Turboprops are propeller aircraft powered by turbine engines. With typical cruising speeds of over 300 knots and an average nonstop range greater than 1000 miles, they can travel further, faster and offer more comfort than piston engine aircraft while keeping charter costs below those of a Light Jet. Popular for short to mid-range flights, models such as the Pilatus PC-12 and King Air 350 can access runways that are often too short for jet aircraft.
The Cessna CE-425 Conquest I and CE-441 Conquest II turboprops have been among the hottest turbine airplanes on the air charter market for several decades thanks to their excellent performance, speed and fuel efficiency. With a cruising speed of 311 knots the Conquest II will get you to your final destination faster than a King Air 350.
The Grand Caravan is Cessna’s top of the line turboprop. The Cessna Grand Caravan is a single-engine turboprop that is mainly used for light air cargo and passenger transport.
The Beechcraft Super King Air 200 is the most successful business aircraft in world history. The King Air 200 offers an unmatched combination of comfort, reliability, speed, utility and value
With an average cruise speed of 310 knots, the King Air 350 is only slightly slower than a jet. It is a luxury charter aircraft.
The King Air 90 is a twin-engine turboprop aircraft popular among on-demand air charter operators and has long a track record for safety and reliability.
The Piaggio P180 Avanti II turboprop’s remarkable performance and speed make it a top choice among on-demand air charter customers.
The Pilatus PC-12 is a high-powered single-engine Turboprop developed by Pilatus Aircrafts of Switzerland. Pilatus PC-12 and Pilatus PC-12NG uses include Part 135 private air charter, Part 91 operations, Air Ambulance, light cargo ops, and special missions.