Jet Edge launches point-to-point charter fleet of 85 aircraft


Jet Edge International is introducing a new point-to-point charter fleet of more than 85 customised super-midsize and large-cabin aircraft, pointing to recent high demand for domestic private air travel across the USA. Jet Edge says the fleet is the largest of its kind in the country.

In addition to traditional large-cabin charter offerings such as customised Gulfstream GIV and GIV-SP aircraft, Jet Edge is introducing super-midsize aircraft including the Bombardier Challenger 350 and Challenger 300, and Gulfstream 280.

The fleet includes Bombardier Challenger types

Just one of a plethora of completely customised aircraft, the fleet includes a completely redesigned Challenger 350 that is available for booking now, with flights starting at US$15,000 for a trip from New York to Miami, and US$25,000 for New York to Palm Springs. The charter-ready super-midsize aircraft has a range of 3,200 nautical miles and can accommodate nine passengers. Features include a forward galley, spacious lavatory, dual entertainment monitors and complementary domestic wi-fi. The contemporary interior has a modern grey palette and features bespoke wood inlay and hand-stitched leather seats.

The Gulfstream GIV-SP

Another highlight of the fleet is a redesigned Gulfstream GIV-SP that has a range of 4,200 nautical miles. One-way flights start at US$20,000. The cabin accommodates up to 13 passengers and sleeps up to six. It has a full aft galley with stainless steel appliances, a fully enclosed private aft lavatory and modern entertainment system. The “crisp, contemporary” interior features quilted supple leather seating and refined wood inlay details.

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