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Monthly Archives: November 2014

Embraer Lineage 1000

Aircraft of the Week - Embraer Lineage 1000 This week’s aircraft of the week is the Embraer Lineage 1000, an aircraft that doesn’t fit as easily into a category as other jets of it’s size and specifications. At first glance, the Embraer Lineage 1000 is a narrowbody airliner. The Embraer Lineage 1000 was built as a variant of the Embraer 190, a regional jet, traditionally configured for 94 passengers. The Embraer Lineage 1000 makes huge changes to the regional airliner by dropping the maximum capacity from 94 passengers to a much more comfortable 19. While not technically as large as a BBJ or ACJ, the Embraer Lineage 1000 still has a larger cabin than long ranged business jets, and is just slightly smaller than competing narrowbodies (BBJ & ACJ). The Embraer Lineage 1000 further modifies the Embraer 190 by dropping the cargo area for a much needed upgrade: fuel tanks, this nearly doubles the range to 4,500 nmi, not enormous in terms of competing narrowbodies, or competing long range business jets, but still a large enough range to hold it’s own. Lest we forget that 4,500 nmi is enough range to fly from New York to western Russia. Boasting a maximum speed of mach 0.83, the Embraer Lineage 1000 is a rare find, only 13 have been built thus far, and I have been lucky enough to see two. All Lineage 1000s come with a lavish VIP configured interior which at first glance looks like a Global Express 6000/XRS, but the larger cabin space is apparent as soon as you step through the door. With full sized bedrooms, lavatories with full sized showers, and full sized galleys, the Embraer Lineage 1000 does not come up short

Private Jet Charter Guide

Private Jet Charter Guide Part 1 Private Jet Charter is a term given to the full rental of a private aircraft for a limited duration (usually the duration of the trip in question) but there are a lot of questions that arise when talking about private jet charter. How are prices calculated? How does private jet charter even work? Along with many other questions. Private jet charter is an alternative to private jet timeshare or fractional ownership. Both fractional ownership and private jet timeshare are a way to fly on private aircraft of your choice by essentially buying partial ownership of said aircraft. Now while fractional ownership and private jet timeshare have their own pros and cons (Both have been discussed and debunked as terrible methods here: Fractional Ownership, Private Jet Timeshare) private jet charter is a whole other idea. Private jet charter means that you pay for exactly what you use, nothing less and nothing more. In this part of our 4 part charter guide, we start by following an example trip, from the very beginning to the very end, and discuss all of the steps of your private jet charter. *Of course, for the sake of simplicity, we will assume this example trip is booked by a customer of ours and will run through our system. Of course other entities have their own booking engines and procedures, but we believe it will be more comprehensive to stick to what we know for this guide. A customer enters our website searching for a good deal on private jet charter, and uses our booking engine through the book a trip tab. This customer, who will hereon be referred to as John, enters his details: 9 passengers, flying from JFK airport

Last Minute Charters for Thanksgiving

Last Minute Charters for Thanksgiving are available from aircharter.com. Very soon, families will sit down for Thanksgiving weekend! If you’re interested in flying, this would be the best time to book your charter to travel anywhere in the world in order to enjoy your flight. Most of the commercial aircraft are almost fully booked for such flights. Furthermore, air traffic in the world might just be dense, causing delays and cancelations of flights to their destination, resulting in obligations to take ground transportation which won’t be as comfortable and convenient as air travel. With us, you can travel from your home town or city to any city in the world on a chartered jet and get there feeling rested, relaxed and ready to enjoy your time there. You can pick from any of our available collection of aircraft the best jet to fit your needs based on our group size and distance. AirCharter.com offers a full concierge service that can coordinate any aspect of your trip from customized limousine service, ground transportation, and even cargo for large groups with heavy luggage. Aircharter can arrange for private VIP charter for your family and friends. With many options available for nearly unlimited passengers, you can carry your whole family, and even some friends. Flying commercial always has it’s downsides with long securityand TSA checks, very little privacy, and longer wait times. Chartering your own private jet means having the ultimate in flying luxury, more leg room, head room, VIP catering and the most luxurious in services. Our airliner sized aircraft have on board conference rooms, full kitchens, and showers. Last minute flights from anywhere in the world are ready for your family or friends. With high commercial air traffic during this period,

