Offering extra cabin room the Midsized Jet offers a very good option for groups of up around 8-20 passengers wanting to travel on the medium haul flights in extreme VIP comfort. 

With most aircraft offering stand up cabins, aft lavatory and a full front galley, the Midsized Jet offers great value for money.

 

Cessna Sovereign Citation 680

Cessna Sovereign Citation 680

Base: The Middle East

The Citation Sovereign is Cessna’s version of what a  business jet should be: comfortable, high-performing, and economical.  The strongest feature of the Sovereign is its  range; it has coast-to-coast capabilities, like large jets, but still retains  the features that make midsize private jets so advantageous. 

It can take off in under 4,000 feet, a feat  still unmatched by other midsized jets, and can cruise at around .75 Mach (458 knots).

The Cessna Citation Sovereign 680 is a low-wing aircraft with retractable tricycle landing gear and a cruciform tail. A pressurized cabin accommodates a crew of two plus eight to twelve passengers (nine is standard). Fuel stored in the wings offers generous range for missions ty…

Challenger 600-2B16

Challenger 600-2B16

Base: Bejing, China

Bombardier’s Challenger series, perhaps its most successful line, has only become better with experience. Because the original Challenger was so successful, Bombardier continues to use its general design while incorporating up-to-date technology and improvements on well-received components. It would be a challenge, pun intended, to fill the shoes of the Challenger 604, the “best-selling model in the heavy-iron category.” However, the Challenger 605 maintains every praised feature of its predecessor, adding freedom, innovation and performance capabilities. It’s no wonder that this $27 million long-range business jet is a valuable asset to corporate clients.

Challenger 850ER

Challenger 850ER

Base: Rafic Hariri International Airport, Lebanon

The Challenger 850 ER is derived from the Canadair Regional Jet series. The Regional Jet offers significantly more space as well as a larger wingspan and therefore more stable flight characteristics. As a high-performance business “shuttle”, the 850 ELR is a real powerhouse. Each of the General Electric CF34-3B1 engines delivers a thrust of 8,729 pounds.