Light jet aircraft offer 1-7 passengers a fast and economic alternative for non-stop flights less than 3 hours. Cruising speed is on average 400 knots, which is slightly slower than a normal airliner. The cabin normally offers leather seating. Beverages and snacks are available, but a variety of catering can be arranged. A semi-private lavatory is usually available. Baggage capacity is often limited.
Midsize jet aircraft offer 1-8 passengers a luxury and efficient transport for non-stop flights less than 4-5 hours. Cruising speed is on average the same as for a normal airliner. The exclusive leather seating can be arranged for a meeting or adjusted for a relaxing time on board. Beverages and snacks are available, but a variety of catering can be arranged. Stewardess is available upon request. A private lavatory is usually standard. A separate baggage compartment can accommodate normal amount of luggage.
Heavy jet aircraft offer the ultimate flying experience and is the superior choice for non-stop flights up to 10-12 hours. A VIP configured heavy jet will offer you all the amenities you need such as gourmet-catering, entertainment systems, sat-phone, meeting and sleeping facilities. Private lavatory/ies is standard and a stewardess will make sure that you have all you need onboard. A heavy jet can carry 1-45 passengers in VIP configuration or up to 150 passengers in regular airliner configuration. Luggage volume restrictions are normally not an issue.
Turboprop aircraft can be the economic alternative for non-stop flights less than 3-4 hours. They can be used to transport 2-3 people up to groups of 30-70 passengers. Depending on the aircraft the cabin interior offers everything from normal airline seating to more spacious and luxurious seating. Beverages and snacks are normally available, but a variety of catering can be arranged. Lavatory is usually available on turboprop carrying 10 passengers or more. Baggage capacity is often limited.