SUPER MID-SIZE EXECUTIVE JET: EMBRAER LEGACY 600
The Embraer Legacy 600 is a unique aircraft in its class. Boasting a spacious and luxuriously appointed cabin that can comfortably accommodate 13 passengers, this super mid-size jet is one of the largest of its kind. The Legacy 600 also offers the largest baggage hold capacity in its class.
The aircraft features an inflight entertainment system and onboard work tools providing passengers with everything they need. So whether you are travelling for business or leisure this aircraft meets your needs efficiently and effectively.
Embraer Legacy 600’s six hour (3,000 nm) flight range conveniently makes mid-range travel very comfortable, while also ensuring long range travel is certainly possible. And for those long haul flights, the aircraft’s plush seats turn to 6 flat beds ensuring that passengers arrive well rested.
MAXIMUM SPEED: 0.80 mach RANGE: 3.000 n.m./6 hours SERVICE CEILING: 41.000ft ENGINE TYPE: Jet PASSENGERS: up to 13 max CREW: 2 Pilots + 1 Flight Attendant CABIN SIZES: Length: 12.92m / 42ft 5in - Width: 2.10m / 6ft 11in - Height: 1.82m / 6ft SLEEPING BEDS: 6 SATELLITE PHONE: YES Wi-Fi: YES BAGGAGE CAPACITY: Volume: 8.10 m³ / 286 ft³
The Gulfstream G450 is considered to be one of the best large-cabin, long-range business jets in its class.
The G450, like all Gulfstream aircraft, is designed to maximize comfort, safety, and convenience. The spacious cabin can comfortably accommodate 14 passengers in lavish seats, which can be turned into 6 flat beds.
The G450 offers features like advanced soundproofing that envelops the luxurious living environment in new levels of quiet. Passengers will also appreciate the abundant sunshine streaming through Gulfstream’s signature oval windows and the 100 percent fresh air, leaving them to feel refreshed. The professional work environment and onboard business tools allow customers to get the job done from anywhere. Passengers will certainly also enjoy the inflight entertainment system.
In addition to the wide array of advanced features it offers, the Gulfstream G450 has an intercontinental flight range of 9 hours. This prestigious jet certainly carries many advantages for both business and leisure travelers.
MAXIMUM SPEED: 0.88 mach RANGE: 4.350 n.m./9 hours SERVICE CEILING: 45.000ft ENGINE TYPE: Jet PASSENGERS: up to 14 max CREW: 2 Pilots + 1 Flight Attendant CABIN SIZES: Length: 13.74m / 45ft 1in - Width: 2.24m / 7ft 4in - Height: 1.88m / 6ft 2in SLEEPING BEDS: 6 SATELLITE PHONE: YES Wi-Fi: YES BAGGAGE CAPACITY: Volume: 3.68 m³ / 130 ft³
The Bombardier Challenger 605 balances comfort, space, range and speed in a way which provides maximum convenience for its passengers.
The aircraft’s impressive intercontinental flight range allows it to travel up to 8 hours (4,000 nm). Thus, wherever you need to go, the CL605 can get you there with ease and convenience.
With the widest cabin in its category, the CL605’s luxuriously appointed and spacious interior comfortably accommodates up to 12 passengers. The cabin features 4 individual VIP seats, a club-4 dining seating area, and a plush 4-seater sofa. The leather seats can also be adjusted into 5 flat beds, for greater comfort.
The onboard business tools and inflight entertainment system ensure that passengers have everything they need for an enjoyable and productive flight.
Whether travelling for a business meeting or on holiday, passengers are sure to arrive to their destinations well rested and ready for whatever awaits them.
MAXIMUM SPEED: 0.85 mach RANGE: 4.000 n.m./8 hours SERVICE CEILING: 41.000ft ENGINE TYPE: Jet PASSENGERS: up to 12/10 max CREW: 2 Pilots + 1 Flight Attendant CABIN SIZES: Length: 8.63m / 28ft 4in - Width: 2.49m / 8ft 2in - Height: 1.85m / 6ft 1in SLEEPING BEDS: 5 / 4 SATELLITE PHONE: YES Wi-Fi: YES BAGGAGE CAPACITY: Volume: 3.25 m³ / 115 ft³
The Gulfstream G650/G550 are the world’s ultimate ultra-long range corporate jet. It is superior to all other business jets in every aspect.
