- 02 Sep 2020
- Matt Harris
Mid-size jets typically offer ranges between 2,000nm and 3,500nm and are ideal for owners and operators flying cross-continental trips or transporting 7-9 passengers regularly. A mid-size jet puts the US East coast within non-stop reach of the West Coast, while the super mid-size jets at the top end of the category are capable of crossing the Atlantic non-stop. Buyers can expect a mid-size jet cabin to offer a galley area, enclosed lavatory and accessible luggage area. Popular jets within this category are currently manufactured by Bombardier, Cessna, Embraer and Gulfstream, while out-of-production models can be purchased on the used market built by Hawker Beechcraft, among others. Those in the market for a new mid-size jet can expect to pay between $12m and $21m. Buyers shopping the pre-owned marketplace will find models for substantially less money, depending on age, condition and maintenance status (among other things).