For flying in short distances with just a small group, the better choice would be to book a light jet. The typical seating capacity of light jets is 4-8 passengers. Lighter jets have some of the fastest aircraft and tend to have access in and out airports which heavier jets don’t have.
The capacity for storing baggage in light jets are restricted and often limited. In spite of that, this type of jets is still the most convenient for most clients.
To give you an overview of the aircraft that belong to light jets, here are a few examples:
Beechcraft Beechjet 400/ Hawker 400
This aircraft is programmed by Hawk 400XPR which allowed it to travel faster on an increasing range. This is ideal for a passenger group consisting of 7 people. Since this is a small aircraft, the galley has limited space and facilities.
This is typical for flying short distances on a short period of time. Most clients who prefer this jet are business executives; it is also typically used for life-saving medical transports.
This aircraft is known for its low-noise cabin and high max cruise altitude. The lavatory is fully enclosed while the galley has only limited facilities available. This jet can only accommodate a maximum of 7 passengers.
Bombardier Learjet 31, 35, 40, 45, 70, 75
This type of light jet is among the longest-running aviation brands. Decades of development and engine innovation gave this aircraft slight edge among others of its type. Typically, small planes like this can accommodate 4-7 passengers only. The lavatory and galley are both of limited facilities.
Cessna Citation II, Bravo, CJ2, CJ3, CJ4, Encore, V, Ultra
This aviation brand has been around since the early 1970s. Its structure is typical and its speed is of also on the average speed of an ordinary light jet. What makes this aircraft unique among others is that it provides enclosed lavatories and complete facilities for its galley.