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Turboprop
20 models

Turboprop aircraft rely on gas turbine (jet engine) to drive a propeller. Turboprops are known to be reliable, comfortable and versatile for single pilot or crew operation. For shorter distances, and at low altitudes (between 20,000 to 30,000 feet), turboprops offer greater fuel efficiency than jets. A huge advantage of turboprop engine is the ability to operate into shorter runways than jets, offering owners access to far more airports.

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Light
31 models

The Light Jet was introduced in 1964 with the FAA certification of the Learjet23. A light jet comfortably carry 4 - 9 passengers, depending on the aircraft configuration. Most can be operated single pilot. Light jets are popular among families and executive travel groups, offering a climb from sea level to 45,000 feet in less than 30 minutes. The range of a light jet will vary depending on passenger and load size.

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Mid-size
22 models

Mid-size jets typically offer similar seating capacity as full-size light jets, but with improved performance and range, more spacious cabin including standing headroom, larger lav facilities (such as a sink and mirror), and larger baggage capacity.

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Super Mid-size
18 models

Commonly called simply “supermids”, aircraft in the super-midsize category continue to improve travel range on midsize aircraft by about 500 statute miles, offering transcontinental range for your whole group, from coast to coast, non-stop. Passengers enjoy spacious cabins and amenities like on-demand inflight entertainment and WIFI.

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Large
38 models

Large cabin or “heavy jets” are the ultimate in private air travel, offering comfortable movement throughout the cabin, high ceilings, flight attendant service. Large cabin aircraft are ideal for transatlantic or transpacific travel, with range of 5,000 to 7,000 miles.

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