Friday, May 7, 2010

Private jets(fly high)

Turbo Props

The lightest aircraft aloft combines the use of twin propellers and a turbine engine to fly. With a conservative use of fuel, the turbo prop is the most cost-efficient aircraft for short-service flights. Ideal for short to mid-range flights. Capacity to hold 6-8 passengers, average cruising speed of 280-315 mph and average nonstop range of just over 1,000 miles. In addition, we have turbo prop airliners which hold 12-29 passengers.

King Air C90B
King Air B200
King Air 350


Quick on and off the ground and agile in the air, helicopters are a versatile air travel option that allows ultimate accessibility. Capacity to hold 4-6 passengers, averaging cruising speed of 150-194 mph and average nonstop range of 450-591 miles.

Light Jets

A sleek entrance into the jet class, light jets feature pressurized cabins and can fly at higher altitudes than their prop counterparts. A smooth ride, with the luxury of a quiet engine. Most economical choice for short to mid-range trips. Capacity to hold 5-8 passengers, average cruising speed of 400-560 mph and average nonstop range of 1,500 miles.

Medium Jets

The most versatile of the fleet. With the comfort of the larger aircrafts and agility of smaller models, the medium jet offers a best-in-class experience. Capacity to hold 7-9 passengers, average cruising speed of 510-590 mph and average nonstop range of 2,100 miles.

Jumbo Jets

More commonly known as a commercial airliner, this aircraft, available through Blue Star Jets, is anything but. Traveling at higher speed with greater range, the jumbo jet can fly the globe delivering any entourage any distance. Whether it's a sports team or a rock tour, this member of the fleet can be configured for executive, coach or even private travel with bedrooms and any other amenity you can think of.

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