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Turboprop aircraft combine the low-cost advantages of the piston aircraft while sharing some of the performance and cabin comfort advantages of light jets. Turboprops are powered by turbine propeller engines. With average cruising speeds of over 300 mph and an average nonstop range above 1,000 miles, a turboprop can travel further, faster and offer more comfort than piston aircraft while keeping charter costs below those of jet aircraft. Popular for short to mid-range flights, turboprops can access runways that are often too short for jet aircraft. Amenities often include: pressurized passenger cabins for added comfort, safety and performance and a semi-private lavatory.
BAE Jetstream
Capacity: 15
Cruising Speed: 285 mph
Range: 850 miles
Beechcraft 1900D
The Beechcraft 1900 is a pressurized twin-engine turboprop jet.  It is used primarily as a regional airliner.  However, it is also used for cargo and as a business jet.

Capacity: 19 passengers
Cruising Speed:  300 mph
Range:  1,498 miles
Cessna Conquest
Capacity: 8-10 passengers
Cruising Speed: 285 mph
Range: 1,291 miles
 
Cessna Grand Caravan
The Cessna Grand Caravan is Cessna's top of the line turboprop.  The Cessna Grand Caravan is an unpressurized single turbo prop that is used for light cargo and also as a passenger aircraft.

Capacity:  9 passengers
Cruising Speed: 200 mph
Range:  960 miles
King Air 100
The King Air B100 is a beautiful jet that combines comfort and performance.  The King Air B100 aircraft includes adjustable seating, convenient hot and cold refreshments and in flight accessible storage.  The King Air B100 is longer than the King Air C90B allowing greater seating capacity.

Capacity:  8 passengers
Cruising Speed:  280 mph
Range:  1,325 miles
King Air 200
The King Air B200 is one of the most successful turbine aircraft in the aviation business.  The King Air B200 has a comfortable "square oval" design which provides more standing room.  Some of the amenities in the King Air B200 is a convenient refreshment storage,  in and flight accessibility to baggage.

Capacity:  7-9 passengers
Cruising Speed:  300 mph
Range:   500 miles
King Air 300
The Beachcraft King Air 300 is a twin-engine turboprop produced by Beechcraft Aircraft Corporation.  The King Air 300 is used as a utility aircraft but is also used for corporate travel. 

Capacity:  13 passengers
Cruising Speed: 311 mph
Range: 1,321 miles
King Air 350
There is no other turboprop business aircraft that can match the success of the King Air 350.  It is a luxury aircraft with many amenities including leather seating, individual reading lights, expansive view windows, and retractable work tables.  This aircraft combines comfort, luxury, and performance.

Capacity:  9 passengers
Cruising Speed:  335 mph
Range:  1,500 miles
Baggage Capacity: 55 cu. ft.
King Air 90
The King Air 90 is perfect for short trips.  Its runway capabilities allow you to fly into large or small airports. 

Capacity:  6-7 passengers
Cruising Speed:  283 mph
Range:  1,267 miles
Pilatus PC-12
The Pilatus PC-12 is a single-engine turboprop aircraft. The Pilatus PC-12 combines economy, reliability, and versatility.  It can be used as a cargo aircraft as well as for business travel. 

Capacity:  9 passengers
Cruising Speed:  313 mph
Range:  1,753 miles
SAAB 340
The SAAB 340  is a two-engine turboprop aircraft.  The SAAB 340 has an active noise and control system which reduces the noise and vibration levels creating a more soothing experience. 

Capacity:  30-36 passengers
Cruising Speed: 
Range:  635 miles
   
 
   
 
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