Available Large Cabin & Heavy Jets

A heavy jet is quite different compared to a light jet. Differences include passenger capacity, length of travel, and amenities. These type of jets can hold up to 14 passengers comfortably and is perfect for a transcontinental flight. The jet’s high ceilings allow for comfortable free, movement around the cabin. Amenities include a fully enclosed lavatory which provides comfort and privacy for passengers. In addition, a heavy jet will often have a crew on board to accommodate meal and beverage requests. Large cabin jets include Bombardier Global and Challenger models; Dassault Falcon 7x; and Gulfstream G500, G550, and G650. Examples of heavy jets include Boeing Business Jets and Airbus models.
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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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2004 Gulfstream G550

  • The Ritchie Group

SN: 5057 • TTAF: 9,380 Hours

Passenger Seating: 14

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2012 Gulfstream G550

  • The Ritchie Group

SN: 5364 • TTAF: 2,050 Hours

Passenger Seating: 16

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2010 Dassault Falcon 900LX

  • The Ritchie Group

SN: 244 • TTAF: 3,528 Hours

Passenger Seating: 14

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2000 Gulfstream G-V

  • Gulfstream Aerospace

SN: 605 • TTAF: 7,207 Hours

Passenger Seating: 14

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2015 Gulfstream G650

  • Gulfstream Aerospace

SN: 6144 • TTAF: 1,183 Hours

Passenger Seating: 13

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2013 Gulfstream G650ER

  • Gulfstream Aerospace

SN: 6045 • TTAF: 1,994 Hours

Passenger Seating: 13

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2013 Gulfstream G650

  • Gulfstream Aerospace

SN: 6030 • TTAF: 1,082 Hours

Passenger Seating: 13

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2002 Bombardier Global Express

  • Gulfstream Aerospace

SN: 9073 • TTAF: 4,689 Hours

Passenger Seating: 14

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2018 Bombardier Global 6000

  • Bombardier Business Aircraft

SN: 9823 • TTAF: 383 Hours

Passenger Seating: 13

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