Welcome to SharedCharter. This is where you can find another person to share your Private Charter flight and cut the cost by 50% or more. We do this by having a user operated database which allows members to find other members with similar itineraries or for them to find you. There is never a charge to SEARCH for a flight on SharedCharter.  No membership is required. If you have any questions, our Concierge is here to help. Concierge@SharedCharter.com. Happy Travels!

- Carl Marbach, CEO

FAQs

Don't worry! We're here to help. Call our support line at 561-273-9999 and our Charter Concierge will handle everything.

If we are not available, leave a detailed message. We will call you back as soon as possible. 

Don't worry! We're here to help walk you through it. Call our support line at 561-273-9999 and we'll help you step-by-step to share a flight. If we are not available leave a detailed message. we will call you back as soon as possible. 

First, decide where and when you want to fly. Then SEARCH our database to see if a suitable flight exists. We need to have your email at this point to enable us to let you know when another person finds your trip. When a member finds your trip that fits their needs, we will contact you to arrange a meeting. If you both agree on taking the flight, our Concierge will take it from there.

A: There is no cost to the user for using SharedCharter. For a flight shared between two individual travelers, the cost is between 50% and 60% or the total trip. The more travelers who share the flight, the lower the cost. Prices vary depending on fees from Brokers and Operators for the flight. SharedCharter receives a commission from the Broker or operator.

A: Yes, just search for the itinerary you have. If we find one in the database we will arrange communications between the parties. If there is no flight, we will leave your flight on the database for others to find. When they do we will contact you and arrange a meeting.

A: No membership is required. All we need is your email address so we can contact you when another person finds your flight and wishes to share it.  We will contact you via email. and if you are still interested in sharing that flight, arrange meeting. SharedCharter never shares your information with a third party.

A: Absolutely! SharedCharter is available to anyone over the age of 18. Travelers, Brokers and Operators are all welcome!  

A: We encourage all entities that have shareable flights  to POST those flights on the SharedCharter database. It's a win-win situation for all parties. By sharing a plane, private air travelers cut the cost of flying. This make private flights more accessible, thereby expanding the potential customer base for Operators and Brokers.

Operators are encouraged to list "dead legs" or "empty legs."  Once you are registered as an Operator, POST a flight with 0 seats taken. When a Member expresses interest we in that flight, we will facilitate communications between you and the member.

If a Broker/Operator has a client who expresses problems with the cost, they can use SharedCharter to find someone to share the flight, and reduce the cost. It may make an "impossible" flight "possible." Once your client agrees to a possible sharing flight, you can POST that flight. When a member finds that flight and would like to JOIN, we will facilitate communications between you and the member.

A: Charter Flights are regulated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) under Part 135 of their regulations and are subject to ongoing FAA Safety oversight.

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FAQ

Don't worry! We're here to help. Call our support line at 561-273-9999 and our Charter Concierge will do everything for you.

If we are not available right away, we'll call you back as soon as possible. 

Don't worry! We're here to help. Call our support line at 561-273-9999 and we'll help you step-by-step to share a flight. If we are not available right away, we'll call you back as soon as possible. 

First, decide where and when you want to fly. Then SEARCH our database to see if a suitable flight exists. If it does, JOIN it. If not, POST your flight as either PROPOSED if you have NOT booked it with a Broker or Operator, or PLANNED if you have.  When a member finds your trip that fits their needs, they will JOIN your trip and the SharedCharter Concierge will make the trip happen.

A: There is no cost to the user for using SharedCharter. When a sharing flight is arranged you will pay between 50% and 60% or the total cost(less if there are more than 2 sharing entities) depending on fees from Brokers and Operators for the flight. SharedCharter will receive a commission from the Broker or operator.

A: Yes, just search for the itinerary you have. If we find one in the database we will arrange communications between the parties. If there is no flight, we will leave your flight on the database for others to find. When they do we will contact you and arrange a meeting.

A: Yes. SharedCharter is available to anyone 18 years old or older: Travelers, Brokers and Operators.  

A: We encourage all entities that have flights that can be shared, to list those flights on the database. Everyone wins on SharedCharter; you save money by sharing and Operators and Brokers have more customers because the cost of Chartering is dramatically lowered.

Operators are encouraged to list "dead legs" or "empty legs."  Once you are registered as an Operator, POST a flight with 0 seats taken. When a Member expresses interest we in that flight, we will facilitate communications between you and the member.

If a Broker/Operator has a client who expresses problems with the cost, they can use SharedCharter to find someone to share the flight, and reduce the cost. It may make an "impossible" flight "possible." Once your client agrees to a possible sharing flight, you can POST that flight. When a member finds that flight and would like to JOIN, we will facilitate communications between you and the member.

A: Charter Flying is regulated by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) under Part 135 of their regulations and is subject to ongoing FAA safety oversight.