What does the inside of a private jet look like?
We’ve all seen a private jet from the outside, whether in a movie, on a runway or in a magazine, but how many of us see the interiors? This is what luxury in the sky looks like, and once you’ve seen it, you’ll never want to fly scheduled again.
Very Light Jets
Very Light Jets, or VJLs as they’re more commonly known, are the cheapest of the private jets available, offering an alternative to piston and turboprop on short journeys. The Cessna Citation Mustang is one of our most popular VJLs.
The most common type of jet is the light jet, mainly chartered for business and offering a good balance of comfort and cost efficiency. The Cessna Citation Bravo is a favourite amongst business men in particular, able to land on most runways and without compromising on comfort.
Mid-sized jets offer a lot of choice and can be used for both long and short haul flights, depending on what combination of range, speed and comfort you select. The Embraer Legacy 500 is your standard mid-sized jet, whilst the Challenger 300 has greater range and bridges the gap between mid-size and heavy jets.
There are two types of heavy jets; the first is a standard heavy jet able to fly further than their lighter counterparts and the second are the ultra-long range heavy jets which can go that bit further. The Challenger 604 is one of the most popular in the standard range, whilst the Gulfstream G550 and Dassault Falcon 7X are some of the best ultra-long range jets available.
As a private jet interior is, in many cases, commissioned, you can find yourself flying in the same type of aircraft, but with completely different interiors and lay outs. There are some classic interior trends but more and more and more these are being pushed to one side for new, modern design, creating some simply stunning luxury jet interiors. To find out more about our range of jets, why not read our guide to all the different jet types.