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Turboprops

European Private Jets organizes private flights on turboprop business jets. The catalog contains only a small part of the aircraft available for rent. In it, we reflected the most popular models in demand in business aviation. The full catalog includes about 9,000 aircraft of various types and classes. Our aviation consultants will be happy to help you select the best private turboprop aircraft, compare individual models and explain the benefits of each. You can ask questions by phone 8 (495) 241-17-65 or via e-mail flight@private-jet.aero

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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Piper PA-47 PiperJet aircraft
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The Piper PA-47 PiperJet is a single-engine, ultralight jet designed and built by Piper Aircraft. The 7-seat aircraft is capable of maintaining a cruising speed of 360 knots (666.7 km/h). with a maximum ceiling of 35,000 feet (10,668.0 m). A maximum range of 1,300 nautical miles (2,407.6 km) with a full fuel load of 800 lb is expected.

Piper Cheyenne aircraft
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The Piper PA-42 family of aircraft was designed to compete with the popular King Air family. The Cheyenne III was launched in 1980 and is superior to previous models, including onboard de-icing equipment, a quieter cockpit and a T-shaped tail section.

Capacity for 8 passengers, 1 pilot crew
Maximum range - 4207 km
Maximum cruising speed - 325 km/h

Piper Aztec aircraft
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The Piper Aztec was a light twin-engine American multirole aircraft produced by the Piper Aircraft Corporation between 1952 and 1981.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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 501 aircraft
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The Citation 501 has lower direct operating costs per mile than today's models, and the acquisition cost is only 20 percent of what you would pay for a similarly very light aircraft. The Citation 501 offers performance at a reasonable price when there is a definite need for a good entry-level business jet.

Seats 5 passengers and crew of 2 pilots

Maximum range - 2250 km

Maximum cruising speed - 644 km/h

Cessna 421 Golden Eagle aircraft
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Also known as the Golden Eagle, it is a very popular airplane for charter flights because of its high flying qualities and comfort on board. The sealed cockpit muffles engine noise and, combined with the increased cruising altitude, ensures a smoother flight.

Cessna 404 aircraft
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Light multipurpose aircraft Cessna 404 Titan (Cessna-404 Titan) was developed in the USA in the mid-1970s and was a development of a smaller model Cessna 402. Production of the plane continued from 1976 to 1982, 378 examples were built.

Cessna 404 was produced in passenger version Titan Ambassador, convertible cargo-passenger Titan Courier and cargo Titan Freighter.

Cessna 340 aircraft
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The Cessna 340 is an American light passenger aircraft manufactured by the Cessna Aircraft Corporation between 1971 and 1984.

Production of the Cessna 340 light aircraft was based on the earlier Cessna 310, but with a number of improvements in both design and aerodynamic performance, so that the aircraft could be used, and is still being observed, as a business aircraft.

Cessna 208 Grand Caravan aircraft
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The Cessna 208 Grand Caravan is a Prop Jet (Pratt and Whitney) aircraft designed to operate in harsh conditions and provide maximum comfort.
The plane is equipped with Pratt & Whitney Canada PT6A-114A turboprop engine with 675 hp. The Grand Caravan is an elongated version with windows and quick-convertible cabin, which could accommodate up to 14 passengers or cargo. The first flight of the plane took place in 1990.

Beechcraft Premier I aircraft
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"Premier" is the name of a family of light jets developed by Hawker Beechcraft's Beechcraft division. The family itself is quite small, consisting of the Model 390 Premier I and the recently announced Premier II. The manufacturer presents such recognizable features of this aircraft as "increased speed, spacious cabin and acceptable size." The aircraft was designed to compete with the Cessna Citation Jet line.

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

Beechcraft King Air 350 aircraft
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The Beechcraft King Air 350 surpasses its predecessor in high-caliber performance with greater payload and range. The King Air is the world's most popular business class turboprop aircraft - a title that has never been awarded simply for nothing, but has been earned over and over again, continually improving over five decades. King Air 350i. True to its legacy of innovation.

