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Catalogue of private jets

The catalogue contains only a small part of business jets in Europe available for rent and organization of a private flight. In it, we reflected the most popular models in demand in business aviation. The full catalogue includes about 9000 business jets of various types and classes. Our aviation consultants will be happy to help you choose the best option, compare individual models and tell you about the advantages of each of them. You can ask questions by phone 111 or via e-mail flight@private-jet.aero

The catalogue is divided by types of business jets, a breakdown by brand is made at the bottom:

 

The class of the most luxurious and expensive aircraft with an exclusive interior, designed for the longest flights, with a capacity of 20 to 100 people.

Airbus A300-A600F aircraft
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A medium-range passenger aircraft developed by the Airbus Industrie consortium. The aircraft is a modification of the original model A300-600 with a longer range. The Airbus Industrie consortium began its development in 1985. To increase range, it placed an additional fuel tank of 6150 liters in the horizontal tail. With the help of this tank and fuel transfer system is possible to control aircraft balancing in flight (first such system was used in the aircraft A310-300). The first flight of the A300-600R (powered by General Electric CF6-80C2A5 engines) was made on December 9, 1987.

Airbus A300 B4F aircraft
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The Airbus A300 is the world's first wide-body twin-engine aircraft and the first project of the European aircraft manufacturing concern Airbus Industrie, established in 1970 specifically to develop and produce a new medium-range aircraft under the designation A300. Airbus Industrie incorporated companies from Great Britain, Germany, the Netherlands, Spain and France.

The first production Airbus A300 entered the airlines in 1974. The airliner became popular with airlines and was produced until 2007.

Embraer Lineage 1000 aircraft
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The Embraer Lineage 1000 is a variant of the Embraer 190 regional jet, launched as a private jet on May 2, 2006. Produced by Brazilian aerospace company Embraer, it is an "ultra-large" business jet with 19 comfortable seats.

The biggest change to the Lineage 1000 is the added fuel tanks in the lower deck cargo compartment, nearly doubling the aircraft's range, which also boasts a luxurious interior divided into 5 sections, including an extra bedroom, a toilet with running water and a cargo compartment in the rear hour

Boeing Business Jet 3 aircraft
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The BBJ 3 is a versatile model, as owners can easily convert the cabin according to their needs. Thus, Boeing Business Jet 3 can carry from 8 to 100 passengers, depending on the cabin modification. The aircraft has an increased flight range compared to its predecessors, as well as a large cabin area. The airliner is often used in business aviation.

Prestigious aircraft designed for long flights up to 15 thousand kilometres, with a capacity of 10 to 20 passengers on board.

Airbus ACJ380 aircraft
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The aerospace company Airbus offers an amazing range of business jets - the so-called Airbus Corporate Jets - that provide maximum comfort. This large family of private jets starts with the smallest versions or narrow fuselages: the Airbus ACJ318, ACJ319, ACJ320 and ACJ321, used mainly as business jets. The Airbus ACJ380 is a widebody aircraft that offers more space and freedom of movement on board.

Airbus A330-200F aircraft
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The Airbus A330-200F is a medium- to long-range cargo jet. It is an upgraded version of the A300 with a larger payload and longer range. Like other Airbus cargo planes, it is well suited for palletized cargo transportation.

Airbus A310-300F aircraft
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Long-haul Airbus A310 was developed by the European aircraft manufacturing concern Airbus Industrie on the basis of the Airbus A300 model and differed from it by a shorter fuselage, modernized landing gear and tail fins.

The basic modifications of the airbus are A310-200 (basic model) and A310-300 (with additional fuel tanks and increased takeoff weight). Airbus A310 was produced in passenger, cargo (A310-200F and A310-300F) and convertible (A310-300C) versions. There are also several military modifications.

The last Airbus A310 was produced in 1998. Totally 255 aircrafts were built.

Gulfstream GV aircraft
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This line of performance is embedded in its successor, the Gulfstream V, a high-performance, stylish aircraft equipped to meet the demands of international travel. The Gulfstream 500 (or Gulfstream V) was the first contender in the ultra-long-range private jet category. It offers best-in-class comfort, fuel efficiency and superior range at high speed. The Gulfstream V can carry up to 15 passengers and still be flown nonstop for more than eight hours.

It is extremely reliable and highly productive. The ultra-long-range private jet class is a very exclusive and competitive class, in which the Gulfstream V competes well.

Number of seats for 15 passengers and crew of 2 pilots
Maximum range is 11903 km
Maximum cruising speed - 850 km/h

Comfortable aircraft with a spacious cabin and large luggage compartment, designed for average flights up to 8 thousand kilometres, with a capacity of 10 to 20 people.

McDonnell Douglas DC-8-72 aircraft
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The Douglas DC-8 was a four-engine jet airliner produced from 1958 to 1972. The DC-8-72 was a direct conversion of the -62 models, replacing the JT3D engines with CFM56-2 turbofan engines with a large 22,144 lb-ft (98.5 kN) bypass in new bodies built by Grumman. The maximum takeoff weight remained the same, but there was a slight reduction in payload. The model was certified in 1982.

Gulfstream IVSP aircraft
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The aircraft was developed by the American company Gulfstream Aerospace for corporate and business flights. Thanks to its intercontinental range, the IVSP easily crosses oceans and continents. It was the IVSP that set new standards in business aviation. Quality of materials, low noise level, reliability and flight performance have enabled the IVSP to take the lead in the segment of long-haul business jets.

Gulfstream IISP aircraft
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The upgraded Gulfstream Aerospace II-SP (Special Performance) replaces the previous Gulfstream II model on the production line. Compared to the previous airliner in this line, the Gulfstream Aerospace II-SP is equipped with a more powerful engine, 2 x Garrett GTCP 36-6. The design and comfort level of the cabin meets international requirements for increased comfort. 

Gulfstream III aircraft
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The Gulfstream III, a business jet produced by Gulfstream Aerospace, is an all-weather, long-range, high-speed aircraft equipped with two Rolls-Royce Spey turbofan engines with thrust reversers.

The Gulfstream III was built in Savannah, Georgia, USA, and was designed as an improved version of the Grumman Gulfstream II. The wingspan was increased by six feet and five-foot wings were added, and the fuselage was lengthened with an additional two-foot section behind the main door and an extended, reshaped fairing. The Gulfstream III also had a new curved windshield, cockpit instrumentation and autopilot were replaced, and maximum takeoff weight was increased.

A popular class of aircraft for short flights (4-5 thousand kilometres) and up to 10 passengers on board.

Cessna 850 Citation Columbus aircraft
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The Cessna Citation Columbus is the last of the Cessna Citation family of business jets. Columbus has one of the largest monitors in the cockpit. Among other things, the cockpit is equipped with 3D spatial perception system (synthetic vision system), weather radar and windshear prediction.

Cessna Citation Longtitude aircraft
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The Cessna Citation Longtitude is a definite breakthrough and an obvious innovation in the super-midsize jet category. With a range of up to 6,482 km, an altitude of up to 13,716 m and a speed of 907 km/h, the Citation Longitude displays a performance that is far superior to other aircraft in this category. And that's not the only thing that's impressive. It also demonstrates new standards of technology, convenience and comfort for business aviation travel.

Sukhoi Business Jet aircraft
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Sukhoi Business Jet is the Russian aircraft manufacturer's answer to Airbus and Embraer business airliners. Today SBJ is the most modern corporate business aircraft. It combines state-of-the-art technology, a high level of passenger comfort, while its cost characteristics are comparable to those of a standard corporate aircraft.

Avro Business Jet aircraft
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The Avro Business Jet is a modification based on the BAe 146. This aircraft retains the unique features of the 146, such as four low-noise turbojet engines and short takeoff and landing capability. The interior layout has undergone changes and is now a large cabin for senior executives and a separate business class cabin with 12 seats for support staff.

Economical aircraft for a short flight (2-3 thousand kilometres), designed for 7-9 people.

