Light Jet

The Light jets have been a staple of the business jet industry since the advent of the Lear Jet in the early 1960s. The light jets provide not only access to the small airports but also the speed to be a highly affective air travel tool. In recent years new aircraft such as the Cessna Citation jet line and Grob SPn from Grob Aerospace are raising the bar in terms of aircraft speed, comfort, fuel efficiency and affordability.

The Super Light business jets are categories as the Light jet aircraft with the larger cabin space, high speed and longer flight range capabilities; which include the Sino Swearingen SJ30-2, Bombardier’s Learjet 40 and 60 series, and the Cessna Citation XLS.

General Stats:

  • Cabin space/volume of 272 to 450 cu ft
  • Maximum speeds of up to 560 mph
  • Flight range of 1,800 nm up to 2,500 nm
  • Passenger capacity of 7 to 9
  • Takeoff distance of 3,000 to 5,500 ft.
  • Min. landing distance of 2,600 ft. to 3,420 ft
  • 50% of the light jet aircraft have lavatory options
  • Estimated Costs: $4.2 M to $12.9 M