Bombardier’s Challenger 300 was the first aircraft in the super-midsize business jet category to challenge the standard with its clean-sheet design, and the Challenger 350 takes that innovative thinking to the next level.
Bombardier’s Challenger 300 was the first aircraft in the super-midsize business jet category to challenge the standard with its clean-sheet design, and today it is one of the most chartered jets in the world.
The Hawker 800A with XPR upgrade includes Honeywell TFE 731-50R engines for better performance, while the new factory-engineered winglets create a more efficient wing with improved stability during all phases of flight.
Beyond the quickness, Citation's super-midsize option delivers superior comfort for up to nine passengers, transcontinental and international range and all the amenities private jet patrons have come to expect: free wifi, in-flight entertainment, club seating, the works.
The Learjet 75 is certified for operation at up to 51,000 feet and cruises at nearly 550 miles per hour—by almost any measure, it's faster and has more range than any aircraft currently produced in its class.
This predecessor to the Hawker 400 is an excellent choice for charter. With a cruising speed of over 400 knots, this aircraft will deliver you to your destination quickly and, because of its spacious interior, comfortably and luxuriously.
Elite Air works hard to ensure its Lear 31s are in industry-leading condition. These aircraft have been a standard in charter aviation for many years, and they're still a top option in the light jet class due to their reliability and safety rating.
Want to do a short trip in all the luxury of a jet but without the jet pricing? The King Air 200 is your solution. The aircraft can seat up to nine passengers (Elite Air’s is currently configured for eight), cruises at nearly 300 knots, can climb to 35,000 feet and has a range of nearly 2,000 miles.