The A320 single-aisle jetliner family (composed of the A318, A319, A320 and A321) is the world’s best-selling single-aisle aircraft family. It is used in a full range of services from very short-haul airline routes to intercontinental segments, on operations from challenging in-city airports to high-altitude airfields and an Antarctic ice runway, and on VVIP and government missions with the most discerning passengers.

Seats 19
Interior Height 7'4"
Interior Width 12'2"
Luggage Capacity 160 Interior Cubic Feet

Airbus began as a commercial airliner manufacturer, but, after years of experience and success, branched into the corporate ultra-long-range private jet sector with the Airbus A319 Corporate Jetliner (A319CJ). It is a part of the A320 jet family, whose four members collectively have been used by more than twenty airlines, including Frontier Airlines and Air France. The A319CJ is smaller and lighter than the commercial airliner version, giving owners global range capabilities.

Seats 19
Interior Height 7’4”
Interior Height 12’2”
Luggage Capacity Internal 160 Cubic Feet

This twin-engine VVIP helicopter is the epitome of luxury helicopter travel. With a large, quiet cabin with room for six, spacious leather seating and an in-flight entertainment system, you can travel in complete comfort and style. This is an IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) rated aircraft, giving you more flexibility during poor weather conditions.

Seats 5
Interior Height 4’8”
Interior Width 4’8”
Luggage Capacity 3 Internal Cubic Feet, 37 External Cubic Feet

The Boeing Business Jet is a member of the venerated 737 families. The 737s collectively have over 60 million hours of flight time and are still in high demand in the commercial aviation market. The BBJ sold more than one hundred planes in just four years of production, and orders continue to come in. No other private jet offers as much cabin space or reliability. After all, the BBJ is a descendant of commercial aircraft, designed to last decades. The Boeing Business Jet’s full name is the BBJ 737-700 IGW. IGW stands for “Increased Gross Weight,” much of which is due to its massive cabin and increased fuel capacity. The cabin has more square footage than some offices – 807 square feet – and measurements well beyond any other private jet: 79.2 feet long, 7.1 feet high and 11.6 feet wide.

Seats 19
Interior Height 7’1”
Interior Width 11’6”
Luggage Capacity 150 Internal Cubic Feet, 814 External Cubic Feet

The Bombardier Challenger 300 is a super-mid-sized jet capable of traveling transcontinental distances. All of the passenger seats are fully adjustable and have fold-out tables and individual AC power plugs. Two-zone air conditioning keeps both the pilots and the passengers comfortable, and low-heat LED overhead lights (with a 10,000-hour life) give the cabin an open feel.

Seats Up to 16
Interior Height 6’1”
Interior Width 7’2”
Luggage Capacity 106 External Cubic Feet

The Challenger 350 aircraft cabin boasts new connectivity and state-of-the-art display technologies. It is equipped with the LHT HD Cabin Management System customized for Bombardier for communications and entertainment in a single control at every seat. The two 22" HD bulkhead monitors are the largest in the super-midsize class.

Seats 10
Interior Height 6’
Interior Width 7’2”
Luggage Capacity 106 Cubic Feet

Bombardier designed the original Challenger 601 with the primary goal of passenger comfort. It is unusually wide-bodied and can carry up to nineteen passengers in its 8.2-foot wide cabin, yet it has a transcontinental range and is able to complete nonstop flights between almost any two cities in the United States.

Seats 8
Interior Height 6’1”
Interior Width 8’2”
Luggage Capacity 115 Interior Cubic Feet

The Challenger 604 is a newer version of the 601 design, incorporating more advanced GE CF34-3B engines; increased fuel capacity, including saddle tanks in the rear of the aircraft; new undercarriage for a higher takeoff and landing weight; structural improvements to wings and tail; and a new Rockwell Collins ProLine 4 avionics system. A lot of power can be found in the Challenger 604. With eight passengers, the 604 can fly 3,850 miles, and at .74 Mach. Like the Challenger 601-3A, the aircraft consists of a glass cockpit: the Collins Pro Line 4. Six screens (7.25 inches) show left and right primary flight displays, multifunction displays, and EICAS.

Seats 9
Interior Height 6’1”
Interior Width 8’2”
Luggage Capacity 115 Interior Cubic Feet

The Challenger 605 is one in the series of business jets manufactured by Bombardier Aerospace. It performs well due in large part to its two General Electric CF34-3B engines, producing 8,729 lbs of thrust apiece. Equipped with the same wings and engines, the long-range business jet performs similarly to the 604. It can travel over 4,000 nautical miles at a Mach .80 maximum. Its maximum takeoff weight (MTOW) is 48,200 lbs.

