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Airbus ACJ220

The Airbus ACJ220 is the business jet version of the A220, it’s the first ACJ business jet being put out by longtime commercial airline manufacturer, Airbus. With this first jet, Airbus firmly establishes itself in the private jet market. The ACJ220 answers the question, “What if a commercial airliner was modified for personal use?”, and it does not disappoint!

Honda Jet 2600

Honda entered the private jet market with an explosive bang when they introduced the original HondaJet. The engines mounted over the wings provide a trademark look as well as a quiet cabin, while the sleek design of the fuselage gives the HondaJet immense curb appeal. The HondaJet 2600 represents a new line for the manufacturer while building upon their growing legacy to deliver a stunning competitor to the light jet market.

Bombardier Global 8000

Bombardier is known throughout private aviation for luxurious private jets. Their latest iteration is surely going to disrupt the market and redraw the maps. The Global 8000 has been in testing since 2021 and is slated for an entrance into service in early 2025. The Global 8000 isn’t just an upgrade, it is going to be the new standard. During testing in 2021, the jet broke the sound barrier. Impressive performance isn’t all there is to love about the brand new Bombardier Global 8000.

Honda Jet Elite S

Honda is a fairly newcomer to the business jet market. Their first aircraft, simply named The HondaJet, turned a lot of heads. Initially for its over-wing mounted engines, but eventually for the overall product. The newest evolution of that aircraft is the HondaJet Elite S. While it comes with a new head turning paint scheme, it still has the same frame and design as its’ predecessor which is what has turned a newcomer in the aviation market to a potential powerhouse.

Cirrus G2 Vision Jet +

Cirrus has the number one selling general aviation plane in the world, its no wonder they’d eventually branch out to the private jet market. That’s exactly what they did with the Vision Jet in 2016. A small aircraft with a single engine jet mounted on the top back, many people were skeptical at first. However, as they continued to sell, the public eventually changed its mind. Now, with the Cirrus G2 Vision Jet +, Cirrus has managed to improve an already efficient and popular jet with technology enhancements and expanded mission capabilities.

Challenger 3500

The Challenger 3500 is Bombardier’s latest endeavor into their ever expanding private jet fleet. With the ability to carry passengers 3,500 nautical miles while providing superior luxury, Bombardier has created the perfect private jet for almost any mission, big or small. The Challenger 3500 improves upon its’ predecessor in almost every facet, while maintaining the appeal that has made the Challenger fleet one of the most popular business jets in the world.

Gulfstream G800

Gulfstream has become synonymous with luxury jet travel. Flying in a Gulfstream brings with it certain expectations that other business jet manufacturers can’t meet. Standards of the cabin are very high, the technology throughout is expected to be advanced and above all, the performance has to be market leading. The new Gulfstream G800 achieves all this, and more.

Embraer Legacy 600

Embraer developed the Legacy 600 to establish its foothold in the super midsize aircraft market. Designed to embrace the stylistic features that Embraer has become known for, while also improving on efficiency, the Legacy 600 is up to the challenge.

Citation X

The Cessna Citation X is one of the most popular business jets in the world. Produced up until 2018, many of them are still in the air today. The Citation jet line has been a synonym for reliable since its introduction into the private jet industry. The Citation X is no exception. Billed as the fastest civilian jet on the market, the Citation X gets you from A to B efficiently. The only downside is, you might want to spend more time in it!

Falcon 2000

Dassault has been manufacturing the Falcon 2000 since 1995. Today, newer variations exist that add fuel efficiency, upgraded tech and more power. Still, the Falcon 2000 is a transcontinental aircraft that remains widely popular in use.

Learjet 75

Bombardier’s Learjet line has been synonymous with speed. The latest model, the Learjet 75, is no exception. Built on the same platform as the older Learjet 45, the 75 has improved capabilities as well as modernized amenities and technology.

Gulfstream G450

Gulfstream produced the G450 from 2004-2018. With its long range ability and high cruise speed, the G450 is one of the most popular private jets in the world. Fully capable of providing the luxury jet experience without sacrificing performance along the way, let’s take an in-depth look at the G450:

Gulfstream G550

The Gulfstream G550 was introduced in 2003 as the next variation in their widely popular business jet line. Created as a follow up to the G450, the larger iteration has the ability to carry more fuel as well as a few modern upgrades. While production ceased in July of 2021, the G550 continues to be a widely popular aircraft.

Praetor 500

Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer announced the Praetor 500 in 2018. Built as an evolution to the already popular Legacy 450, the Praetor 500 improves on its predecessor in a variety of ways. From fuel efficiency to airspeed, the Praetor 500 outperforms many other aircraft within its class, and looks great doing so!

Cessna 208 Caravan

The Cessna 208 Caravan is perhaps the most popular and widely used single engine turboprop in the world. First introduced in 1984 as a cargo hauler, the Caravan eventually grew into a multifaceted airframe capable of exceptional diversity. The perfect aircraft to island hop or fly regionally, the Caravan stands out!

Hawker 900XP

The Hawker 900XP was manufactured by Beechcraft as a continuation of their popular 800 series. Designed on the same platform, the Hawker 900XP exceeds its predecessor in terms of design, performance and technological advancements on the flightdeck.

Falcon 50

Dassault manufactured the infamous Falcon 50 starting in the mid 1970’s. Popular due to its now trademark 3 engines, the Falcon 50 is easy to spot. With its tri-engine layout, it's extremely hard to miss and ensures maximum ramp presence everywhere it goes. Thanks to the tri-engines, range and speed are never an issue!

