Latest Empty and Dead Legs Announced on the Private Jet Central Website

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Empty legs are a great way to experience the delights of a private jet charter at a fraction of the usual cost.

The latest empty and dead legs available to book through Private Jet Central have been posted on their website. Empty leg flights offer all of the amenities and luxury of a regular charter flight but at a greatly reduced price.

Dead or empty legs happen when a jet needs to be repositioned to pick up its next charter. Rather than letting the jet fly empty, jet charter companies such as Private Jet Central will instead offer the trip at a greatly reduced price. This can be a great way to experience the luxury and convenience of a private jet hire at a fraction of the usual cost.

Private Jet Central has a number of empty legs for the early months of 2013 which are now available to be booked through their website. Selections of empty legs now available to book include:

  •     17/1 to 20/1 from London to Zurich aboard a Citation Bravo.
  •     24/1 to 26/1 from Verona to London aboard a Citation XLS.
  •     1st February from Nice to London aboard a Citation XLS.
  •     31st March from London to Cannes aboard a Citation Bravo.

There are a number of other empty legs available to view on the website with more being added as and when they become available. Anyone who is interested in a booking an empty leg flight or chartering a jet to hundreds of locations around the world can contact the team at Private Jet Central for the latest booking information and advice.

About Private Jet Central
Private Jet Central is a global jet charter company with offices in the United Kingdom, United States and the Middle East. Founded in 2001 they offer a range of jet charter services to business and pleasure users in the UK and Europe. More information on the full range of services offered by Private Jet Central is available from their website at and also by contacting any of their offices by phone or via e-mail.

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