You can expect to pay between $2,000 - $10,000 per flying hour. It varies, and multiple factors are affecting the cost. These include but are not limited to aircraft category (turboprop, light jet, heavy jet), aircraft type (refers to the model), age of the aircraft, and billable flight time. Bigger jets are more expensive than smaller ones. Also, there are aircraft models that have high market demand because of their efficiency and overall history. In addition, the rental rate for newly chartered aircraft costs higher per hour than the older ones ($100-$100). Lastly, billable flight times include positioning fees, and it has to comply with the industry standard, which is at least 2 hours per day flight time.