Seats 9
Interior Height 6’1”
Interior Width 8'2”
Luggage Capacity 115 Interior Cubic Feet

The Challenger 850 has undergone many design modifications from the former airliner. This includes steel brakes in the place of carbon, computer-controlled fly-by-wire system, and single point and over-fueling. By redesigning its airframe, the 850 ELR can carry an additional 4,000 lbs of fuel than its predecessor, increasing payload, range, and takeoff weight. The 850 can travel at .85 Mach and reach a certified flight ceiling of 41,000 feet. During the climb, it takes a relatively quick 32 minutes to reach 37,000 feet. Its maximum takeoff weight is 53,000 lbs.

Seats 14
Interior Height 6’1”
Interior Width 8’2”
Luggage Capacity 202 Interior Cubic Feet

When Cessna decided to update its best-selling private jet, the Citation II, the result was the fuel-efficient Citation Bravo. It has a long range compared to other light-sized private jets and excellent short runway capabilities, allowing its owner to choose from a large selection of small airports. Some examples of non-stop flights include New York to Miami, Los Angeles to San Francisco, and Aspen to Southern California.

Seats 7
Interior Height 4’8”
Interior Width 4’8”
Luggage Capacity internal 28 Cubic Feet, external 45 Cubic Feet

The CJ1 is the second generation of the extremely successful Citation Jet series. It comes with all of the advantages that the original Citation Jet offered, but with improvements in economy and performance. Its status as the second generation Citation gives the advantage of using a private jet design that has been tested and modified to exceed the success of the first model – the Citation Jet.

Seats 5
Interior Height 4’8”
Interior Width 4’9”
Luggage Capacity internal 4 Cubic Feet, external 51 Cubic Feet

When Cessna redesigned their popular CJ1 private jet, known for its low operating costs and high performance, the result was the CJ2: bigger, faster, and better. The cabin stretches an additional thirty-three inches, the wingspan stretches an additional thirty-five. Its cruise speed outdoes the CJ by thirty knots with a significantly reduced fuel burn.

Seats 6
Interior Height 4’
Interior Height 4’10”
Luggage Capacity internal 4 Cubic Feet external 70 Cubic Feet

The CJ3 is the sixth generation of the popular Citation Jet series, a class of private jets designed to be economical and high-performing. They aren’t the most luxurious private jets available, but they may be the most popular. Business travelers like the idea of a private jet that understands bottom-line thinking, without sacrificing performance or reliability. How does Cessna manage to create private jets with competitive capabilities and still keep costs down? Simplicity. The jets of the Citation series bypass much of the complexities of their competitors and use the most economic engines available. The CJ3 is the jet that Cessna is calling “the largest, fastest, most advanced aircraft of its kind.” Even taking into account Cessna’s natural bias towards their newest arrival in the Citation Business Jet fleet, their bold statement may be right.

Seats 7
Interior Height 4’9”
Interior Width 4’10”
Luggage Capacity External 65 Cubic Feet

The Citation Encore is another of Cessna’s great private jets. The Encore is versatile, able to fly long distances and take off and land on short runways and carry a large load. Passengers love their cabin comfort, smooth flight performance, and its low operating costs. The cabin, which can hold eight passengers in fully reclinable seats, stretches to seventeen feet, five inches – the longest cabin of any light private jet.

Seats 7
Interior Height 4’7”
Interior Width 4’8”
Luggage Capacity internal 29 Cubic Feet external 43 Cubic Feet

The Citation Excel is technically a mid-sized jet, yet it still fits in the super light jet class – its cabin length is 18.7 feet and it can fly up to 1,961 miles (1,704 nautical miles) – but it can take off in 3,590 feet and climb to cruise altitude in just 18 minutes, performance statistics reminiscent of light private jets. At any rate, the Excel boasts excellent handling capabilities, reliable systems and consistent delivery of smooth, quick flights.

Seats 8
Interior Height 5’7”
Interior Width 5’6”
Luggage Capacity 80 Cubic Feet

The interior of the Citation III was designed to look and feel like the interior of a much larger, more expensive private jet. The cabin of the Citation III has a volume of 438 cubic feet and is about 5.8 feet high. Special headliner lighting and window design provide bright, indirect lighting, giving the cabin a spacious, open feel. The cabin holds eight passengers in seats that recline, swivel, and have adjustable armrests and footrests. There are an available 61 cubic feet of baggage space. Best of all, travel in the Citation III is fairly quiet due to its compliance with the FAR part 36 noise standards.

