-time location for the aircraft Aircharter can arrange for private VIP charter for your sports team. With many options available for 20-200 passengers, you can carry your whole team, and even some fans. Flying commercial always has it’s downsides with long security checks, no privacy, and longer wait times. Chartering your own private aircraft means having the ultimate in flying luxury, more leg room, head room, lie-flat seats, VIP catering and the most luxurious in service. Our airliner sized aircraft have on board staterooms, conference rooms, full kitchens, and showers. Aircharter offers everything from fully coach or business class configured airliners, to airliners configured with 150 sleeper suites, each with a lie flat seat and entertainment system. Last minute flights from anywhere in the world are ready for your group or your team. With high commercial air traffic in the area, private charter

Why fly through

Why fly through instead of going directly to an aircraft owner or operator? Most customers believe that going to the source is always the best way to do business, but in private jet charter, the game is very different. Going to an aircraft owner or operator never means you will be getting the best price. We at have developed years of bonds with our aircraft owners and operators in order to receive the best possible service and pricing. Very often, you will be paying the exact same figure, but with a great deal of extra effort. It is never enough to have one option, here at, we make sure that any live trip, no matter how large always has at least 3 different aircraft options, in case of mechanical failure, there will always be a backup aircraft. Though this backup aircraft may be more pricey than the first option, it will at least make sure you are always home on time. Booking directly with the aircraft owner instantly locks you into a contract, meaning any flight changes will very likely be billed, and in case of any sort of mechanical issue with the aircraft, you will be stuck with no options in sight besides a few suggestions from the aircraft owner of other nearby aircraft of the same calibre, but when it comes to last minute bookings (under 6 hours) it has been shown that availability drops to about 2-3% at a national level, meaning you would need to call about 50 different aircraft owners or operators to get at least 1 available aircraft. Needles to say said aircraft will cost an arm and a leg due to the near-zero notice given

Ghana Team flies to the Fifa World Cup 2014 with

Ghana Team flies to the Fifa World Cup 2014 with New York — The Ghana National Team starts its preparations for the Tournament with a friendly game against the South Korea National Team on Monday June 9th in Miami’s Sun Life Stadium. has been selected to take charge of the Ghana National Team’s Charter to the 2014 Brazil World Cup after their community meeting in Washington, DC before leaving for their base in the Latin American country. is proud to be the Official Carrier of the Black Stars during the 2014 World Cup held in Brazil. Ghana will travel in style in a fully customized Boeing 767-200, with 180 seats on board, the Ghana National team, staff, and even die-hard fans will comfortably travel with the ultimate in VIP treatment; the flight attendants on board will serve VIP catering on a very smooth flight to Salvador, Brazil. The Ghana National Team will be landing at Salvador Airport at 11:30 am (local time) on June 11th, where a welcoming party will be on-site. Starting with their first game vs the USA national team on Monday June 16th, through their other games with Germany, and Portugal and hopefully much more! We are happy that the Ghana Black Stars selected out of various other companies for this charter. We know them and they know us, and that is very exhilarating. We wish the Ghana National Team all the best! "The reason is that most of our business destinations are places that you can use to travel to and most of the players are in countries that flies to. Going to camp, going to America, and going to Brazil all with is very convenient for

Private Jet Prices

Private Jet Prices Many people wonder what are the costs of owning or chartering a private jet. Very few people realise that the cost of ownership for a private jet is not only a one time payment, but a challenge. Upkeep costs, parking, registration, fuel costs, refurbishment costs, and of course mechanical upkeep can be valued at hundreds of thousand dollars a year, and can quickly pile up. Below we will explain a few different scenarios by giving real world examples of three different private jet prices. Firstly, let’s look at a lear 40. A light jet well known for its range, a great jet to own. The lear 40 usually is configured for 7 or 8 passengers and is quite comfortable to fly in, and is known for being quite mechanically stable. Many prefer the lear 35A but the lear 35 has been discontinued for 10 years now, buying a new jet is no longer possible. A new Learjet 40 costs approximately $9.5 Million. Where as chartering one costs approximately $2900 an hour to charter. Lets remove the cost of fuel, because a private owner would have to pay for fuel. Fuel comes to approximately $700 an hour, leaving us with a $2200 an hour cost. A flat calculation tells us if one were to fly more than 4318 hours, buying the Learjet 40 would be a better option. But realistically, even then, a frequent flyer with an average of two hours of flight per day, everyday, would mean the accumulation of those flight hours would take nearly 24 years. No private owner would keep a jet for 24 years, and even if they did, maintenance costs over 24 years would be something very