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Business jet

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Learjet 45's Business Jet.
Dassault Falcon 900 EX's Business Jet.
Pakistan Air Force Embraer Phenom 100's Business Jet'.

A business jet is an aircraft designed and built for transporting a small group of passengers, between four and twenty people. Generally it is a twin-turbojet aircraft, but some are tri-jet (such as Falcon 50), or four-engine (like the Jetstar). In some cases it is even airliners that have been turned into this kind of aircraft, like Airbus A320CJ or Boeing 737BJ.[1]

Some business jets are used by air forces for priority and VIP transport. Some are owned by the companies that use them, and some by other companies who provide service for business or private trips.[2]

Examples[change | change source]

Twin-engine aircraft[change | change source]

Tri-jet aircraft[change | change source]

Four-engine aircraft[change | change source]

Bibliography[change | change source]

  • Stewart Wilson, Airliners of the world, Aerospace Publications Australia, 1999. ISBN 1-875671-44-7

Related pages[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. "Private jet travellers to benefit from Skyjet's booking website". www.bizjetsjobs.com. 6 July 2016. Retrieved 31 July 2016.[permanent dead link]
  2. "Private Jet Charter". Archived from the original on 2016-05-18. Retrieved 2015-07-13.