Seats 7
Interior Height 5’8”
Interior Width 5’7”
Luggage Capacity 61 External Cubic Feet

The Cessna Citation Mustang can be described as an entry-level business jet belonging to the extremely successful Citation series. Aimed toward owners of lightly pressurized prop-jets, the Mustang delivers excellent value in the compact light jet category. The Mustang adheres to Citation’s promise of performance, efficiency, and style. It can cruise at speeds as fast as 340 knots true airspeed. At sea level, the Mustang can take off in just 3,110 feet. Following take off, the jet can climb swiftly to 41,000 feet and continue to fly for the duration of a 1,150 nautical mile-long trip, carrying a single pilot and three passengers.

Seats 4
Interior Height 4’6”
Interior Width 4’7”
Luggage Capacity internal 6 Cubic Feet, external 57 Cubic Feet

The Citation Sovereign is Cessna’s version of what a business jet should be: comfortable, high performing, and economical. The strongest feature of the Sovereign is its range; it has coast-to-coast capabilities, like large jets, but still retains the features that make midsize private jets so advantageous. It can take off in under 4,000 feet and can cruise at around .75 Mach (458 knots).

Seats 9
Interior Height 5’8”
Interior Width 5’6”
Luggage Capacity 35 Internal Cubic Feet, 100 External Cubic Feet

The strategic use of seamless wall panels, indirect lights, and mirrors make the cabin seem even more spacious. Passengers enjoy the cabins equipped with individual flat panel entertainment systems and audio jacks (an optional feature). The Ultra has storage space for twenty-six cubic feet of baggage, or about six hundred pounds worth of golf bags, suitcases, or whatever else worth bringing along.

Seats 7
Interior Height 4’6”
Interior Width 4’8”
Luggage Capacity internal 26 Cubic Feet, external 41 Cubic Feet

The Cessna Citation V is a turbofan-powered small-to-medium sized business jet built by the Cessna Aircraft Company in Wichita, Kansas. The cabin pressurization system can hold a sea-level cabin to 23,580 feet, which is useful when flying at a high speed (425 knots/hour) cruise at 37,000 feet, or at a long range (350 knots/hour) cruise at the Citation V’s maximum certified flight ceiling of 45,000 feet. Takeoff distances are fairly short. At sea level, the Citation V can take off in 3,160 feet. At an altitude of 5,000 feet and a temperature of 77°F, the required runway distance increases to 4,780 feet.

Seats 7
Interior Height 4’8”
Interior Width 4’9”
Luggage Capacity internal 26 Cubic Feet, external 41 Cubic Feet

The interior of the Citation VII was designed to compete with the most luxurious midsized jets. Each customer can choose from a wide variety of interior design options. Options range from wood finishes to extensive cabin entertainment systems. Additional soundproofing was added to the 438 cubic feet cabin so that business meetings (or naps) can be conducted without interruption. The fully enclosed lavatory has been expanded enough to double as a dressing room.

Seats 7
Interior Height 5’7”
Interior Width 5’5”
Luggage Capacity 51 External Cubic Feet

The Cessna Citation X is a long-range medium business jet aircraft powered by two Rolls-Royce turbofan engines. The Citation X can climb to 51,000 feet and cruise at incredible speeds of up to Mach 0.935. It is built by the Cessna Aircraft Company in Wichita, Kansas.

Seats 8
Interior Height 5’7”
Interior Width 5’5”
Luggage Capacity 82 External Cubic Feet

The Dassault Falcon 2000 is a French Business jet complete with a twin-engine and transcontinental range. The Falcon 2000 LX is famed for its ability to land at over 90% of its maximum takeoff weight. Two seats can fold down flat, to enable comfortable napping in bedlike form. A wide variety of interior decorating options are available – for example, there are eighteen different metal finishes to choose from just for the bathroom sink alone as well as a stand-up lavatory and 134 cubic feet of accessible baggage space.

Seats 8
Interior Height 6’2”
Interior Height 7’8”
Luggage Capacity 131 Interior Cubic Feet

The Dassault Falcon 50 is a French-built long-range corporate jet, featuring a three jet engine layout with an S-duct central engine. The nine-passenger seating configuration is generally laid out in one four-seat club arrangement, and a separate section of two facing seats and a three-seat divan. Work tables fold out between facing seats so work can be completed in-flight. Power plugs are available for laptops and office equipment. Temperature control is separate for the cockpit and the cabin, so both parties are comfortable in-flight. Space and equipment for hot and cold food preparation come standard, including an oven, ice chest, and coffee maker.

