Charter Flight Group specializes in arranging private charter flights to and from Buffalo, New York for private individuals and businesses. With over thirty years of flying our clients to Buffalo, you can enjoy the benefits of a private charted jet flight. Private jet air travel affords you freedom to avoid crowded commercial airports, and long security checkpoints. We can ensure that your chartered flight will be trouble-free. Charter Flight Group puts your safety and comfort first when you fly on our charter flights. You can be assured that your jet charter plans will come with affordable rates and first-rate customer service. No matter what your schedule is, we are committed to flying you anywhere in the world you want to go, 24/7.
Our professional charter flight representatives will help you set your itinerary aboard the type of charter jet flight you require.
We have thousands of private aircraft options from which you can choose, and we can accommodate just about any number of passengers – from one to over three-hundred. You will fly in only the latest models of jet aircraft, which statistics have shown to be the safest mode of airplane travel in the world.
You set your own departure time and we will guarantee that your charter flight will get you where you need to go on schedule. You can fly in turbo prop jet planes such as the TBM Socota or the Beechcraft King, or in a full charter airliner like the Boeing Business Jet or the Dornier 328. From heavy charter flight jets like the Gulfstream GV and the Challenger 850, to mid-sized charters such as the Hawker 700 or Lear 55 jet, and even lighter charter flights like the Phenom 300 and Mitsubishi Diamond, we have the private jet you need. If you have extra time to schedule your charter travel, we can book you a one-way or empty-leg flight. Tell us what you want and what you need, and we will fulfill your wishes. Charter Flight Group fully complies with standards set up by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) Part 135 standards dealing with aircraft licensing, operations, and maintenance. However, even though we are not required to do so, we get additional safety inspections through highly reputable third-party safety inspectors. Because of their sterling reputation, we use the services of the Aircraft Research Group of the United States (ARGUS) and WYVERN.