We hope we’re beginning to paint a good picture of what we offer our members: luxury, ease, affordability – most importantly, the chance to love travel again, through unprecedented access to private aviation. But a picture is worth a thousand words, so here’s your chance to go inside some of our jets and take a look around.
We trust you don’t need comparison pictures from commercial airlines; that image may be branded into your brain. Let’s start erasing those memories of cramped spaces, weird smells, and stuffy air and begin replacing them with this!
Note: These pictures are actual jets we’re using and are a general representation of the aircraft you’ll be flying with MemberJets, rather than pictures of only our best aircraft. MemberJets allows only turbo-prop or jet aircraft in our program – no piston-engine aircraft. We use these types of aircraft due to cabin size, speed, and range, providing the most value for our members.
With a 528-mph cruise speed and cruising altitude of 45,000 feet, you’ll fly fast, smooth, and high on this 14-passenger jet that offers a large, comfortable cabin with beautiful appointments, a full entertainment system, onboard Wi-Fi, and a cabin attendant. Go up to 4,700 miles without stopping – in case you need to fly over NYC just to check out the skyline and come right back …
Smaller than the Gulfstream but just as elegant, the Hawker 800XP seats eight, and offers Wi-Fi and a spacious interior. Maximum speed is 500mph and cruising altitude is 41,000 feet, between 6,000 and 14,000 feet higher than the average commercial plane.
Function-driven Swiss engineering, the Pilatus is considered a classic the world over. This six-passenger turbo-prop aircraft may be smaller but still offers a range of 1,700 miles, making just about any U.S. flight direct.
The only things missing from the above photos are our complimentary snacks and beverages … and of course, you and your golf clubs, skis, laptop, or whatever else you’ll be traveling with.
By Rebecca Fischer
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