Seats 9
Interior Height 5’9”
Interior Width 6’1”
Luggage Capacity 25 internal cubic feet, 115 External Cubic Feet

The Dassault Falcon 900 is a French-built corporate jet aircraft made by Dassault Aviation. It, and its larger sibling the Falcon 7X, are the only trijets in production. The Falcon 900 design incorporates composite materials and is used by the Escadron de transport, d'entraînement et de calibrage which is in charge of transportation for officials of the French state.

Seats 12
Interior Height 6’2”
Interior Width 7’8”
Luggage Capacity 127 Interior Cubic Feet

The Gulfstream 200 is a twin-engine business jet designed originally by Israel Aircraft Industries and produced for Gulfstream Aerospace. It includes a radio phone, entertainment systems, and interior design upgrades from its former model. There are power outlets available for any piece of office equipment in addition to an outlet for each passenger. There are 125 cubic feet of baggage space available in an external compartment, able to contain up to 2,400 pounds.

Seats 8
Interior Height 6’3”
Interior Width 7’2”
Luggage Capacity 25 Internal Cubic Feet, External 125 Cubic Feet

The Gulfstream 280 is a twin-engine business jet built under license by IAI in Israel for Gulfstream Aerospace. It travels 200 nautical miles/370 kilometers beyond its initial targeted range. That design achievement pushes the G280’s maximum range to 3,600 nm/6,667 km at Mach 0.80, making the G280 the only aircraft in its class capable of flying nonstop from London to New York in world-record time.

Seats Up to 10
Interior Height 6’3”
Interior Width 7’2”
Luggage Capacity 34 Internal Cubic Feet, 120 External Cubic Feet

The G450 is known for connecting continents with ease. Fourteen passengers fly in a spacious and comfortable cabin which includes a full-service galley. A NetJets flight attendant is onboard every flight to help ensure the passenger’s comfort and safety. With eight passengers, the G450 flies nonstop from New York to São Paulo, Brazil, with miles to spare before reaching its maximum range of 4,350 nautical miles/8,056 kilometers. Load the G450 with 14 people, their luggage and another 2,000 pounds/907 kilograms of payload, and the large-cabin aircraft still has a range for a 3,700 nm/6,852 km trip, the geographical equivalent of flying from Singapore to Dubai.

Seats Up to 16
Interior Height 6’2”
Interior Width 7’4”
Luggage Capacity 169 Interior Cubic Feet

The G650 is a twin-engine business jet airplane produced by Gulfstream Aerospace. It can be equipped with a full kitchen and bar and may be equipped with a variety of entertainment features including satellite phones and wireless Internet. The jet uses two Rolls-Royce BR725 engines, each producing a maximum thrust of 17,000 pounds-force (75.6 kN).The G650 flies at more than 92 percent of the speed of sound for thousands of miles with fly-by-wire precision. That same design innovation created a quieter, roomier, more adaptable cabin teeming with advanced technology.

Seats 18
Interior Height 6’5”
Interior Width 8’6”
Luggage Capacity 195 Interior Cubic Feet

The Gulfstream III is an all-weather, long-range, high-speed aircraft that comfortably seats 12 within a spacious cabin, amid luxurious accommodations and in-flight amenities. This business class jet is designed and developed by Gulfstream Aerospace. It’s superbly outfitted, both technologically and aesthetically, to promote genuine productivity and full relaxation as per the individual needs of any traveler. The aircraft is powered by 2 Rolls-Royce Spey jet engines with Cascade thrust reversers and a Hubbard stage 3 hush kit system which enable the GIII to travel anywhere in the world without noise restriction.

Seats 14
Interior Height 6’1”
Interior Width 7’3”
Luggage Capacity 157 Interior Cubic Feet

The G550 is a business jet aircraft produced by General Dynamics' Gulfstream Aerospace unit, located in Savannah, Georgia. The G550 has the efficiency to fly 6,750 nautical miles/12,501 kilometers nonstop but also is capable of operating out of short-field, high-altitude airports. The G550 can transport up to 18 passengers and still has the range to fly nonstop more than 12 hours.

Seats 16
Interior Height 6’1”
Interior Width 7’3”
Luggage Capacity 226 Interior Cubic Feet

The Hawker 1000 was the largest member of the DH/HS/BAe-125/Hawker 800 series of corporate jets with intercontinental range capabilities. The cabin of the Hawker 1000 can come in a traditional or a biomorphic design. The biomorphic design has smooth curves and is supposed to increase passenger comfort and useful space. The cabin stretches to 24.4 feet long (not including the cockpit), 5.8 feet high, and 6 feet wide. It is usually configured to hold eight seats.