Grob G180 SPn aircraft
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Grob G180 SPn is an administrative type aircraft produced by the German aircraft manufacturer "Grob Aircraft" since 2006.

The maximum distance the plane can fly is 3,425 kilometers, which fully meets the requirements, but experts point out that the cost of the aircraft remains very high, which in turn may be a reason for the low demand for the aircraft. Grob G180 SPn.

 

Nextant 400 XT aircraft
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The Nextant 400XT Small Jet has been produced by Nextant since 2012 and is currently in production. The cabin measures 15.5 feet long, 4.9 feet wide and 4.8 feet high, giving a total cabin volume of 362 cubic feet, making it comfortable for 7 passengers, with a maximum configuration of 7 seats.

The luggage compartment can hold up to 8.0 bags, based on your average luggage space of less than 5 cubic feet. The Nextant 400XT has a maximum range (not including headwinds, high altitude, high temperatures or higher power) of 2,365 miles and a top speed of 516 mph.

Learjet 70 aircraft
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The Learjet 70 is the latest development of Learjet by aircraft manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace. The light business jet is introduced ahead of the business jets Bombardier predicts recovery: these models will be equipped with new avionics, winglets and powerful engines that consume less fuel. It's a refined beauty. This is the Learjet 70 business jet.

Inspiring and innovative, its intelligent craftsmanship and brilliant technology set it apart from other light jets. It takes seven passengers from Moscow to Casablanca, Chicago to Mexico City or Singapore to Hong Kong in a single flight. Soars quickly to 51,000 feet above commercial traffic routes. Cruising at a high speed of Mach 0.81. And all this in a spacious cabin designed with your needs in mind. The Learjet 70 business jet is a business tool that opens doors to new opportunities. It represents cutting-edge technology that connects people with people, places and passions.

Learjet 45 XR aircraft
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The Learjet 45XR is an upgraded version introduced in June 2004, offering higher takeoff weights, higher cruise speeds and shorter climb times than the LJ45. The increase is due to an engine upgrade to the TFE731-20BR configuration. LJ45 owners can upgrade their aircraft with several service bulletins.

Aircraft with a high intensity of short flights in the air taxi mode for 5-7 passengers.

Quest Kodiak 100 aircraft
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The Quest Kodiak is an American multi-purpose single-engine aircraft designed in 2004 by the Quest Aircraft Company.
The Quest Kodiak multi-purpose aircraft is a short takeoff and landing aircraft, which makes it possible to use this aircraft in places where the construction of a long runway is impossible or impractical for some reason. 
The Quest Kodiak can carry 10 people, including one pilot and nine passengers.

Mitsubishi MU-300 aircraft
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The Mitsubishi MU-300 DIAMOND 1A is a low-flying, pressurized fuselage with a tricycle retractable landing gear; Powered by two TURBOFAN JT15D-4D engines mounted on each side of the tail section of the fuselage.

In standard configuration, the aircraft can accommodate up to seven / eight passengers in addition to a crew of two pilots, a captain and a co-pilot.

Spectrum 33 aircraft
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Spectrum 33 is a light administrative aircraft produced since 2009 by Spectrum Aeronautical, USA. 

Depending on customer requirements, the cabin can be designed in four basic layouts combining different styles, with the option to customize the cabin according to customer requirements.

The power plant of the S-33 Independence includes two FJ33-4A-19 turbofan engines, each capable of developing 6.7 kN of thrust. This gives the aircraft a top speed of 790 km/h and also allows it to cover distances of up to 3700 km.

In addition to a single pilot, the aircraft can also accommodate up to nine passengers (depending on the aircraft layout), which is quite acceptable, especially considering the fact that the aircraft is still positioned as a light turbojet.

Sino Swearingen SJ30-2 aircraft
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The SJ30, now owned by SyberJet Aircraft, is one of the fastest light jets available for lease. The aircraft is something of an anomaly among light jets: it has a transcontinental range and a maximum cruising speed of 828 km/h. The SJ 30-2 is also very economical at high speeds, offering a cost-effective hourly charter rate.

Seats 6 passengers and requires 2 crew pilots

Maximum range - 4635 km

Reliable aircraft with a low cost of ownership, can land on the ground and are good for operation in harsh environments.

Epic Victory aircraft
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The Epic Victory is an American light jet developed by Epic Aircraft Corporation in 2007, but due to the bankruptcy of the company it was subsequently produced by the Chinese aircraft manufacturing company China Aviation Industry General Aircraft (CAIGA). The aircraft made its maiden flight on July 6, 2007.

The Epic Victory can accommodate from 4 to 5 people, including also one pilot, which ultimately depends on the configuration of the cabin. The rather cramped interior space is compensated by the good design offered by the aircraft manufacturers, and depending on the needs, the customer can offer his own layout and styling of the cabin.

Mooney M20V aircraft
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For the first major upgrade in more than a decade, Mooney completely redesigned its flagship aircraft. It now has an elegant cockpit, impeccable ergonomics and a radically redesigned interior. Not a single switch, socket or control has escaped scrutiny, as evidenced by keys such as the USB jacks and the center console for the keyboard, side controls and lighting. Beneath its striking livery, a one-piece composite body around the cockpit replaces overlapping sheet metal and optimizes its sleek aesthetic and laminar-clad wings. And the doors (now included on the driver's side) have been widened another four inches to provide unprecedented entry and exit.

Mooney M20U aircraft
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The current version of the Mooney M20U with the Ultra add-on is a more extensive refinement. The biggest innovation is the pilot's door, for which the Mooney engineers had to strap a tubular structure to the front of the fuselage. From the rear seats back, the fuselage is still constructed of aluminum, riveted in the traditional way.

Nextant G90XT aircraft
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Nextant Aerospace is preparing to open the order book for its twin-engine turboprop G90XT. The aircraft passed FAA certification last year. It is a rebuilt and completely modernized Beechcraft King Air C90 series, an aircraft that has been around in one form or another since 1964 and is still produced by Textron Aviation.

Daher Socata TBM 940 aircraft
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The TBM 940 offers the latest technology in the cockpit with the Garmin G3000 avionics suite, controlled by the new GTC 580 touchscreen controllers. The TBM 940 has improvements over the 930, such as automatic throttle control, automatic ice detection and activation, a new interior design and Garmin ground suppression radar. The TBM 940 has a maximum cruising speed of 330 knots and a range of 1,730 nautical miles.

Daher Socata TBM 930 aircraft
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The Daher TBM 930 entered service in 2016 not to replace the TBM 900, but to provide customers with another option. Daher added Garmin G3000 touchscreen avionics to the TBM 930. Daher also highlights the "electronic copilot" feature now available on the TBM 930, which provides audible alerts to the pilot instead of audible signals.

Daher Socata TBM 910 aircraft
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The Daher TBM 910 is an upgraded version of the TBM 900, which first appeared on the European charter market in 2017. This single-engine turboprop is capable of taking off and landing on very short runways, giving it an excellent range.

It differs from other Daher models with its new Garmin G1000 NXi cockpit, providing pilots with advanced technology

Daher Socata TBM 850 aircraft
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The Socata TBM 850 is a high-performance single-engine aircraft designed to give pilots the cruise speed advantages typical of a light jet, but with more economical operating costs than a single-engine turboprop. It replaced the earlier TBM 700 in 2006. It is the world's fastest single-engine turboprop with a maximum cruise speed of 592 km/h and an altitude ceiling of 9,449 meters.

AdamJet A700 aircraft
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The Adam A700, formerly known as the A700 AdamJet, is a light business jet with twin turbofan engines designed to carry two pilots and five passengers to a range of 1,100 nautical miles (2,000 kilometers).

AdamJet A500 aircraft
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The Adam A500 was designed and manufactured by Adam Aircraft Industries as a six-seat twin-engine civil aircraft. The twin-boom aircraft first took to the skies on July 11, 2002 and features a two-stroke configuration and two powerful Continental TSIO-550E piston engines. Production was completed with a total of seven aircraft built.