Private Flights to Daytona Beach

Private Flights to Daytona Beach Daytona Beach International Airport, although being an international airport, is one of the highest traffic airports for private flights. With Four FBOs (fixed base operators) and 8 flight schools on site, this airport is more on the scale of executive airport than an international airport. Daytona Beach International Airport covers about 1,800 acres of real estate, with 3 major runways spanning 10,500, 6,000, and 3,200 ft respectively. The longest runway can accommodate any production aircraft imaginable, while the 6,000 ft runway is perfect for any private aircraft, with a few exceptions (such as widebody business jets). The 3,000 ft runway is great for the aviation schools hosted in the airport, but also as a third runway for piston and turboprop aircraft to land at/take off from. With a yearly density of about 300,000 aircraft takeoffs and landings yearly, one can clearly see how Daytona Beach International Airport compares to much smaller executive airports also considering that a mere 1% of those aircraft are commercial aircraft. With larger airports such as these, your embarking and disembarking will be handled exclusively by an FBO, allowing you to avoid long lines at security and TSA, and board your aircraft directly after a brief security search. All four FBOs at Daytona Beach International Airport offer beautifully designed and comfortable lounges and waiting areas and also offer ground catering and can accommodate special dining or security requests. Located approximately three miles from Daytona Beach, this airport not only offers near-direct access to Daytona beach but also the Daytona International Speedway, home to the Daytona 500 since 1959. The Daytona Beach International Airport is one of the most commonly chartered to airports in the United States,

Piaggio P180 Avanti

Aircraft of the Week - Piaggio P180 Avanti The Piaggio P180 Avanti is a unique aircraft, loved by many, ridiculed by others. Those who have seen the P180 Avanti in person have realized how beautiful of a turboprop it is, especially compared to other turboprops sharing its basic specifications. What makes the P180 Avanti so great? Firstly, the P180 Avanti has a small forward wing, in addition to a rear wing, generally, this type of forward wing has never been seen outside of supersonic aircraft (with some exceptions of course). The P180 Avanti’s forward wing is meant to compensate for how incredibly far back the main wing is, with the rear wing nearly reaching the tail section. It is hard to miss that the twin turboprop engines on the P180 Avanti are pointing backwards instead of forwards. These two turboprop engines are mounted behind the cabin, and instead of pulling air towards the rear, these engine push the air backwards. But why this unique configuration for this turboprop? The P180 Avanti has a cruise speed of 455 mph, something more comparable to a light jet than a turboprop. For example, the Cessna CJ1 cruises at 447 mph while offering a range of 1,300 nm, whereas the P180 Avanti has a longer range, approximately 1,500 nm. This is due to the unorthodox aircraft’s configuration of rear mounted rear pushing turboprop engines. This engine configuration not only helps fuel economy, but also cabin noise levels. The rear pushing engines are known to be loud, but only to the outside world, in the cabin, the noise is a manageable 68 dBA, quite a bit quieter than traditional turboprops. The fuel burn rate for the P180 Avanti is 3.1

Private Charter Flights to Las Vegas

Private Charter Flights to Las Vegas If you have flown to the Las Vegas area, it is more than likely you have seen McCarran International Airport. McCarran International Airport or LAS as per it’s given FAA LID, is the major airport serving the las vegas area. With several FBO (fixed base operators) on site capable of serving your every ground-based needs, from ground based catering to security and limo services. LAS’s facilities span 2,800 acres and include the Las Vegas Executive Air Terminal. With an estimated 625,000 aircraft takeoffs and landings a year, LAS is a enormous airport in terms of traffic. But worry not, as LAS also serves a large amount of private flights yearly. Las Vegas is one of the most popular destinations worldwide, and LAS has become the most popular airport in the area despite nearby airports such as North Las Vegas Airport, LAS continues to be a number one airport for charter flights in the area. LAS is approximately a 15 minute drive from the center of Las Vegas, giving you near instant access to shopping centers as well as the Las Vegas strip. LAS a very popular airport for celebrities and businessmen alike, with on site amenities not offered by other airports. The second option for private flights is the North Las Vegas Airport or VGT. VGT is the second airport in the Las Vegas area and is the second busiest airport in Las Vegas and the third busiest in all of Nevada. VGT is located near the center of Las Vegas and allows more direct access to the city in a reasonable amount of time. VGT covers an area of 920 acres and includes two runways at 5,000 ft long

Gulfstream Jet Specifications and Charter Info

Gulfstream Jet Specifications and Charter Info Gulfstream jets are very common jets in the industry, nearly as common as lear jets for smaller flights, and much more popular as aircraft for longer ranged flights. Gulfstream’s ability to produce amazing long range jets never ceases to astound the industry. Starting in 1958 Gulfstream has built various types of private aircraft and continues to do so in a reliable and exciting manner. Instead of covering all of Gulfstream's previous models it is more efficient to detail the most commonly chartered business jets in addition to their current product line. We start with Gulfstream's flagship business jet, the G650, which is a long range large jet capable of carrying 19 passengers and capable of flying over 7000 nautical miles. The latest and greatest of avionics and luxury features have been included in the G650, features including full touchscreen panels for pilots and all passengers, in addition to a full-scale in-flight infotainment system with a stunning surround sound system and lie flat seats with a relaxing massage features. The G650 is the fastest large jet produced by Gulfstream or any other manufacturer. Capable of flying mach .9 or a slower mach 8.5, this business jet is at the very top when compared to other business jets in its category. Secondly is the G550 also capable of holding 19 passengers and flying approximately 5800 nautical miles. Many of the same cabin amenities offered by the G650 are available on the G550 including but not limited to massage seats, large oval windows, the in-flight infotainment system with surround sound and of course lie flat seats for all passengers. The average cost to charter this aircraft per hour is approximately $10,000. While cheaper than the G650

