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LIGHT JETS

2001 Cessna Citation Bravo

The Citation Bravo is a light size private jet with long-range capabilities. Its cabin is characterized by quiet, convenient storage and a digital pressurization controller. The Citation Bravo is easy to fly and offers a larger selection of smaller airports due to its short runway capabilities.  This Bravo offers custom seating for 8-9 passengers with a mini galley and 2 baggage compartments. In addition, there is a convenient compartment beside the cabin lavatory for coats and carry-on items, and all of the seats have storage drawers beneath them. New exterior paint and interior in 2016.

Aircraft Specs:

  • Passenger Seating: 8+1 passengers
  • Max Speed: 462 mph
  • Range: 1600 statute miles
  • Baggage: 73 cubic feet

2002 Cessna Citation Bravo

The Citation Bravo is a light size private jet with long-range capabilities. Its cabin is characterized by quiet, convenient storage and a digital pressurization controller. The Citation Bravo is easy to fly and it seats 7-8, with a mini galley and 2 exterior baggage compartments. In addition, there is a convenient compartment beside the cabin lavatory for coats and carry-on items, and all of the seats have storage drawers beneath them.

Aircraft Specs:

  • Passenger Seating: 7+1 passengers
  • Max Speed: 462 mph
  • Range: 1600 statute miles
  • Baggage: 73 cubic feet

1999 Beechjet 400A

Beechjet 400A upgrades include increased payload and ceiling; greater maximum landing weight; 150 lb. more fuel storage; greater cabin volume; a rear lavatory; and improved cabin soundproofing.  These design refinements and modifications make the 400A a more efficient, spacious and comfortable jet compared to its predecessor. The cabin of the 400A is more spacious carrying 7-8 passengers and offers fully breathable seats that swivel up to 180 degrees along with a cabin baggage area and refreshment cabinet.

Aircraft Specs:

  • Passenger Seating: 7+1 passengers
  • Max Speed: 517 mph
  • Range: 1500 statute miles
  • Baggage: 53 cubic feet

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Beechcraft King Air 200 and 350

The Beechcraft King Air has long been one of the most popular light business aircraft on the market, and for good reason. King Airs are twin-turboprop-powered, metal airplanes with anywhere from six to 12 seats in a spacious, comfortable cabin. The King Air 350 is a stretched model that features two extra cabin windows on each side of the forward fuselage, as well as added winglets.

LIGHT JETS

Cessna Citation CJ2

When Cessna redesigned their popular CJ1 private jet, known for its low operating costs and high performance, the result was the CJ2: bigger, faster, and better. The cabin stretched an additional thirty-three inches, the wingspan stretched an additional thirty-five. Its cruise speed outdoes the CJ by thirty knots with a significantly reduced fuel burn. The cabin typically holds six passengers and has a total volume of 243 cubic feet.  Its three baggage compartments can carry a total of 1,100 pounds of luggage, all but 100 of which can be stored externally for a less cramped cabin.

MID-SIZE JETS

Cessna Citation XLS

The XLS boasts excellent handling capabilities, reliable systems, and consistent delivery of smooth, quick flights. The 5.7 feet high interior of the XLS holds nine passengers in a cabin that’s quiet.  An external compartment provides 80 cubic feet of storage space, along with some additional space in an internal closet.

Learjet 40XR

The Learjet is quite a contender in the competitive private jet market. The Learjet 40XR’s cabin is highly competitive in its class. It stretches to a length of 17.7 feet, a width of 5.1 feet, and a height of 4.9 feet, totaling a cabin volume of 363 cubic feet.  A typical configuration seats six passengers in a club plus two arrangements. The external baggage compartment can store 50 cubic feet of baggage and there is an additional 15 cubic feet interior storage, a forward closet, and refreshment center.

Hawker 800

The Hawker 800 private jets are among the most popular in the private jet industry and continue to meet the high-performance standards that they are known for. The cabin of the Hawker 800 is typically configured with eight seats: a four-person club section, a three-person divan, and one forward-facing seat. The seats are fully adjustable and can swivel 360°.

LARGE JETS

Falcon 50

The Falcon 50 to be able to complete intercontinental flights, and still, maintain a short takeoff distance and a roomy cabin.  Its range/payload capacity is pretty impressive, it can carry eight passengers 3,020 miles. The cabin is usually configured to carry 8-10 passengers but can be modified to carry as many as nineteen. It is 5.9 feet high, 23.5 feet long, and 6.1 feet wide for a total cabin volume of 700 cubic feet. The external storage compartment is long enough to fit objects up to eight feet. The cabin of the Falcon 50 is rated to 8.7 psi, and is automatically regulated. A two-zone temperature control system uses bleed air from the center engine to control heat.