Airbus ACJ380 aircraft
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The aerospace company Airbus offers an amazing range of business jets - the so-called Airbus Corporate Jets - that provide maximum comfort. This large family of private jets starts with the smallest versions or narrow fuselages: the Airbus ACJ318, ACJ319, ACJ320 and ACJ321, used mainly as business jets. The Airbus ACJ380 is a widebody aircraft that offers more space and freedom of movement on board.

Airbus A330-200F aircraft
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The Airbus A330-200F is a medium- to long-range cargo jet. It is an upgraded version of the A300 with a larger payload and longer range. Like other Airbus cargo planes, it is well suited for palletized cargo transportation.

Airbus A310-300F aircraft
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Long-haul Airbus A310 was developed by the European aircraft manufacturing concern Airbus Industrie on the basis of the Airbus A300 model and differed from it by a shorter fuselage, modernized landing gear and tail fins.

The basic modifications of the airbus are A310-200 (basic model) and A310-300 (with additional fuel tanks and increased takeoff weight). Airbus A310 was produced in passenger, cargo (A310-200F and A310-300F) and convertible (A310-300C) versions. There are also several military modifications.

The last Airbus A310 was produced in 1998. Totally 255 aircrafts were built.

Airbus A300-A600F aircraft
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A medium-range passenger aircraft developed by the Airbus Industrie consortium. The aircraft is a modification of the original model A300-600 with a longer range. The Airbus Industrie consortium began its development in 1985. To increase range, it placed an additional fuel tank of 6150 liters in the horizontal tail. With the help of this tank and fuel transfer system is possible to control aircraft balancing in flight (first such system was used in the aircraft A310-300). The first flight of the A300-600R (powered by General Electric CF6-80C2A5 engines) was made on December 9, 1987.

Avro Business Jet aircraft
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The Avro Business Jet is a modification based on the BAe 146. This aircraft retains the unique features of the 146, such as four low-noise turbojet engines and short takeoff and landing capability. The interior layout has undergone changes and is now a large cabin for senior executives and a separate business class cabin with 12 seats for support staff.

Beechcraft Hawker Horizon aircraft
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The Hawker 4000, originally known as the Hawker Horizon, is an ultra-midsize business jet developed by Hawker Beechcraft (formerly Raytheon Aircraft Company).

The Hawker 4000 is being certified in accordance with FAA FAR Part 25 standards, which set a five-year timeframe for certification of the new transport category aircraft. The 4000 completed performance and reliability tests on May 25, 2006. However, because the five-year period set forth in Part 25 expired on May 31, 2006, the company filed a request for an extension to prevent the possibility that the certification program would have to be restarted from the beginning . On November 21, 2006, the company announced that the 4000 had received FAA type certification.

Beechcraft Hawker 800B aircraft
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The Hawker 800 is a medium-sized twin-engine corporate jet. It is a development of the British Aerospace BAe 125 and is currently being assembled by Hawker Beechcraft.

The Hawker 800 is a derivative of the de Havilland 125. The British Aerospace Council authorized a program to improve the then widely sold BAe 125 700 series in April 1981. By May 1983 the new aircraft was ready for its first test flight. 

Beechcraft Hawker 400XP aircraft
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The Hawker 400 / 400XP is a light business jet that offers versatility, low operating costs and comfort in one package. The Hawker 400XP offers the spaciousness and sophistication of a much larger aircraft at light jet prices. This twin-engine private business jet is powered by Pratt & Whitney engines that provide cruising speeds up to 450 mph, making it one of the fastest light business jets in its class. The Hawker 400XP can comfortably travel at 45,000 feet and offers a range of up to 1,465 nautical miles.

Beechcraft King Air 90 aircraft
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The King Air C90GTx is a whole new world of flying, offering impressive King Air performance combined with comfort. This versatile workhorse has more range and payload due to features such as composite wings, boom propellers, and dual aft straps. The King Air C90GTx is sure to become your new favorite airplane.

Number of seats for 7 passengers and crew of 2 pilots

Maximum range - 2920 km

Maximum cruising speed - 495 km/h

Boeing Business Jet 3 aircraft
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The BBJ 3 is a versatile model, as owners can easily convert the cabin according to their needs. Thus, Boeing Business Jet 3 can carry from 8 to 100 passengers, depending on the cabin modification. The aircraft has an increased flight range compared to its predecessors, as well as a large cabin area. The airliner is often used in business aviation.

Boeing Business Jet 2 aircraft
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The BBJ 2, announced in October 1999, is based on the Boeing 737-800. The new model has a cabin length of 29.9 m and a width of 3.5 m. The cabin area is 25% larger than that of the BBJ and is 93.3 m2. The airliner provides maximum space for comfortable seating of up to 50 passengers.

Boeing Business Jet (BBJ) aircraft
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The Boeing Business Jet series are variants of Boeing airliners for the corporate jet market , originally the 737 series airliners. This aircraft usually accommodates 25 to 50 passengers in a luxury configuration. It can be a master bedroom, toilet with shower, conference/dining room and lounge. The Boeing Business Jet is a 50/50 partnership between Boeing Commercial Airplanes and General Electric.

The BBJ or, less frequently, BBJ1 is based on the 737-700 and was the basis for the 737-700ER. It was the original variant.

Learjet 85 aircraft
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With all the legendary features of a true Learjet, the Learjet 85 has a more spacious and comfortable cockpit than modern jets in the midsize category, with a true two-key layout.
The new Learjet 85 is equipped with the latest technology. Cockpit design and technology developed by Vision Flight Deck.
The new generation Pratt Whitney Canada PW307B engines will provide optimum performance and operating economy while maintaining low noise and emissions.
Maximum operating altitude is 49,000 feet (14,935 m).
Maximum range of 3,000 nautical miles (5,556 km).
Passengers: up to 8 + 2.

Learjet 75 aircraft
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The Learjet 75 is the latest development of the Learjet by aircraft manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace. The light business jet is presented in the run-up to the business jets projected by Bombardier. These models will be equipped with new avionics, winglets and powerful engines that consume less fuel. This is the newly developed Learjet 75 business jet.

With its high cruising speed, state-of-the-art avionics and refined interior, every flight is inspiring. Its extended range and performance allows four passengers to take off at 2,040 nautical miles at Mach 0.78, nonstop connecting Frankfurt and Cairo or Chicago and San Juan. Its 51,000-foot (15,455-meter) operating ceiling saves you from airborne turbulence and delays due to low-altitude congestion. And the new cockpit design allows you to do it all in the utmost comfort.

Learjet 70 aircraft
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The Learjet 70 is the latest development of Learjet by aircraft manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace. The light business jet is introduced ahead of the business jets Bombardier predicts recovery: these models will be equipped with new avionics, winglets and powerful engines that consume less fuel. It's a refined beauty. This is the Learjet 70 business jet.

Inspiring and innovative, its intelligent craftsmanship and brilliant technology set it apart from other light jets. It takes seven passengers from Moscow to Casablanca, Chicago to Mexico City or Singapore to Hong Kong in a single flight. Soars quickly to 51,000 feet above commercial traffic routes. Cruising at a high speed of Mach 0.81. And all this in a spacious cabin designed with your needs in mind. The Learjet 70 business jet is a business tool that opens doors to new opportunities. It represents cutting-edge technology that connects people with people, places and passions.

Learjet 60XR aircraft
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The Learjet 60 is a Canadian business jet manufactured by Bombardier Aerospace in Wichita, Kansas. In 2005, the company launched a new variant, designated the Learjet 60 XR, and after certification in 2005, deliveries began in 2007. The new 60 XR has an upgraded cockpit, new avionics and other improvements.

A distinctive feature of this aircraft is its climb time. This aircraft can gain altitude faster than most other aircraft, which makes it very impressive.