Seats 8
Interior Height 5’9”
Interior Width 6’0”
Luggage Capacity 50 Internal Cubic Feet, 22 External Cubic Feet

The Hawker 4000’s sophisticated composite fuselage and “supercritical” wings are made possible by its “clean sheet” design. These design features ensure that the craft delivers a whisper-quiet flight with smooth movement, creating a comfortable passenger experience on any trip. With an outstanding balance of speed, efficiency and responsiveness—plus a 3,280 nautical-mile range and 540 mph cruise speed—the Hawker 4000 offers a blend of comfort, amenities, speed and performance rivaling that of any heavy jet.

Seats 12
Interior Height 6’0”
Interior Width 6’6”
Luggage Capacity 114 Cubic Feet

The Hawker 400 is a small twin-engine jet corporate aircraft. Initially designed and built by Mitsubishi, it has been further developed and updated by the Beech Aircraft Company, now part of Hawker Beechcraft.The cabin has a flat floor and an oval shape, maximizing the amount of usable space. The true strengths of this jet emerge when it’s in the air. It boasts a cruise speed of over four hundred knots and uses the fuel-efficient Pratt & Whitney JT15D-5 turbofan engines. Pilots that have flown the Hawker 400XP were keen on the Collins Pro Line 4 avionics and have commented that the jet is extremely stable throughout its flight envelope, and is generally a very reliable private jet.

Seats 8
Interior Height 4’10”
Interior Width 4’11”
Luggage Capacity internal 27 Cubic Feet external 26 Cubic Feet

The Hawker 800 is a mid-size twin-engine corporate aircraft. It is a development of the British Aerospace BAe 125, and was assembled by Hawker Beechcraft. One of the Hawker 800XP’s strong points is its ability to take off from runways much shorter than are typically required for private jet international flights. At sea level, 5,032 feet of runway is required; at an elevation of 5,000 feet, the requirement increases to 7,952 feet.

Seats 8
Interior Height 5’9”
Interior Width 6’0”
Luggage Capacity 48 Internal Cubic Feet

The Hawker 900 features Honeywell TFE731-50R engines designed specifically for the aircraft. Each is rated at 4,660 lbs. of thrust. Increased climb performance and immediate maximum altitude (41,000 feet) are benefits of the new engines. Like the 850XP, the 900XP features the Collins Pro Line 21 avionics suite. Four 8×10 inch adaptive screens display navigation, terrain awareness warning systems, weather, reduced vertical separation minimum and enhanced ground proximity warning systems. The system is set-up intuitively to decrease workload while increasing safety and awareness in the cockpit.

Seats 7
Interior Height 5’7”
Interior Width 5’9”
Luggage Capacity 50 Internal Cubic Feet

The King Air 350iER offers operators even more performance, with a fuel capacity of 5,192 pounds (775 US gallons) and a max takeoff weight of 16,500 pounds. Perfect for conducting surveillance or government special missions, the King Air 350iER can cover over 2,200 nautical miles with maximum fuel for over eight hours.

Seats 11
Interior Height 4’10”
Interior Width 4’6”
Luggage Capacity 56 Internal Cubic Feet, 16 External Cubic Feet

The King Air B200 twin turbine aircraft is manufactured by Beechcraft, has a normal range of 1249 and a maximum range of 1580. Typically it can support a crew of 1 and can carry up to 7- 13 passengers. It has a normal cruising speed of 283 and a maximum cruising speed of 290. It features 2 Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-42 engines.

Seats 6
Interior Height 4’10”
Interior Width 4’10”
Luggage Capacity 54 Internal Cubic Feet

The Learjet 35 is known, above all, for its range. It can fly 2,056 miles nonstop. The Learjet 35 offers more than range: it has good handling characteristics, a low fuel burn, and fast cruise speeds as well.A maximum of eight passengers can travel in the Learjet 35’s cabin. It is 12.9 feet long, 4.9 feet wide and 4.3 feet high. There are 40 cubic feet of baggage space, enough to hold about eight standard-sized suitcases.The real strength of the Learjet 35 is its range, takeoff, and cruise capabilities. Two Honeywell TFE731-2-2B engines provide 3,500 pounds of thrust, allowing the Lear 35 to take off in 4,972 feet. Its maximum takeoff weight is pretty high as well at 18,300 pounds.

Seats 8
Interior Height 4’4”
Interior Width 4’11”
Luggage Capacity internal 40 Cubic Feet

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