On Demand Private Jet Charter
Where You Want. When You Want.
Vault Aviation’s On Demand private jet charter model provides all the benefits of aircraft ownership without the headaches. On Demand allows you to fly where you want, when you want, on whatever plane you want. With no membership fee or upfront costs, Vault’s On Demand program allows you to pay for each flight on a trip-by-trip basis. You won’t have to contend with expiring hours or nonrefundable deposits that lock you into a program you can’t even use. We make private aviation simple — you pick your plane and enjoy your flight.
On Demand provides you with the most flexible means of flying private. Based on the specific requirements of your trip, Vault’s private jet charter advisors will work with you to identify the best aircraft at the best value. Every client is different, so our experts are trained to tailor the experience to meet your needs. Whether you fly once a year for vacation or once a week for business, Vault’s On Demand program has a solution for everyone’s needs.
Want to Fly International?
Vault charters aircraft all over the world. Whether you are going to Europe, South America, Asia, Africa or Australia, Vault Aviation has you covered. Click below to learn more about the benefits of international private jet charter with Vault Aviation.
How Does Vault Source Aircraft
Vault Aviation is a pure charter brokerage. By this, we mean that we do not own or operate the aircraft that we charter. Vault has an extensive network of over 5,000 safety-audited aircraft around the world. To protect the safety of you and your family, we exclusively charter aircraft that carry ARGUS or Wyvern safety ratings (or their foreign equivalents for international travel), and we preform our own independent audits of maintenance records and pilot credentials. Your safety in the air is our number one priority and Vault will only quote aircraft that meet our high standards.
What Affects the Price of the Flight
Navigating the private aviation world can be hectic for the uninitiated. Vault’s expertise ensures that our clients get the most for their money.
The chief variables affecting the price of a flight are:
Type of Airplane
Length of Trip
Trip length, measured in days, will impact the price of your trip. The number of days determines whether the trip is classified as a true “Round Trip” rather than two “One-Way” trips. For example, while conceptually a Friday thru Sunday trip from Dallas to Houston is a “Round Trip” by conventional standards, in the private jet charter world, it is treated as two One-Way trips. Since the flight is only an hour each way, an operator won’t want to have their plane away from its home base for 3 days for only 2 hours of flight time.
Vault understands the complicated rules applied by aircraft operators so that you don’t have to. As a rule of thumb, aircraft operators want 2 hours of flight time per day, every day, of the trip. If the trip does not average out to 2 hours per day, certain fees start to be imposed, know as “trip minimum fees.” Trip minimum fees, or “mins”, are essentially flight hours that are charged for the plane to sit on the ground to the point where the actual flight time, plus the mins, average out to 2 hours of flight time being paid for per day. This is why in certain situations, it makes more sense to source a trip as two One-Way flights to avoid paying mins. We’ll use our expert knowledge to advise you on how to structure your trip in order to get the most bang for your buck.
Your Vault Aviation expert advisor use our negotiating skill to gain concessions from operators, getting them to agree to reduce or eliminate fees. Further, our resources allow us to source true One-Way flights at below-market price points. Anytime a trip is too long to be sourced as a true Round Trip, Vault expertly pairs two One-Way flights at an industry-low price.
The Vault Aviation Advantage
Vault Aviation uses its leveraged relationships with aircraft operators to strategically negotiate the best prices on the best airplanes. While the private aviation industry can be full of mystery, we practice transparency. Our expert aviation advisors take their duties seriously. They’ll ensure that you understand why the flight cost what it costs, what safety credentials the plane and crew hold, and which options are best at your preferred price point.
Vault Aviation, LLC dba Vault Aviation serves as an agent in obtaining air charter services for our customers. We select carriers that are certificated by the Federal Aviation Administration and registered with the U.S. Department of Transportation. Carriers are solely responsible for the air transportation by Vault Aviation for its customers. Vault Aviation does not own or operate the aircraft on which our customers fly. Vault Aviation is not a direct or indirect air carrier. All Vault-arranged flights are operated by Part 135 air carriers.