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Twin Engine Piston
The Beechcraft Baron is a light twin-engined piston aircraft introduced in 1961. the Baron line is an offshoot of the Travel Air twin, which was largely a development of the Bonanza single. Since its inception, the Baron has always been near the top of the light airplane hierarchy and continues production to this day.
Twin Engine Piston
In the skies of regional Australia, across the outback and between every major city; the Piper PA31 Chieftain is known as a true workhorse which has shaped the air charter industry throughout the world.
Beechcraft Kingair B200
Twin Engine Turboprop
The Beechcraft King Air is the world’s most popular turboprop aircraft. Beech Aircraft developed the King Air in 1964 as a compromise between piston-engine and jet aircraft; it could fly farther and higher than piston-engine aircraft yet land on the short runways of most small airports.
The Mustang is an entry-level jet that offers a high level of performance, versatility, economy, and comfort for up to 5 passengers. It is an ideal family jet that is perfect for shorter trips. The Citation Mustang is certified for single-pilot operations and a maximum operating altitude of 41,000 feet.
With best-in-class performance, comfort, and utility, the Phenom 300 stretches the limits of the light jet category. This is a jet that has been designed to outperform the competition in just about every area. Bigger, faster, and with lower operating costs than its competitors, this jet makes sense in today’s economic climate.
The Falcon 900C has an excellent track record for dependability, reliability and outstanding value. It provides superior cabin comfort with room for 13 passengers, and can be separated into two cabin areas. The Falcon 900C pairs an expansive carrying capacity with the impressive range needed for a cross-country jaunt or intercontinental trip.