The Praetors are aircraft certainly in keeping with their name, leading the way in redefining the characteristics of what a midsize and super-midsize aircraft deliver to the market.
William P. Hobby Airport (KHOU) is a medium-sized airport located seven miles away from downtown Houston. Learn about the top 10 private jet charter routes and pricing from HOU.
Chicago has grown into one of the most popular cities in the US. Below you’ll see a graphic which shows you some of the most common routes from MDW including times, distances and prices.
At just 11 miles from downtown Miami, Opa Locka Airport is a great option for private jet charters in and out of Miami. Learn about the top 10 routes from OPF.
Palm Beach International Airport (PBI) is one of two airports in Florida which makes our list of the top 10 most popular airports for private charter.
As the capital of the United States, it stands to reason that Washington’s Dulles International Airport will continue to enjoy a place as one of the most frequented US airports for private jet charter.
Learn about the most common private jet routes to and from Teterboro airport - one of the busiest and most popular private jet airports.
The primary commercial airport in the Las Vegas Valley is McCarran International Airport. Take a look at the graphic below to discover the top 10 destinations from McCarran International Airport.
If you’re looking to join the long list of private flyers at Van Nuys Airport, we have just the thing for you. Check out the infographic below for a list of the top 10 destinations from Van Nuys Airport.
If you’ve decided you want to own or run your own aircraft, one of the most important questions you should ask yourself is whether you should buy an aircraft, or simply lease one. Contrary to what you may think, the answer is not as straightforward as just working out whether or not you can afford to buy an aircraft.
With the XP67A Engine Upgrade, the King Air 350 is a new breed. The new engines give it a speed boost of 30-40 knots with similar fuel consumption. The XP67A-powered King Air 350 can fly from sea level to 35,000 feet in just 18 minutes and has a max cruise speed of up to 340 knots at 28,000 feet.
The Falcon 6X will offer a mix of range, comfort and capability no other large-cabin business jet can match while guaranteeing fully mature systems and a proven power plant.