Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Cessna Citation Mustang for sale

2010 Cessna Citation Mustang
TT 550 Hrs.
One Owner Since New
Power Advantage+
Feature Synthetic Vision
Price: 1.700.000 USD

Tuesday, June 04, 2013

Bombardier Learjet 70/75

Bombardier has pushed back certification of the Learjet 70/75 to the fourth quarter of this year, from what had been planned to be an early-2013 entry into service. “Our supplier, Garmin, encountered some difficulties in delivering its avionics hardware and software,” a Bombardier spokeswoman told AIN. The Learjet 70/75 were slated to be the first jets certified with Garmin’s G5000 flight deck, although Cessna’s Sovereign might now enter service before the new Learjet.

In a proxy statement filed on March 14, Garmin explained that it is providing a short-term, interest-free loan of $173.7 million in cash in seven installments “to assist Bombardier in connection with delayed cash flows from the program partially related to the certification of avionics for the program exceeding the planned delivery date.” The proxy statement added: “Conditional upon Garmin International returning to Learjet a flight-test vehicle and delivering specified Garmin software and hardware to Learjet no later than July 11, 2013, Bombardier will repay the loan in five installments beginning on Nov. 1, 2013 and ending on March 7, 2014, provided that the repayment dates will be extended on a day-for-day basis if the July 11, 2013 milestone date is extended.”

According to a Garmin spokesman, “These integrated systems are extremely complex with many interdependencies. While we are unable to comment on the exact nature of any delay, we are working diligently to ensure that this delay is brief.”

Monday, May 06, 2013

New Citation Sovereign's first production flight marks significant program milestone

The flight of the new aircraft lasted a little more than two and a half hours and included tests of the Garmin G5000 avionics with auto throttles, autopilot, engine system, aircraft systems and instrument approaches. The airplane took off and landed at Wichita, Kan., Mid-Continent Airport (ICT) where Cessna's main manufacturing facility is located.

"The aircraft handling characteristics and performance were exceptional, just as we had anticipated after flying more than 1,300 hours in three test flight articles. The Garmin G5000 avionics system provides a sense of control and situational awareness that any pilot will appreciate," said Matt Freund, Cessna production flight test pilot. "The new Sovereign makes a great airplane even better and continues to show the confidence and reliability of our Citation brand - this is a terrific milestone for the new Sovereign and Cessna."

The new Sovereign will have a range of 3,000 nm (3,452 statute miles or 5,556 km). It features improved cabin cooling, Garmin G5000 avionics with auto throttles and a new cabin management system. Winglets have been added to the new Sovereign ensuring its capability of reaching a top speed of 458kts (848 km/h) and contributing to the increased range and enabling a direct climb to 45,000 feet (13.7 km) - while still being renowned for taking off and landing on short runways.

Featuring one of the longest passenger cabins in its class and capable of seating nine people, the new Sovereign is fitted with Pratt & Whitney turbofan engines allowing for 5,852 lb of thrust. Along with a newly announced five year warranty package, the new Sovereign offers owners even greater value.

"This milestone first flight shows the heritage of the strong Citation brand is embedded in all we do instilling confidence in our customers that Cessna has, yet again, taken customer feedback and combined it with Cessna engineering and craftsmanship to make a trusted Citation aircraft even better," said Kelly Reich, Cessna business leader for the new Citation Sovereign. "Our team designing, building and flying Cessna's next generation of aircraft is excited today knowing our customers will soon experience the new Citation Sovereign."

Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Climate warning as destabilised air currents make flights bumpier

FLIGHTS will become bumpier as global warming destabilises air currents at altitudes used by commercial airliners, climate scientists warn.

Already, atmospheric turbulence injures hundreds of airline passengers each year, sometimes fatally, damaging aircraft and costing the industry an estimated $145 million, scientists say.

"Climate change is not just warming the Earth's surface, it is also changing the atmospheric winds 10 kilometres high, where planes fly," said study co-author Paul Williams of the University of Reading's National Centre for Atmospheric Science in southeastern England.

"That is making the atmosphere more vulnerable to the instability that creates clear-air turbulence.

"Our research suggests that we'll be seeing the 'fasten seatbelts' sign turned on more often in the decades ahead."

Turbulence is mainly caused by vertical airflow - up-draughts and down-draughts near clouds and thunderstorms.

Clear-air turbulence, which is not visible to the naked eye and cannot be picked up by satellite or traditional radar, is linked to atmospheric jet streams, which are projected to strengthen with climate change.

