The difference between charter flights and regular ones.

Charter Scheduled flight
clearly set scheduleSent strictly on schedule
Organized on the basis of a carrier's contract with a tour operatorThe organizer is the airline
Launches only at the beginning of the holiday seasonFlies on a regular basis throughout the year
Sent to popular tourist destinationsOrganized only by economic profitable all year round routes
Possible frequent delaysDepartures on time
Ticket purchased through travel agencyThe ticket is bought at the official points of sale of the airline
The passenger cannot make a claim to the carrier for the disruption or postponement of departure.the carrier is the person in charge
Assumes direct flight without transfersPossible transfers on the route
Departure time is not very convenientPlanes take off during the day
Tickets are non-refundableA purchased ticket can be returned back and receive a certain percentage of its cost
Cheaper flightOrder of magnitude higher price
Ticket prices decrease as the departure date approachesThe closer the departure time, the higher the cost of the ticket
There is no division by classSeats on the plane are ranked by class
Departures are made by periods, multiples of the duration of the toursAircraft depart at a wide variety of frequencies