Light private jets can accommodate 6 to 8 passengers (including baggage) and have a range of 2,400 km to 4,200 km non-stop.
Launched in 2011, the Nextant 400XT is a completely redesigned version of the Beechjet 400A or Hawker 400XP. In its typical configuration, six passengers will find a state-of-the-art interior. A separate toilet ensures comfortable travel. It is one of the fastest and most efficient jets in its class. With a baggage capacity of 1.31m³, four pieces of luggage can be loaded.
The CJ2/2x from the Cessna Light Jet family are convincing charter aircraft for flights of up to three hours with up to six passengers without compromising performance and reliability. As a Light Jet, the CJ2/2+ has a limited baggage volume of approximately 1.8m³. A separate lavatory in the rear of the cabin completes the solid impression of this reliable type.
Until the end of production in 2006, the Bravo was one of the most popular light jets on the market. The comfortable cabin with a length of 4.8m and a height of 1.45m comfortably accommodates up to seven passengers in a seating group of four and three single seats. The Bravo is a reliable companion for flights up to three hours with limited baggage capacity of up to four suitcases.
The jets in the light jets category impress with their speed, comfort and efficiency at affordable prices on short and medium-haul routes. The range of these private jets depends on the number of passengers, the type/number of baggage items and the runways, and varies between 2,400 km and 4,200 km non-stop. These light jets, which can be piloted by just one pilot, cover most routes within Europe.
The cabins of the light jets are more spacious than those of the very light jets. The cabin height of max. 1.52 m allows comfortable seating. As a rule, these jets have a separate toilet in the rear part of the cabin.