Jet Airplane

Jet aircraft have one or more gas-turbine engines, which provide thrust to move the aircraft on the ground and through the air. Jet aircraft use Jet A fuel, often fly faster than turboprop aircraft and are capable of flying at higher altitudes than pistons or turboprops. Depending on their capability, these aircraft typically fly at altitudes below the airlines (20,000-25,000 feet) or above the airlines (above 40,000 feet). Jets are often faster than turboprops, making them attractive for businesspeople who need to reach a destination in the shortest possible amount of time.
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2010 Dassault Falcon 7X

QS Partners

SN: 073 • TTAF: 3,627 Hours

Passenger Seating: 12

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2000 Hawker 800XP

QS Partners

SN: 258492 • TTAF: 5,249 Hours

Passenger Seating: 9

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2011 Embraer Phenom 300

Flinn Aviation

SN: 50500038 • TTAF: 1,700 Hours

Passenger Seating: 7

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1986 Bombardier Challenger 601-3A/ER

Flinn Aviation

SN: 3060 • TTAF: 9,878 Hours

Passenger Seating: 12

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1992 Beechcraft Beechjet 400A

Flinn Aviation

SN: RK-53 • TTAF: 9,920 Hours

Passenger Seating: 8

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2001 Learjet 60

SN: 60-215 • TTAF: 5,272 Hours

Passenger Seating: 8

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2003 Cessna Citation Bravo

Flinn Aviation

SN: 550-1065 • TTAF: 3,650 Hours

Passenger Seating: 7

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2002 Cessna Citation Excel

The Ritchie Group

SN: 560-5232 • TTAF: 5,008 Hours

Passenger Seating: 8

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2006 Bombardier Challenger 300

The Ritchie Group

SN: 20101 • TTAF: 3,348 Hours

Passenger Seating: 9

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2004 Gulfstream G550

The Ritchie Group

SN: 5057 • TTAF: 9,380 Hours

Passenger Seating: 14

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