Britten-Norman Islander aircraft
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Easily adaptable, versatile and durable, the Britten Norman Islander has the rare ability to simply and economically solve transportation problems in the harshest environments. With ten seats, two engines and a design designed for ease of operation, the machine's commercial load level is superb. The aircraft is currently used on the world's shortest scheduled flights.

Cessna 850 Citation Columbus aircraft
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The Cessna Citation Columbus is the last of the Cessna Citation family of business jets. Columbus has one of the largest monitors in the cockpit. Among other things, the cockpit is equipped with 3D spatial perception system (synthetic vision system), weather radar and windshear prediction.

Cessna Citation Longtitude aircraft
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The Cessna Citation Longtitude is a definite breakthrough and an obvious innovation in the super-midsize jet category. With a range of up to 6,482 km, an altitude of up to 13,716 m and a speed of 907 km/h, the Citation Longitude displays a performance that is far superior to other aircraft in this category. And that's not the only thing that's impressive. It also demonstrates new standards of technology, convenience and comfort for business aviation travel.

Cessna F406 Caravan II aircraft
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The Cessna 406 Caravan II is a twin-engine turboprop aircraft produced and designed by Reims Aviation in France in collaboration with Cessna. A development of the Cessna 404 with two Pratt & Whitney PT-6 turboprops, it is similar to the sealed Cessna 441. The airplane first flew on September 22, 1983.

Capacity 12 passengers, 1 pilot crew

The maximum range is 2135 km

The maximum cruise speed is 260 km/h

Cessna Citation XLS aircraft
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The XLS is a new version of the Citation Excel, capable of flying further and faster than its predecessors. In 2008, the XLS+ introduced a number of innovations. This aircraft has the longest range of any ultra-light Excel jet and is capable of flying more than 3,500 kilometers non-stop.

Cirrus SR-22 aircraft
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The Cirrus SR22 single-engine piston airplane is the undisputed favorite among general aviation aircraft in its class. For five years in a row, the SR22 has been Cirrus Design's best-seller and the best-selling four-seat AON aircraft in the world.

Depending on its modification, it can seat 4 to 5 passengers, including one pilot, which is very similar to the Cirrus SR20, the model on which this aircraft was based.

Dassault Falcon 900 LX aircraft
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The Falcon 900LX stands apart at the top of its category of widebody jets and probably should even have a category of its own, because it would be unfair to compare the competition with it. Not only does the Falcon 900LX look great on the outside, but it has incredible efficiency, safety, performance, versatility and range.

Dassault Falcon 900 EX aircraft
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The Dassault Falcon 900 is a French-built corporate jet produced by Dassault Aviation. It and its larger brother, the Falcon 7X, are the only trijets produced. Both aircraft are notable for their central S-channel engines.

The Falcon 900EX is an extended range version, with TFE731-60 22.24 kN (5,000 lb-ft) engines and more fuel to provide a range of 8,340 km (5,180 miles). Improved avionics. Put into service in 1996.

Dassault Falcon 900 DX aircraft
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The Falcon 900DX can be considered a three-engine upgrade of the discontinued Falcon 50. It was launched in 2005 and uses the same wings as its predecessors, but has a wider, longer fuselage and a cabin of the same size as the Falcon 7X, the flagship of Dassault's Falcon line.

The DX, despite being in the super-large category, as opposed to the long-range category, can easily fly from Paris to Chicago and maintain an impressive cruising speed of 878 km/h. It has an excellent cabin, divided into three separate zones, accommodating up to 13 passengers and 7 comfortable beds.

Dassault Falcon 900 aircraft
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The Dassault Falcon 900 is a French-built corporate jet produced by Dassault Aviation. It and its larger brother, the Falcon 7X, are the only trijets produced. Both aircraft are notable for their S-channel central engine.

The Falcon 900B is an upgraded production version from 1991. Powered by 21.13 kN (4,750 lbf) TFE731-5BR-1C engines.

The Falcon 900 is a development of the Falcon 50, which in turn is a development of the earlier Falcon 20. The Falcon 900 design incorporates composite materials. Enhanced models include the Falcon 900B with improved engines and increased range, and the Falcon 900EX with further improvements in engines, range and an all-glass cockpit.

Diamond DA42 Twinstar aircraft
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A very popular airplane for short flights as an air cab. The Diamond DA42 is also used for island-hopping in tourist destinations like the Caribbean. Made mainly of composite materials, the DA42 is equipped with diesel engines or Austro engines - it is the first aircraft to fly publicly using fuel from seaweed.

Eclipse 500 aircraft
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The Eclipse 500 as "the world's only certified twin-engine ultra-light jet" is a small, six-seat business jet that was produced by Eclipse Aviation . The aircraft is equipped with two lightweight Pratt & Whitney Canada PW610F turbofan engines in the aft fuselage nacelles.

Embraer Phenom 300 aircraft
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The Embraer Phenom 300 is a light jet developed by the Brazilian aircraft manufacturing company Embraer. It can carry 8 or 9 passengers with a range of 1971 nautical miles. It is priced at $8.14 million in 2010 economic conditions, with a production date of 2009. The plane has a flexible configuration that accommodates up to nine people, with a private restroom in the rear of the cabin, a seating center and a baggage storage area. At 45,000 feet, the Phenom 300 can handle up to 6,000 feet of cabin pressure. The aircraft is equipped with single-point refueling and an externally serviced lavatory. On December 14, 2009, it received an FAA type certificate.

Embraer Phenom 100 aircraft
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The Phenom 100 is an ultralight jet developed by Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer. 

The aircraft is powered by two Pratt & Whitney Canada PW617-F turbofan engines, mounted in the rear of the aircraft, with a takeoff thrust of 1,695 pounds according to ISA + 10. The engines have dual full digital engine control (FADEC). The automatic performance reserve (APR) feature increases engine output to 1,777 pounds in the event of an engine failure on takeoff.

It can be said that luxurious comfort, low operating costs and high performance make the Embraer Phenom 100 a serious aircraft, despite its entry-level category.

Embraer Lineage 1000 aircraft
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The Embraer Lineage 1000 is a variant of the Embraer 190 regional jet, launched as a private jet on May 2, 2006. Produced by Brazilian aerospace company Embraer, it is an "ultra-large" business jet with 19 comfortable seats.

The biggest change to the Lineage 1000 is the added fuel tanks in the lower deck cargo compartment, nearly doubling the aircraft's range, which also boasts a luxurious interior divided into 5 sections, including an extra bedroom, a toilet with running water and a cargo compartment in the rear hour

Embraer Legacy 650 aircraft
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Embraer Legacy 650 is an administrative type aircraft produced by the Brazilian aircraft manufacturing company Embraer.
The development of Embraer Legacy 650 was based on the model Legacy 600, but the distinctive feature of the aircraft is the ability to make longer flights (maximum flight range of 7200 kilometers).


Epic Victory aircraft
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The Epic Victory is an American light jet developed by Epic Aircraft Corporation in 2007, but due to the bankruptcy of the company it was subsequently produced by the Chinese aircraft manufacturing company China Aviation Industry General Aircraft (CAIGA). The aircraft made its maiden flight on July 6, 2007.

The Epic Victory can accommodate from 4 to 5 people, including also one pilot, which ultimately depends on the configuration of the cabin. The rather cramped interior space is compensated by the good design offered by the aircraft manufacturers, and depending on the needs, the customer can offer his own layout and styling of the cabin.

Grob G180 SPn aircraft
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Grob G180 SPn is an administrative type aircraft produced by the German aircraft manufacturer "Grob Aircraft" since 2006.

The maximum distance the plane can fly is 3,425 kilometers, which fully meets the requirements, but experts point out that the cost of the aircraft remains very high, which in turn may be a reason for the low demand for the aircraft. Grob G180 SPn.

 

Grob SPn Utility Jet aircraft
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The aircraft is unpretentious about the size and quality of the runway. The use of modern lightweight materials for the hull and solid landing gear allows takeoff from a runway of about 900 meters.
Also one of the differences is the increased capacity of fuel tanks due to their placement in the wings. This design allows for a greater flight range as compared to its "peers".

