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The Gulfstream G550 Private Jet Aircraft is recognized as the safest, most reliable, most comfortable, high-performance, ultra-long range business aircraft in the world. Gulfstream G550 completes worldwide missions that exceed the capabilities of all other corporate aircraft.
Super Midsize Jet The largest and fastest of the Cessna private jet fleet, the Citation X was first delivered in July of 1996. This private jet aircraft features standard seating configurations that include eight extra large, extra comfortable seats with a full reclining capacity, a fully equipped galley, a spacious bathroom large enough to double as a dressing room in the rear, and a closet large enough to store garment bags is within reach.
The Gulfstream IV Private Jet Aircraft is a significantly improved, larger version of the earlier G-II and G-III. First delivered in 1987 the G-IV is recognizable by its low/swept wing with winglets, its swept T-tail with swept horizontal stabilizer, and its two rear fuselage mounted engines. More room was available because of the lengthened fuselage, so now each side has 6 large circular windows. It can seat up to 13 passengers and is piloted by a 2 man crew. The Gulfstream IV cruises at speeds up to 505 knots and has a range of 4,900 nautical miles.
A newer version of the Falcon 900 and first delivered in 1996, the Falcon 900EX Private Jet Aircraft has been once again upgraded with better performing engines and a new avionics package. The 900EX has a low/swept wing and three very noticeable rear fuselage mounted engines. Each side of the fuselage has 12 cabin windows. The tail has the recognizable number two engine at its base, swept tailfin and mid-mounted swept tailplane. It holds a crew of two and up to 13 passengers. The 900EX can cruise up to 500 knots and has a range of up to 4500 nautical miles.
The Falcon 2000 is a Private Jet Aircraft with a large cabin, transcontinental range, and fast cruise speeds. The most distinguishing characteristic between the 2000 and its predecessor is the change from three engines to two. Recognizable by its two rear fuselage mounted engines, swept tailfin and mid-mounted swept tailplane, this widebody long range business jet can hold up to 10 passengers plus crew. This jet has 9 cabin windows on each side of the fuselage. The Falcon 2000 private airplane cruises at 481 knots and has a range of 3420 nautical miles.
Learjet 60 Jet Charters from Apollo Jets are another strong choice in the mid size jet class and have a strong following among certain private aircraft travelers. Classified as a midsized jet, the Learjet 60 is large enough to hold 7 or 8 passengers but most importantly there is ample cabin and elbow room for everyone. This level of space and comfort isn’t found in every jet and is one of the bigger reasons that people charter Learjet 60 jets with Apollo Jets.
Hawker 800XP Jet Charters from Apollo Jets is popular for international, intercontinental and transcontinental flights. Most cabins on this midsize jet are configured for 8 passengers and a few upgrades and improvements have been made over the similar Hawker 400XP.
The Cessna CJ3 jet charter comes from a long line of popular light jets produced by Cessna and is actually the sixth generation in the Citation series. Citation charter jets are focused on value. Chartering a flight on a light jet is all about getting to where you need to be economically and comfortably. This model maximizes fuel efficiency and and cuts down on some of the complexities that other larger aircraft incorporate to help improve operating efficiency across the board without sacrificing on performance.
Citation Excel jet charters from Apollo Jets are midsize jets with enough room to seat up to 8 passengers and a well designed cabin. Like other aircraft from Cessna, a lot of thought has been put into making these midsize jets perform with a consistent track record of reliability and economy. Subtle details like riveted aluminum alloy, low wing position, and updated electronic controls make this jet as exciting for fly for business travelers as it is for pilots.
The Pilatus PC-12 Charter Jets are single engine, turbo prop passenger and cargo aircrafts. Designed for both executive and cargo transport, it has a large, reconfigurable cabin. It is a single pilot airplane featuring: long range, low operating cost, and high speed.
The King Air 350 is a twin turboprop passenger business aircraft. It is a reliable and cost effective charter aircraft perfect for short distance flights. The King Air 350 is pressurized and can carry up to 10 passengers with a 1 or 2 man flight crew. The passenger cabin is roomy and comfortable and also features a noise control system to reduce inflight noise. This spacious and dependable aircraft is perfect for taking your business team to important meetings or events further, and on less fuel.
Hawker 400XP charter jets are another strong competitor in the world of light private jets. There are a lot of reasons people choose to fly on private jets – the main reason being how much faster and easier it is to get from airport to airport or city to city. Like many other aircraft in the same class, Hawker 400xp charter jets strike a good balance between performance, cabin comfort and economical operating costs.
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The Cessna Citation models have been a staple for luxurious private air travel for years and it is no different with the Citation Latitude. The first flight of the Latitude was on February 18 of 2014 and it showed the world what it means to be transported in comfort and style. It is powered by twin Pratt & Whitney PW306D1 FADEC-controlled turbofan engines that give this aircraft impressive performance.
The Bell 430 is a stretched and more powerful evolution from the Bell 230. It is an American twin-engine light-medium helicopter built by Bell Helicopter and was formally launched in February of 1992. It is powered by twin Rolls Royce 250-C40B turboshafts that give it a powerful and smooth ride.
The Bombardier Challenger 300 Private Jet Aircraft offers unmatched performance and comfort. Able to depart challenging runways with 9 passengers and fly coast-to-coast non-stop, the Challenger 300 has the capability to take you virtually anywhere.
The line of Hawker business jets have been admired and looked up to by many pilots and passengers for more than 40 years. The Hawker 4000 continues this line of success and offers everything that previous models were missing. It is one of the most capable aircrafts in the super-midsize class and can transport multiple passengers in complete luxury.