The Gulfstream G-400 or G-IV is the next development after Gulfstream’s G-III. It is longer by about four feet, and can accommodate 12 to 14 passengers comfortably. Easily one of the most recognizable names in the history of private jets, the G-IV is still a force in the charter market nearly 40yrs after the first one rolled off the assembly line.
Following in the long line of successful Hawker Midsize Jets is the Hawker 900XP. Enhanced engines and upgraded systems through the cabin improved the already impressive Hawker 800XP.
The Gulfstream G-150 provides excellent value in the Midsize class, with superior range at top speed, sophisticated avionics, and a truly comfortable cabin for up to eight passengers. This capable Gulfstream aircraft is the successor of the G-100.
Building on the success of a proven model, Hawker/Beechcraft introduced the Hawker 800XP, an upgraded version of the beloved Hawker 800 Midsize Jet.
Enhancements and improvements to the Lear 55 resulted in the hugely popular Learjet 60, with an even longer fuselage and new engines. A pure upgrade in all areas to an already successful aircraft resulted in a widely trusted and utilized business jet in both the private sector and retail jet charter.
The Cessna Citation Excel, also called model 560XL, combines winning components of several of Cessna’s other Citation models. It uses the same spacious cabin dimensions (height and width) as the Citation X in a shorter fuselage, with a modified Citation V Ultra wing and tail. The Citation Excel is the highest-selling midsize business jet in the market today.
The Learjet 45XR improved on both the Learjet 45 and 40 with upgraded engines and higher performance. With improved range and speed and boasting the same roomy cabin as the Lear 45, the 45XR is an even better version of an already great aircraft.
For aviation enthusiasts and business travelers alike, the Cessna Citation Ultra is a name that rings with prestige and performance. This remarkable aircraft has been a staple in the world of private jets for decades, offering a blend of history, cutting-edge technology, and unparalleled comfort. In this blog, we will take an in-depth look at…
The Learjet 45 is a Light Jet produced by Bombardier Aerospace as a larger version of the popular Lear 35. With a much roomier cabin than the Lear 35 and Lear 40, along with improved performance and pilot technology, the Lear 45 is a favourite among private flyers.
The Cessna CitationCJ2 was first delivered in 2000 as an upgrade in size, speed, and power to the popular CJ1 private jet. The improved CJ2 quickly became one of the most efficient light jets in retail charter and in the private sector due to its balance of efficiency and performance.