Gulfstream IVSP aircraft
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The aircraft was developed by the American company Gulfstream Aerospace for corporate and business flights. Thanks to its intercontinental range, the IVSP easily crosses oceans and continents. It was the IVSP that set new standards in business aviation. Quality of materials, low noise level, reliability and flight performance have enabled the IVSP to take the lead in the segment of long-haul business jets.

Gulfstream IISP aircraft
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The upgraded Gulfstream Aerospace II-SP (Special Performance) replaces the previous Gulfstream II model on the production line. Compared to the previous airliner in this line, the Gulfstream Aerospace II-SP is equipped with a more powerful engine, 2 x Garrett GTCP 36-6. The design and comfort level of the cabin meets international requirements for increased comfort. 

Gulfstream III aircraft
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The Gulfstream III, a business jet produced by Gulfstream Aerospace, is an all-weather, long-range, high-speed aircraft equipped with two Rolls-Royce Spey turbofan engines with thrust reversers.

The Gulfstream III was built in Savannah, Georgia, USA, and was designed as an improved version of the Grumman Gulfstream II. The wingspan was increased by six feet and five-foot wings were added, and the fuselage was lengthened with an additional two-foot section behind the main door and an extended, reshaped fairing. The Gulfstream III also had a new curved windshield, cockpit instrumentation and autopilot were replaced, and maximum takeoff weight was increased.

Gulfstream II aircraft
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The Gulfstream II is a twin-engine corporate transport aircraft with up to 14 passengers, equipped with two Rolls-Royce Spey RB.168 Mk 511-8 turbofans. 258 built. A modified version with tank tips.

HondaJet HA-420 aircraft
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The Honda HA-420 business jet is one of Honda's most striking projects, developed under the personal direction of CEO Michimasa Fujino. It is a light jet that is famous for its high fuel efficiency and maximum safety, but at the same time develops one of the highest speeds in its class. Another advantage of the aircraft is the level of comfort. It is ensured by perfect ergonomics and excellent noise insulation of the cabin and smooth running.

Israel IAI-1124 Westwind II aircraft
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The Westwind was originally developed in the United States by Aero Commander as a development of its twin-propeller aircraft of the same name, which first flew on January 2, 1963 as the Aero Commander 1121 Jet Commander. It was a conventional business jet with two engines mounted in nacelles at the rear of the fuselage. However, the wings were mounted in the middle of the fuselage instead of the typical low-slung wing of this class of aircraft. After successful tests the plane was put into series production, deliveries to customers began in early 1965.

Mitsubishi MU-300 aircraft
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The Mitsubishi MU-300 DIAMOND 1A is a low-flying, pressurized fuselage with a tricycle retractable landing gear; Powered by two TURBOFAN JT15D-4D engines mounted on each side of the tail section of the fuselage.

In standard configuration, the aircraft can accommodate up to seven / eight passengers in addition to a crew of two pilots, a captain and a co-pilot.

Mooney M20V aircraft
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For the first major upgrade in more than a decade, Mooney completely redesigned its flagship aircraft. It now has an elegant cockpit, impeccable ergonomics and a radically redesigned interior. Not a single switch, socket or control has escaped scrutiny, as evidenced by keys such as the USB jacks and the center console for the keyboard, side controls and lighting. Beneath its striking livery, a one-piece composite body around the cockpit replaces overlapping sheet metal and optimizes its sleek aesthetic and laminar-clad wings. And the doors (now included on the driver's side) have been widened another four inches to provide unprecedented entry and exit.

Mooney M20U aircraft
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The current version of the Mooney M20U with the Ultra add-on is a more extensive refinement. The biggest innovation is the pilot's door, for which the Mooney engineers had to strap a tubular structure to the front of the fuselage. From the rear seats back, the fuselage is still constructed of aluminum, riveted in the traditional way.

Nextant G90XT aircraft
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Nextant Aerospace is preparing to open the order book for its twin-engine turboprop G90XT. The aircraft passed FAA certification last year. It is a rebuilt and completely modernized Beechcraft King Air C90 series, an aircraft that has been around in one form or another since 1964 and is still produced by Textron Aviation.

Nextant 400 XT aircraft
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The Nextant 400XT Small Jet has been produced by Nextant since 2012 and is currently in production. The cabin measures 15.5 feet long, 4.9 feet wide and 4.8 feet high, giving a total cabin volume of 362 cubic feet, making it comfortable for 7 passengers, with a maximum configuration of 7 seats.

The luggage compartment can hold up to 8.0 bags, based on your average luggage space of less than 5 cubic feet. The Nextant 400XT has a maximum range (not including headwinds, high altitude, high temperatures or higher power) of 2,365 miles and a top speed of 516 mph.

Piaggio Avanti P180 II aircraft
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The Piaggio P.180 Avanti is one of the world's fastest turboprops, designed for business aviation. The turboprop "push" system, allows flight at speeds comparable to those of jets and reduces engine noise in the cockpit by about 30%. The aircraft is equipped with the latest developments in digital navigation and flight control systems.

Pilatus PC-24 aircraft
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The PC-24 is simply unique. It is the only aircraft that combines the versatility of a turboprop with the cabin size of a medium-light jet and the characteristics of a light jet. It is an airplane that simply does not fit into any existing business jet category.

Pilatus PC-12 aircraft
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The Pilatus PC-12 NG has earned a reputation for outstanding versatility, performance, reliability and operational flexibility. It is one of the most popular turbine-powered business jets. What's more, customers find the perfect balance of features, whether it's a large cockpit, single-pilot capability, long range, low operating costs and high speed, to meet their needs in the PC-12 NG. It provides two crew seats and six executive chairs with built-in cabinets and tables.

Number of seats for 6 passengers and crew 1 pilot

Maximum range - 4149 km

Maximum cruising speed - 500 km/h

Piper М500 aircraft
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Piper launched the six-seat turboprop M600, where, for the first time in an aircraft of this class, it put passenger buttons. The idea is that if the pilot suddenly becomes ill, when this button is pressed, the plane will automatically turn to the nearest airfield equipped with an automatic approach system and land there in fully automatic mode.

Piper М500 aircraft
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American turboprop business jet M500. The new business jet has a seating capacity of up to six passengers and is powered by a Pratt & Whitney PT6A-42A 500 horsepower engine. It can reach a cruising speed of 260 knots and go about 1,000 nautical miles without refueling. It is equipped with advanced onboard electronics with GFC700 autopilot support.

Piper PA34 Seneca aircraft
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The Seneca was designed as a twin-engine version of the Piper Cherokee 6. The prototype was the Cherokee 6, which had engines built into the wing, keeping its engine in the nose. During the initial stages of the flight test program, the prototype flew as a three-engine airplane.

Piper PA31 Navajo aircraft
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The Piper PA-31 Navajo was developed by Piper Aircraft of America in the mid-1960s for local airlines, private use, and corporate charters. An extended version of the aircraft called the Chieftain appeared in 1973.

The plane was mass-produced until the mid-1980s. More than 3,500 copies were made.

Quest Kodiak 100 aircraft
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The Quest Kodiak is an American multi-purpose single-engine aircraft designed in 2004 by the Quest Aircraft Company.
The Quest Kodiak multi-purpose aircraft is a short takeoff and landing aircraft, which makes it possible to use this aircraft in places where the construction of a long runway is impossible or impractical for some reason. 
The Quest Kodiak can carry 10 people, including one pilot and nine passengers.

Spectrum 33 aircraft
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Spectrum 33 is a light administrative aircraft produced since 2009 by Spectrum Aeronautical, USA. 

Depending on customer requirements, the cabin can be designed in four basic layouts combining different styles, with the option to customize the cabin according to customer requirements.

The power plant of the S-33 Independence includes two FJ33-4A-19 turbofan engines, each capable of developing 6.7 kN of thrust. This gives the aircraft a top speed of 790 km/h and also allows it to cover distances of up to 3700 km.

