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March 2nd, 2016

What is Your Pilot Thinking?

(Charter Jets) - There are three different ways that pilots are often times depicted in Hollywood, as bumblers, geniuses, or egotists. The egotistical pilots in film and TV are so full of themselves that they quickly become the most unpleasant characters. This stereotype comes fully equipped with oversized wristwatches, huge sunglasses, and a bassy, authoritative voice. Hollywood often […]

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February 1st, 2016

The Learjet 35

(Charter Jets) - When speaking of business jets, people frequently reference them as “Lear Jets”, regardless of what they actually are. This name is as universally used as “Piper Cub” or “Kleenex”. A whole class of executive jets are characterized by Lear. One of this brand’s most coveted and popular models is the Learjet 35. The Basics The […]

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January 25th, 2016

Legacy 600

(Charter Jets) - The Legacy 600 was Embraer’s first bid into the business jet market, but this aircraft, the Legacy 600, made them look like they had been producing executive jets for decades. The Legacy 600 was first certified in 1999, and is still produced today.  High-tech with room to be comfortable, range to be world-class and costs […]

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January 18th, 2016

Cirrus SR22

(Charter Jets) - Operators of air-taxies and corporate jets have somewhat altered their outlook in the past ten years. Twin-engine aircraft was the standard in executive travel for companies, but upon the arrival of safer and more dependable single engine aircraft, the standard has become those such as the Cirrus SR22. The SR22 has the edge of having […]

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January 13th, 2016

The Cessna Citation CJ2+

(Charter Jets) - Those flying on demand with the charter and corporate market take delight in and are accustomed to innovative and economical aircraft with the ability to deliver them to any destination comfortably and within their budget. For many operators and companies, the Cessna Citation CJ2+ is the best fit. The Citation Jet family’s 5th generation aircraft, […]

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January 4th, 2016

The Eclipse 500 and 550

(Charter Jets) - In the past, corporate jets were evaluated on their size and speed. Since early in the 1970s, the cost of fuel for jets has skyrocketed from about thirty cents per gallon to the more than six dollars per gallon that it is today. The corporate and charter flight world are now focused on aircraft with […]

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December 28th, 2015

Is Your Pilot Tired?

(Charter Jets) - The pilots often times depicted in films that can stay awake for long lengths of time without any sleep by sheer force of will and merely downing some coffee are in the past. No pilot wants to have an incident due to a lack of rest, but now there are techniques and tools available that […]

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December 21st, 2015

Pilatus PC-12

(Charter Jets) - Air taxis and corporate aircraft with single engines were nonexistent three decades ago. Engines weren’t thought to be as dependable and powerful as they are today, but they were reliable. Most airlines flew internationally with four engines and would not even condone carrying passengers over the oceans with anything that had less than three engines. […]

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December 14th, 2015

The Piper Seneca

(Charter Jets) - The majority of corporate fleets and air taxis today are made up of light piston engine twins. Of these, the Piper Seneca is among the two staples often found in flight today. The Beechcraft Barron is the other and has an advantage in cost of acquisition. Coming in at nearly $300,000 less than an equivalent […]

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December 8th, 2015

Christmas in NYC 2015

(Charter Jets) - 3.7 billion dollars will be spent this holiday season in New York City. We have come up with a list of our top picks for you and your whole family this holiday season. Rockefeller Center: Come visit New York City’s most iconic holiday landmark, Rockefeller center’s 78 foot Christmas tree. Delight in stores and restaurants […]

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