Representative Aircrafts include: King Air 90, 100, 200, 300, Cheyenne I, II, III, IV, Merlin, Beech Starship, Pilatus PC-12 (shown to the left), and the Commander The greatest advantage to all of these options is their flexibility when it comes to landing space. Both Piston aircrafts and turboprops can easily land on shorter airstrips in comparison to long traditional runways. Some can even land in grass airfields. This allows customers the opportunity to arrive closer to their final destination and ultimately save on time and money.
Turboprops and Pistons alike, are less expensive to operate than jets, making them a ideal choice when booking shorter trips. While a bit smaller in size than traditional jets, many options are outfitted to include comparable cabin comfort for both business travel and relaxation during flight. New technology also mitigates background noise during flight.
When choosing your aircraft, let our experts help you decide. At FlyUSA, we want to find you the best possible deal. Our private aviation advisors are on call 24/7 and happy to review the specifications of your plane or jet to find what best suits your needs.