In addition to a single pilot, the aircraft can also accommodate up to nine passengers (depending on the aircraft layout), which is quite acceptable, especially considering the fact that the aircraft is still positioned as a light turbojet.

Sukhoi Business Jet aircraft
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Sukhoi Business Jet is the Russian aircraft manufacturer's answer to Airbus and Embraer business airliners. Today SBJ is the most modern corporate business aircraft. It combines state-of-the-art technology, a high level of passenger comfort, while its cost characteristics are comparable to those of a standard corporate aircraft.

Sino Swearingen SJ30-2 aircraft
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The SJ30, now owned by SyberJet Aircraft, is one of the fastest light jets available for lease. The aircraft is something of an anomaly among light jets: it has a transcontinental range and a maximum cruising speed of 828 km/h. The SJ 30-2 is also very economical at high speeds, offering a cost-effective hourly charter rate.

Seats 6 passengers and requires 2 crew pilots

Maximum range - 4635 km

Israel IAI-1124 Westwind II aircraft
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The Westwind was originally developed in the United States by Aero Commander as a development of its twin-propeller aircraft of the same name, which first flew on January 2, 1963 as the Aero Commander 1121 Jet Commander. It was a conventional business jet with two engines mounted in nacelles at the rear of the fuselage. However, the wings were mounted in the middle of the fuselage instead of the typical low-slung wing of this class of aircraft. After successful tests the plane was put into series production, deliveries to customers began in early 1965.

Dornier 328Jet aircraft
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The Do.328JET is a short-haul passenger aircraft for local airlines, developed by the German firm Dornier (part of the Fairchiald Group) based on the turboprop passenger aircraft Do.328-120. The aircraft is equipped with a Honeywell Primus 2000 digital avionics system with five color multifunctional displays.

McDonnell Douglas DC-8-72 aircraft
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The Douglas DC-8 was a four-engine jet airliner produced from 1958 to 1972. The DC-8-72 was a direct conversion of the -62 models, replacing the JT3D engines with CFM56-2 turbofan engines with a large 22,144 lb-ft (98.5 kN) bypass in new bodies built by Grumman. The maximum takeoff weight remained the same, but there was a slight reduction in payload. The model was certified in 1982.

Beechcraft Hawker Horizon aircraft
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The Hawker 4000, originally known as the Hawker Horizon, is an ultra-midsize business jet developed by Hawker Beechcraft (formerly Raytheon Aircraft Company).

The Hawker 4000 is being certified in accordance with FAA FAR Part 25 standards, which set a five-year timeframe for certification of the new transport category aircraft. The 4000 completed performance and reliability tests on May 25, 2006. However, because the five-year period set forth in Part 25 expired on May 31, 2006, the company filed a request for an extension to prevent the possibility that the certification program would have to be restarted from the beginning . On November 21, 2006, the company announced that the 4000 had received FAA type certification.

Beechcraft Hawker 800B aircraft
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The Hawker 800 is a medium-sized twin-engine corporate jet. It is a development of the British Aerospace BAe 125 and is currently being assembled by Hawker Beechcraft.

The Hawker 800 is a derivative of the de Havilland 125. The British Aerospace Council authorized a program to improve the then widely sold BAe 125 700 series in April 1981. By May 1983 the new aircraft was ready for its first test flight. 

Beechcraft Hawker 400XP aircraft
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The Hawker 400 / 400XP is a light business jet that offers versatility, low operating costs and comfort in one package. The Hawker 400XP offers the spaciousness and sophistication of a much larger aircraft at light jet prices. This twin-engine private business jet is powered by Pratt & Whitney engines that provide cruising speeds up to 450 mph, making it one of the fastest light business jets in its class. The Hawker 400XP can comfortably travel at 45,000 feet and offers a range of up to 1,465 nautical miles.

Learjet 85 aircraft
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With all the legendary features of a true Learjet, the Learjet 85 has a more spacious and comfortable cockpit than modern jets in the midsize category, with a true two-key layout.
The new Learjet 85 is equipped with the latest technology. Cockpit design and technology developed by Vision Flight Deck.
The new generation Pratt Whitney Canada PW307B engines will provide optimum performance and operating economy while maintaining low noise and emissions.
Maximum operating altitude is 49,000 feet (14,935 m).
Maximum range of 3,000 nautical miles (5,556 km).
Passengers: up to 8 + 2.

Learjet 75 aircraft
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The Learjet 75 is the latest development of the Learjet by aircraft manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace. The light business jet is presented in the run-up to the business jets projected by Bombardier. These models will be equipped with new avionics, winglets and powerful engines that consume less fuel. This is the newly developed Learjet 75 business jet.

With its high cruising speed, state-of-the-art avionics and refined interior, every flight is inspiring. Its extended range and performance allows four passengers to take off at 2,040 nautical miles at Mach 0.78, nonstop connecting Frankfurt and Cairo or Chicago and San Juan. Its 51,000-foot (15,455-meter) operating ceiling saves you from airborne turbulence and delays due to low-altitude congestion. And the new cockpit design allows you to do it all in the utmost comfort.

Learjet 70 aircraft
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The Learjet 70 is the latest development of Learjet by aircraft manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace. The light business jet is introduced ahead of the business jets Bombardier predicts recovery: these models will be equipped with new avionics, winglets and powerful engines that consume less fuel. It's a refined beauty. This is the Learjet 70 business jet.

Inspiring and innovative, its intelligent craftsmanship and brilliant technology set it apart from other light jets. It takes seven passengers from Moscow to Casablanca, Chicago to Mexico City or Singapore to Hong Kong in a single flight. Soars quickly to 51,000 feet above commercial traffic routes. Cruising at a high speed of Mach 0.81. And all this in a spacious cabin designed with your needs in mind. The Learjet 70 business jet is a business tool that opens doors to new opportunities. It represents cutting-edge technology that connects people with people, places and passions.

Learjet 60XR aircraft
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The Learjet 60 is a Canadian business jet manufactured by Bombardier Aerospace in Wichita, Kansas. In 2005, the company launched a new variant, designated the Learjet 60 XR, and after certification in 2005, deliveries began in 2007. The new 60 XR has an upgraded cockpit, new avionics and other improvements.

A distinctive feature of this aircraft is its climb time. This aircraft can gain altitude faster than most other aircraft, which makes it very impressive.

Every year, the services offered by business aviation to its customers are becoming more and more in demand. Such popularity is due to the fact that it offers a high level of service, complete customer focus and allows you to quickly and comfortably get to anywhere in Europe and the world. So, for example, every client who decides to fly on a business jet gets the opportunity to choose an aircraft that will fully meet his standards of comfort, safety and reliability. We can arrange a flight to any country in Europe or the world, as well as select a private jet that fully meets all your needs.

 

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Differences between business jets and civil aviation aircraft

Aircraft belonging to the class of business aviation are called business jets, and even in the design process, they are created in such a way as to be operated by one or more passengers. In this regard, these aircraft are not used to carry out passenger transportation on regular civil aviation flights, but fly with a small number of VIP passengers, performing their individual flights. These aircraft are distinguished by an increased level of safety, as they are equipped with the most advanced and high-tech control systems and avionics.

For increased comfort of passengers while in the air, business jets have ergonomic cabins, comfortable and modern furniture, stylish interiors, as well as satellite high-speed Internet connection, telephony and other VIP features. Thanks to this, inside, these boards can act as a full-fledged office for work, preparation for business negotiations, or become a very convenient place for rest and leisure. If necessary and at the request of the client, the aircraft ordered by him can have the most modern office equipment, separate offices or bedrooms, and even conference rooms.

