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What is the fastest private jet? If you are an aviation fan, want to satisfy your need for speed, or want to fly the fastest plane to save more time; we put together for you an up-to-date list of the fastest private jets available on the market until 2022.
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1. Cessna Citation X+ (Mach 0.935).
Per the American Cessna Aircraft Company, the current fastest private jet leading this list is the Cessna Citation X+, although it is no longer in production, the plane can travel at Mach 0.935 with a capacity of 12 passengers. As the fastest commercial jet available on the market, the Citation X+ tops out at 3,460 nautical miles per hour and can fly distances from Los Angeles to New York in four hours or less. Two Rolls-Royce turbofan engines and Honeywell Primus 2000 autopilot avionics power this mid-size business jet. The Citation X+ isn’t just about speed, but this aircraft also offers comfortable space with a nearly 24-foot-long cabin, wide reclining seats, 13 large windows, a refreshment center, and a spacious aft lavatory. Time is money, that is the reason why many big companies choose private aviation and faster planes instead of average commercial aviation.
2. Gulfstream G650 (Mach 0.925).
From Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation, the Gulfstream G-650 is the second-fastest private jet on the market to date with a maximum Mach speed of 0.925. This aircraft can travel non-stop up to 12,964 kilometers with a capacity of 18 passengers. The G-650 is one of the most popular private jets on the market. This plane makes the world smaller by connecting cities like New York and Tokyo nearly an hour faster than other large-cabin planes. With an 8-foot-6-inch/2.59-meter-wide cabin, the largest of its kind, the interior of the Gulfstream G650 helps create an exquisitely comfortable environment for its passengers, with up to four seating areas, 16 large windows, and seats that become beds for a night’s sleep.
3. Dassault Falcon 7X (Mach 0.90).
The Dassault Falcon 7X can reach a speed of 0.90 and is manufactured by the French company Dassault. This aircraft was the first business jet to include a digital flight control system. The Falcon 7 X can cover long non-stop distances such as Paris-Tokyo or Shanghai-Seattle carrying 13 passengers in maximum comfort, in up to 3 seating areas. This model is the first business jet with a sleek and quiet executive cabin using fighter jet technology.
4. Bombardier Global 6000 (Mach 0.89).
Produced by Bombardier Aerospace, this plane can reach a considerable speed of 590 miles per hour and a maximum speed of 0.89 Mach. Two Rolls Royce BR710A2-20 turbofan engines power the Global 6000 aircraft, flying it from Aspen to London nonstop with up to 13 passengers. This jet has the largest cabin volume of any purpose-built business jet, providing maximum comfort.
5. Gulfstream G550 (Mach 0.885).
Reaching Mach 0.885, the G550 can travel non-stop for more than 12 hours or 6,750 nautical miles/12,501 kilometers carrying up to 19 passengers. Powered by two Rolls-Royce BR710 engines, this jet produced by the American Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation can cover long distances such as Shanghai to Los Angeles without stopping to refuel. The interior of the Gulfstream G550 includes two full bathrooms and other amenities needed for long-haul travel.