Time is money and money is everything in business.

The best jet is the one that’s available, fueled up, no mechanical issues and ready to go when you are. If you are a businessman, then every second counts. Time is money and money is everything in business..In such a case, it’s better to own a private jet.
I also understand that the sexiness of a jet on the ramp has value, Please know, that you rarely walk up to one internationally. 95% of the time other than USA, you won’t see the right side of the airplane, and will get dropped off by the MCD.

The interior is the coolest part as an owner and passenger.
Old 737, with 1000’s of hours on it, but a nice interior will WOW you.. with bedrooms, offices and showers on board. vs a fast shiny jet on the outside, but decorated poorly on the inside. Some expensive airplanes have small cargo space and you can’t stand up to pee in the washroom.

Anyways, I’ve put together a list considering the look, value, comfort, and the mechanical side of the jet. Ok then, Let’s get on with the list.

1. Dassault Falcon 8X

The Falcon 8X is Dassault’s largest and longest-range business jet. While the French trijet is built for speed and luxury, it is also extremely maneuverable as demonstrated by the test pilot. It features fly-by-wire controls – drawn from Dassault’s legacy of designing military fighters – for precision and flight-envelope protection and passenger comfort.When designing the Falcon 8X, Dassault rethought all major structures and systems, adapting and optimizing them into an integrated, efficient airframe. New internal wing architecture both lightens the wing structure and provides more room for fuel. New winglets reduce drag to boost efficiency. The fuselage houses more fuel without reducing passenger space. Landing gear has been reinforced to provide for additional payload.

  • Range: 11,945 km
  • Length: 24 m
  • Price: $59.5 million
  • Passengers: 8
  • Max speed: 425 mph
  • Landing distance: 2,240 ft
  • Operating cost: $3,693 per hour
  • First flight: February 6, 2015
  • Manufacturer: Dassault Aviation

2. Bombardier Challenger 650

The Challenger 650 is a twin-engined business jet. It is the updated version of the Challenger 605. Upgraded engines offering a higher thrust rate to reduce takeoff field length.

  • Range: 7,408km
  • Length: 20.9 m
  • Price: $32.7m
  • Passengers: 12
  • Max speed: 541 mph
  • Landing distance: 2,775 ft
  • Operating cost: $3,384 per hour
  • Manufacturer: Bombardier Aerospace

3. Boeing Business Jet Max 7

The BBJ MAX 7 is longer than the original BBJ, providing more space in the cabin while also creating additional volume for cargo in the lower lobe. In addition, because of its new, more fuel-efficient LEAP-1B engines, the BBJ MAX 7 has reduced fuel burn and emissions and requires less cargo volume be reserved for auxiliary fuel tanks.

  • Range: 12,960 km
  • Length: 35.56 m
  • Price: $88.7 million
  • Passengers: 200
  • Max speed: 527 mph
  • Landing distance: 2,931 ft
  • Cabin length: 85.8 ft
  • Operating cost: $3,070 per hour
  • Manufacturer: Boeing

4. Airbus ACJ350 XWB

The first A350 design proposed by Airbus in 2004, in response to the Boeing 787 Dreamliner, would have been a development of the A330 with composite wings and new engines. As market support was lacking, in 2006 Airbus switched to a clean-sheet “XWB” (eXtra Wide Body) design, powered by Rolls-Royce Trent XWB turbofan engines.The A350 XWB is the first Airbus mostly made of carbon fibre reinforced polymer.

  • Range: 20,557 km
  • Length: 60.54m
  • Price: $317 million
  • Passengers: 25
  • Max speed: 525 mph
  • Landing distance: 6,500 ft
  • Manufacturer: Airbus

5. Bombardier Global 6000

The Global 6000 private jet provides the widest and most spacious cabin among super-large business jets. This aircraft was custom designed with luxury and quality in mind.

  • Range: 11,390 km
  • Length: 30m
  • Price: $62.31 million
  • Passengers: 17
  • Max speed: 590 mph
  • Landing distance: 2,236 ft
  • Manufacturer: Bombardier Aviation

6. Gulfstream G550

Gulfstream is the same model the Air Force uses for airborne early warning. This is the second fastest private jet with the speed of mach .925.

  • Range: 12,501 km
  • Length: 39m
  • Price: $61.5 million
  • Passengers: 14
  • Max speed: 585 mph
  • Landing distance: 2,770 ft
  • Manufacturer: Gulfstream Aerospace

7. Cessna Citation X

There was much excitement in the aviation community when Cessna first announced its goals for the Citation X in short, to completely outdo the competing private jets. Cessna exceeded everyone’s expectations with the Citation X. It was the fastest, most comfortable, and most efficient jet on the market. It was even awarded the prestigious Collier Trophy in its debut year, in honor of the advances it had made in aviation and aerospace technology.

  • Range: 5,956 km
  • Length: 22m
  • Price: $21.5 million
  • Passengers: 6
  • Max speed: 700.3 mph
  • Landing distance: 2,730 ft
  • Manufacturer: Cessna

So that’s it guys. Tell me if you are a millionaire what would you buy? in the comment section. And ask your friends by sharing the article. Hope you guys find it interesting and worth reading. Remember sharing is caring 🙂

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