Challenger 650

Bombardier introduced the upgraded Challenger 605, the Challenger 650 in 2013. Popular today thanks to massive continuous orders by the largest charter companies in North America and Europe, the Challenger 650 is one of the most effective private jets flying today.

Citation Latitude

The Cessna Citation line has long been a mainstay in the private jet market. Usually one of the first names in general aviation, the Citation line is insanely popular, and for good reason. The newest model, the Latitude, continues this tradition. Capable of carrying four passengers and crew nearly 3,000 nautical miles, the new Citation Latitude outperforms its competition.

Dassault Falcon 10X

The French aircraft maker Dassault looks to change the game, again. In 2025 they’re launching the recently revealed Falcon 10X. This large business jet looks to set the mark for its category. Touted as the biggest and most comfortable aircraft in the world, the Falcon 10X has some spectacular attributes.

HondaJet 2600

Honda took its first step into the aviation private jet market back in 2006 with its much anticipated debut of its HondaJet. The light jet is popular due to its distinct Over-The-Wing-Engine-Mount configuration, or OTWEM. This unique design allows the engine noise to remain away from the cabin, making the HondaJet one of the quietest jets on the market.

Taking Advantage of A Tax Loophole

This year is sure to be a popular year for private aviation. Many charter companies are seeing all time highs in demand. Manufacturers are struggling to keep up with surging sales, while used aircraft prices are climbing higher and higher. But a tax cut implemented in 2017 is a major help for aircraft owners, or anyone in the market to purchase one!

Planning For The Holidays

Planning for a vacation during busy holidays can turn out to be a monumental task. From booking places to stay, to filling out your day with activities, vacation planning can surely become a daunting process. Planning early can have its benefits, even if you decide to start your planning at the start of the year. Here’s some holidays you should start planning for now!

Challenger 350

Bombardier introduced the Challenger 350 in 2014. The midsize business jet has since become a mainstay within the industry. The Challenger 350 has room for 9 passengers and can reach over 3,000 Nautical Miles.

Bombardier created the Challenger 350 to compete with various other midsize jets, and they’ve created an aircraft that does just that! Powered by the Honeywell HTF7350, the Challenger 350 gets you where you need to go without compromising speed or comfort.

The Gulfstream Series

Gulfstream has become synonymous with the private jet industry. Since it first entered the private jet world, Gulfstream has set itself apart from everyone else. Fully diving into the luxury aspect of private aviation has helped Gulfstream become a mainstay.

Luxury Getaway: Cabo San Lucas

Mexico is an international hotspot. People fly in from all over the world to take in the climate, culture, and beaches. However, flying with the major airlines can only get you to a few big cities. To truly soak in all it has to offer, you need to visit Cabo San Lucas. The only way to do that is to fly private! Liberty Jet is here for you. With Covid continuing to make international travel insanely difficult, charting is the safest and easiest way to get to these beautiful destinations.

Cabo San Lucas is a beautiful and world renowned resort town on the southern tip of the baja peninsula in Mexico. Known for its plush beaches and vibrant nightlife, Cabo San Lucas has long been a go to for luxury vacations. Offering pristine views and endless possibilities, Cabo San Lucas has something for everyone!

Luxury Getaway: Marco Island

One of the benefits of flying with Liberty Jet is the ability to visit high end luxury locations that are normally difficult to get to. Marco Island in Florida is a perfect example. Not accessible by traditional airline carriers, the only way to get to this destination is through private chartering. Thankfully, Liberty Jet has you covered!

Marco Island is an island off the coast of southwest Florida. It is connected to the mainland city of Naples, Florida via a bridge. The island provides tropical beaches, high end restaurants, and vibrant nightlife. With a year round population of only 18,000 people, Marco Island is a perfect getaway this fall.

Flying Private - Your Virtual Time Machine

Flying with commercial carriers has become increasingly complicated, to the point where an hour-long flight could take as much as 5 hours out of your day. Long security lines, intensive screenings, and crowded airports have led to a substantial increase in travel time. A weekend away is hardly a weekend at all if two full days are spent traveling. If you truly value your time and want to make the most out of your travel experiences, consider flying private.

Buying a Jet? Here’s What You Need to Know About Aircraft Acquisition Today

Whether you’re getting ready to take your first steps into the luxurious world of flying privately or looking to upgrade your current aircraft to one that better suits your needs, there are a few things to take into consideration when buying an aircraft in today’s market.

Real Estate Roundup: The Hamptons

The eastern portion of New York’s Long Island is known to many around the world as the most expensive zip code. The Hamptons continues to be one of the premier seaside communities in the entire country. Thanks to the sprawling beaches, high end dining, and fabulous food, The Hamptons will always be a desired destination.

Introducing Liberty Jet

Liberty Jet is pleased to announce a new addition to our certificate: The Embraer Legacy 600. Boasting a range of over 3,000 nautical miles, and with speeds over 500 miles per hour, The Legacy 600 is capable of any mission.

Two Locations to Consider Visiting As Things Open Up

As countries start to open back up, vacation spots and popular cities are preparing for a major increase in tourism. With the ability to return to normal in extravagant locations, now is the best time to charter a private jet for your next vacation! Call us at 1-800-879-2345 or Email Liberty Jet at to book your private jet charter today! Below are two locations you should consider as things open back up:

Three New Aircraft Available for Charter

As Covid vaccines continue to roll out and the world begins to open back up, traveling will start to rise again. Chartering a private jet affords you the ability to depart on your schedule, skip the lines at the terminal, and relax in luxury in the air. We have three new aircraft to choose from here at Liberty Jet. Call us at 1-800-879-2345 or email us at for a quote today!