Seats 9 passengers and crew of 2 pilots

Maximum range: 3641 km

Maximum cruising speed - 487 km/h

Beechcraft King Air 300 aircraft
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The Beech Model 300 Super King Air, designed as an improved version of the Model 200 Super King Air, had been under design since August 1980 and took off in October 1981. Deliveries began in the spring of 1984. The Model 300 aircraft received a number of minor changes, including a forward-mounted leading edge on the inside of the wing, new exhaust cowls and smaller intakes for the twin-turboprop PT6A-60A powerplant.

Beechcraft King Air 200 aircraft
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The world's most popular business turboprop, the Beechcraft® King Air® 200, now features the latest touch-screen avionics technology, enhanced passenger comfort and expanded payload capabilities to carry more people to more places with unprecedented comfort. The Pro Line Fusion™ cockpit is the first full touchscreen flight display system in the world's most robust avionics architecture. The extended payload option provides increased mission flexibility. Take your King Air where it's never been before.

Seats 8 passengers and crew of 2 pilots

Maximum range - 3756 km

Maximum cruising speed - 523 km/h

Beechcraft King Air 100 aircraft
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The Beechcraft King Air 100 is a twin-engine turboprop designed as a modification of the King Air 90. The most significant changes include a larger cabin and more powerful engines, due to which the takeoff weight increases. The first King Air 100 took off as early as 1969, but thanks to numerous modifications it has little in common with today's King Air 100 models, except its name. In modern versions, the Beechcraft King Air 100 is an ultramodern propeller plane, ready to take on up to six passengers.

Beechcraft Baron 58 aircraft
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The Baron G58 is the perfect balance of power combined with peace of mind, dual engine redundancy and safety. Six seats, large cargo doors and two luggage compartments make the Baron G58 versatile for both work and pleasure.

Turboprop charter

European Private Jets provides professional services for the organization of private flights on modern, safe and comfortable turboprops. Our company cooperates with the largest and most reputable business aviation companies, which allows us to find the jets that suit all needs of our customers. You can rest assured that we will help you find and charter one of the safest and most comfortable turboprops. In addition, our managers are ready to provide a number of additional services, such as premium car transfers to the airport or hotel, booking the best hotels or personal security for the duration of your trip.

 

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Main features of turboprops

Turboprops are small, ergonomic and manoeuvrable propeller-driven business jets. Turboprop charter is an excellent solution for customers who want to quickly get to remote areas, not equipped with large airfields and extensive road networks. It is also a great option for travellers who want to enjoy all benefits of business aviation without spending a fortune. The most important feature of turboprops is that they are powered by gas-turbine engines.

Although turboprops don’t fly at high altitudes, they have many other benefits, including a high level of comfort, safety and capacity. Moreover, turboprop charter is quite affordable, and the passenger cabin meets all requirements of business aviation. Other important characteristics of turboprops are:

  1. Most turboprops can comfortably seat up to 8 passengers.
  2. The jets equipped with gas-turbine engines can cover up to 3000 km without intermediate landings and refuelling.
  3. Turboprop charter allows you to save money without sacrificing the comfort of business aviation.
  4. The technical characteristics of such models allow them to take off and land even on unequipped runways.

 

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Price of private jet charter

Due to extensive experience in business aviation, cooperation with dozens of airlines and jet owners, and smooth logistics, we can offer our customers the most favourable conditions of private jet charter. Below are the prices for the flights to the most popular destinations. However, you should understand that these figures are indicative only. For more accurate information, contact the managers of European Private Jets.

The calculations include only top business aviation destinations in Europe; however, we can make a fast price calculation and arrange a flight from any part of the world.

