What is a midsize jet charter by definition?
Midsize jets are ideal for travelers looking for the convenience and agility of a light jet and the comforts only heavy jets can provide. All midsize jets feature an enclosed lavatory, ample head and legroom, plenty of storage space, and most contain small galleys capable of providing refreshments and light meals. They’re also best suited to groups of less than eight passengers.
In comparison to smaller models, a midsize jet is a huge upgrade in terms of range. The average midsize jet is capable of flying 2,800 miles or five hours non-stop. This means these aircraft are great for travel within the continental US. For some of the top performers, however, a transcontinental trip isn’t unheard of.
Midsize jets are great for passengers traveling for business and pleasure. Most cabins feature comfortable seating configurations, complete with swivel or berthable chairs. This gives passengers the freedom to relax or sleep while in flight. Many cabins also feature high-end communication and entertainment systems.
Soar Higher with Stratos Jet Charters, Inc.
At Stratos, all clients have the right to education about the private aviation industry. At Stratos, we pride ourselves on giving clients the information they need to make informed buying choices. We know this strategy will help create a beneficial client relationship that’s built on a foundation of trust and transparency.
We also believe that every flight booked through Stratos should pass through a strict safety process. To make sure we achieve this, we follow all ARGUS regulations as a Certified Charter Broker. We’ve also developed our own in-house due diligence program. Through these acts alone, we believe the safety standards we’ve set for ourselves are some of the highest in the industry.
It’s also important to us that our clients don’t have to worry about the details of their trip, so to make sure each flight is successfully executed to the satisfaction of the client, we created the Trip Support team. This team will source aircraft, confirm and enforce the itinerary and help with any additional services travelers require.