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  1. Cessna acquired these two fast piston-powered airplanes when Columbia Aircraft shut down, giving these popular designs a new home backed by a solid worldwide support and service network. Rugged...
  2. The large-cabin G550, which won the prestigious Collier Trophy in 2003, combines impressive ultra-long range with innovative new safety enhancements.
  3. Bombardier's Skyjet fleet offers flexible options -- you can book a single charter trip or become a Skyjet Card Member. Either way you can choose from six size classes of aircraft, from turboprops to...
  4. Flexjet, a subsidiary of jet manufacturer Bombardier, offers a variety of fractional jet programs. Each option includes an ownership share, a monthly management fee, a base-hourly rate for flight...
  5. The largest in Boeing’s family of three business jets, the BBJ3 is based on the popular 737-900ER (extended range) airliner. It offers cavernous cabin space to configure as you like and...
  6. This newest addition to the Airbus family is based on the company's smallest airliner, providing an entry-level step into the Airbus corporate jet line.
  7. CitationAir (formerly CitationShares) is a subsidiary of Cessna Aircraft Company. Besides fractional shares, the company now also offers jet cards and various services to corporate flight departments.
  8. Marquis Jet Cards provide access to the NetJets fleet for 25 hours at a time for one simple payment. Jet cards are available on 10 different aircraft types. Combination cards provide extra...
  9. In addition to aircraft management and traditional charter services, Sentient offers a flight-card program that has attracted more than 3,000 members. These clients pay an up-front, refundable...
  10. In business more than 20 years, Richard Santulli has built the world’s second-largest airline, after American—and it consists entirely of private jets. NetJets fractional owners travel on their own...