The fraction of the owner buys (or leases) a certain share of the aircraft, depending on the number of hours the person flies in a year. Depending on the sub-ownership company, there are additional cost elements. Most of them receive a monthly management fee that covers fixed and indirect operating costs such as pilot training, hangars, etc. When occupying the aircraft, you usually pay a “busy hourly fee”,” which covers direct costs such as fuel, maintenance and catering. The sub-owned company is responsible for hiring pilots, maintaining the aircraft, managing all planning and logistics, and maintaining safety programs….