  • Belgium - Thailand from 80000 €
  • England - Georgia from 25000 €
  • Germany - Bali from 100000 €
  • Monaco - Norway from 15000 €
  • Switzerland - Tunisia from 17000 €
  • Italy - Kazakhstan from 30000 €
  • Sweden - Seychelles from 50000 €
  • Maldives - Courchevel from 75000 €
  • UAE - France from 35000 €
  • Oman - Monaco from 45000 €
  • Yemen - England from 46000 €
  • Israel - Switzerland from 23000 €
  • Italy - Qatar from 35000 €
  • Jordan - Germany from 20000 €
  • Turkey - Spain from 20000 €
  • Denmark - Egypt from 25000 €
  • Zanzibar - Portugal from 40000 €
  • Canary Islands - Sweden from 45000 €
  • Austria - Sri Lanka from 65000 €
  • Netherlands - Madagascar from 95000 €

 

Our company serves both international and domestic (within the EU) flights. Due to the cooperation with the local companies, we can offer you a wide variety of options: from very light to ultra-long-range heavy jets. We can arrange a flight from any part of the world (however, you need to take into consideration the specificities of the airports). Below are the prices for the flights to the most popular destinations:

  • Munich (MUC) - Palma (PMI) from 7 500 euro;
  • London (FAB) - Salzburg (SZG) from 10 000 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Basel (BSL) from 7 000 euro;
  • Paris (CDG) - Le Castellet (CTT) from 5 900 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Altenrhein (ACH) from 5 000 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Glasgow (GLA) from 12 000 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Munich (MUC) from 8 900 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Paris (LBG) from 5 500 euro;
  • Zurich (ZRH) - Monaco (MCM) from 6 000 euro;
  • Berlin (BER) - Ibiza (IBZ) from 14 500 euro;
  • Rome (CIA) - Split (SPU) from 6 000 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Zurich (ZRH) from 4 900 euro;
  • Vienna (VIE) - Saint-Tropez (LTT) from 9 500 euro;
  • Paris (CDG) - Sylt (GWT) from 8 400 euro;
  • Warsaw (WAW) - Palma (PMI) from 13 000 euro;
  • Hamburg (HAM) - Saint-Tropez (LTT) from 11 000 euro;
  • Marseille (MRS) - Dubrovnik (DBV) from 9 000 euro;
  • Milan (LIN) - Cannes (CEQ) from 4 200 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Florence (FLR) from 5 000 euro;
  • Salzburg (SZG) - Genoa (GOA) from 6 000 euro;
  • Hamburg (HAM) - Olbia (OLB) from 12 000 euro;
  • Rome (CIA) - Barcelona (BCN) from 10 000 euro;
  • Zurich (ZRH) - Girona (GRO) from 6 500 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Monaco (MCM) from 5 000 euro;
  • Rotterdam (RTM) - Figari (FSC) from 11 000 euro;
  • Stockholm (BMA) - Nice (NCE) from 14 500 euro;
  • Napoli (NAP) - Berlin (BER) from 10 500 euro;
  • Amsterdam (AMS) - Split (SPU) from 11 000 euro;
  • Zagreb (ZAG) - Saint-Tropez (LTT) from 7 000 euro;
  • Copenhagen (CPH) - Palma (PMI) from 15 000 euro;
  • Valencia (VLC) - Milan (LIN) from 11 500 euro;
  • Frankfurt (FRA) - Florence (FLR) from 7 000 euro;
  • Oslo (OSL) - Cannes (CEQ) from 14 500 euro;
  • Seville (OZP) - Nice (NCE) from 14 200 euro;
  • Helsinki (HEL) - Paris (LBG) from 15 500 euro;
  • Athens (ATH) - Florence (FLR) from 10 500 euro;
  • Riga (RIX) - Milan (LIN) from 13 000 euro;
  • Vilnius (VNO) - Geneva (GVA) from 13 000 euro;
  • Gothenburg (GOT) - Barcelona (BCN) from 15 000 euro;
  • Lyon (LYN) - Genoa (GOA) from 3 500 euro;
  • Skopje (SKP) - Zurich (ZRH) from 9 000 euro;
  • Lisbon (LIS) - Nice (NCE) from 14 500 euro;
  • Salzburg (SZG) - Westerland (GWT) from 4 900 euro;
  • Hamburg (HAM) - Westerland (GWT) from 4 500 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Westerland (GWT) from 4 900 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Dubrovnik (DBV) from 9 000 euro;
  • Vienna (VIE) - Dubrovnik (DBV) from 5 000 euro;
  • Zurich (ZRH) - Dubrovnik (DBV) from 5 000 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Vienna (VIE) from 8 500 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Vienna (VIE) from 4 500 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Vienna (VIE) from 6 000 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Cannes (CEQ) from 5 500 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Cannes (CEQ) from 5 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Cannes (CEQ) from 7 000 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Geneva (GVA) from 5 400 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Geneva (GVA) from 4 700 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Geneva (GVA) from 4 500 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Nice (NCE) from 4 900 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Nice (NCE) from 4 500 euro;
