CAPABILITIES

Most missions are possible with one of the following types of aircraft.  If you have a special need for a certain type of aircraft not shown here, we can likely accommodate you.  Please contact us to inquire.

 
Challenger 605

Challenger 605

Challenger 604

Challenger 604

Challenger 604

Challenger 604

Challenger 605

Challenger 605

Beechjet 400A

Beechjet 400A

Beechjet 400A

Beechjet 400A

Beechjet 400A

Beechjet 400A

Beechjet 400A

Beechjet 400A

Global and Regional Jets

 

Performance, capabilities and pricing can vary greatly from model to model.



Seating configurations for these aircraft range from between 8 and 22 seats with 10 to 12 being typical.  Cruise speeds are generally in the 400 to 450 Knots per hour range with some aircraft being even faster. 

 

The Challenger 604/605 is capable of many destinations worldwide without a fuel stop. This is a very comfortable, long-range, larger bodied jet offering the performance of many higher priced jets on a more economical budget.  Other global jet choices are also available.

 

The Beechjet 400A (pictured here) and Cessna Citation (similar) are great choices for regional jets.  They can both carry 7 to 8 passengers comfortably and quietly between most regional destinations.  The Gulfstream Astra SPX and G100 can economically fly coast to coast non-stop, and are also capable of reaching Hawai'i from the west coast. 

 
Beechcraft King Air 200

Beechcraft King Air 200

Beechcraft King Air 200

Beechcraft King Air 200

Beechcraft King Air 200

Beechcraft King Air 200

Beechcraft King Air 200

Beechcraft King Air 200

Cheyenne

Cheyenne

TBM 900

TBM 900

Regional Turbo-Props

 

The Beechcraft King Air is without question the most popular mid-range business / luxury aircraft of all time.  That's because when you combine the large, luxurious cabin with the relatively low acquisition and operating costs, especially for short and medium-range trips, they are hard to beat.

 

They have lavatories and refreshment centers, and can carry 8 to 9 passengers comfortably with modest baggage.


Although not as fancy, the Piper Cheyenne 400LS and Cessna Conquest II are faster and more economical choices that can fit certain mission profiles perfectly.  The Pilatus PC-12 and TBM 700 & 900 are also popular choices.

 

If you have a specific mission in mind, let us match you to your perfect aircraft.
 

 

 

 
Cessna 421C

Cessna 421C

Cessna 421C

Cessna 421C

Cessna 421C

Cessna 421C

Cessna 421C

Cessna 421C

Beechcraft Baron 58

Beechcraft Baron 58

Beechcraft Baron 58

Beechcraft Baron 58

Beechcraft Baron 58

Beechcraft Baron 58

Piper Navajo

Piper Navajo

Piper Navajo

Piper Navajo

Piper Navajo

Piper Navajo

Piston Powered Twins



This category includes aircraft like the Cessna 421C, Beechcraft Baron 58 and Piper Navajo Chieftain.  These are desirable because of their lower acquisition and operating costs as compared to turbine powered aircraft, and their higher load carrying capacity as compared to the single engine aircraft.  They retain the safety factor of having two engines for redundancy and are quite fast and comfortable as well.

 

With seating for up to 9 passengers (In the Navajo), 8 with the 421C, and 5 with the Baron, all can make mid-range destinations in a relatively short time.

The Baron has the lowest operating cost of these choices while the Navajo has the highest number of seats and load carrying capacity.
 

 
Cessna 210

Cessna 210

Cirrus SR20-22

Cirrus SR20-22

Cirrus SR20-22

Cirrus SR20-22

Cirrus SR20-22

Cirrus SR20-22

Cirrus SR20-22

Cirrus SR20-22

Cirrus SR20-22

Cirrus SR20-22

Piston Powered Singles



Up to 5 passengers - highest economy - training packages available.

 

The advantage of the single engine aircraft is in the lower operating cost.  This factor makes these aircraft an affordable possibility for nearly everyone.  If you want to learn to fly yourself, some models can make good trainers as well.

 

The Cirrus SR20 and 22 come equipped with a factory installed, whole aircraft parachute system for added safety.

 

Both the Cessna 210 and the Cirrus are great choices for someone wanting speed and economy.  Both can make quick, non-stop flights over a modest range.  The Cessna holds 5 passengers plus the pilot, the Cirrus holds 3 or 4 plus the pilot, depending on the model.