Aircraft

Super Mid Jets

  • Challenger 300

    With a large cabin, high performance, and low direct operating costs, the Challenger 300 falls into the “super-midsize” private jet class. It can comfortably seat eight to nine passengers on a nonstop coast-to-coast trip.

    Performance


    Passenger Seating:
    8/9 Passengers
    Airspeed:
    528 mph/849 kph
    Flight Range:
    3,526 miles/5,676 kilometers
    Climb Rate:
    5,000 ft/min
    Cabin Length:
    25.2 feet/7.68 meters
    Cabin Width:
    7.2 feet/2.94 meters
    Cabin Height:
    6.1 feet/1.86 meters
    Lavatory Style:
    Full Lavatory
    Baggage Volume:
    106 cubic feet/3 cubic meters

  • Challenger 350

    Currently, Bombardier is manufacturing the upgraded Challenger 350, the new model of the popular Challenger 300. With greater range and speed compared to the Challenger 300, the Challenger 350 has a wide spacious cabin with hand sculptured seats on a flat floor. The Challenger 350 operates at a maximum altitude of 45,000 feet.

    Performance


    Passenger Seating:
    9 Passengers
    Airspeed:
    M .81/620 mph/986 kph
    Flight Range:
    3,680 miles/5,926 kilometers
    Climb Rate:
    N/A
    Cabin Length:
    25.1 feet/7.68 meters
    Cabin Width:
    5.1 feet/1.55 meters
    Cabin Height:
    6 feet/1.83 meters
    Lavatory Style:
    Enclosed Lavatory
    Baggage Volume:
    106 cubic feet/3 cubic meters

  • Citation Sovereign

    Comfortable, high performing and economical are the words that best describe the Citation Sovereign. It has great range with coast-to-coast abilities similar to that of large jets, but retains key features of a midsize jet such as its cruising speed and takeoff abilities. With the ability to transport eight or nine passengers comfortably, the Citation Sovereign is ideal for both business and pleasure.

    Performance


    Passenger Seating:
    8/9 Passengers
    Airspeed:
    529 mph/851 kph
    Flight Range:
    3,276 miles/5,272 kilometers
    Climb Rate:
    4,016 ft/min
    Cabin Length:
    24.2 feet/7.38 meters
    Cabin Width:
    5.6 feet/1.70 meters
    Cabin Height:
    5.7 feet/1.74 meters
    Lavatory Style:
    Full Lavatory
    Baggage Volume:
    100 cubic feet/2.83 cubic meters

  • Citation X+

    In 2010, Cessna upgraded the Citation X to the Citation X+, improving the aircraft’s engines, avionics, and standardizing the elliptical winglets, which, before, had only been an aftermarket option. The X+ also has a slightly longer cabin, increasing passenger comfort. With a range of nearly 3600 miles, the Citation X+ is well suited to cross country trips, or even a trip from New York to England or Spain.

    Performance


    Passenger Seating:
    8 Passengers
    Airspeed:
    608 mph/979 kph
    Flight Range:
    3,596 miles/5,787 kilometers
    Climb Rate:
    4,000 ft/min
    Cabin Length:
    25.2 feet/7.66 meters
    Cabin Width:
    5.5 feet/1.68 meters
    Cabin Height:
    5.7 feet/1.74 meters
    Lavatory Style:
    Enclosed Lavatory
    Baggage Volume:
    104 cubic feet/2.93 cubic meters

  • Citation X

    When Cessna first announced its goals for the Citation X, there was a lot of excitement in the aviation community, and for good reason. The Citation X became the fastest, most efficient, and most comfortable jet on the market, receiving the prestigious Collier Trophy in its first year. As the fastest mid-sized business jet available, it can fly from Los Angeles to New York in under six hours.

    Performance


    Passenger Seating:
    8 Passengers
    Airspeed:
    608 mph/979 kph
    Flight Range:
    3,596 miles/5,787 kilometers
    Climb Rate:
    4,000 ft/min
    Cabin Length:
    25.2 feet/7.66 meters
    Cabin Width:
    5.5 feet/1.68 meters
    Cabin Height:
    5.7 feet/1.74 meters
    Lavatory Style:
    Enclosed Lavatory
    Baggage Volume:
    104 cubic feet/2.93 cubic meters

  • Falcon 50

    Dassault Aviation created the Falcon 50 to complete intercontinental flights while maintaining as short of a takeoff distance and as spacious of a cabin as possible. When it was first released, it was the only private jet on the market that could make an intercontinental journey.