  • Milan (LIN) - Nice (NCE) from 4 500 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Palma (PMI) from 4 700 euro;
  • London (LCY) - Palma (PMI) from 7 900 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Palma (PMI) from 6 600 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Barcelona (BCN) from 4 600 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Barcelona (BCN) from 6 600 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Barcelona (BCN) from 8 000 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Genoa (GOA) from 5 000 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Genoa (GOA) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Genoa (GOA) from 6 700 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Zurich (ZRH) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Zurich (ZRH) from 5 800 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Zurich (ZRH) from 4 500 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - London (BQH) from 4 500 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - London (BQH) from 6 600 euro;
  • Leipzig (LEJ) - London (LCY) from 6 500 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - Ibiza (IBZ) from 4 800 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Ibiza (IBZ) from 9 900 euro;
  • Olbia (OLB) - Ibiza (IBZ) from 5 800 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Monaco (MCM) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Monaco (MCM) from 6 600 euro;
  • Milan (MXP) - Monaco (MCM) from 4 500 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) - Olbia (OLB) from 6 600 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Olbia (OLB) from 4 900 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Olbia (OLB) from 6 600 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Florence (FLR) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Florence (FLR) from 7 200 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Florence (FLR) from 6 600 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Munich (MUC) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Munich (MUC) from 6 000 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Munich (MUC) from 5 400 euro;
  • Munich (MUC) to Cologne (CGN) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) to Berlin (BER) from 6 600 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - London (BQH) from 4 500 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - London (BQH) from 6 600 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - London (BQH) from 6 600 euro;
  • London (BQH) to Bilbao (BIO) from 7 000 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - London (BQH) from 6 600 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) - London (BQH) from 6 600 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - London (BQH) from 4 500 euro;
  • Nice (NCE) to Samedan (SMV) from 4 500 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Nice (NCE) from 4 500 euro;
  • Milan (LIN) - Nice (NCE) from 4 500 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Nice (NCE) from 4 500 euro;
  • Milan (LIN) to Grosseto (GRS) from 4 500 euro;
  • Milan (LIN) to Chambery (CMF) from 4 500 euro;
  • Paris (LBG) - Milan (LIN) from 5 200 euro;
  • Geneva (GVA) - Milan (LIN) from 4 500 euro;
  • London (BQH) - Milan (LIN) from 6 600 euro;

 

We should note that to reduce the price of your flight, you can use such services as Jet Sharing or Empty Legs. In short, Jet Sharing allows you to buy the desired number of seats on a private flight and divide the full cost of a jet charter between all passengers. This means that you’ll have to pay only for the number of seats you’ve booked. Therefore, Jet Sharing is also known as “seat rental on a business jet”. As for Empty Legs, it is a system of return flights. Let’s say that the passenger booked a one-way flight to a specific destination. In this case, the chosen business jet returns to its home base empty. If you don’t need an urgent flight, you can leave us a request, our consultants will contact you as soon the desired jet will be available.

