Ultra Long Range Aircrafts

  • The Ammenities of an Ultra Long Range Jet
  • Deep dive into the most popular Ultra Long Range Jets
  • What types of travelers should be booking Ultra Long Range Jets
 

 

When it comes to business aviation, there are a lot of factors to consider when choosing your private air charter. When factoring speed, comfort, cost and range these Long Range Jets should be at the the top of your list for each category. The twin-engine Boeing Business Jet 777X is known to be the longest range private jet available, which is capable of flying over 11,000nm before needed to refuel even when the plane is filled with max passengers. The cabins about 2300 sq feet big, with a width of 19 ft 7 inches and has unlimited customization which allows the aircraft to become a second home.

The Bombardier Global 7500 has the capability to travel 7,700 nautical miles without making a fuel stop. This range allows for travel between the major cities of the world, taking away the limit of travel within your country. The Global 7500s cabin is over 6 ft longer than the Gulfstream G650ER which could be the difference between working in a closet compared to an office space. The Falcon 8x is the latest business class jet with an extra 500 nautical miles of range. The Falcon 8X has a smaller size to it compared to other Ultra Long Range aircrafts so the aircraft can take off on smaller airports that other smaller aircrafts such as Mid Size Jets, and Super Mid Size Jets can take off on for added convenience. 

Ultra long range jets are certainly not the cheapest option when looking for private jet charter. But they do have a very versatile and luxurious checklist, which makes them an excellent choice when your travel requires the range or your party is large enough to justify it. 


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