Advanced Air is excited to announce that we are embarking on a new chapter in the company’s history. Starting Jan. 6, Advanced air will be providing scheduled service in New Mexico and Arizona under a federal government program called Essential Air Service (EAS). The EAS program is designed to connect rural airports to the major U.S. air system hubs with a subsidy and incentive for companies like ours to provide air service in much-needed areas of the country.

 

Advanced Air’s EAS service will provide daily service to and from Silver City, New Mexico and both Albuquerque and Phoenix, Arizona. Silver City’s air travelers include employees in the mining, health care, government and university industries, all of whom consider air travel a critical need. The EAS contract also opens up new opportunities in New Mexico and Arizona for new air service options that you’ll soon hear about, so stay tuned! In Albuquerque, a burgeoning film industry has expressed interest in our services for air services to and from the Los Angeles area, and Phoenix represents a potential market of frequent travelers who value a higher quality and volume of travel between Phoenix and Southern California.

 

We hope you’ll tell your friends, family and acquaintances who may be interested in these new services to book a flight today! Visit: www.AdvancedAirlines.com/shuttles for details on schedules and pricing.

Are you a high level dignitary? How about a global leader in business, sports or entertainment? If you self-identify with any of those titles you’re most likely flying around in one of the most expensive private jets in the world. Although I’m bias towards all Bombardier products, you can’t go wrong with a Gulfstream. Even if you’re a professional pop star that needs to fly home from Hong Kong after you blew the socks off of everyone in the AsiaWorld-Expo Arena or a certain well known business man flying back from Davos after explaining why everyone in the world should care about colonizing mars, you’re going to need to ride in style.

 

Bombardier Global Express 8000

With plenty of room for you and 16 of your closest associates this stylish business tool will set you back $71 million. I know what you’re thinking. A drop in the bucket compared to the value you’re getting back. This is the farthest flying private jet ever conceived. If you only fly private, it might as well be on the most comfortable aircraft built by man. This private jet is so big it has dedicated crew rest area so you can squirrel away extra pilots to relieve the other two when they get tired. Still not impressed? Did you notice the shower? YES you can equip your Global Express with a SHOWER if you have enough money. Just in case you need to give the kids a quick wipe down after baseball practice you won’t need to waste any time going home first.

 

Gulfstream G650

You can’t go wrong with American ingenuity. This aircraft is all American with refined state side luxuries. You don’t like that gross pre-breathed airliner air? The Gulfstream G650 replenishes the entire cabin’s air supply every 2 minutes! Having a slumber party during your 15 hour flight? No problem, the G650 sleeps up to 10 people. Probably more if you forced the kids to share. It’s not uncommon to see this aircraft outfitted with 19 VIP seats while you’re hurdling towards your destination at nearly the speed of sound. Really! The G650’s max operating speed is 0.925 MACH. Not too shabby for a mere $65 million, making it the biggest, fastest and overall best jet money can buy. For now, the Gulfstream G650 is the gold standard in ultra-long range business jets.

There are a lot of private jets based in Los Angeles available for charter. Some, private jets are more luxurious. Other turbo prop aircraft offer economy and ruggedness. The perfect combination for your big golf trip. We aren’t chartering these airplanes to save money. We want the perfect aircraft to save us time, hassle and stress. Which private jet is best for you?

  1. Global Express
    A hugely capable aircraft with a customizable cabin, the newest series of the Global Express is your personal airliner. With a 7,900 nautical mile range you can connect from Los Angeles to Hong Kong or New Delhi to New York. Wherever you keep your pied-à-terre, only the elite families of the world will travel on a Global Express. It’s Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson’s favorite airframe for a reason. Feel free to bring a football to toss around during the flight. The hourly charter price is about $16,000 per hour of use.
  2. Challenger 604
    If you need intercontinental range and the space to stay connected to the world via Wi-Fi, no other Large Cabin Private Jet is needed. The cost to Charter a Challenger 604 is reasonable as far as private jets go. If you’re Kim Kardashian, chartering this plane from LA to New York or London to Dubai is standard practice. But don’t be shy. If you only fly in large cabin aircraft the Challenger 604 isn’t a bad way to fly an hour up north to visit your favorite farmers market in Monterey CA. Expect to pay about $11,000 per hour of use for this private jet charter.
  3. Lear Jet 75
    The Lear Jet 75 is the largest of the light jets. Although you don’t charter a light jet for the cabin size, you can still appreciate having enough room for 9 passengers or all your dogs. Light jets are notorious for not feeling luxurious. Not true for the Lear Jet 75. Besides its blistering speed this business jet still offers Wi-Fi, a full galley and enough room for 6 sets of golf clubs. Not to mention you’ll get there in half the time of the smaller and slower light jets like the Citation CJ3+. Although more expensive to charter than all the other light jets, the extra speed, safety and luxury are worth the $6,400 per hour price.
  4. King Air 350

