Worldwide Private Jet Charters
Turboprop aircraft combine the
low-cost advantages of the piston aircraft while sharing
some of the performance and cabin comfort advantages of light
jets. Turboprops are powered by turbine propeller engines.
With average cruising speeds of over 300 mph and an average
nonstop range above 1,000 miles, a turboprop can travel further,
faster and offer more comfort than piston aircraft while
keeping charter costs below those of jet aircraft. Popular
for short to mid-range flights, turboprops can access runways
that are often too short for jet aircraft.
Amenities often include: pressurized passenger cabins for
added comfort, safety and performance and a semi-private
lavatory. Baggage capacity is limited.
Passenger Capacity: 4-8
Representative Aircraft: King Air 90, 100, 200, 300, Cheyenne I, II,
III, IV, Merlin, Beech Starship, Pilatus PC-12, Commander
Popular Itineraries: Toronto to Chicago, San Diego to Los Angeles,
Boston to New York or Washington D.C., Geneva to Paris,
Vienna to Prague and Seattle to Reno.
jets are the entry-level jet class in the charter industry.
Light jets are the most economical choice for short to
With average cruising speeds of 440
mph and an average nonstop range of about 1,500 miles,
a light jet can travel further and faster than non-jet
aircraft while operating in and out of airports not accessible
by the major airlines.
Amenities often include: pressurized
passenger cabins for added comfort, safety and performance
and a semi-private lavatory.
Light jets have limited
baggage capacity and often cannot accommodate skis or
large golf bags.
Passenger Capacity: 4-8
Aircraft: Citation II, Learjet 35,
Falcon 10, Westwind,
to Dallas, Paris to Hamburg, Los Angeles to San Francisco
and Boston to Altanta.
Midsize Jet aircraft optimally blend comfort, performance
and economy for medium length flights.
With average cruising
speeds over 500 mph and a nonstop range of about 2,100
miles, a midsize jet can travel further, faster and with
more comfort then light jets while operating in and out
of airports not accessible by the major airlines.
of the midsize jet aircraft have external baggage storage
and can accommodate a reasonable amount of baggage. However,
some aircraft such as the Hawker line of private jets
only have internal baggage storage and can pose problems
for skis or other bulky items. Most midsize jets offer
a private lavatory.
Representative Aircraft: Learjet
55, Falcon 20,
Hawker 800, Citation VII
Popular Itineraries: New York to West Palm Beach
provided courtesy Bombardier, Inc
jets are top-of-the-line executive aircraft offering
optimum performance and amenities for long-range flights.
With average cruising speeds of 530 mph and an average
nonstop range over 4,000 miles, a heavy jet can travel
further and with more comfort than smaller jets while
operating in and out of airports not accessible to
the major airlines. Amenities usually found onboard
heavy jets include; a private lavatory, external baggage
compartments, stereo DVD, satellite phone, fax, and
a full galley. A flight attendant can enhance your
flight experience, improve safety and assist with gourmet
catering for high-end business and entertainment.
Passenger Capacity: 15-20
Aircraft: A318, A319, BBJ,
Popular Itineraries: Bangor
to Seattle, New York to Rome, Moscow to Miami, London to Los
Angeles, and San Francisco to Tokyo.