Another highly popular light jet, the 400A is renowned for its
design efficiency. The aircraft's swept-wings and turbofan engines
allow this jet to quickly scale 43,000 feet, cruise at 525 mph,
and reach a range of 1,574 st.m., all while optimizing the fuel
With a 17-foot long cabin, and a baggage capacity of 69 cubic
feet, space is never an issue aboard the Citation Encore.
Six to eight passengers can easily fit inside. Completing
the open and airy feeling of this jet are the 14 windows from
which you can peer down upon the world below. Citation Encore
flies more than a mile above most weather patterns, and more
than two miles higher than any propeller aircraft. It has
a cruising speed of 480 mph, and a range of 1,837 st.m.
Citation V, like the Citation Encore, boasts one of the largest
light jet cabins, at 17 feet long. It's perfect for six to
eight passengers and lots of luggage (it has 67 cubic feet
of baggage space). The Citation V's average cruising speed
is 460 mph, and its average range is 1,750 st.m, however at
full fuel, the jet can reach distances over 2,000 st. m.
The Learjet 35 is one of the most popular jets of its class.
With its ability to take off from runways shorter than 3,500
feet, and reach an altitude of 43,000 feet in 20 minutes,
it's no wonder why! The Learjet 35 has a cruising speed of
525 mph, and a range of 1,665 st.m. Such power and versatility
make this aircraft an unparalleled choice among light jets.
Left: An example of a Citation Encore