The G650’s 14 hour flight range, Mach 0.925 max operating speed, and 51,000ft maximum cruise altitude make it the highest performance business jet.
The Gulfstream G650 connects the world with great ease and convenience; capable of flying non-stop between locations like New York and Beijing, Dubai and Sydney, or London and Buenos Aires.
Its elegantly appointed interior offers passengers absolute comfort and luxury. The G650’s spacious and wide cabin comfortably accommodates 16 passengers. The plush seats are easily converted into flat beds (five singles and one double).
The aircraft replenishes 100% fresh air every two minutes and at cruising altitude of 41,000ft, the cabin is pressurized at a comfortable 3,000ft to reduce fatigue. Passengers are sure to arrive at their destination refreshed and well rested.
The Gulfstream G650 features the most advanced aircraft technologies offering greater safety and smoother flying. The aircraft also features hi-tech business tools and advanced inflight entertainment systems for passengers. Everything you need is at your fingertips.
Wherever your journey takes you and whatever your requirements are, the G650 is the ideal jet to accommodate your every need.
MAXIMUM SPEED: 0.925 mach (G650) / 0.885 mach (G550) RANGE: 7.000 n.m./14 hours (G650) / 6.750 n.m./13.5 hours (G550) SERVICE CEILING: 51.000ft ENGINE TYPE: Jet PASSENGERS: up to 16 max CREW: 2 Pilots + 1 Flight Attendant CABIN SIZES (G650): Length: 16.33m / 53ft 7in - Width: 2.59m / 8ft 6in - Height: 1.95m / 6ft 5in CABIN SIZES (G550): Length: 15.27m / 50ft 1in - Width: 2.24m / 7ft 4in - Height: 1.88m / 6ft 2in SLEEPING BEDS: 7 (G650) - 6 (G550) SATELLITE PHONE: YES Wi-Fi: YES BAGGAGE CAPACITY: Volume: 5.52 m³ / 195 ft (G650) - Volume: 4.81 m³ / 170 ft (G550)
The Lear 35A Light (Small) Jet was manufactured by Learjet Inc between 1976 and 1994. The cabin measures 12.9 feet long by 4.9 feet wide by 4.3 feet tall giving it a total cabin volume of 268 cubic feet. The dimensions make it comfortable for 7 passengers, with the maximum configuration seating 8. The baggage compartment can hold up to 6 bags, assuming your average piece of luggage is less than 5 cubic feet. The Lear 35A has a maximum range (subject to headwinds, high altitude, hot temperatures, or higher capacity) of 2366 miles and a maximum speed of 519 mph.
MAXIMUM SPEED: 519 mph RANGE: 2.366 n.m. SERVICE CEILING: ENGINE TYPE: Jet PASSENGERS: up to 7 seats CREW: CABIN SIZE: 268 cubic feet BAGGAGE CAPACITY: Volume: 40 ft³
The Lear 31A Small Jet was manufactured by Learjet Inc between 1987 and 2003. The cabin measures 12.9 feet long by 4.9 feet wide by 4.3 feet tall giving it a total cabin volume of 268 cubic feet. The dimensions make it comfortable for 8 passengers, with the maximum configuration seating 8. The baggage compartment can hold up to 6 bags, assuming your average piece of luggage is less than 5 cubic feet. The Lear 31A has a maximum range (subject to headwinds, high altitude, hot temperatures, or higher capacity) of 1441 miles and a maximum speed of 525 mph.
