Aircraft Fleet


Robinson R22  Beta II

The Robinson R22 Beta II is flown for many applications, ranging from flight training to photography flights. The R22 Beta II incorporates a Lycoming O-360 four-cylinder, carburetor-equipped engine fueled with 100L grade aviation gasoline. This 145 hp engine is derated to 131 hp for five minutes at takeoff and 124 hp for continuous operation. A powerful engine, a lightweight steel-tube airframe, and aerodynamic shape gives the R22 a cruise speed of up to 110mph and an average fuel consumption of only 7-10 gallons per hour. Acoustical foam lowers cabin noise while a heavy-duty muffler and low tail-rotor tip speed lessen flyover noise.

Seats 1 Passenger and 1 Pilot / Cruising Speed, 110mph

Robinson R44 Raven II

The Robinson R44 Raven Series Helicopters provide excellent reliability, responsive handling, and altitude performance, making the R44 the ideal helicopter for private, business, and utility applications. The Robinson Raven II is a high performance R44. The Raven II has a Lycoming IO-540 fuel-injected, angle-valve, tuned-induction engine, which eliminates the need for carburetor heat. The standard 28-volt electrical system ensures good starting performance in hot or cold weather, and provides additional electrical power for optional equipment.

Seats 3 Passengers and 1 Pilot / Cruising Speed, 135mph

Bell LongRanger 206

The 206 fleet has more than 55 million flying assignments including emergency medical, offshore, and homeland security. The primary reasons people fly a 206 is because "the simplicity of the aircraft, its reliability, its ease of training, as well as the direct operating costs," said Bob Fitzpatrick, Bell’s Senior Vice President of business development. The LongRanger is a very reliable aircraft and flies more smoothly that a JetRanger. This is because the LongRanger has a nodal beam absorption system (like a shock absorber) dampening vibrations. Since 1967, BELL® has produced helicopters for civil and military customers, making the 206 arguably the most popular turbine helicopter ever built. Tens of thousands of pilots have flown them over the past four decades. This LongRanger comes equipped with floats for ocean flights.

Seats 6 Passengers and 1 Pilot / Cruising Speed, 135mph / Baggage Capacity

Eurocopter TwinStar

As the most economically priced twin engine aircraft on the market today, the Eurocopter TwinStar is the perfect choice for executive and high-end charters. It offers a quiet and smooth flight. 180-degree views and a large comfortable cabin space lets you fly in style. For additional safety, the Eurocopter TwinStar is equipped with twin engines and can accommodate two pilots if needed. It's a stable aircraft with excellent range, an ideal solution to your long charter flight needs.

Seats 5 Passengers and 1 Pilot / Cruising Speed, 130mph / Baggage Capacity

Augusta A109

The Augusta is also a perfect choice for charters. With a well-proven design, incorporating many technological innovations is what lead it to be a more powerful aircraft with superior performance and faster speeds while providing clients with a modern and luxurious interior. It features a twin engine multi-blade rotor system.

Seats 5 Passengers and 1 Pilot / Cruising Speed, 173mph / Baggage Capacity: 3 compartments

Bell JetRanger 206

The JetRanger has become the definitive turbine powered light utility and corporate helicopter of the past three decades. The Bell 206 is a two-bladed single engine helicopter manufactured by Bell Helicopter at its Mirabel, Quebec plant. The first Bell 206A flew on January 10, 1966, and the aircraft was revealed later that month at the Helicopter Association of America convention. On October 20, 1966, the JetRanger received full certification by the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The basic shape and design of the JetRanger has remained unchanged since 1967. It is popular with media for traffic and news reporting, and in 1993 the U.S. Army chose the Bell 206B-3 as the winner of the National Training Helicopter competition to serve as its primary training helicopter.

Seats 4 Passengers and 1 Pilot / Cruising Speed, 135mph / Baggage Capacity

Eurocopter AStar

The Eurocopter AStar is a single-engined light helicopter originally manufactured by Aérospatiale (now part of the Eurocopter Group). Development began in the early 1970’s to replace the Aérospatiale Alouette II, and the first flight took place on June 27, 1974. Despite the introduction of the EC130, production of the Eurocopter AS350 remains strong. On May 14, 2005 an AStar piloted by Eurocopter test pilot Didier Delsalle touched down on the top of Mt. Everest, at 29,030 ft. This record has been confirmed by the “Fédération Aéronautique Internationale”. The AStar is commonly used for Police, Media and Production operations.

Seats 5 Passengers and 1 Pilot / Cruising Speed, 130mph / Baggage Capacity

Sikorsky S-76

The Sikorsky S-76 is a perfect choice for all your charter needs. A very powerful aircraft with superior performance and fast speeds while providing clients with a roomy and stylish interior. This helicopter can be flown with a single or dual pilot set up.

