Business aircraft have become essential for companies of all types and sizes that demand speed, efficiency, flexibility, and productivity. With the ability to reach 10 times the number of US airports than the average airline, business aviation has become a forefront of general aviation. Whether a company needs to transport personnel to customer locations or employees need to cover regional territories, business aircraft have served as the best on-demand solution. Let’s take a look at some of the top aircraft used in business aviation today.


Gulfstream G650

Reaffirming its producer’s position at the top of the business jets niche, the Gulfstream G650 has managed to give its competition something to worry about. With various features that will put the latter to shame, the aircraft is capable of cruising at Mach 0.85 and can travel a maximum nonstop range of 7000 nautical miles. Surprisingly, its top speed is Mach 0.925, allowing it to break the sound barrier. Moreover, the jet has a service ceiling of 51,000ft and flies well over crowded spaces.


Dassault Falcon 900LX

The jet can fly for a continuous 4750 nautical miles. Even in hot weather the jet is capable of flying at high altitudes which would be difficult otherwise. The aircraft boasts its maintainable design that allows access to its vital components. It can operate flawlessly at an altitude of 51,000ft and offers a top speed of Mach 0.84.


Embraer Lineage 1000

The Embraer Lineage 1000 is not far behind. It is one of the largest executive aircraft that the manufacturer has to offer. With a customized interior, the jet has been designed to offer a luxurious experience like no other. With a maximum range of 4600 nautical miles and a maximum operating altitude of 41,000ft, the jet offers value for money. However, its ultra-customized interior created in collaboration with an experiential designer is what sets itself apart from the others.


Bombardier Global Express XRS

Considering the fact that its an improvement over the original, the aircraft was announced on 2003. Not only does it offer higher cruise speeds but it manages to overcome its competition in terms of a better cabin layout and increased travel range. Moreover, the jet is easier and faster to refuel and takes no more than fifteen minutes to do so. With a maximum range of 6000 nautical miles and a maximum cruise altitude of 51,000ft, it seems to be more than a mere globetrotter.


Considering these corporate jets, it’s quite apparent that the manufacturers have taken great care to ensure that they offer more than the basic necessities. Moreover, each aircraft has been designed to perform optimally while offering a highly immersive environment that is sure to keep you entertained throughout your trips. Making the right choice will depend on many factors such as personal preferences and budget. There is no harm in researching beforehand to make sure you get exactly what you desire.