"Turbulence strong enough to make walking difficult and to dislodge unsecured objects is likely to become twice as common in transatlantic airspace by the middle of this century," said Mr Williams.

Williams said CO2 caused non-uniform warming, which increased the jet stream winds.

"A stronger jet stream means the atmosphere is less stable, which creates more turbulence," he explained.

The study, published in the journal Nature Climate Change, said planes already spent about one per cent of their cruise time in strong clear-air turbulence.

Frequent flyers had reported bumpiness to be on the rise, but this was the first study to actually measure the projected impact of climate change, said the authors.

"Flight paths may need to become more convoluted to avoid patches of turbulence that are stronger and more frequent, in which journey times will lengthen and fuel consumption and emissions will increase," they wrote.

"Aviation is partly responsible for changing the climate in the first place," added Mr Williams.

"It is ironic that the climate looks set to exact its revenge by creating a more turbulent atmosphere for flying."

Monday, March 11, 2013

Dassault Falcon 100 for sale: $ 600.000

And the second offer for today is our Dassault Falcon 100, with possiblity of been used as an ambulance with two stretchers, for only $ 600.000.

Year 1985

Spanish Reg.


MSP program engine.

CAMP maintenance. 

Cpacity 7 seats + 2 pilots.

Range 1500 NM.

Piper Cheyenne IIXL for sale: $ 400.000

Our first exclusive sale is a turboprop Piper Cheyenne IIXL, enabled as an ambulance with stretcher for only $ 400.000 (negotiable)

Year 1982.


Spanish Reg.

620 hp each engine.

Propellers and engine from 0 hours by overhaul. 

Cpacity 6 seats + 2 pilots.

Exclusive offers!

Dear friends, pay attention today to our blog. We are about to come up in a few minutes with tho exclusive offers!

Tuesday, March 05, 2013

Gulfstream G650 and G280 make Australian debut at Avalon 2013

Two aircraft set four unconfirmed city-pair records en route to air show

Gulfstream’s two newest aircraft arrived in Australia on Monday to participate in the company’s static display at Avalon 2013 in Geelong, Victoria. It’s the first time both the super mid-sized Gulfstream G280 and the ultra-large-cabin, ultra-long-range G650 have been in Australia.

“We’re thrilled to be able to show these two aircraft to our customers in Australia,” saidScott Neal, senior vice president, Sales and Marketing, Gulfstream. “It’s an opportunity for customers to see firsthand the tremendous capabilities of the G280 and G650, including speed, range, safety, reliability and comfort.”

The two aircraft demonstrated their speed and range en route to Australia, setting a series of potential city-pair records. The G650 set a world record between Honolulu and Auckland, flying 3,868 nm (7,164 km) in 7 hours and 57 minutes. Once approved by the National Aeronautic Association, this record will join eight others already set by the G650.

The G280 set three pending records en route to Avalon. The aircraft took off at maximum weight from Carlsbad, Calif., where it demonstrated its takeoff capabilities from the short runway (4,897 ft/1,492 m). It then flew six people (three passengers and three crew) to Honolulu, a distance of 2,322 nm (4,300 km), in 5 hours and 31 minutes at an average speed of Mach 0.83. The aircraft flew the 2,292 nm (4,245 km) from Honolulu to Pago Pago in 5 hours and 12 minutes at an average speed of Mach 0.83. The flight from Pago Pago to Melbourne, a distance of 2,846 nm (5,270 km), took 7 hours and 16 minutes at an average speed of Mach 0.80. The G280 has set 22 city-pair records since it entered service in 2012.

The aircraft’s appearance at Avalon 2013 is part of a world demonstration tour intended to introduce the two aircraft to customers. Since entering service in November 2012, the G280 demonstrator has visited 65 cities in 15 countries, accumulating more than 340 flight hours. Its longest nonstop flight was from Savannah to London, a journey of 3,676 nm (6,808 km).

Saturday, February 16, 2013

Average Jet Charter Rates

Average Jet Charter Rates (Per Hour)

Gulfstream 550
Falcon 7X
Falcon 900
Gulfstream IV
Challenger 604
Citation X
Hawker 800
Citation Excel/XLS
Learjet 60
Citation Mustang

Monday, February 11, 2013

New aircraft in the Ijet Aviation fleet: Airbus A318- Elite

Airbus A318- Elite 


 Seating 4+18/120 
Wing loading 110.4 
Power loading 0.32 
Noise (EPNdB): To/Sideline/Apr 82.2/92.0/93.9 


  External -    
  Length  103.2 
Height 42.1 
Span 111.8 

Internal -      
Length (O/A Net)  70.2/70.2 
Height 7.4 
Width: Max /floor 12.2/11.6 


