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Chartright expands aircraft lease program to include mid & super mid size jets

by CM Staff   

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The occupied hourly rate for a light jet is $2,500, a mid-size Jet is $3,500 and a super mid-size Jet is $4,500.

Challenger 300, one of Chartright’s Super-mid aircraft. (CNW Group/Chartright)

TORONTO — Chartright Air Group has announced the expansion of its Aircraft Lease Program to now include 7 – 10 passenger mid-size and super mid-size jets. This expansion aims to cater to a niche market between charter clients and aircraft owners.

The program offers short-term access to aircraft with clear pricing and two transparent fees. It includes three categories of jets—light, mid, and super mid-size—offering coast-to-coast coverage.

The occupied hourly rate for a light jet is $2,500, a mid-size Jet is $3,500 and a super mid-size Jet is $4,500.

Supported by Chartright’s fleet, the program guarantees availability with a one-year lease commitment. It provides benefits similar to aircraft ownership without long-term obligations. Additional features include the Swap Ratio Program for accessing the entire fleet and the Quick Return Discount for shorter trips.

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The new Quick Return Discount is designed for shorter trips returning to the original departure location. It extends the hours available for use and offers flexibility with specific route profiles, guaranteed pricing, and aircraft availability.

“We noticed that some shared ownership clients were coming to us seeking a more cost-effective solution for shorter, and multi-leg trips” said David Shaver, VP of Sales, and Marketing at Chartright.

“In response, we introduced the Quick Return Discount, which not only extends the hours available for use but offers flexibility with specific route profiles and the benefits of guaranteed pricing and aircraft availability. “

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