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The world’s 5 fastest private aircraft

Top 5 fastest planes in the private flight industry

 

We know your time worth gold, we have taken the task to present the world’s five fastest private aircraft, to help you save your time when you fly.

The fastest private aircraft in the world is the Cessna Citation X+, which flies at a speed of Mach 0.935 (1154 km per hour). Worth $20 million and so, being the least expensive of this list.

In the second place, we have the Gulfstream G650, which reaches a speed of Mach 0.925 (1142 km per hour) and is worth $65 million. The appearance of the Gulfstream G500, with similar characteristics and performance, is now awaited in the marketplace.

In third place, but has now broken a record, is the Dassault Falcon 7X, which flies at a speed of Mach 0.9 (1111 km per hour). This aircraft is worth $52.5 million and the record established was a flight from New York to London in less than six hours, an hour less than the normal flying time.

Fourth is the Bombardier Global 6000, an aircraft which flies at Mach 0.89 (1098 km per hour) and costs $45 million.

In the fifth and last place in the list of these swift aircraft, we have the Gulfstream G550 with a maximum speed of Mach 0.885 (1092 km per hour). It is the second most expensive at $53.5 million and this for its capacity to fly 6,700 knots, or nautical miles, without landing.

We hope you find this information useful to help you save your time when you are in the air.

 

Max Brog
CEO, South American Jets

 

Top 5 fastest planes in the private flight industry

 

We know your time worth gold, we have taken the task to present the world’s five fastest private aircraft, to help you save your time when you fly.

The fastest private aircraft in the world is the Cessna Citation X+, which flies at a speed of Mach 0.935 (1154 km per hour). Worth $20 million and so, being the least expensive of this list.

In the second place, we have the Gulfstream G650, which reaches a speed of Mach 0.925 (1142 km per hour) and is worth $65 million. The appearance of the Gulfstream G500, with similar characteristics and performance, is now awaited in the marketplace.

In third place, but has now broken a record, is the Dassault Falcon 7X, which flies at a speed of Mach 0.9 (1111 km per hour). This aircraft is worth $52.5 million and the record established was a flight from New York to London in less than six hours, an hour less than the normal flying time.

Fourth is the Bombardier Global 6000, an aircraft which flies at Mach 0.89 (1098 km per hour) and costs $45 million.

In the fifth and last place in the list of these swift aircraft, we have the Gulfstream G550 with a maximum speed of Mach 0.885 (1092 km per hour). It is the second most expensive at $53.5 million and this for its capacity to fly 6,700 knots, or nautical miles, without landing.

We hope you find this information useful to help you save your time when you are in the air.

 

Max Brog
CEO, South American Jets

 

Top 5 fastest planes in the private flight industry

 

We know your time worth gold, we have taken the task to present the world’s five fastest private aircraft, to help you save your time when you fly.

The fastest private aircraft in the world is the Cessna Citation X+, which flies at a speed of Mach 0.935 (1154 km per hour). Worth $20 million and so, being the least expensive of this list.

In the second place, we have the Gulfstream G650, which reaches a speed of Mach 0.925 (1142 km per hour) and is worth $65 million. The appearance of the Gulfstream G500, with similar characteristics and performance, is now awaited in the marketplace.

In third place, but has now broken a record, is the Dassault Falcon 7X, which flies at a speed of Mach 0.9 (1111 km per hour). This aircraft is worth $52.5 million and the record established was a flight from New York to London in less than six hours, an hour less than the normal flying time.

Fourth is the Bombardier Global 6000, an aircraft which flies at Mach 0.89 (1098 km per hour) and costs $45 million.

In the fifth and last place in the list of these swift aircraft, we have the Gulfstream G550 with a maximum speed of Mach 0.885 (1092 km per hour). It is the second most expensive at $53.5 million and this for its capacity to fly 6,700 knots, or nautical miles, without landing.

We hope you find this information useful to help you save your time when you are in the air.

 

Max Brog
CEO, South American Jets