Description of JETSTREAM 41
Learn more about the British Aerospace Jetstream 41
The Jetstream 41 is a stretched version of the very successful Jetstream 31 and can seat up to 29 passengers in a two-by-one arrangement. It made its first flight on 25 September 1991 and was certified on 23 November 1992.
This 30-seat twin-turboprop regional jet designed by British Aerospace was designed to compete with the Embraer Brasilia, Dornier 328 and Saab 340 already in production. The positioning of its wings offers passengers greater comfort on board and a large luggage compartment.
The Jetstream 41 can fly at a speed of 470 km/h over a distance of 1300 km.
Pilot’s advice: Regularly used for group trips (sports clubs, supporters, musicians, engineers, etc …) at a very competitive price. Good availability in Europe from Switzerland or France.
Charter a turboprop with AEROAFFAIRES for your next group trip
Many of our customers hire a Jetstream for small group charters. Whether you are looking to fly out your staff for an important business trip or conference, provide transport for a sports team or for a group of musicians (and their instruments or equipment), AEROAFFAIRES can adapt your air charter to your needs.
Booking a private plane to travel as a group offers a significant financial advantage. Chartering is often cheaper than the group travel offers of regular airlines. AEROAFFAIRES is committed to respecting your budget and promises to offer you the solution best suited to your needs.
When you charter a turboprop for a small group charter, you can enjoy great cost-efficiency and access to many smaller or more remote airports not usually accessible by larger commercial jets. This is ideal when optimising your budget and saving time is a priority.
Private Jet Equivalent: Embraer 120