The workhorse of the American made private jets. Nobody has delivered more aircraft than the King Air series. Calling this private aircraft successful is an understatement. With over 9000 delivered worldwide the King Air is known for ruggedness, reliability and economy. The turbo props on the outside of this aircraft make the aircraft slow, but fuel efficient and short airfield capable. It’s not uncommon to fit 9 full size men and their golf bags for a weekend golf adventure. You can’t do that on a light jet. This airplane has enough room for your family, the kids and the Au pair. Lots of baggage? The King Air has you covered. From skis, snowboards, golf clubs or shotguns, if you can get the door closed this private aircraft can haul it. And all for a thrifty $4,200 per hour.

  1. Pilatus PC12
    The Swiss aren’t just good at designing watches. They put their craftsmanship to good use designing this single engine turbo prop that dominates the boutique aircraft charter market. Not as large as the King Air 350, you can still fit 6-8 passengers and land in a remote area in the Swiss Alps or on your vineyard in Napa. Pack all your gear, the kids and the dogs. The PC12 is most commonly chartered for out of the way hideouts within 2 hours of your departure. With an enclosed bathroom just for good measure it makes a lot of sense to spend an extra $3,600 per hour to make your travel that much less stressful. Don’t forget, we aren’t chartering an airplane to save money.

About the Aircraft

A larger version of the King Air 200, the King 350 is a twin-engine turboprop with a stretched fuselage that allows for up to eight passengers in two-club configuration.

Range

The King 350 has winglets added to the wingtips to increase the aircraft’s range and performance. This aircraft can handle journeys of up to 14,000 non-stop nautical miles with a full load of eight passengers on board. The King 350 has a maximum cruise speed of 352 mph and a range of 2,078 miles, giving you the optimal performance you can find from a turboprop.

The King 350 is able to take off from shorter runways without issue even with an impressive payload capacity of 2,545 lbs.

Interior Feature

As for the interior features, you’ll be sitting comfortably in the lap of luxury inside this stunning aircraft. You’ll kick back in club seats, marvel at the laminated cabinets, kick off your shoes to feel the wool carpet, and operate the electronic shutters at the push of a button. The aircraft comes with a private bathroom and standard WiFi capability.

Ready for unparalleled levels of comfort and convenience? How about a modular refreshments center, a forward flat-screen, and adjustable cabin pressure. Upgraded models come with even more features, including a full onboard entertainment system. There is even enough onboard storage space to stow your golf bags in wing lockers, enabling you to land and hit the links right away.

Every King Air 350 is fitted with the Pro Line 21™ Integrated Avionics System to give you the maximum capabilities and situational awareness while in flight. You’ll be able to see where you are at all times and read various information regarding your flight on LCD displays, offering passengers state-of-the-art functionality.

Your Office in the Sky

Need to get away quickly for a business trip? The King Air 350 the world’s most popular business turboprop, perfect for your work-while-you-fly needs, with built-in hideaway executive work tables, electric outlets at every seat, and LED reading and table lights so you can work well into the wee hours of the night should duty call. Worried about the prop noise? The King Air 350 comes with built-in vibration absorbers that dull outside noise and provide a quieter-than-usual interior, giving you an unparalleled work environment in the sky.

King Air 350 – A More Sustainable Choice

For those travelers looking to reduce their carbon footprint, the Beechcraft King Air 350 is unmatched when it comes to fuel efficiency. This gives socially-conscious passengers greater peace of mind and a low operating cost per seat mile. It’s one of the most sustainable options you’ll find for charter air travel.

Specs

Passengers: 9

Cruise speed: 352 mph

Cabin length: 16’4”

Cabin width: 4’5”

Cabin height: 4’9”

Luggage space: 72 cu. Ft.

Range: 2,078 mi