    Performance


    Passenger Seating:
    9 Passengers
    Airspeed:
    541 mph/870 kph
    Flight Range:
    3,623 miles/5,830 kilometers
    Climb Rate:
    3,515 ft/min
    Cabin Length:
    23.5 feet/7.16 meters
    Cabin Width:
    6.1 feet/1.85 meters
    Cabin Height:
    5.9 feet/1.8 meters
    Lavatory Style:
    Full Lavatory
    Baggage Volume:
    115 cubic feet/3.26 cubic meters

  • Falcon 50EX

    Dassault was the first aviation company to create a jet that had intercontinental range capabilities with the Falcon 50. Over fifteen years later, the Falcon 50 was re-created, keeping its most successful features, while modifying others with modern technology. With the same look and feel as the Falcon 50, the Falcon 50EX flies further, burns less fuel, reaches higher altitudes, and outperforms the Falcon 50 in every way.

    Performance


    Passenger Seating:
    9 Passengers
    Airspeed:
    551 mph/887 kph
    Flight Range:
    3,855 miles/6,204 kilometers
    Climb Rate:
    3,515 ft/min
    Cabin Length:
    28.5 feet/8.69 meters
    Cabin Width:
    6.1 feet/1.86 meters
    Cabin Height:
    5.9 feet/1.80 meters
    Lavatory Style:
    Full Lavatory
    Baggage Volume:
    115 cubic feet/3.26 cubic meters

  • Gulfstream 200

    As one of the first private jets in the Gulfstream series, the Gulfstream 200 is still a solid competitor to the G450 and the G550, boasting everything needed in a private jet: great range, cabin size, and speed. The Gulfstream 200 is the ideal jet for completing long-range missions quickly and comfortably. Capable of flying many intercontinental flights, the Gulfstream 200 is a practical, economical jet for business executives.

    Performance


    Passenger Seating:
    9 Passengers
    Airspeed:
    541 mph/871 kph
    Flight Range:
    3,811 miles/6,133 kilometers
    Climb Rate:
    5,000 ft/min
    Cabin Length:
    24.4 feet/7.44 meters
    Cabin Width:
    7.2 feet/2.13 meters
    Cabin Height:
    6.3 feet/1.92 meters
    Lavatory Style:
    Full Lavatory
    Baggage Volume:
    150 cubic feet/4.25 cubic meters

  • Gulfstream 280

    Newly designed to carry greater payload while burning less fuel. The G280 burns 12% less fuel compared to other super mid-size jets. The G280 sleeps up to 5 passengers. The G280 can fly for 8 hours at Mach.80 making a London to New York non stop flight with 4 passengers. Passengers breath easier from a 100% fresh-air circulation while experiencing less fatigue with 19 cabin windows. The G280 has a lowered cabin altitude pressurization. The same type of lowered pressurization feature designed in the G650/G650ER. The G280 utilizes autothrottle and autobraking which has a faster reaction time than a pilot. One more example of superior Gulfstream technology in the G280.

    Performance


    Passenger Seating:
    8-10 Passengers
    Airspeed:
    M .85/620 mph/986 kph
    Flight Range:
    At M.80 with 4 passengers - 4,140 miles/6,624 kilometers
    Climb Rate:
    4,117 fpm/1,255 mpm 43,000 feet in less than 23 minutes
    Cabin Length:
    25.8 feet/7.86 meters
    Cabin Width:
    7.1 feet/2.16 meters
    Cabin Height:
    6.25 feet/1.91 meters
    Lavatory Style:
    Enclosed Lavatory
    Baggage Volume:
    120 cubic feet/3.39 cubic meters

  • Hawker 1000

    The Hawker 1000 has intercontinental range capabilities and is spacious for a mid-sized private jet. Able to take up to nine passengers anywhere in the United States, the Hawker 1000 is the perfect jet for economical business travel.

    Performance


    Passenger Seating:
    8/9 Passengers
    Airspeed:
    521 mph/839 kph
    Flight Range:
    3,565 miles/5,737 kilometers
    Climb Rate:
    3,577 ft/min
    Cabin Length:
    25 feet/7.62 meters
    Cabin Width:
    6.5 feet/1.98 meters
    Cabin Height:
    5.8 feet/1.75 meters
    Lavatory Style:
    Full Lavatory
    Baggage Volume:
    72.3 cubic feet/2.05 cubic meters

  • Hawker 4000

    Raytheon’s design team had one goal in mind while designing the Hawker 4000; a perfect balance between the most important qualities expected by aircraft owners: cabin size, operating cost, range and speed. The Hawker 4000 is the perfect for any corporation that wants to maximize their value as well as efficiency.

    Performance


    Passenger Seating:
    8/9 Passengers
    Airspeed:
    541 mph/871 kph
    Flight Range:
    3,775 miles/6,075 kilometers
    Climb Rate:
    3,577 ft/min
    Cabin Length:
    29.5 feet/8.99 meters
    Cabin Width:
    6.5 feet/1.98 meters
    Cabin Height:
    6 feet/1.83 meters
    Lavatory Style:
    Full Lavatory
    Baggage Volume:
    100 cubic feet/2.83 cubic meters