Our Charters

Executive Gulfstream III

Phoenix Air’s Executive Gulfstream G-III aircraft are the ultimate in efficient, secure, Five Star Air Transportation Service to virtually any airport in the world.

Cruising at 45,000-feet of altitude – far above the weather and commercial airliners – passengers are carried in the ultimate luxury and comfort of exclusive private air travel. With comfortable chairs and divans, conference tables, two bathrooms, a private aft cabin which can be converted into a bedroom, executive chef-trained flight attendants preparing meals to order in the aircraft’s galley, passengers can relax knowing that their flight crew will insure a travel experience of the highest caliber.

The Gulfstream G-III is ideal for coast-to-coast or intercontinental travel with a range of more than 3,500 miles between fuel stops. And while some other business class jets these days are not allowed to land at a growing number of noise sensitive airports around the U.S. and the world, all of Phoenix Air’s Gulfstream G-III jets have been improved with the addition of special “hush kits” on the aircraft engines that make our jets approved for landing at all airports worldwide, including all noise sensitive airports.

Capable of seating up to 14-passengers, the Gulstream G-III jet insures Phoenix Air clients of discreet air travel using private terminals at most of the world’s airports. These private terminals are operated just for executive and corporate jets – most have Customs & Immigration services on site so that passengers can come and go with a minimum of in-country bureaucracy. Private air terminals at both international and smaller airports allow a high degree of efficiency and security, as passengers avoid the large public terminals, and in most cases are delivered ramp-side right to the aircraft’s door.

As congested commercial air travel continues to slow down…as lines at airport security check points continue to grow…as security officers more frequently open and inspect your suitcases… as the time increases to arrive at the airport to insure getting to the gate on time…even First Class tickets do not insure first class treatment anymore. Now more than ever, executive charter air travel is the way to go.

Phoenix Air Charter Coordinators can discuss the most efficient aircraft fit for individual client needs.

 

Executive Gulfstream III

Phoenix Air’s Executive Gulfstream G-III aircraft are the ultimate in efficient, secure, Five Star Air Transportation Service to virtually any airport in the world.

Cruising at 45,000-feet of altitude – far above the weather and commercial airliners – passengers are enveloped in the ultimate luxury and comfort of exclusive private air travel. Comfortable chairs and divans, conference tables, two bathrooms, a private aft cabin which can be converted into a bedroom, executive chef-trained flight attendants preparing meals to order in the aircraft’s galley; passengers can relax knowing that their flight crew will insure a travel experience of the highest caliber.

The Gulfstream G-III is ideal for coast-to-coast or intercontinental travel, with a range of more than 3,500 miles between fuel stops. And while some other business class jets these days are not allowed to land at a growing number of noise sensitive airports around the U.S. and the world, all of Phoenix Air’s Gulfstream G-III jets have been improved with the addition of special “hush kits” on the aircraft engines, making our jets approved for landing at all airports worldwide, including all noise sensitive airports.

Capable of seating up to 14-passengers, Phoenix Air clients are insured of discreet air travel using private terminals at most of the world’s airports. These private terminals are operated just for executive and corporate jets – most have Customs & Immigration services on site so that passengers can come and go with a minimum of in-country bureaucracy. Private air terminals at both international and smaller airports allow a high degree efficiency and security, as passengers avoid the large public terminals, and in most cases are delivered ramp-side right to the aircraft’s door.

As congested commercial air travel continues to slow down…as lines at airport security check points continue to grow…as security officers more frequently open and inspect your suit cases…as the time increases to arrive at the airport to insure getting to the gate on time…even First Class tickets do not insure first class treatment anymore. Now more than ever, executive charter air travel is the way to go.

Executive Learjets

Privacy, discretion, luxury, efficiency and speed are the hallmarks of the most recognized name in business jets – the Learjet. Phoenix Air owns and operates a number of the legendary Learjet Model 35 in executive passenger configuration, and long-range Learjet Model 36 for flights requiring long-range, non-stop dependability. With a maximum passenger seating of eight and flight crew of two, the Learjet Model 35 is a favorite of business executives and others desiring a stylish and expedient form of travel. Cruising at over 500 mph and up to 43,000-feet of altitude (above bad weather), passengers can conduct business in a conference-style setting in total privacy while in route to their destination. In addition, because the Learjet only requires 5,000-feet of runway, it has access to more than 1,200 small and regional airports across the United States where large commercial airlines cannot land.

Phoenix Air Charter Coordinators can discuss the most efficient aircraft fit for individual client needs.

Executive GI

With a cabin in which a six-foot person can stand comfortably, the passenger-configured Gulfstream G-I boasts airline-type seating, oversized cabin windows, an oversized bathroom and a galley capable of serving snacks all the way to full in-flight meals.  The first in the Gulfstream Aerospace business aircraft line of executive airplanes, the G-I is powered by two reliable British Rolls-Royce turboprop (jet prop) engines.  One of the fastest of all turboprop aircraft, the G-I cruises at 300 mph at 18,000 to 24,000 feet of altitude.  Charters in the G-I include two pilots and one flight attendant.

The number of passenger seats varies by aircraft, so contact a Phoenix Air Charter Coordinator for full details