Internal -  Cu. ft / lb  330/NA

External -  Cu. ft / lb  680/NA 


Output(lb. ea)/Flat rating 23,300/ISA +15°C 
Inspection interval OC 


Max  Ramp 146,390 
Max Takeoff 145,505 
Max Landing 126,765 
Zero fuel 120,150 


Max payload 26,430 
Useful load 51,785 
Executive payload 3,600 
Max Fuel 45,761 
Available payload with Max fuel 6,909 
Available fuel with Max payload 26,240 
Available fuel with exec payload 49,070 


 Mmo 0.820 
Trans Alt FL/Vmo 26,400ft/0.82M/350Kts 
PSI 8.3 

Monday, February 04, 2013

Ijet Aviation: Agusta 109 Power


The Agusta A109 respectively AW109 is a light eight-seat twin-engine multi-purpose helicopter produced by the Italian manufacturer Agusta (today AgustaWestland) since 1971. The A109 is in use of both civil and military operators, and now its part of our extensive fleet of aircrafts.

Crew:                    1-2

Passengers:           6-7

Propulsion:           2 Turboshaft Engines

Engine Model:     Allison / Rolls-Royce 250-C20B

Engine Power (each):  313 kW 420 shp

Max. Cruise Speed:  278 km/h, 150 kts, 173 mph

Max. Speed (vne):    311 km/h, 168 kts, 193 mph

Service Ceiling:        4.572 m, 15.000 ft

Rate of climb:           503 m/min, 1650 ft/min

Range:                       948 km, 512 NM, 589 mi.

Empty Weight:         1.418 kg, 3.126 lbs

MTOW:                    2.600 kg, 5.732 lbs

Rotor Blades (main/tail):  4/2, 4/2

Main Rotor Diameter:      11,00 m, 36,1 ft

Tail Rotor Diameter:        2,03 m, 6,7 ft

Rotor Disc Area:              95,0 m², 1023 ft²

Length (Fuselage):           11,45 m, 37,6 ft

Length:                             13,04 m, 42,8 ft

Height:                              3,40 m, 11,2 ft

Thursday, January 31, 2013


Now also offering a competitive aeronautical insurance service:


            - CFI Insurance.

            - Corporate Aircraft.

            - Flying clubs.

            - Aviation business.

            - Owners Insurance.

            - Non-owned Insurance.

Consult our experts and discover how much can you save 


Comfort and safety in your hands: Hawker 125-600 A

Hawker 125-600 A

Powerplant: Two 16.7kN (3750lb) RollsRoyce Viper 601 turbojets.

Performance: Long range cruising speed 810km/h (427kt). Initial rate of climb 4900ft/min.      Range with max fuel and reserves 3020km (1630nm).

Weights: Max takeoff 11,340kg (25,000lb).

Dimensions: Wing span 14.32m (47ft 0in), length 15.37m (50ft 6in), height 5.26m (17ft 3in). Wing area 32.8m2 (353sq ft).

Capacity: Flightcrew of two. Various optional interior configurations offered depending on customer preference. Max main cabin seating for 14.

Tuesday, January 29, 2013

From Ijet Aviation, as usual, only offering the best at the best price: GULFSTREAM 200


                            - Passangers: 8

                            - Range: 3200 NM (5925 Km)

                            - Cruising speed: 460 Kt (851 Km/h)

                            - Height: 6 Ft (2 m)

                            - Width: 11 Ft (3.53 m)

                            - Length: 29 Ft (7.84 m)  

Monday, January 28, 2013

Starting a new day with a new aircraft from our fleet: Learjet 60

Bombardier Learjet 60:

                       - Two Pratt & Whitney engines.

                       - Passangers: 10

                       - Cruising speed: 420 Kt (778 km/h)

                       - MTOW: 23.501 Lb (10.660 Kg)

                       - Range: 2409 NM (4461 Km)

                       - Wingspan: 44 Ft (13.34 m)

                       - Length: 58 Ft (17.88 m)

                       - Height: 14 Ft (4.47 m) 

Thursday, January 24, 2013

Flying Over America

Fly the Dassault Falcon 900 with Ijet Aviation

A beautiful jet with amazing capabilities. Able to carry 12 passengers in the most comfortable way.
With a 2m high, 2,50m wide and 11m length cabin.
Flying in a cruising speed of 460 kt ( 850 km/h), with a range of 8330 Km, able to take you from Malaga (LEMG) to New York (KJFK) in 7h and 30m. 
What more could you ask for?