MAXIMUM SPEED: 525 mph RANGE: 1.441 n.m. SERVICE CEILING: ENGINE TYPE: Jet PASSENGERS: up to 7 seats CREW: 2 pilots CABIN SIZE: 268 cubic feet BAGGAGE CAPACITY: Volume: 40 ft³
The Lear 60XR Medium Jet was manufactured by Bombardier/Learjet between 1993 and 2012. Lear Jet 60XR is an excellent choice of aircraft for those looking for a cozy VIP travel experience on short-haul or medium-range flights. With advanced avionics and superior performance within its class, the 60XR has an impressive range and speed and is surely a reliable aircraft. With adequate standing space, the aircraft can accommodate up to 7 passengers. The stylish cabin is luxuriously appointed for the comfort of its passengers. The light ambiance and quiet cabin provide the right atmosphere for customers looking to sit back and relax, have a little fun, or simply get some work done. Its superior performance will no doubt impress. This midsize business jet has a range of 2,240nm non-stop. Its high cruising altitude allows it to fly above weather to avoid turbulence, while also saving valuable time. Able to climb quickly and fly at fast cruise speed, the Learjet 60XR provides seamless travel on every flight.The cabin measures 17.7 feet long by 5.9 feet wide by 5.7 feet tall giving it a total cabin volume of 453 cubic feet. The baggage compartment can hold up to 8 bags, assuming your average piece of luggage is less than 5 cubic feet. The Lear 60XR has a maximum range (subject to headwinds, high altitude, hot temperatures, or higher capacity) of 2658 miles and a maximum speed of 526 mph.
MAXIMUM SPEED: 465 kts RANGE: 2.398 n.m. SERVICE CEILING: ENGINE TYPE: Jet CONFIGURATION: 6 passenger seats / 2 pilots + hostess or 7 passenger seats and 2 pilots CABIN SIZE: Height: 1.74m, Width: 1.81m, Length: 5.39m BAGGAGE CAPACITY: Volume: 24 ft³
Bombardier began manufacturing The Challenger 350 SuperMid Jet in 2014 an d continues to do so today. The cabin measures 28.6 feet long by 7.2 feet wide by 6.2 feet tall giving it a total cabin volume of 930 cubic feet. The dimensions make it comfortable for 8 passengers, with the maximum configuration seating 16. The baggage compartment can hold up to 15 bags, assuming your average piece of luggage is less than 5 cubic feet. The Challenger 350 has a maximum range (subject to headwinds, high altitude, hot temperatures, or higher capacity) of 3682 miles and a maximum speed of 541 mph.
MAXIMUM SPEED: 470 kts RANGE: 3.200 n.m. SERVICE CEILING: ENGINE TYPE: Jet PASSENGERS: 8 passenger seats / 2 pilots + hostess CREW: 2 pilots CABIN SIZE: Height: 1.85m, Width: 2.19m, Length: 8.72m BAGGAGE CAPACITY: 3 m³ (106 ft³)
The Cessna 650 Citation III is one of the most reliable and best class business jet aircraft.With very high operational performance of about 51,000 feet level flight, 0.90 mach (460knots) speed and 2,200 nautical mile range may cover the requirements of even the most demanding passenger, who wants to combine a high performance aircraft with a spacious cabin that gives the opportunity to the passengers to travel throughout making the flight an unforgettable experience.
MAXIMUM SPEED: 875km/h or 473kt RANGE: 1.700 n.m. SERVICE CEILING: 51.000ft ENGINE TYPE: Jet PASSENGERS: 9 CREW: 2 Pilots
A fast, twin-engine jet, known for its ability to fly at 41,000 feet, offering an enjoyable flight to the passengers. Cessna 550 Citation IIS is a modification of Cessna’s best-ever selling business jet. It carries more and goes faster than its predecessor, while still maintaining its reputation for simplicity and economy. The Citation range of aircraft manufactured by Cessna, have a spacious cabin with fully reclining seats for up to 8 passengers.
MAXIMUM SPEED: 647km/h or 348kt RANGE: 1.250 n.m. SERVICE CEILING: 41.000ft ENGINE TYPE: Jet PASSENGERS: 8 CREW: 2 Pilots
A fast, twin engine turbo prop aircraft, suitable for corporate as well as for charter use. CHEYENNE II is known for its versatility, capable of landing on a runway of varying size. An on-board bar makes this aircraft a delight to travel in and speeds in excess of 516 km/h or 280 kt.
