Propeller Aircraft are the most economical choice for short to mid-range trips. While operating in and out of regional airports with short runways, propeller aircraft can cruise at speeds of 300 knots and non-stop ranges of about 1,500 miles, with an average flight duration of approximately 3 hours.
Light jets are the ideal choice for short to mid-range city hops. With average cruising speeds of 400 knots and non-stop ranges of approximately 1700 miles, light jets can travel further and faster than turboprop driven aircraft, whilst maintaining high levels of efficiency.
Midsize jets (also known as mid-sized jets) are the most popular category of private jets and provide a cost-effective option for flights of up to 4 hours, for up to 8 passengers.
Super Midsize Jet aircraft offer size, comfort, and performance for medium length to long range flights, and groups of up to 8 passengers.
Heavy Jets range from large cabin jets seating up to 13 passengers, to ultra-long range jets and - at the very top of the category - converted VIP airliners.
Airliners can be chartered for private use. Removing the hassle of transporting large numbers of clients and employees through public airport terminals.