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Thanks to all the advantages listed above, as well as the possibility of a prompt flight to anywhere in Europe, business jets are actively used by politicians, leading businessmen, the sports elite, media representatives of society, as well as the creative beau monde. It is worth noting that business aviation aircraft today are not only efficient and reliable means of transportation but also an important indicator of a person’s status, on which success directly depends on business negotiations or meetings with future investors and partners. Thus, we can say that the most important features of business jets that distinguish them from passenger aircraft include:

 

  • the aircraft has the most modern and high-tech technical equipment;
  • ensuring the highest possible level of passenger safety during the flight;
  • modern and most thoughtful interior trim, in which there are solutions developed by eminent designers and engineers;
  • the presence in the cabin of areas for recreation, work, kitchen, bathroom and showers;
  • at the request of the client, he will be provided with access to high-speed Internet and multimedia;
  • the ability to take off and land aircraft at private small airfields;
  • flights can be carried out to hard-to-reach points of the globe.

 

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Popular types of business aviation aircraft

European Private Jets is ready to offer its customers the organization of flights on business jets of various types and types. Today, our company's air fleet has more than 9,000 aircraft of various types, which allows customers to choose an aircraft that will fully meet all their requests and needs. We can select various types of business jets for you:

 

  • Turboprops. This category of business aviation includes aircraft equipped with turboprop engines and ergonomic passenger cabins designed for a comfortable flight. Due to the relatively short flight range of 2,500 kilometres, turboprops can be used for regional flights, cargo transportation, as well as tourist flights aimed at getting to know the sights from a new angle for the tourist. An important feature of these aircraft is that they can take off and land even on grass runways and do not require large airfields with concrete pavements. The aircraft is capable of taking on board up to 6 passengers and its rental will be relevant in the case when it is necessary to obtain flexibility in movement, as well as economy.
  • Light business jets. These boards will be an excellent solution when you need to organize a flight of up to 8 people over a distance of up to 3,000 thousand kilometres. Unlike the previous category of aircraft, business jets belonging to light aircraft are equipped with a turbine, thanks to which they can reach a maximum speed of up to 600 kilometres per hour. For their relatively small size and ergonomic passenger compartment, these aircraft were previously called micro-jets. Despite the presence of a relatively small passenger cabin in ships of this type, they are equipped with everything necessary to make the passenger feel as comfortable as possible while in the air. Renting a light business jet is an excellent solution when you need to quickly and comfortably transport a delegation for negotiations, a corporate flight or an international visit to a company director.
  • Medium business jets. Aircraft belonging to this category of business aviation are distinguished by an increased level of comfort and the ability to take on board up to 9 passengers. At the same time, medium-sized aircraft are capable of reaching a speed of 900 kilometres per hour and covering a distance of up to 4,000 kilometres without refuelling. Thanks to this, four-hour air flights to various European cities can be carried out on these boards. An important feature of these aircraft is a large luggage compartment, which allows you to carry not only passengers but also bulk cargo.
  • Medium range business jets. Aircraft of this class have a number of qualities and characteristics inherent in aircraft designed for long-haul flights, but at the same time allow customers to receive significant cost savings associated with the lease of this aircraft. They are capable of speeds up to 900 kilometres per hour and fly up to 7,000 kilometres without refuelling. All models of this class have a spacious and comfortable cabin, thanks to which they are able to carry up to 10 passengers who will receive a full level of service offered by business aviation.
  • Long haul business jets. At its core, aircraft of this class are heavy aircraft that offer customers all the possibilities of private aviation. They are able to take on board up to 20 passengers, reach speeds of up to 90 kilometres per hour and cover a distance of up to 10,000 kilometres. Each long-haul aircraft is equipped with advanced equipment, for example, due to the special layout of the cabin, as well as the use of high-quality soundproofing materials, passengers during the flight will not hear the sound of running engines, which will allow them to work or rest with the maximum level of comfort.
  • Large business jets. These aircraft are specially used by business aviation for long-haul flights, as they are able to cover more than 12,000 kilometres without refuelling. While in the air, they are able to reach speeds of up to 950 kilometres per hour and take on board about 20 passengers. To ensure maximum passenger comfort, the aircraft can have sleeping rooms in the cabin, as well as offices for working or negotiating with work colleagues. Thanks to this, each passenger receives everything necessary for comfortable work or leisure.
  • Business liners. These are large business jets made on the basis of large passenger, long-haul aircraft. As a rule, they are able to take on board up to 30 passengers and are designed for long, including inter-Atlantic flights. Each cabin of such an aircraft has a modern and high-quality finish, including the use of design elements, entertainment areas, full-fledged bedrooms, and a place to eat. The crew of such an aircraft includes not only a crew with a flight attendant but also up to five flight attendants. This is the most expensive type of aircraft in business aviation.
  • Medical business jets. Such aircraft are designed to carry out medical flights of clients for treatment and medical evacuation. Aircraft of this type are equipped with modern medical equipment, which allows not only to monitor the patient's condition during the flight but also to provide him with all the necessary assistance. It should also be noted that the team of such flights includes a team of experienced and highly qualified doctors who will monitor the patient throughout the flight.
  • Freight. Business aviation is ready not only to offer its customers a flight to anywhere in the world but will also take care of all the hassle associated with the transportation of exclusive, fragile and especially valuable cargo. Most often, specialized aircraft Il-76 or An-124 (Ruslan), as well as their analogues, capable of taking tons of cargo on board and having a special cargo compartment, are most often used to transport client cargo.

 

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Demanded aircraft models

The catalogue of business jets includes about 9,000 models, various types and variations of the cabin layout. There are aircraft of various years of manufacture, including the newest aircraft. We will try to take into account all your wishes, help you compare and choose the best option for your flight. Here are the most popular models of various classes in business aviation.

 

Heavy Jets

  • Airbus ACJ TwoTwenty
  • Bombardier Global: 5000, 5500, 6000, 6500, 7000, 7500 and 8000 models
  • Bombardier Global Express and XRS
  • Dassault Falcon 10X, 6X, 7X, 8X
  • Gulfstream G500, G550, G600, G650, G650, G650ER and G700 models
  • Gulfstream V

Medium Jets

  • Avro Business Jet
  • Bombardier Challenger: 600, 601, 604, 605, 650, 800 and 850 models
  • Dassault Falcon 2000, 2000DX, 2000EX, 2000LX, 2000LXS, 2000S
  • Dassault Falcon 900B, 900C, 900DX, 900EX, 900LX
  • Embraer Legacy: 600, 650, 650E
  • Gulfstream G350 and G450
  • Gulfstream III, IV, IV SP
  • Bombardier Challenger 300, 350, 3500
  • Bombardier Learjet 85
  • Cessna 850 Citation Columbus
  • Cessna Citation III
  • Cessna Citation Latitude and Longitude
  • Cessna Citation Sovereign and Sovereign +
  • Cessna Citation Ten
  • Cessna Citation VI and VII
  • Cessna Citation X and X+
  • Dassault Falcon 50 and 50EX
  • Embraer Legacy 450, 500 models
  • Embraer Praetor 500 and 600
  • Gulfstream: G150, G200, G250, G280
  • Gulfstream II
  • Hawker 1000, 4000, 700, 750, 800XP, 850XP and 900XP models
  • Learjet 60 and 60 XR
  • Westwind II

Light Jets

  • Grob G180 SPn
  • Hawker 400A and 400XP
  • Learjet 45, 45XR, 70 and 75
  • Adamjet А700
  • Beechcraft Premier 1A
  • Cessna Citation Bravo
  • Cessna Citation CJ1 and CJ1+
  • Cessna Citation CJ2 and CJ2+
  • Cessna Citation CJ3 and CJ3+
  • Cessna Citation CJ4
  • Cessna Citation Encore and Encore +
  • Cessna Citation Excel
  • Cessna Citation I and II
  • Cessna Citation M2, Mustang and Ultra
  • Cessna Citation XLS and XLS+
  • Dassault Falcon 100
  • Eclipse 500 and 550
  • Embraer Phenom 100, 100E, 100EV, 300, 300E
  • Epic Victory
  • HondaJet
  • HondaJet Elite
  • Nextant 400XTi
  • Pilatus PC-24
  • PiperJet PA-47

Turboprop private jets

  • Adamjet A500
  • Beechcraft King Air: 250, 350i, 360, 360ER, 90 models
  • Beechcraft King Air: B200, B200GT, C90GTi, C90GTx models
  • Cessna Grand Caravan EX
  • Daher Socata TBM: 850, 910, 930, 940 models
  • Gulfstream I
  • Mooney Acclaim Ultra M20V and M20U
  • Nextant G90Xt
  • Piaggio Avanti EVO
  • Pilatus PC-12 NG and NGX
  • Piper M500 and M600
  • Quest Kodiak 100

Exclusive private jets and business liners

  • Airbus ACJ380
  • Boeing BBJ: 2, 3, 7 models
  • Boeing BBJ: 747-8, 777, 777X, 787 models
  • Boeing BBJ MAX 7, 8, 9 models
  • Embraer Lineage 1000 and 1000E

If you want to get acquainted with the full catalogue of private aircraft, you can go to the corresponding section on the website.