MAXIMUM SPEED: 516km/h or 280kt RANGE: 1.050 n.m. SERVICE CEILING: 51.000ft ENGINE TYPE: Turboprop PASSENGERS: 5+1 CREW: 2 Pilots
The Piper Navajo is the most popular cabin class twin engine aircraft ever built. It gives up to five (5) passengers executive style comfort with a down-to-earth operating price. This fully equipped aircraft is perfectly outfitted to fly all year-round in safety, it continues to prove a popular aircraft choice
MAXIMUM SPEED: 516km/h or 280kt RANGE: 1.050 n.m. SERVICE CEILING: 51.000ft ENGINE TYPE: Piston PASSENGERS: 5 CREW: 2 Pilots
The best twin-engine aircraft in its class, offering comfort, safety and quality. Is an extremely popular, versatile and cost effective aircraft. Ideal for regional operations it boasts an executive seating configuration for 4 passengers and light luggage. This aircraft has very good performance ratings travelling at a comfortable cruising speed of 367km/h up to a distance of 1575kms.
MAXIMUM SPEED: 367km/h or 198kt RANGE: 1.100 n.m. SERVICE CEILING: 12.000ft ENGINE TYPE: Piston PASSENGERS: 4 CREW: 2 Pilots
After calling an operator or a brokerage agency like AEGEANVIP, the following questions should be asked by our charter representative: where do you want to go, when do you want to depart and return, how many passengers do you have, what size aircraft are you looking for, how much luggage will you have, and what’s your budget?
The first two are simple as they are the basics of any trip but the rest will be key in ensuring the correct aircraft is chosen as one size does not fit all and the cheapest and smallest option is not always the best option.
The number of passengers may automatically determine the minimum required size of an aircraft. For example, when flying with nine people, a super mid-size aircraft will likely be required while a group of only two people can fit easily into a turboprop or light jet.
Luggage is also a determining factor in the size of the aircraft as certain oversized items like golf clubs, skis, and large suitcases can’t fit in every private jet. Unlike airliners, not all private aircraft have baggage holds and require luggage to be stored onboard the jet.
If excessive luggage and large numbers of passengers aren’t an issue, the size of the aircraft may not be important as most will often request the cheapest option, though some may prefer larger jets. Heavy jets, as they’re known, are preferred especially on long-distance or overnight flights so there is more room to stretch out and sleep.
Giving a budget upfront will also allow us to provide better-suited options.
Once all the information is conveyed on the desired trip and requested safety ratings, the charter representative will provide the client with options for different aircraft. The options will include the type of aircraft, the amenities offered such as WiFi, and the final price.
After an aircraft is chosen, the client will be sent a contract to fill out agreeing to the terms and conditions of the flight and any cancellation or change policy imposed by the company. The signed contract, which can be done over e-signing software like DocuSign in most cases, locks in the flight, and then it’s up to the client to pay for the flight before the day of departure.
Payment is usually done via wire transfer but can also be done via a credit card in certain circumstances especially for recurring customers.
If any optional extras are requested including catering or ground transportation, they will be put on the final bill.
Once the trip is booked and an aircraft is assigned, the broker’s sales representative will provide the client with an itinerary or trip sheet. The itinerary lists three important details: the tail number of the aircraft, the departure facility, and the departure time.
The tail number is used to identify which aircraft a charter group will be flying on. Unlike the airlines, private flights don’t typically go by a flight number and the tail number is the primary method of identification.
The departure facility some times (not often in Greece though :-)) will be a private terminal at an airport known as a Fixed Base Operator or FBO. Unlike commercial terminals, FBOs are typically small and act as a waiting room with lounges, chairs and bathrooms.
The benefit of departing out of an FBO is that passengers can drive right up to the aircraft at most airports and have their car valeted. If arriving early, the facilities typically offer free parking and a short walk from the parking lot to the plane.