Gulfstream Jet Specifications and Charter Info

Gulfstream Jet Specifications and Charter Info Gulfstream jets are very common jets in the industry, nearly as common as lear jets for smaller flights, and much more popular as aircraft for longer ranged flights. Gulfstream’s ability to produce amazing long range jets never ceases to astound the industry. Starting in 1958 Gulfstream has built various types of private aircraft and continues to do so in a reliable and exciting manner. Instead of covering all of Gulfstream's previous models it is more efficient to detail the most commonly chartered business jets in addition to their current product line. We start with Gulfstream's flagship business jet, the G650, which is a long range large jet capable of carrying 19 passengers and capable of flying over 7000 nautical miles. The latest and greatest of avionics and luxury features have been included in the G650, features including full touchscreen panels for pilots and all passengers, in addition to a full-scale in-flight infotainment system with a stunning surround sound system and lie flat seats with a relaxing massage features. The G650 is the fastest large jet produced by Gulfstream or any other manufacturer. Capable of flying mach .9 or a slower mach 8.5, this business jet is at the very top when compared to other business jets in its category. Secondly is the G550 also capable of holding 19 passengers and flying approximately 5800 nautical miles. Many of the same cabin amenities offered by the G650 are available on the G550 including but not limited to massage seats, large oval windows, the in-flight infotainment system with surround sound and of course lie flat seats for all passengers. The average cost to charter this aircraft per hour is approximately $10,000. While cheaper than the G650

Private Charter Flights to Van Nuys Airport

Private Charter Flights to Van Nuys Airport Just as Teterboro is the major charter hub for the northeastern united states, Van Nuys Airport in Los Angeles is the most common executive airport in the southwest. Averaging over 1200 landings and takeoffs a day, Van Nuys airport is without doubt a massive executive airport. No commercial flights originate or terminate here, making this a purely privately used airport. Just within the city limits of Los Angeles and spanning over a 730 acre area, Van Nuys airport is located 30 minutes away from downtown Los Angeles or the West Hollywood / Beverly Hills area. Van Nuys serves as a major airport to reduce congestion at the nearby Los Angeles International (LAX) airport. In terms of practicality, flying to Van Nuys is faster and easier than flying in to LAX whist flying private. With no international terminals and long TSA and security checks, aircraft are able to land and takeoff with little delay, using any of the Fixed Base Operators (FBOs) as a terminal instead of having to go through the hassle of airport terminal lines. With two major runways, spanning 4,000 ft and 8,000 ft respectively, aircraft as large as an airliner can land here without an issue, meaning any large scale charter aircraft such as a regional jet or a BBJ can land in Van Nuys without issue. Security and safety are an important aspect of any airport, an the Van Nuys airport boasts 24 hour patrols and other services to ensure airfield security. This coupled with the 4 FBOs located at Van Nuys offering their own security and safety precautions. Van Nuys remains one of our favorite executive airports in the world. Most customers prefer to land

Boeing Business Jet

Aircraft of the Week - Boeing Business Jet   The Boeing Business Jet is a VIP configured airliner which can be assigned to many platforms. Boeing BBJs are usually Boeing 737s although many other variants exist, in narrow body and wide body format. Ranging from the smaller 737-700 known as the BBJ1, to enormous Boeing 747-800s or 787s. But this week’s aircraft of the week is the classic BBJ1, based on the 737-700 platform and made available in 1998, this was the very first Boeing Business Jet offered by Boeing. The Boeing BBJ1 offers an expected airliner class range of 6200 nmi, enough range to fly from New York to Tokyo with plenty of fuel to spare. Capable of seating up to 63 passengers, Boeing BBJ1s are generally configured for 18 or 19 passengers in their most common configurations. Capable of cruising at 553 mph, the Boeing Business Jet is a speedy alternative to slower super long ranged business jets. Offering the most prestigious luxury possibilities on airliners, the BBJ1 quickly became an important VIP airliner in the industry. The Boeing Business Jet has different living spaces, including bedrooms, dining rooms, meeting rooms, bars, and full sized lavatories with showers. With enough space onboard to accommodate even the most unique of demands, the BBJ platform has made way for other types of VIP airliners. With hundreds of VIP configured Boeings in the world, in addition to Airbus’s ACJs, Boeing still manufactures and sells quite a few Boeing Business Jets. Demand is high for BBJs as they have a history of safety and luxury. Compared to a super long range jet capable of seating 18 passengers, such as the Global Express or Gulfstream G650, a Boeing BBJ1 costs approximately the same per