Private Jet Comparison
If we have said it once, we have said it a thousand times. While price is always a key driver in the decision making process for securing your private jet, there are other factors that are important to ensure that your group gets matched up with the right aircraft for the trip.
In some cases, you will have multiple types of aircraft all priced comparably, and you can weigh the aircraft specs, layout/look, the carrier safety rating, operational history, and our overall recommendation to make your choice. In other cases, an aircraft may be priced right but it may be worth spending a little more to get a jet that will ultimately be a better fit for your group. For instance, a family of 8 may be very comfortable in a midsize jet with that eighth passenger on a belted lav. For a business trip, this may not be the right fit and you will want eight seats in the main cabin. Similarly, each aircraft may have a unique layout, featuring captain chairs, 3 or 4 person divans, etc. We look to understand your travel needs and make a recommendation that fits best.
The guide below provides an overview of common aircraft specs to give you a starting point. The seating capacity, cabin size, cargo capacity and range may all make one aircraft more suitable for the flight than another. If you would like a heavy jet to fly from LA to Punta Cana, a Challenger 600 or 850 won't have the range, but a Falcon 900 will.