 

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How to book a private jet ?
  • Plane1.Flight request
  • Plane2.Commercial offer
  • Plane3.Choosing an airplane or a helicopter
  • Plane4.Conclusion of the contract and payment
  • Plane5.Flight at the appointed time

 

 

Key features of different types

Before choosing the right aircraft for you, you need to consider its important features. In particular, a potential client is interested in the parameters of capacity, maximum speed, and flight range without refuelling. From this point of view, all business jets can be divided into light, medium and heavy, but there will also be several subgroups.

So the key parameters are:

  1. Light and super light - flight up to 4 hours, capacity up to 9 people, maximum speed 400-600 km/h.
  2. Medium. Flight time - up to 5 hours 30 minutes, up to 10-11 people, maximum speed up to 750 km/h, increased cabin comfort.
  3. Medium or super medium. The time in the air has been increased to 7 hours, the capacity remains about 10-11 people, the speed is also maintained at the level of 750 km h.
  4. Heavy. Flight time up to 7 hours, capacity 16-20 people, top speed about 950 km/h.
  5. Long-haul. Flight time - up to 12 hours, capacity from 6 to 20 people (depending on model and size), speed up to 950 km/h.

Given these features of different types of business jets, you can easily choose the best aircraft option for your purposes. The comparison allows you to understand which aircraft can take you to the right place without refuelling. It is also easy to determine which planes will take you to the required airport faster. Of course, along with the increase in class, the price of air transport rental also increases.

 

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World manufacturers and brands of business jets

European Private Jets is ready to offer its clients the performance of intra-European and international flights using modern aircraft equipped with the latest technology. In our catalogue, you will find top world brands such as:

  • Airbus. One of the most famous, reputable manufacturers offering vessels for both business and civil aviation. The company was able to become a world leader in the production of civil aviation boards thanks to the ACJ319 model, which is actively used by equipping it with advanced control systems and high security. For business aviation, the manufacturer also offers small, compact aircraft models, for example, the ACJ318 business jet, which has a comfortable and beautiful cabin.
  • Boeing. The world leader in the production of civil aviation aircraft has a century of history, during which he was able to develop a large number of unique aircraft models, as well as set many different records and achievements. If we talk about business aviation, then BBJ is a great success among consumers, capable of flying non-stop over distances exceeding 12,000 kilometres.
  • Bombardier. The Canadian aircraft manufacturing company was founded back in 1942 and was originally engaged in the development and production of snow removal equipment. However, today this brand firmly occupies an honourable third place among manufacturers of aircraft intended for private aviation. The company has three different lines of aircraft. The first category includes Learjet models representing small and medium-haul aircraft, the second category includes Challenger models capable of flying over medium distances. And the third category includes the Global models - powerful and comfortable long-haul boards.
  • Cessna. An aircraft manufacturer from the United States is considered one of the most famous and reputable companies engaged in the production of exclusively business jets. The list of the most famous models of this company includes the Cessna Citation X, which is a light charter aircraft capable of covering a distance of up to 5,000 kilometres, Citation XL, a small business jet for making economical flights, Citation X +, a powerful, long-range aircraft, recognized as the fastest among all models of private aviation.
  • Cirrus. This is one of the youngest manufacturers of private aviation craft, having appeared in 1984. Despite its relatively short history, this manufacturer was able to design and manufacture one of the most popular and sought-after private jets ever, the SR20s.
  • Embraer. An airline from Brazil, which is one of the best manufacturers of private jets and has delivered more than 6,000 aircraft to customers. The most popular among consumers is the Legacy model.
  • Gulfstream. An American company that manufactures aircraft for business aviation use. The company was founded in 1958 and since then has been able to develop and sell over 2,000 aircraft. At the moment, the G550, G500/G600 models produced under this brand are in the greatest demand and popularity among consumers.
  • Dassault. A French aviation brand founded in the early days of aviation in 1929. For such a long period of existence, he produced combat aircraft, worked in the aerospace field, however, the development of boards for business aviation under the Falcon brand is considered the leading direction of his activity.

 

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Booking a private jet flight

You can book an aircraft for a private flight in any way convenient for you - by phone, through the online form on the website, using a messenger or email flight@private-jet.aero leading operators and will send you the best options to choose from (usually 3-5 optimal offers). Next, we agree on the details of the selected flight or adjust the search, taking into account the new input from you.

 

 

 

Benefits of Private Jets

For business aviation customers, there are currently two different ways to use business jets to take a trip or a business trip:

  1. Make a purchase of a private aircraft, and then fly it personally or by hiring a staff of pilots. It must be said that such a purchase will be an excellent solution only for those clients who have the necessary amount to purchase a private charter, and also spend more than 500 hours a year on flights. After all, the aircraft requires significant maintenance and parking costs.
  2. Rent a private jet. At its core, this is a comprehensive service, thanks to which the client can not only fly on a business jet but also receive a number of important bonuses and benefits. So, for example, a client who has rented an aircraft has access to all the services offered by business aviation, such as expedited customs clearance, boarding using VIP terminals, as well as ordering favourite dishes and drinks from the world's best restaurants on board.

Thus, we can say with confidence that private rental is the most convenient, profitable and affordable opportunity to travel with the maximum level of comfort and at an attractive price. At the same time, giving preference to this service in our company, the client will also receive a number of important advantages:

  • High level of aircraft readiness. At the request of the client, our specialists are ready to organize a flight at any time of the day.
  • Providing a personal manager. We are ready to take on all the problems and troubles associated with the organization of the flight, and clients will be guided at all stages of cooperation by a personal manager who is able to promptly resolve any issues that arise.
  • The presence of a large aviation fleet. Our company has a catalogue, which includes more than 9,000 models of aircraft of various types and types. This allows us to offer our customers aircraft that fully meet all requests, needs and wishes.
  • Efficiency. We are ready to organize a client's flight to any city in Europe within two hours after the initial contact with our company.
  • Complete privacy. Starting cooperation, we guarantee complete confidentiality of customers while in the air, as well as in matters of concluding an agreement with our company.

 

 

The cost of 1 flight hour business jets

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Heavy Jets from 5600 € / hour
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Light Jets from 2300 € / hour
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Ultra Long Range Jet from 11000 € / hour
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Super Mid Size Jets from 5100 € / hour
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Small Jets from 1700 € / hour
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Long Range Jet from 6500 € / hour
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Mid Size Jets from 3400 € / hour
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Turboprops from 1000 € / hour

 

 

Online calculator for calculating the cost of a business jet flight

You can use an online calculator to get an instant charter quote. We will send you an offer with a detailed calculation of the flight price via e-mail or messenger. You can also send us an e-mail to clarify the flight details and ask any questions you have about the jet and booking conditions.

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Keep in mind that these figures are indicative only. Our manager will contact you as soon as possible to discuss the details of the flight and help you choose the most suitable option. Price calculation and jet search services are free and don’t impose any obligations. Experts of our company are always happy to answer all your questions and consult you on business aviation issues.

 

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