Light Jet Aircraft


Aircraft Information and Specifications It is a quicker and more far-reaching variation of the famous Citation 2 Light Jet. Bravo's cab has been developed to reduce low-frequency motor noises, and has several luggage sections with plenty of room for your golfer's bag and several ski kits. Citation Jet 3 is more than 1.22 meters (4 feet) longer than the Citation Jet's originals and offers greater passenger convenience, space and area.

As an extended Citation 2 this is a light jet that is at the same time inexpensive. Premier 1 also has ample luggage space for an aircraft of this magnitude.

What is the difference between turbo prop and light aircraft?

At Stratos Jet Charters we often get light jet charters when the air fare can be done without problems with a turbo prop at a cheaper rate. Often privately owned jet passengers are not familiar with the pros and cons of a turbo-prop jet charters. On other occasions, jet charterers are just under the wrong idea that turbo-props are less luxury than light aircraft.

At Stratos Jet Charters, we would like to take this chance to tell you about the main difference between turbo prop and light jet so that you can make an educated choice for your next trip. Even though turbo-props are not usually regarded as privately owned jets, they still belong to the class of privately owned jets because they are driven by a jet propulsion system.

Actually, a turbo prop aircraft is more of a junction between a reciprocating jet aircraft and a turbo jet aircraft. Inside turbo propellers, a gasturbine uses natural propellant to propel a thruster and generate thrusts (one of four reactions required for flight), rather than rely on jet fumes like turbo fans.

Turbo prop aircraft have been specifically developed to be the most effective at low heights and at lower velocities below 450 km/h. The aircraft is equipped with a wide range of engines and a wide range of engines. Flying turbo-props at the right height and speed, they are highly effective and consume less propellant than most light aircraft, which in turn reduces the aircraft's throughput.

As a result, the turbo-prop jet charters are a cost-effective and appealing option for same-day charters of less than 500 mph. Thus, for example, a turbo prop would be the most cost-effective option for a Miami-Nassau chartership. A further great benefit of turbo-props for charters is that they have outstanding take-off and recovery capability at close range.

Compared to light aircraft, most turbo-prop aircraft have significantly faster take-off and landings, i.e. they have direct flights to smaller local aerodromes with faster take-off and landings. Mean light or medium jet aircraft require at least 5,000 ft of airstrip, while some turbo-props with only 3,000 ft of airstrip length can take off and landing securely.

As a result, turbo-props will gain entry to some of the most hard-to-reach aerodromes in the world. Even though the Turbo Prop is an economical aircraft for short-haul flight, it is not the most economical and economical aircraft for long-haul or high-speed charters. Indeed, everything the turbo-prop represents - power, quick start and propellant economy - goes straight out the door as the aircraft approaches ultrasound velocity.

Also, because turbo-props fly at lower speeds, they do not have the same cruising ranges as light aircraft. When you need to cover a greater flight or reach your goal quickly, a light or medium class aircraft is the better option for your outing. A further drawback of turbo-prop aircraft is that they cannot normally rise higher than 30,000ft.

And as we have already stated in previous reviews, height can be an important factor in the overall value of your charters as well. This may seem trite, but the flying levels of your aircraft can actually influence the amount of turmoil and adverse meteorological events you may be experiencing during your flights. But if you want to prevent the "bumpy" space, a medium sized aircraft is the most suitable aircraft for your trip.

In terms of luxuries, turbo-prop staterooms are as deluxe and convenient as most light jetliners. Indeed, our certified aircraft fleet includes several turbo-prop aircraft that are among the most safe and sophisticated in the entirety. If you would like to book a Jet Charters flight for your own or a group, please call Stratos Jet Charters at (888) 593-9066.

Jet charters are available around the clock to offer you several offers of jet services for your on-demand flights.

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