Sharing many of the same redeeming qualities that the original 2000 has, the 2000EX strives to improve upon range and cabin spaciousness. With a pair of even more powerful jet engines, the 2000EX is able to travel a staggering 4,300 miles without needing a fuel stop. The cabin has been expanded as well, now even … Read more
A truly unique jet with its tri-jet design, the Falcon 900 stands apart from the rest. Containing only the latest in aerodynamic and avionic technology, this aircraft provides an unprecedented level of comfort and safety to passengers. Generation after generation of Falcon 900’s set the industry standards for durability, longevity and reliability.
Having one of the most staggering ranges amont private jets 6,700 miles has earned this aircraft plenty of recognition in the form of awards like the Rober J. Collier Trophy and being named by users as the “best in value business aircraft”. Wide oval windows fill the cabin with natural light and provide passengers with … Read more
An upgraded version of previous G-IV’s, this aircraft has been fitted with much quieter and more fuel efficient engines. Both improvements resulting in a more comfortable and less costly travel experience for the passenger. Not only does this aircraft come with a full galley and rest room, but it can also comfortably fit 19 passengers. … Read more
Most of the world will be within your grasp aboard the GIII thanks to its impressive 4,600 mile range. But on such a long trip you will want to make sure you are well taken care of, thanks to a full galley the worst part of the trip will be when it ends. The GIII … Read more
The Gulfstream II/SP (G-II/SP) is an American twin engine business jet designed and built by Grumman and then in succession, Grumman American and finally Gulfstream American. Its Grumman model number is G-1159 and its US military designation is C-11 Gulfstream II. It has been succeeded by the Gulfstream III. The first Gulfstream II flew on … Read more
The pioneer of the ultra long range jets, the Global Express affords passengers the comfort and speed of a airliner without the hassles that come with commercial flight. Having an exceptionally steep angle of approach allows the Express to land and takeoff from busy and normally hard to reach airports.