Once inside, the passengers will give their tail number to the front desk representative who will then connect them with their pilots or flight crew. A line service technician will then take any baggage directly to the plane. They’ll often expect a tip for the service but it’s not required.
After an identification check and quick pre-flight briefing, it’s off to the races.
Private jet pilots typically do not expect a tip but, as with most service professions, any signs of appreciation are welcome. Though their job is to fly the plane, private aviation pilots are often performing tasks that aren’t usually required of airline pilots.
As the only on-the-ground representative of the charter company, pilots are the first line of defense when it comes to customer service and troubleshooting potential issues. Private jet pilots also often don’t have a flight planning team behind them and conduct most pre-flight activities such as route planning and filing flight plans.
Put simply, these pilots work hard and a tip would be appreciated.
(Additional info content is taken by an article published on INSIDER)
If the flight is cancelled by the client the following fees are applicable :
Any change of the Itinerary or values of the confirmation by the client might cause in loss of the right for the flight without any refund. (Especially changes on weight limitations and baggage dimensions )
If there is a finding of dangerous goods before or during the route, we reserve the right to cancel the flight without any right of a refund or a compensation for possible losses thereof.
Safety comes first! The flight can be cancelled or delayed any time due to weather or technical caused problems as well because of unexpected restriction from the authorities.
In this case the client can reschedule the flight or – if not possible – the total amount will be refunded.
Anyhow there is no right for a compensation for possible losses thereof.
In case of no-show-up on time or a no-show-up at all like agreed accordingly our flight confirmation, the rights for the flight expire and there is no further right of a refund or any compensation.
To reschedule a flight by the client is basically free of charge. If a reschedule is not possible – for whatever reason – the fees shown at flight cancelled by the client are applicable.
In any case there is no right for a compensation for possible losses thereof.
Customers are encouraged to ask by phone or e-mail about all possible extra charges, such as aircraft waiting, overnight charges, additional flight crew, VIP service, particular meal requirements etc.
Luggage Weight and Dimensions Limitations
Depending on the kind and size of aircraft, there may be specific luggage weight and dimensions limitations.Customers during the completion of the reservation form are expected to provide us with full details of their luggage and then strictly follow the guidelines communicated to them.Oversize luggage is excluded from helicopter flights. In case luggage weight and size require a larger aircraft, extra charges will be applied.
Operators of Private Jets reserve the right to change aircraft. Operator sometimes must change the aircraft booked for a specific flight. If an operator must operate a scheduled flight with an aircraft larger than the one initially booked, there will be no extra charge for the customer and no refund either. Our company ensures, though, that the customer will be notified in advance about any such change.
On the other hand, if an operator has to operate a flight with an aircraft actually smaller than the one initially booked, the customer is entitled to a refund reflecting the price difference between the two aircraft. Such a downgrade will be subject to customer approval prior to the flight. Our company ensures that the customer will be notified accordingly and guarantees that if the downgrade is not acceptable to him or her a full refund will be received and no extra charges will be applied.
Customers and Aircraft Delays
Customers and passengers are expected to be at the designated point of departure at least 20 minutes prior to the Estimated Time of Departure (ETD). In case of a passenger delay that will affect the helicopter flight schedule, AEGEANVIP and/or the operator will make every possible effort to secure a new time slot and eventually perform the flight.
If the flight cannot be operated on the same day, alternate dates will be offered.
If the customer cannot accept the alternate schedules and dates or the flight will be cancelled at the customer’s request and an 80% cancellation charge will be applied. If alternate schedules and dates are acceptable, extra charges may occur and be applied. In case a flight is delayed for technical or other reasons, customer will be offered an alternate solution, such as an aircraft upgrade or downgrade that will be acceptable based on the terms described in the previous paragraph. The customer has the right to refuse the alternate solutions and receive a full refund. If the customer accepts the alternate solutions, no refund should be expected apart from the price difference refund provided in the case of aircraft downgrade. However, in all cases of flight delays, for which the operator is responsible, the customer and passengers will receive adequate compensation in terms of upgraded services, catering etc.
Please find below the detailed Officia Terms & Conditions Document:
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