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Completed in 1998 and certified in 1999, this aircraft was originally designed as a turboprop (Dornier Model 328) to fill regional aviation missions and then converted into a turbine jet with Pratt & Whitney Canada turbines.
This is a derivation of the CRJ 200 and a modernized version of the 800 Model. The Challenger 850 is a long-haul jet that can accommodate up to 19 passengers (14 in original configuration) in a cabin measuring 14.80 meters for distances of 4000 to 5000 km. Bombardier has built a comfortable "corporate shuttle" jet offering plenty of room for a hostess to serve on board.
The Challenger 604 was released in 1996 and 365 aircraft have been sold in over 50 countries!
The Citation VII is a Medium Jet commonly used for European flights with 6 passengers on board, flying at a speed of 830 km/h over a distance of 3100 km.
Recognizable by its large winglets, the G IV is the successor of the G III. The aircraft’s new wing design permitted a reduction in the weight of the aircraft as well as an expansion of the fuel tanks. The performance is significantly better than the G IIIs: 7100 km range for an 850 km/h cruising speed. The twin-engine also remains economical for long or transcontinental missions.
This improved version of the Challenger 600 allows 12 passengers to travel almost 1000 km more, thanks to its more sober engines, reaching a distance of 6500 km at a speed slightly lower than 830 km/h.
The Learjet 45 is a twin-engine business jet whose first model was presented in 1995, and has attracted many private clients (260 aircrafts sold) for medium-haul operations (3700 km range).
The broadest model from the Hawker 800 series and easily recognizable by its seven windows, the Hawker 1000 has not been the expected commercial success, even though it has a large cabin and is fairly well designed for 8 passengers (7, 55 meters long, 1.83 meters high and 1.97 meters wide). Its design is very flattering.
The Citation III Jet is a very complementary product in the Cessna range, and its commercial success since 1983 is for good reasons: 9 passengers are welcome aboard for a distance of 3100 km at a speed of 830 km/h, with a possibility to increase the density to 11 seats.
This transcontinental aircraft is since 1998, one of the spearheads of the Cessna factory.
Originally called the Astra Galaxy, the Gulfstream G200 is a midsize jet equipped with Pratt & Whitney Canada PW306A engines, flying at a speed of 870 km/h at 45000 feet.
A medium-haul business jet, the Citation XLS is a very versatile machine and is superbly developed by the Cessna plants in the United States. This twin-engine jet with 9 seats seduces customers used to private aviation with its design and flight stability. The cabin measures 5.8 meters long and is very sober yet perfectly optimized (it is almost possible to stand upright with its 1.75 meter height).
This twin-engine model is the improved version of the Learjet 55 and holds 6-8 seats depending of the chosen configuration. The Learjet 60 is capable of crossing 4500 km at 840 km/h.
The 900XP produced by Hawker is a very recent product endowed with all the modern facilities for both the avionics (Rockwell Collins Pro Line 21) and the cabin.
Another excellent business aircraft produced by Dassault Aviation, the Falcon 20, formerly known as the Mystère 20, is a stylish airplane that has remained popular for private and corporate clients since its launch. It gives the impression of being a "big brother" who has 30 years of proven, flawless in-air experience on the 5 continents.
As the fastest transcontinental aircraft on the market, the Citation X flies at 975 km/h with two extremely efficient Rolls Royce AE3007C1 engines!
This gorgeous transcontinental business jet offers an original yet luxurious configuration for 12 passengers traveling more than 5000 km at a speed of 890 km/h (and up to 6000 km for 6 or 7 passengers).
This is a slightly modified and expanded version of the Citation II (including the additional 50 cm of cabin length), offering Honeywell Primus 1000 avionics and more powerful engines (P&W JT15-5D). Cessna received the “Best Business Jet 1994” award for this plane by a consortium of aeronautical magazines including "Flying Magazine".
This short, medium haul business jet is familiar to frequent flyers from the 80’s. Its 5-7 seat configuration is rather “poorly” designed with a very low and narrow cabin (3.93 meters length x 1.30 meters height). The engines also consume a large amount of energy (850 km/h for a range of 2300 km for 4 passengers & standard fuel).
This retrofit version of the Learjet 40, designed from the plans of the Learjet 45, has been on the market since 2004, and is quite popular and very much in demand for business aviation. Equipped with two reactors and 7 seats, it has the qualities of its (very) distant cousin the Learjet 31 with a cruising speed of 840 km/h, but without the latter’s excessive fuel consumption. Powered by two Honeywell TFE731-20BR reactors, it can travel a distance of 3800 km.
The Citation II is the greatest commercial success from Cessna, and more than 1,000 were produced in 15 years!
The Citation Jet Mustang is Very Light Jet created for customers seeking a convenient and economical solution for their short distance air travel. This aircraft is a concentrated version of business class, and a very good "working tool" with 4, very comfortable, VIP seats. It features a narrow but long cabin measuring almost 3 meters long (2.97 meters).
The second evolution for the Citation Jet range, the CJ2 is a longer derivation from the CJ1 and has a cabin length of 4.30 meters (1 meter more than the CJ1), covering distances of up to 2400 km at a speed of 760 km/h.