Propeller Aircraft are the most economical choice for short to mid-range trips. While operating in and out of regional airports with short runways, propeller aircraft can cruise at speeds of 300 knots and non-stop ranges of about 1,500 miles, with an average flight duration of approximately 3 hours.
Light jets are the ideal choice for short to mid-range city hops. With average cruising speeds of 400 knots and non-stop ranges of approximately 1700 miles, light jets can travel further and faster than turboprop driven aircraft, whilst maintaining high levels of efficiency.
Midsize jets (also known as mid-sized jets) are the most popular category of private jets and provide a cost-effective option for flights of up to 4 hours, for up to 8 passengers.
Airliners can be chartered for private use. Removing the hassle of transporting large numbers of clients and employees through public airport terminals.
Super Midsize Jet
Super Midsize Jet aircraft offer size, comfort, and performance for medium length to long range flights, and groups of up to 8 passengers.
Heavy Jets range from large cabin jets seating up to 13 passengers, to ultra-long range jets and – at the very top of the category – converted VIP airliners.