ADD YOUR AIRCRAFT TO OUR CHARTER CERTIFICATE
What We Do
- We provide transparent economics to the Private Jet or Turbo Prop owner
- We provide you with an opportunity to generate revenue with your aircraft in turn subsidizing your cost of ownership
- We provide you with a comprehensive flight department to professionally operate your valuable asset
- We operate your aircraft on our charter certificate with an 85%/15% revenue split or on a set dollar amount per hour.
- We provide you with complete access to all of our purchasing power through industry wide contacts including fuel contracts, flight handling, insurance, maintenance, hangar, training, and exclusive airport options
We provide all regulatory compliance.
Our program is for:
- Owners who want to generate revenue with their aircraft, and lower their cost of operating an aircraft.
- Owners who wish to obtain the additional tax benefits available only for charter aircraft.
- Owners who wish to increase the value of their aircraft. Operators who wish to advertise their aircraft and make themselves available to the public.
Owners who have a decreasing need for their aircraft, but do not want to sell or can’t sell.
You don’t have to go through the FAA Certification Process for a new operator, (usually takes 12-24 months, depending on the FAA Office issuing the certification) including 25 hours of proving runs in the aircraft. This cost can become astronomical.
You don’t have to train, qualify, and maintain the FAA required management personnel. Each charter certificate must have a Director of Operations, Chief Pilot and Director of Maintenance.
You don’t have to deal with the FAA. We always strive for 100% compliance with the regulations at all times.
WHAT WE PROVIDE
Operations Manual – This is a 100 page document detailing how we operate and how we comply with applicable regulations. This manual is written by Private Jets Inc. and accepted by the FAA.
Operations Specifications – This is generated and approved by the FAA and issued to Private Jets Inc. It is also about 100 pages and details what Private Jets Inc. can and cannot do when operating under FAR 135.
Hazmat Program – A Private Jets Inc. written and FAA approved document containing information about Hazardous Materials recognition and the precautions necessary for the safe transport of these materials. Private Jets Inc. has elected to not carry HAZMAT. Weight and Balance Program – This Private Jets Inc written, FAA Approved program details how we comply with FAA weight and balance procedures and regulations. Canadian Operations Specifications – These pages are necessary when operating on an originating charter flight out of Canada.
Minimum Equipment List & NEF Program – This document is written by Private Jets Inc. and approved by the FAA for each individual aircraft. The MEL allows for a flight to continue with certain non-essential equipment inoperative.
Approved Aircraft Inspection Program – This Private Jets Inc. generated, FAA approved document details how we will comply with required aircraft inspections. Private Jets Inc. follows all manufacturers recommended inspections.
RVSM Program – A Private Jets Inc. written, FAA accepted program detailing crew training and maintenance requirements for operation into RVSM airspace
TSA Criminal History Records Check – This is a requirement that calls for each pilot to receive a fingerprint based criminal check. This is a 10 year check.
FAA Certificate Enforcement Check – This checks each pilot’s FAA records for enforcement actions within the last 5 years.
DOT National Driver Registry Check – This checks for any drivers license suspensions and revocations.
Air Carrier Records Check – This check is only applicable if a pilot has worked for another carrier (135, 121, 125) within the last 5 years.
FAA Approved Drug Testing Program:
Private Jets maintains a Drug Program to include a pre-employment drug screen and random drug and alcohol testing.
Computerized Maintenance Tracking
Each aircraft’s maintenance status will be tracked in-house via a computer system and Private Jets will provide notification of upcoming maintenance inspections.
Year Round Dispatch Support
Private Jets will provide telephone dispatch and flight following 24/7/365. In addition, Private Jets’ management personnel are available on-call 24 hours.
We will generate and make available to the flight crew all necessary paperwork required by the regulations, such as: Discrepancy Forms, Daily and Monthly Duty Forms, Weight and Balance Forms, Maintenance Status Reports, and any other paperwork that the crew might need.
Private Jets will create and keep a pilot folder on each crewmember. This folder is generally about 75 pages and will contain information about the crew member, such as: Resume, Certificate and Medical, Company Training Forms, Assignments to Duty, Background Check Information, Checking Forms, Check Airman Letters, Duty Time Information, and any other pertinent information.
Private Jets keeps a database on all of our qualified crewmembers. This means you are never without a qualified crewmember for your aircraft.
Access to other aircraft
When your aircraft is added to our certificate, you will instantly gain access to our fleet. Think of it as a private club with exclusive access to a select group of members. If your aircraft is busy, down, or you need additional support, you can call on our fleet of 10 (and growing) aircraft.
Aircraft Training & Checking
At Private Jets, we are fully capable of providing complete Aircraft Ground and Aircraft Flight Training. We have a full complement of highly qualified Instructors, and pride ourselves as providing the best training around. Our FAA Approved Training Program allows us to train to proficiency. This will allow your pilots who have superior skill and knowledge to spend less time in training.
We also have training contracts with Flight Safety and Jet Contrail. Both of these facilities are approved to conduct our FAR 135 Aircraft Ground and Aircraft Flight Training. Each pilot is checked according to the 135 regulations (135.293,135.299 annually, and 135.297 every 6 months). Each Captain must complete all three checks; First Officers must complete the 135.293 only. We retain check airmen on staff to accomplish these checks in-house.
The tax laws that govern aircraft differ between the charter aircraft (FAR 135) vs. aircraft that are not on a certificate (FAR 91). Typically, aircraft that are on a charter certificate are considered a for-profit business and qualify for tax relief benefits.
By converting your aircraft into a “BUSINESS”, you can enjoy additional write-offs that are unavailable when operating under FAR 91 only. This is in addition to the revenue potential.