What are Private Jets?
Private jets are aircraft owned by an individual or a company, as opposed to commercial jets owned by an airline; a government agency; or a branch of the military. Private aircraft are regulated by strict Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) rules and regulations that, often, are more extensive than other entities.
Private Jets Makes & Sizes
The Private Jet category encompasses a wide variety of aircraft, of many different sizes and capabilities ranging from aircraft optimized for relatively short-range regional travel, to large cabin aircraft able to traverse entire continents and oceans. These aircraft are manufactured by worldwide companies including Beechcraft, Bombardier, Cessna, Dassault Aviation, Embraer, Gulfstream, Hawker, Learjet, and Pilatus. Additionally, Airbus and Boeing build exclusive, private variants of many of the same aircraft operated by commercial airlines throughout the world.
Private Jet Benefits
The most important benefit for business owner are the freedom and security that only private jets can offer. Private jets are a productivity multiplier, allowing to be more competitive, nimbler, and more successful, by optimizing time, flexibility, and efficiency. In today’s ever-competitive global marketplace, private jets enable direct, face-to-face contact with clients, customers, and personnel, to a degree otherwise impossible.
Private Jet Features
In addition to luxurious cabin fittings and other amenities, today’s private jets also offer in-flight systems enabling connection to the Internet in the same manner as from from homes and offices, enabling CEOs and individuals to conduct business meetings or personal contact at 40,000 feet. Whether visiting clients or offices, or carrying family to exciting far-away vacation destination, private jets provide a fast, safe, and secure travel option for you, your friends, family and your employees, all in unmatched style and luxury.