Seats 6 Passengers 1 Pilot / Cruising Speed, 178mph / Baggage Capacity:38 cubic feet

Private Jets

Gulfstream G650

Innovation and excellence have taken flight in the Gulfstream G650. Gulfstream engineers partnered with a customer advisory board to envision an aircraft that would set a new standard in business travel. Working from that input, engineers rejected the status quo with a clean-sheet design. They pushed for more performance in every aspect. With the G650’s long, unfettered wing, they redefined how air flows over an aircraft wing, creating a highly efficient airfoil that delivers speed and an incredibly smooth ride. What Gulfstream delivers in the G650 is a jet that flies at more than 92 percent of the speed of sound for thousands of miles with fly-by-wire precision. That same design innovation created a quieter, roomier, more adaptable cabin teeming with advanced technology. An 8 foot 6 inch /2.59 meter-wide cabin, the largest in its class, helps create an exquisitely comfortable environment for 18 passengers. Sixteen large Gulfstream panoramic windows, each 28 by 20.5 inches/71 by 52 centimeters, allow abundant sunlight into the cabin, even in the galley. Every window had been repositioned higher on the fuselage to maximize viewing comfort.

Amenities Include: Full galley, 2 Fully enclosed lavatories, Flight phone, CD/DVD, iPod connectivity, Airshow system, Power outlets, Wi-Fi (International Service), Oven & Microwave, AirCare MED, External Cameras

Gulfstream IVSP

The Gulfstream IV is capable as any aircraft in performing all-weather, long-range, high speed non-stop flights. The cavernous stand-up cabin seats 12 comfortably, with oversized windows, a full-service galley, a spacious stand-up lavatory, and a large baggage compartment.


• 2010 Interior with comfortable 12 passenger configuration.

• Equipped with Aircell Wi-Fi on-board.

• Fully enclosed private aft lavatory and forward lavatory.

• Aft galley with full bar and catering capabilities.

• 3 satellite fixed phones.

• Equipped with Airshow, comprehensive entertainment system, including DVD, CD player, and a premium sound system.

• 9 individual LCD monitors, 2 bulkhead fixed monitors, and a laser all-in-one printer/scanner/copier.

• Berths a total of 5 passengers.

Gulfstream III 

The Gulfstream III is the world's first intercontinental business jet. Its solid design and performance qualities offer its passengers an effective platform for conducting business. Capable of carrying up to 10 passengers almost 4,000 statute miles, the Gulfstream III reaches a pinnacle of efficiency and versatility.


• Fully enclosed private aft galley and lavatory.

• Satellite fixed phone.

• Equipped with Airshow, comprehensive entertainment system including a DVD & CD player with forward and aft cabin monitors.

• Berths a total of 5 passengers and features 2 large divans.

Gulfstream IV (Black/White)

The Gulfstream IV is capable as any aircraft in performing all-weather, long-range, high speed non-stop flights. The cavernous stand-up cabin seats 12 comfortably, with oversized windows, a full-service galley, a spacious stand-up lavatory, and a large baggage compartment.


• Seats 13 comfortably.

• Berths 5 passengers.

• Updated 2010 interior.

• Full entertainment system including 3 monitors, multi-disc changer, DVD players and Airshow.

• Baggage storage in aft-and forward-cabin.

• Full aft lavatory and full aft galley.

• In-flight SATCOM phones and AC outlets.

Gulfstream V

The Gulfstream 500 (Gulfstream V) was the first contender in the ultra-long range private jet category. It is capable of flying anywhere in the world: nonstop flights from Denver to Beijing or New Zealand to San Francisco. It is extremely reliable and high-performing. The ultra-long private jet class is a very exclusive and competitive one in which the Gulfstream V competes well. The 1,669 cubic foot cabin usually seats 15 passengers, but can be configured to hold more. The stand-up (6.1 feet high) cabin is 50.1 feet long and is usually partitioned into three separate areas. Noise levels are uniformly low throughout the cabin.

Amenities Include: 

• Comfortable 15 passenger interior configuration.

• Complimentary in-flight Wi-Fi Internet access.

• Private aft cabin enclosable bedroom–two divans berthing into full size bed that comfortably sleeps 2. Sleeping quarters for 4 in forward cabin.

• Comprehensive full-sized aft galley with microwave, refrigerator, oven, and crystal stemware.

• Additional refreshment center conveniently located in forward cabin.

• Forward crew lavatory and large aft lavatory uniquely equipped with walk-in closet.

• Virtual flight office, equipped with SAT phone, data ports, printing/faxing capabilities.

• Extensive entertainment systems featuring Airshow, with streaming feeds from CNN, ESPN, CNBC Financial.

• Two entertainment systems with DVD players, movie library, and iPod access.

• Three 18” monitors, wireless Xbox gaming system, and CD player.

The Gulfstream IV is capable as any aircraft in performing all-weather, long-range, high speed non-stop flights. The cavernous stand-up cabin seats 12 comfortably, with oversized windows, a full-service galley, a spacious stand-up lavatory, and a large baggage compartment.

