Private jets can fly to international destinations as long as the aircraft is capable of doing so. Larger aircraft can make the trip easier while smaller aircraft may need to stop and refuel along the way.

For example, a heavy jet, like the Gulfstream G-V, is capable of flying from Miami to London, a flight time of roughly 9.5 hours, without stopping to refuel. Smaller aircraft are better suited for international destinations that cross land borders. As an example, a Lear 60 can fly from Denver to Vancouver in Canada in just three hours without stopping to refuel.

For more information on which aircraft are best suited for international travel, please refer to our recent blog article: Everything You Need to Know About Flying a Private Jet Internationally.