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want. No lost luggage or long security lines.
If you fly less than 400 hours annually, you’ll find that chartering a private jet, plane or helicopter on-
demand is much more cost effective than buying a jet or even choosing fractional ownership.
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Light jets, among the smallest private planes, hold between five and eight passengers comfortably; they can travel up to two
hours on a nonstop flight. Light jets aren't as spacious as other private jets, but they are the most economical if you're only
traveling a short distance. Planes in this category have low engine sounds and can reach speeds of up to 500 miles per hour.
The Learjet 31 and 35, Citation II and V and the Raytheon Premier 1 are all examples of light jets.
Mid-size jets are a more spacious option. Even with the larger cabin and luggage space, mid-size jets are designed to carry
between six and eight passengers. They're capable of flying from coast to coast within the United States, with a maximum of
seven hours of flight time. Types of mid-size jets include the Lear 45, Hawker 800/800XP and Gulfstream G150.
Super Mid-Size Jets
Super mid-size jets such as the Citation X, Falcon 50 and Gulfstream G200 are capable of transcontinental flights. Unlike
smaller private planes, super mid-size jets are allowed to take off and land at both small local airports and larger, international
airports. These jets generally hold up to nine passengers; however, some of the larger models can carry 12. Super mid-size jets
are designed with all of the luxury and amenities of larger private jets -- including large, spacious cabins, galleys and optional
entertainment systems -- only on a smaller scale.
Large Cabin or Heavy Jets
Large cabin or heavy jets are the largest private planes, accommodating an average of 10 passengers comfortably. Planes like
the Falcon 900 series, Gulfstream II and Challenger 605 are capable of flying nine hours or 4,000 miles nonstop. With such
long-range capabilities, these jets have first-class seating with full pull-out tabletops and sometimes contain private sleeping
areas. Along with a pilot, heavy jets also employ flight attendants to tend to the needs of the passengers and help ensure their
Turbo Prop Planes
Turbo prop planes are smaller than most private jets. They can comfortably hold between five and eight passengers and fly for
up to four hours nonstop. Turbo prop planes are sturdy and maneuverable enough to handle the short, rough runways (between
2,000 and 2,400 feet long) that larger jets cannot. The planes are easily adaptable and can be outfitted with amphibious floats
and snow skis, allowing for landings in many different environments. The King Air 90, King Air 350 and Pilatus PC-12 are
examples of turbo prop planes.