How flying a private jet could be CHEAPER than your normal flight
BEFORE you book your next flight, maybe ditch the cheap option and opt for something more private.
And with long lines at the airport where passengers queue for hours, you could save money and time by opting for a private jet.
Although it might seem out of reach for most families, seats on private planes might be a lot more affordable than you think – costing just a few hundred pounds.
The Just Jet website sells empty leg seats, which are empty flights that must operate to get planes from one place to another.
One of the cheapest options is from London to Jersey in July, which costs £3,500.
However, that’s all the flight for six people, or £583 per person.
This also includes an open bar and full meal service – so although more expensive than some flights, it’s only a few hundred more than economy services.
Even cheaper is a London-Brussels flight next month, which costs £4,500 for eight passengers, or £562 per person.
The same flight in July costs up to £528 – so not much difference to your own private jet experience, when meals and drinks are included.
There are other routes across Europe that are slightly more expensive, including to Venice and Mallorca, although these also come with your own personal flight attendant.
For example, flights from Paris to Zurich or St Tropez to Ibiza will set you back £750.
Of course, although they’re not as cheap as some budget airlines, it also means you can include your luggage, plus free food and drink, which many airlines no longer offer. .
You can also charter an entire Ryanair plane, but it’s much more expensive, costing over £4,000.
Buying your own private jet is unfortunately out of the question – celebrities like Kylie Jenner, who have their own, cost up to $72 million.
We’ve revealed what it looks like in some of the private planes of the rich and famous.
A private jet stewardess has revealed what it’s really like to fly this way.
Another couple have revealed how to fly private for less than a Ryanair ticket.