NYNE Charters is committed to providing the safest travel solutions for our clients to utilize. Our proactive approach in maintaining a high safety standard starts with vetting all carriers that provide options for our charter requests. There are different types of certificates carriers can hold; however, aircraft we source for on-demand air charters must hold Part 135 or Part 121 Air Carrier Certificates and comply with all Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rules and regulations.

Part 121 Air Carrier CertificatesThis will mostly be the large regional and major carriers operating domestic, international, supplemental, and cargo charters. This certificate also contains rules that refer to scheduled service as well as enhanced pilot and crew regulations. Given the increased passenger carrying capacity afforded by Part 121 carriers, they are are under constant scrutiny from the FAA and is considered the gold standard for aviation safety around the world.

Part 135 Air Carrier CertificatesThese carriers must hold ARGUS or Wyvern safety ratings to be contracted through NYNE Charters. The more common of the two is ARGUS and their audit reviews the operator’s maintenance records, flight history, insurance coverage, frequency of aircraft inspections, and a program’s ability to meet or exceed FAA standards. ARGUS also offers a TripCHEQ which is a comprehensive analysis of the carrier and provides passengers with up-to-date information.

NYNE Charters is experienced in procuring and coordinating operations for both Part 135 and Part 121 charters. We are available 24/7 to provide you with the most current rates and up-to-date schedules for your air charter needs.


As the coronavirus continues to alter the way we all travel, it is our priority to ensure our clients are safe. NYNE Charters works with our carrier network in providing thoroughly cleaned aircraft so travelers can move with peace of mind. Each carrier has implemented different cleaning guidelines; all of which can be shared when charter options are presented.

COVID-19 Private Jet Safety Information – The industry has responded to the coronavirus with the following revised safety protocols:

  • Aircraft interior cleaning – All operators are required to deep disinfecting aircraft cabins between passenger flights.

  • Crew and passenger distancing – Little to no contact between passengers and the aircraft crew.

  • Temperature testing – This is contingent upon the operator, but the crew has the right to request the temperature of passengers before being allowed on board.

  • Limited FBO access – In most instances, passengers are only allowed into the FBO for essential services.

  • Vehicle access to the ramp – Plane-side drops for passengers may be permited depending on the airport.

Covid-19 Health Advisories – The coronavirus was officially declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization in March of 2020. The latest travel advisory from WHO was released in a statement alongside The International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).

The CDC created a country-specific tool with travel recommendations. For domestic flights, the CDC maintains an advisory for travel within the United States. Additionally, the CDC maintains a series of specific recommendations for international travelers returning to the United states and destinations throughout the world.