With the increasing popularity of air charter service in Canada, more and more people are choosing the luxurious and fastest travel options today all across the world than ever before. However, with the whole concept being quite new, not everyone might be an expert when it comes to understanding and choosing private jets.
Most jet charter services offers quite a few option of jets to choose from, ranging from price, speed, capacity, interiors and much more. However, if you are new to the field to hiring jets, you might not always get the best out of your deal. That is we share this article published by Forbes, that is a comprehensive step-by-step guide on how to pick the right private jet:
A Beginners Guide To Choosing Your Private Jet
Problems. Problems. When your biggest problem is figuring out what type of private jet to charter for your next trip, well, they wouldn’t understand, you do still have other problems. So if you aren’t sure which jet type is right for you, here is an overview to get you started.
While the mainstream media may group private aircraft all together, the fact is there are “huge” differences as Boeing 757 operator and Republican Presidential candidate Donald J. Trump might say. Jet Advisors, a company that advises private jet purchasers lists over 80 choices of jet spread across eight categories.
Starting from Small Compact Light Jets, sometimes referred to as VLJs, or Very Light Jets, informal classifications range up to what in industry lingo are called Bizliners, essentially the types of planes you might find being flown commercially by regional airlines and even Boeing 737s, 757s and Airbus A320 types. Of course, these ones don’t have hundreds of seats, but instead feature private bedrooms, showers, board tables, media rooms and plenty of legroom to spread out in leather lounge chairs.
While it may seem like being in a candy store, even for the relatively small commitment of a single charter flight, getting the right jet can impact your experience. You need to consider how many people will be on your flight, and also how much luggage. Also, are you carrying specialty luggage such as golf clubs, skis and bikes. In addition to size, there is weight.
The more people and more luggage you load on, the shorter the range. While that may not mean much if you are making a short hop, it will eliminate certain aircraft types if you want to fly nonstop. Of course, a fuel stop while flying privately often means only about 20 minutes.
Now that you know what are the factors to consider, your decision will be much better when it comes to choosing the right jet. That means, you can make the most out of trips and investments, and be a savvy traveller, all at the same time.