 

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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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Best turboprop business jets

Turboprops can develop a speed of 290-750 km/h. Passenger cabins have an ergonomic design, and their interior meets the requirements of business aviation. The most popular models of turboprop business jets are:

  • Nextant G90XT. This is a small and manoeuvrable private jet, powered by a gas-turbine engine. Nextant G90XT can comfortably seat up to 5 passengers and fly up to 2,200 km. This jet can develop an average cruising speed of 715 km/h. To ensure high performance and operational properties, the manufacturer equipped this business jet with a GE H75 engine, capable of operating smoothly even at very high temperatures. Moreover, Nextant G90XT is equipped with a modern control unit, autorun function and advanced equipment for higher safety.
  • Mooney M20V. This lightweight turboprop can accommodate 4-5 passengers and fly up to 2,700 km without intermediate landings and refuelling. Mooney M20V has an average cruising speed of 448 km/h. To improve passengers’ comfort, each cabin is equipped with modern orthopaedic seats with a leather covering (each of which comes with specialized seatbelts and airbags). Due to its excellent flight performance and ability to take off and land in the highlands, this model is often used during search and rescue operations.
  • Epic Victory. This is a lightweight, manoeuvrable and ergonomic business jet, which has a unique shape of aerospace and powerful engines. Epic Victory can develop an average cruising speed of 436 km/h and fly up to 2,200 km without refuelling. This jet can comfortably seat up to 4 passengers. The passenger cabin of turboprops is equipped so that all customers feel cosy and comfortable during the flight.

European Private Jets will be happy to help you choose a business jet that best suits your needs. You can do it by calling us or filling out a special form located on our website.

 

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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.

 

 

 

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Payment and refund policy

Each customer of European Private Jets can pay for the private flight in the most simple, profitable, and convenient way. For example, the customer can pay for the company services by bank transfer or card payment. We accept both cash and cryptocurrency. We always conclude contracts with our customers. Our company guarantees a high level of service, consideration of the customers’ needs and wishes, and full data privacy. Trying to accommodate our clients, we always provide flexible terms of cooperation and payment. However, you should understand that each case is individual and requires separate consideration.

The cancellation and refund terms are prescribed in the contract, provided to each customer before the beginning of cooperation. The contract is drawn up based on the customer’s needs and the chosen business jet. Since private jets are owned by different companies and individuals, the cancellation conditions may vary. On our part, we do everything we can to minimize the size of fines and organize the flight at the most convenient time for our customers. If the flight was cancelled because of our company, we will refund you the full price of the jet charter.

 

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Advantages of the company
    • Reputation

    • 12 years of successful work in business aviation in Europe. More than 100 regular customers and 30 partner companies around the world.

    • A large selection of aircraft

    • The current database includes about 9,000 business jets of various types. We will select an airplane for a flight of any range and complexity.

    • Transparent contracts

    • We do not slip tricky contracts but are responsible for the services provided. We show flexibility and meet our clients halfway. We are always ready to discuss the details and make changes.

    • Online booking

    • You can book and pay for the flight online, without a personal presence. You can also arrange all the documents in our office. We’ll adjust to the option that is convenient for you.

 

The team of "European Private Jets" consists of experienced experts in the field of business aviation. If you contact us, you can be sure of a quick and professional solution to the issue. The main priority of the company is the convenience of the client. Therefore, we will make every effort to ensure that you are satisfied with the service and the flight. At the moment, 39 specialists work in the company's offices around the world. Each client gets a personal aviation consultant who will accompany him/her at all stages of interaction on the flight. We guarantee the full involvement of a specialist and flexibility in solving issues of any complexity.

A very important point for us is to provide an opportunity for customers to communicate not only with the company's managers but also with its bosses. Therefore, you can always write directly to the boss and managers of the direction if you are unable to promptly resolve the issue with a personal consultant.

 

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We are always open to dialogue and will be glad to listen to your suggestions and feedback about the company's work.

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