The following are a few terminologies you’d want to learn upon discussing matters with us:
Average Cruising Speed
This is the average travelling speed of an aircraft measured in Knots True Airspace (KTAS). The average speed of an aircraft on a long-distance flight is approximately 500 KTAS.
This pertains to the total baggage capacity of an aircraft and is typically measured in cubic feet. Ordinary aircrafts have built-in compartments inside the cabin. For private jets, however, there are no available overhead compartments, but attendants will help the passengers in stowing belongings on available empty seats.
Clients are given an overview of the cabin dimensions by giving them the height and width measurements of different types of aircraft. Typically, small planes intended for a short flight have a smaller cabin size when compared to heavy jets and airliners since these aircraft are intended for longer flights.
Full Passenger Range
This pertains to the measure of distance that an aircraft can travel when fully loaded with passengers. Each range differs on every flight since there are unique circumstances associated with every booking.
This is basically your onboard kitchen. For smaller planes, there is fewer food storage, and some types of planes don’t have facilities to refrigerate food. On the case of bigger jets, there is an availability of glass and flatware together with cooking facilities such as an oven, a heater, and a refrigerator for food storage.
This is your on-board toilet. Smaller jets have smaller space for a lavatory and often only have curtains for an enclosure. Larger planes, on the other hand, have a fully enclosed lavatory and amenities for a more comfortable flying experience for a longer flight.
This one pertains to the typical number of passengers going in with the flight. The number of passengers on a flight determines the type of jet to be booked depending on the aircraft’s seating capacity.