Photo Credit: Gulfstream 160
Photo Credit: Gulfstream 160
Light jets, among the smallest private planes, and they can travel up to two hours on a nonstop flight. Light jets are the most economical if you’re only traveling a short distance. Planes of this type have low engine sound and can reach speeds of up to 500 miles per hour.
Passengers: Five to eight passengers comfortably.
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The advantage is reducing your travel time from point to point, enabling you to be more efficient or leave more time to spend with family and friends. A helicopter can avoid traffic congestion, landing close to the nearest airport, and connect for longer journeys.
Passengers: Two to four ususally.
Photo Credit: Textron Aviation Inc. Hawker 4000
Super mid-size jets are allowed to take off and land at both small, local airports, and larger international airports. Super mid-size jets are designed with all of the luxury and amenities of larger private jets. Super mid-size jets can fly transcontinental flights.
Passengers: up to 9
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Turbo prop planes are smaller than most private jets and fly for up to four hours nonstop. Turbo prop planes are strong and easily maneuverable enough to handle short, rough runways that larger jets cannot.
Passengers: They can comfortably hold five to eight passengers.
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Mid-size jets are a slightly larger option. Even with the larger cabin and luggage space, they are capable of flying from coast to coast within the United States, with a maximum of seven hours of flight time.
Passengers: Mid-size jets are designed to accommodate six to eight passengers.
Photo Credit: Boeing Business Jet 737
The jets have first-class seating with full pull-out tabletops and can even contain private sleeping areas. These jets tend to be converted Boeing and Airbus type aircraft.
Passengers: Heavy jets can accommodate an average of 10 passengers comfortably.
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