AIRBUS A319 CJ (19 SEAT)

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A319 is a flagman aircraft in a Business Aviation. Top level of comfort and reliability is a key factors that customer get choosing this jet.

 

A modification of the commercial airliner A319, the A319 CJ is slightly shorter in length, yet has a longer range. The corporate version is usually configured to hold up to 19 passengers, but exact interior configurations can vary greatly. This includes several other variations (illustrated below) which accommodate 29, 34 and 48 passengers. The corporate version cabin is generally divided into VIP quarters, complete with an office, bathroom with stand-up shower and bed, plus a high-density passenger seating area.

 

 

 

 

HAWKER BEECHCRAFT 400XP XPR NEXTANT

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The Hawker 400XP is the product of years of revision by the Hawker Beechcraft Corporation which originally purchased the rights of the jet from Mitsubishi, in 1986. Since then, it has seen numerous developments to both its technological features and its cabin, resulting in the 400, 400XP and the more recent 400XPR variant. It holds seven passengers comfortably, in a seating arrangement which has been redesigned over the years, in an oval-shaped flat-floor cabin.

 

 

HAWKER BEECHCRAFT 750

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An upgrade of the older Hawker 700, the Hawker 750 also has more baggage space than its predecessor, the Hawker 800, with the ventral fuel tank being replaced by an externally accessible compartment, slightly reducing range. Deliveries of the Hawker 750 began in 2008.

 

 

HAWKER BEECHCRAFT 800XP / 850XP

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The cabin of the Hawker 800XP is typically configured with eight seats: a four-person club section, a three-person divan and one forward-facing seat. The seats are fully adjustable and can swivel 360 degrees. The 800XP is simply the third generation of the 800 series, with improved performance capabilities. The 850XP variant is identical, except for the fact that it includes winglets, allowing for an extra 100-mile range. The Hawker 850XP can comfortably complete journeys such as New York to LA and Singapore to Beijing.

 

 

HAWKER BEECHCRAFT 900XP

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Building on the Hawker 850XP's capabilities, the enhanced performance of the 900XP allows for increased speed, a greater range and better fuel economy. A higher wing loading also ensures a smoother ride, through all types of flight condition. With a highly spacious cabin for a mid-size business jet and elegant interior touches, the Hawker 900XP is another ideal solution for calm, efficient and stress-free travel. The 900XP can comfortably complete journeys such as Frankfurt to Dubai, Singapore to Perth and Moscow to Mumbai.

 

 

HAWKER BEECHCRAFT PREMIER I IA

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The Premier I offers a unique stand-up cabin in the light jet category, capable of seating up to six passengers. Indeed, it has a considerably spacious cabin for a light jet aircraft, with folding tables, four club seats, two forward seats and a partitioned aft toilet. The IA variant saw improved cabin features and systems.

 

 

AGUSTA WESTLAND 109 POWER GRAND

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The AW109 Power is a highly versatile helicopter, with a large passenger cabin and interior refinements which generate an outstanding level of elegance and comfort. The A109 Grand variant (compared with the A109 Power model) has enhanced avionics and slightly increased leg room in the passenger cabin.

 

 

AGUSTA WESTLAND 139

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The AW139 is a medium-sized twin-engine helicopter, capable of carrying up to 10 passengers at very high speeds, in one of the most spacious and comfortable cabins of all helicopters on the market. The ample baggage compartment is accessible externally and from inside the cabin, making it suitable for a wide range of personal and business needs.

 

 

BELL 206B JET RANGER

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The Bell 206B Jet Ranger is a popular utility aircraft, regularly used for traffic reporting, air ambulance missions and corporate transportation. Fitted with a single engine the helicopter can carry up to 4 passengers

 

 

BELL 407

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The Bell 407 integrates speed, performance and manoeuvrability with spacious wide-open club seating for up to six. Featuring impressive cruise speeds, the all-composite four-bladed rotor system also offers an excellent ride quality.

 

 

BELL 429

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The Bell 429 boasts three seating configurations and can be set up for either six passengers or four and five passenger options. It has twice the baggage space of most other light twin-engine helicopters.

 

 

ROBINSON R-44

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The Robinson R44 is a fast and light helicopter, it is powered by a single engine, two blades on its main rotor and two on its tail. It can carry up to 3 passengers and is an economical and practical choice on shorter trips.

 

 

BEECHCRAFT KING AIR 350 350I

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The Kingair 350 is a larger version of the 200. It has a further stretched fuselage enabling a cabin for up to 8 passengers in 2 club configuration. Winglets were added to the wingtips to increase range and performance.

 

 

BEECHCRAFT KING AIR 100

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The Beechcraft King Air 100 is a stretched version of the Kingair 90 with twin-turboprops and up to 8 passenger seats.

 

 

CESSNA 404 TITAN

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The 404 Titan remains Cessna's largest twin-piston-engine aircraft, since the time of its development in the 70s, with the ability to seat up to nine passengers. The Titan underwent minor modifications from 1980. These included a redesign of the wingtips, increasing the wing span and adding features, such as a pressurised cabin and optional lavatory. The 421 was first produced in 1967, followed by the 421C Golden Eagle in 1975. The latter was developed with a pressurised cabin, the absence of wingtip fuel tanks and landing gear which was altered from straight-leg to a trailing-link design. Production ended in 1985, after 1,901 aircraft had been delivered.

 

 

CESSNA 421C GOLDEN EAGLE

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Also known as the Golden Eagle, this is a very popular aircraft for charters due to its high performance and onboard comfort. The pressurised cabin reduces engine noise, combined with a higher cruise altitude which enables smoother flying conditions.