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The purchase of a private jet requires a thoughtful review of a number of considerations. What type of jet to purchase, preferred manufacturers, and ongoing cost of maintenance are all important factors that must be considered before buying an aircraft. The team at Flightpath understands these concerns, which is why we have highlighted several industry leaders in aircraft manufacturing to expedite your search. Whether you’re looking for a Bombardier aircraft for sale or the best deal for a Beechcraft jet, you’ll know exactly what to anticipate in regards to size, range, cost, and capabilities.
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When you’re considering buying a private jet, it’s important to determine the level of usage you will require. If you require an aircraft for personal travel, your needs will likely be different than if you were purchasing a jet for business travel.
For family vacations, an Embraer jet that seats four to six passengers may be a better fit for you than a Gulfstream, which can accommodate larger parties of up to 14 passengers. Determining the regular size of your travel party will significantly assist in determining the aircraft that will best suit your travel requirements.
With over a decade of experience, our team is able to advise you on the particular dimensions for a number of different aircraft manufacturers, including Gulfstream, Beechcraft, Dessualt, and Bombardier.
Whether you are looking to buy a Challenger to add to your existing fleet or want to ensure you get a fair market price for a used Cessna, our team can assist you through the entire process. Contact Flightpath today to find out how we can assist you on your new private jet purchase!
With the primary goal of passenger comfort, it is unusually wide-bodied and can carry up to 10 passengers in its 8.2 foot wide cabin, yet it has transcontinental range, and is able to complete nonstop flights between almost any two cities in Canada.
The Citation CJ3 jet delivers superior unparalleled reliability without sacrificing productivity and comfort. With upgraded IntrinzicTMflight deck power by Garmin® G3000TM, operating this single-pilot certified jet is so intuitive; it’s fueling the passion for flight in pilots and passengers alike.
With its best-in-class performance, the Phenom 300 exceeds the expectations of light jet capabilities. The spacious cabin provides an abundance of natural light, making the Phenom 300 the new standard for comfort.
Flightpath’s feature very light jet aircraft, the Phenom 100, represents the most advanced of 21st century avionics. This VLJ aircraft is built for your comfort by a leading Brazilian aircraft manufacturers, Embraer. This aircraft was awarded the “Best of the Best Business Jet” in 2014 by Robb Report Magazine, for good reason.
The Beechcraft King Air is the bench mark for all aircraft in its class. With unrivaled short field performance this aircraft is capable of operating from short airstrips with heavy loads over long distances. The cabin is very spacious and is configured with wide executive seating.
Bombardier’s best-known range of business jets are a part of their Global Express family which includes the Global 5000, 6000, 7000 and 8,000. Larger, long-range jets, these aircraft can accommodate 13 to 17 passengers. So, if you’re looking for a jet that can transport your entire business team to far off destinations, consider one of these Bombardier aircraft for sale.
The manufacturer is most-known for the King Air, which celebrated their 52nd anniversary this year. The aircraft, which can seat 5 to 9 passengers, is utilized as an executive aircraft, air ambulance and a regional airliner. Its success in these departments comes from the fact that is affordable and reliable compared to other aircraft in this category. Even if you’re buying a used Beechcraft King Air for sale, you can still get a 1,500 nautical miles flight range for a smaller price tag compared to other aircraft in this category.
Hawker Aircraft Limited has been producing aircraft since right after the First World War and was renamed from H.G. Hawker Engineering to Hawker Aircraft Limited in 1933. Today, the company’s legacy is maintained by Textron, an American-based business jet manufacturer.
The company’s aerospace is based in Savannah, Georgia. The company started off with military aircraft production under the name of Grumman and was renamed Gulfstream in 1968. This was when they began producing business jets including the G200 and G450.
Known for their trademark wide, oval windows, the G200 and G450 are the most popular models in the mid-sized jet class so if you’re buying a Gulfstream, you can trust that these jets will provide you comfort and ease.
Embraer, a Brazilian aerospace manufacturing company, produces commercial, military, executive and agricultural aircraft. Buying an Embraer aircraft allows you to experience the class and comfort of purchasing a reliable business jet from one of the largest aircraft manufacturing companies in the world. Headquartered in São José dos Campos, the company was founded in 1969 by Ozires Silva.
In the aviation business since 1927, Cessna Aircraft Company is both founded and based out of America’s aviation capital, Wichita, Kansas. The company’s founder, Clyde Cessna, started off by making small piston and turboprop aircraft and eventually worked his way up to producing a variety of business jets.
With roots in the heart of Europe, Dassault Falcon was founded by French manufacturer Marcel Dassault in 1929. Based in France, the company started off producing military fighter jets and eventually began production of business jets in 1963. Since the company expanded to business aviation, they have delivered over 2,100 jets throughout over 80 countries.