Discover the Jet Linx Difference.

Heavy Iron

Oct 21, 2020 | Heavy, Private Jet Travel, SOAR Magazine

The Jet Linx fleet is growing – and so is the number of heavy jet aircraft available for both national and international flights. Explore our fleet of over 20 long-range aircraft below, along with some of the most popular heavy jet models Jet Linx has access to nationwide.


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Birmingham, AL (BHM)
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San Antonio, TX (SAT)
Teterboro, NJ (TEB)


Chicago, IL (PWK)
Dallas, TX (DAL)
Omaha, NE (OMA)
Teterboro, NJ (TEB)


Austin, TX (AUS)
Bedford, MA (BED)


Bridgeport, CT (BDR)


Teterboro, NJ (TEB)


Teterboro, NJ (TEB)
White Plains, NY (HPN)
Washington, D.C. (IAD)


Atlanta, GA (PDK)
Teterboro, NJ (TEB)


Hayward, CA (HWD)


Teterboro, NJ (TEB)


St. Louis, MO (STL)
Chicago, IL (DPA)


Miami, FL (OPF)

Falcon 7X



The Dassault Falcon 7X offers complete and total luxury in one of the finest aircraft on the market. Praised by pilots and passengers for capability and comfort – this aircraft can take you just about anywhere in the world. With its fighter-like responsiveness, landing in the Alps is no issue. Flights between Paris and Singapore or Los Angeles and Rome are a breeze in this ultra-long-range jet.

A typical cabin configuration offers forward and aft lavatories, galley, and three seating areas, including a club seating section with four facing, larger executive seats and foldout sidewall tables; a conference grouping with four narrower seats and an electrically activated, folding hi-lo table and opposite sidewall credenza; and an aft stateroom with one or two divans that fold out into beds and/or executive single seats.

Global 6000



The Global 6000 was engineered to let you get things done while flying. With eight passengers on board, it can fly more than 6,900 miles. That means flights from Hong Kong to London or Dubai to Singapore. Conducting a business meeting or getting a full night’s sleep are both possible in this comfortable and well-outfitted cabin. The wide cabin is separated into three different zones; a social space with four executive chairs facing one another; a dining and meeting area aside from an entertainment center; and a private rest area with a pair of divans that can be converted into beds.

At its ceiling of 51,000 feet, the cabin maintains an altitude lower than 6,000 feet. This remarkable feat assures that executives arrive to their destinations feeling refreshed and ready to go. This aircraft’s baggage space (195 cubic feet) can be safely accessed in-flight, allowing passengers to move about freely and to retrieve important collateral at a moment’s notice. If you want to travel at the same speed as your business, then the Global 6000 can take you where you need to be.

Falcon 900EX



This eye-catching, three-engine jet combines cabin comfort, mission versatility and state-of-the-art design and construction. The trijet design lets you go where twinjets cannot and the lightweight construction means you burn less fuel while doing so. The capability to use shorter runways adds appeal, especially for business travelers that may need to access small airports with a larger plane carrying more than a few executives. However, this jet offers versatility in flight planning and is ideal for transoceanic and transcontinental journeys.

Although the Falcon 900EX remains well-known as a high-performance aircraft, the standup, flat-floor cabin yields 1,264 cubic feet of space and totals out at 77 inches wide. Standard seating is between eight and twelve passengers in a double-club configuration and a three-person divan. Two seats can be reclined and combined to make a full-length bed, but all seats are fully adjustable, can move along a track, swivel, and recline. Console tables come standard, allowing room for laptops, copiers, scanners, monitors, or anything else your executive team might need. The aft baggage compartment, which holds 127 cubic feet of baggage, is pressurized and air conditioned, and can be accessed in-flight.




The G550 has an airframe-engine combination that can deliver eight passengers and a crew of four to destinations up to 6,750 nautical miles away at Mach 0.8. That’s Tokyo to Palm Beach, Florida, nonstop in 12.5 hours, with reserves. This long-range jet was produced in 2003 and is perhaps the most successful model in Gulfstream history. It offers a top speed of 585 mph, a range of 7,767 miles, and the ability to seat 19 people.

The G550 cabin maintains a sea-level altitude through 29,000 feet and has a maximum altitude of 6,000 feet, meaning a comfortable and quiet ride across the globe. Typical cabin arrangements offer up to four living spaces with forward or aft gourmet galleys, storage credenzas, walk-in baggage areas, dual forward and aft lavatories with flushing vacuum toilets, crew rest areas, conference groupings, executive “club-four” seating areas and divans with berthing tops that convert to sleeping space. Ample ambient light brightens the cabin through the G550’s 14 large oval signature windows. The relatively low cabin altitude, roomy seating and enhanced lighting combine to create a comfortable environment and minimize jet lag.


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