Message from Day Flier

Opportunity cost, although intangible, is one of the largest costs to most businesses. Inefficient time management robs employers and employees of their full potential. Because these opportunity costs are not visibly withdrawn from a bank account each month, many businesses fail to understand their loss of productivity. By providing them with the proper tools, we at Day Flier strive to help businesses understand the real value of their time and achieve a new level of productivity. We provide this productivity by focusing on a primary area of lost business time – business air travel.

Through our network of air charter and livery operators, our mission is to provide an unprecedented ability to fully measure and compare business travel options. Downtime spent in security lines, waiting for scheduled flights and layovers, driving to and from airports that are not the closest to a destination, and overnight hotel stays can now be fully understood and avoided. Small businesses and professionals across the country can convert their formerly unproductive time to time used to grow their businesses.

- The Team at Day Flier


Day Flier, Inc. ("Day Flier" or the "Company") operates as a "ticket agent" which is defined in 49 USC 40102(a)(4) as "a person (except an air carrier, a foreign carrier, or an employee of an air carrier of for foreign air carrier) that as principal or agent sells, offers for sale, negotiates for , or holds itself out as selling, providing, or arranging for air transportation." Day Flier operates as an agent of the carriers in its network and does not operate any flight or control any fleet of aircraft. Operational control (including, but not limited to, all decisions with regard to the safety of flight) of all aircraft listed in the Day Flier network rests solely with the air carrier operating each aircraft and not with Day Flier.

Day Flier makes no guarantee of travel. Day Flier shall not be liable for any delay or failure to perform in connection with any flight or in the performance of any obligation hereunder. There are numerous reasons that an operator in Day Flier's network may not be able to conduct a flight that has been confirmed. These include, but are not limited to: acts of God, rebellion, riots, hijacking, insurrection, civil commotion, strikes or labor disputes, fires, floods, laws, regulations, acts, demands and orders of any government or agency, seizure of the aircraft under legal process, adverse weather conditions, inability to obtain fuel, aircraft damage or loss, lack of essential parts or supplies, mechanical discrepancy, illness or incapacitation of crew members, and denial of operating or landing approvals, clearances, or permits by a governmental authority. Day Flier is hereby released from any claim or demand for any direct consequential damages arising out of failure to perform as a result of a force majeure event whether or not herein enumerated. At the time of written trip confirmation, an operator in Day Flier's network will reserve the aircraft for the client. In the event that the reserved aircraft subsequently becomes unavailable for the client's trip due to unforeseen circumstances such as mechanical problems or other events beyond the control of operator, the operator will make every effort to provide an equivalent aircraft at the quoted price. In the event that a replacement aircraft cannot be found by the operator, Day Flier will attempt to find a replacement aircraft. If an equivalent replacement aircraft cannot be found, Day Flier makes no guarantee of the original price quote and may offer the Client a suitable aircraft at another rate.