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Turboprops are one the most commonly flown aircrafts in the United States, especially for shorter duration, regional flights. Much like jets, Turboprops use turbine engines but with a propeller as its source of thrust. Turboprops can travel between 500 - 1500 miles and comfortably carry 6 passengers with amenities such as club seating, enclosed lavatory, and large luggage areas. The Pilatus PC-12 and Beechcraft King Air series are the most popular models.
Light Jets are an increasingly popular class of charter aircraft. Light Jets can comfortably travel up to 1,500 miles without a fuel stop, making them an excellent option for slightly longer flights. They typically carry up to 6 people and are widely known as reliable, comfortable aircraft. The Cessna Citation, Hawker 400, and and Lear 35 are popular aircraft in this class.
Midsized Jets represent a very flexible option. They can handle longer routes but can also land on smaller airstrips which make them ideal for up to 8 passengers on shorter regional flights. They have amenities such as a refreshment center, entertainment systems and a enclosed lavatory. The Midsized Jet category includes the Lear 55 and Hawker 800.
The Super Midsize Jets are similar in layout and amenities to large cabin jets, only slightly smaller and therefore less expensive. The super midsize category combines speed, luxury, and range capabilities. Super Midsize jets comfortably carry up to 10 passengers and travel well over 3000 miles, including coast-to-coast. This class features aircraft such as the Cessna Citation X, Falcon 50 and Bombardier Challenger 300.
Large Cabin Aircraft are ideal for long duration trips, such as coast-to-coast or international flights. The cabin of these jets are often customized for luxurious and productive flights including dedicated work spaces, conference rooms/offices, and full-service galleys. In addition, they are often outfitted with sleeping quarters. Some examples in this category include the Gulfstream G550, Bombardier Global Express, and the Dassault 2000.
Very Light Jets provide access to smaller runways, closer to destinations with the ability to avoid larger airports. Flying between 500-100 miles and and able to carry up to four passengers, the Very Light Jet provides a more affordable option while still allowing the speed and comfort of a jet. Very Light Jets include the Embraer Phenom 100, Cessna Citation Mustang, and Eclipse Jet.
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