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Our Fleet | Choose Your Aircraft

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Explore our fleet

Explore a wide selection of aircraft to meet your needs and your budget. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact our sales team.

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Looking for more aircraft alternatives? Our wide network of operators allows us to choose the perfect aircraft for your journey.

  • Piston

  • Turbopop

  • Light

  • Super Light

  • Midsize

  • Super-mid

  • Heavy

  • Ultra Long Range

  • VIP Airliner

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Choosing

an aircraft

Finding the right aircraft for your trip among the different types of private jets is crucial to ensuring that you are getting the best value. It can also be an intimidating process if you’ve never chartered before. We bring a high level of expertise to each client relationship, helping you make the right aircraft decision.

Consider the following questions when thinking about an aircraft:

The fleet

Which aircraft

is right for you?

01

How many people are in your group? What are their needs in terms of seating, mobility, catering, and space for baggage?

02

What is most important to you? Speed, amenities, cabin noise level, a potentially smoother ride? Or a more economical turboprop for a short flight?

03

How do you envision your time on-board? Working on a laptop, having a restful break or spending quality time with your group?

04

For longer trips, do you mind a refueling stop on a small plane, or would you rather enjoy a nonstop flight?

Key words

Key aviation

terminology explained

Passengers (typical):

The number of people that can generally be seated on the aircraft. Sometimes, aircraft of the same type will seat increased or lesser passengers depending on the configuration. We will be able to confirm this information as we source aircraft options for your trip.

Max Cruising Altitude:

The maximum cruising altitude of the aircraft, measured in feet. You may or may not get to this altitude during your flight – the decision is up to the crew, who factor in the aircraft operating characteristics unique to your flight, weather, air traffic control and other factors.

Cabin Dimensions:

The length, width and height of the passenger cabin are provided to give you an idea of how much living space you have and whether or not you can stand fully upright. Each aircraft type is different. Pistons generally have the smallest cabin but are intended for short flights, while heavy jets and airliners, with their ability to fly farther, will have the largest.

Full Passenger Range:

A measure of how far the aircraft can travel with its typical full passenger load, measured in nautical miles (NM). To convert, 1 nautical mile = 1.852 kilometres, or 1.15 miles. The aircraft range figure provided in this section may not always be 100% accurate and will vary based on operating considerations that are unique to each flight.

Baggage total:

The total baggage capacity of the aircraft, measured in cubic feet. There could be multiple compartments on the aircraft, including some inside the cabin that are accessible during the flight. Please note that private jets do not have overhead stowage compartments that are typical on commercial aircraft. There is an empty seat or space nearby for your belongings, and your crew can assist with stowing any items prior to flying.

Lavatory:

The availability of a lavatory on-board the aircraft is noted. “Limited” usually refers to a simple toilet with partial privacy (usually a curtain) on smaller aircraft that otherwise might not have one at all due to space constraints. Standard provisions on most private jets are fully enclosed and have a vanity element and other amenities.

Average Cruising Speed:

The average speed at which the aircraft typically travels through the air, as measured in Knots True Airspace (KTAS). To convert, 1 knot = 1.852 kilometres per hour, or 1.15 miles per hour.

Galley:

The availability of facilities designated to store, cool and/or heat food and beverages for consumption on-board. Most types of private jets will have a refreshment area including an ice bin to keep drinks cold. A partial or full galley on larger aircraft commonly consists of several storage compartments, an oven (microwave and/or convection), fridge, coffee and/or espresso maker, and stock of glassware and flatware. 

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