Super Midsize Jets

Falcone 2000 (Black)

Dassault's Falcon 2000 is a large wide-body jet with ample range to fly nonstop between any two points in the continental U.S., Europe or the Middle East. Typical flights include New York to L.A., Paris to Jeddah, and Seattle to Miami. A large cabin business jet, the Falcon 2000 features nine windows per side, bathing the cabin with natural light and affording spectacular panoramic views. A full-service galley, a stand-up lavatory, and a large in-flight accessible baggage area provide up to 10 passengers with uncommon comfort.

Amenities Include:

• Large stand-up cabin

• Seat 10 passengers comfortably

• Full free broadband, wireless internet and cell phone systems

• Gourmet galley

• Flight phone, TV/DVD/VCR entertainment

• Private enclosed lavatory

• External security cameras

Citation X

No business jet gets you from point A to point B faster than the Citation X. With a cruising speed of nearly 600 mph, this midsize jet can connect you from LA to New York, San Diego to Washington, D.C., or Seattle to Miami as much as 30 - 45 minutes faster than comparable aircraft.


• Equipped with complimentary domestic Wi-Fi

• Comfortable 8 passenger executive seating configuration

• Fully enclosed private aft lavatory and forward galley

• True coast-to-coast North American range with a top speed of 600 MPH, making it the fastest commercial Aircraft in the world

• Flight phone system with fax capability

• Equipped with Airshow and a comprehensive entertainment system, including DVD player, CD player, a premium sound system and multiple monitors

Midsize Jets

Learjet 45

New models of private jets come out every year, but it’s only ever so often that a jet is released that is truly innovative. The Learjet 45 is one of the rare jets to seamlessly integrate new technology with a tested and successful older design. Its speed and economy are to be expected – being a Learjet – but its remaining features combine to create a high-quality private jet. The Learjet 45’s cabin holds eight seats (usually in a double club layout) with plenty of room to swivel, recline, and track. The cabin’s length and width are 19.8 feet and 5.1 feet, respectively. Don’t be misled by these measurements; the interior of the Learjet 45 was designed to offer the most usable passenger space possible so that the passengers do not feel claustrophobic. Other fine points of the cabin’s design make it functional and comfortable, from work tables that fold down from the walls to an extra pressure relief port on the door for added passenger safety. The noise level in the cabin never exceeds 72 dB, and a two-zone temperature control system ensures that both the cabin and the cockpit are kept comfortable. The Learjet 45 can fly 2,099 miles (1,824 nautical miles) nonstop and can cruise at 465 mph. The Learjet 45 is an extremely reliable jet with great cruise performance and fuel economy. Its innovative systems and efficient performance make it a viable option for anyone in search of a high-performing, cost-effective mid-sized private jet.


• Comfortable 2012 brand new ultra quiet interior with pristine double-club seating for 8 passengers with optional belted lav

• 2012 Brand new paint job

• Complimentary domestic Wi-Fi

• Forward galley with beverage center and coffee service

• Extensive entertainment system equipped with Airshow, CD/DVD player, and forward Bulkhead video monitor

• Sat-phone with 2 handsets

• 110 Volt outlets throughout the cabin

• Enclosed aft lavatory

Hawker 800

The Hawker 800XP is an extremely popular choice within the Mid category, offering high performance capabilities as well as comfort. Among Mid jets, the Hawker 800XP is notable for its roomy cabin dimensions and passenger seating as well as extensive range.


• Equipped with complimentary domestic Wi-Fi Internet access

• Recently upgraded 8 passenger comfortable stand up cabin configuration

• Fully enclosed private aft lavatory

• Largest cabin in its class

• Great for both short and medium-range missions

• Flight Phone system with fax capability

• 110 volt plug in capability

• Equipped with Airshow and a comprehensive entertainment system, including DVD player, CD player, a premium sound system and multiple monitors

Light Jets

Light Jet - Citation CJ1

The luxurious cabin of the Citation CJ1 is perfect to conduct meetings or simply relax in luxury to your destination. The CJ1 is one of the smaller light jets; it has become popular for short range business jet charters because of its reasonable price.


• Seats 5 Passengers in reclining chairs

• Offers 59 cubic feet of storage

• Quietest cabin in its class

• Enclosed lavatory

Citation Mustang

The Mustang is an ideal balance of Citation good looks, performance and efficiency. The Mustang's strength isn't limited to performance and outward appearance. Step through the door and take a hard right. You'll find yourself in the kind of cabin comfort and tasteful decor once reserved for aircraft costing millions more. With its six large oval windows and club seating, the Mustang cabin feels wide open - the way flight should feel. There's a high-end, hand-crafted luxury sedan sensation about the space. But unlike an automobile interior, this one comes with dropped aisle, executive tables, refreshment storage, all-leather seats, plush wool carpeting, and toilet, plus a long list of other welcome features. And they're all standard. With fore and aft external baggage compartments, passengers won't have to share their space with bulky gear.


• Seats 4 in exquisite comfort

• Rich luxurious cabin with 6 oval windows

• All-leather reclinable seats

• 57 cubic feet of storage

• Private enclosed lavatory

• 12-volt outlets