International charter-booking platform PrivateFly is rolling out a new fixed and discounted pricing structure this summer for key city pairs in Europe involving flights on the Nextant 400XTi. Available through the end of summer, the rates include flights to and from London, Paris, Nice, Palma, Ibiza, Milan, Geneva, and Rome. Prices begin at €4,500 ($5,024) one-way between London and Paris and range up to €9,000 for Paris Le Bourget and Geneva for charter groups up to six passengers.
These city-pair prices are 30 percent lower than average year-round prices and as much as 50 percent off peak-summer demand, PrivateFly said. The pricing offer follows a fixed-pricing trial in London and Geneva over the winter, the company added.
“On-demand private jet pricing in Europe can fluctuate when demand is highest, particularly in the summer peak, and we know this is something many clients find confusing,” said PrivateFly CEO Adam Twidell. “So we’re delighted to have secured priority access to a fleet of Nextant 400XTis for our clients at exclusive prices.”
Twidell added the structure leverages its position within Directional Aviation’s OneSky group. Directional Aviation, which owns a range of business aviation companies from fractional ownership provider Flexjet to remanufacturer Nextant, acquired PrivateSky last summer. “We’re looking forward to unveiling further innovations in both Europe and North America in the months ahead,” he said.