Group Private Jet Charter Flights
Depending on the group requirements and size we have access many types of commercial aircraft that will satisfy your group charter flight expectations. You could be traveling with an incentive group for a corporate trip, a rock band on tour or perhaps a sports team playing a big time game.
We at Luxury Aircraft Solutions source the perfect aircraft based on the type of group traveling. We can enhance the trip with custom catering and branding of the aircraft.
Your group will also have access to many of the private terminals around the globe. This allows for safe, swift and timely security access.
Who Should Use Group Charters.
- Incentive groups
- Corporate Conferences
- Sports Teams
- Universities & Spring Break Charters
- Rock Bands & Orchestras
- Product Launches
- Corporate Shuttles
- ACMI Leases
Whatever the charter might be we can provide a quote based on your specifications. Please contact us today for a quote. If you’re looking for a private jet charter quote for smaller groups, click here.
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Dornier 328 | Passengers – 30
The Fairchild-Dornier 328JET is a commuter airliner based upon a jet or turboprop-power. This aircraft seats 30 people comfortably.
Embraer 120 | Passengers – 30
The Embraer EMB 120 Brasilia is a twin-turboprop commuter airliner, produced by Embraer of Brazil. It seats 30 people comfortably.
Saab 340 | Passengers – 30
The Saab 340 is a Swedish two-engine turboprop aircraft designed and initially produced by a partnership between Saab AB and Fairchild Aircraft.
The Saab 340 typically seated between 30 and 36 passengers, with 34 seats being the most common configuration.
Bae Jet Stream 41 | Passengers – 29
The British Aerospace Jetstream 41 is a turboprop-powered feeder liner and regional airliner, designed by British Aerospace as a “stretched” version of the popular Jetstream 31.
CRJ 200/700/900 | Passengers- up to 100
Depending your group size, one of the CRJ’s will be a very nice choice. This aircraft is a very cost effective option which is good in any situation. These aircraft seat in the range of 50 – 100 passengers.
Embraer ERJ 135/145/170 | Passengers – up to 118
The Embraer E-Jets are a series of narrow-body, twin-engine, medium-range, jet airliners produced by Embraer, a Brazilian aerospace conglomerate that produces commercial, military, and corporate aircraft. They can seat 37 – 118 passengers depending on your group requirements.
Airbus A320 | Passengers 150
Airbus launched its best-selling single-aisle product line with the A320, which continues to set industry standards for comfort and operating economy on short- to medium-haul routes. Typically seating 150 passengers in a two-class cabin – or up to 180 in a high-density layout for low-cost and charter flights – the A320 is in widespread service around the globe on services that vary from short commuter sectors in Europe, Asia and elsewhere to trans-continental flights across the United States.
Airbus A321 | Passengers 210
The Airbus A321 is a great aircraft for any charter trip. The big brother to the Airbus A320, it offers more seating for bigger group travel. It comes in two different cabin types. High density and business class cabin configuration.
Boeing 737-200/500/600 | Passengers up to 130
The 200/500/600 Boeings are normally used by low cost carriers and are essentially the work horse for any airline. The three types are the same in size.
Boeing 737-300/700 | Passengers 129-149
The 300/700 is the larger of the Boeing series. Both configurations are the same with the 700 being newer. The 700 series also has the greatest range of any Boeing.
Boeing 737-400/800/900 | Passengers 160 -200
The 400/800/900 serious is the same aircraft, they are just newer models. Many of the major carriers have these aircraft as they are reliable and safe.
Boeing 757-200 | Passengers 230
The Boeing 757-200 was designed to replace the Boeing 727. The 757 is a narrow body aircraft. This aircraft offers greater range then any of the other aircraft in its field. Although discontinued they still remain in many of the major carrier fleets.