VIP Airliners are the pinnacle of private jet travel, being the largest and most luxurious Business Jets on the market. Jets in this class, consisting of aircraft such as Boeings BBJ series and Airbus' ACJ range, are categorised as being capable of up to 8 hours of non-stop flight, as well as being able to transport between 12 and 30 passengers, depending on which of the huge variety of different layouts has been chosen. Get in touch with LunaJets' team, whatever your flight specifications, as we can cater for all journey requirements.
Very Light Jets, or VLJs, belong to the smallest aircraft category, comfortably seating 4 passengers for flights of 2 hours or less. They are extremely popular for intra-European flights as they are efficient and available for the best price when you organise your flight through LunaJets.
The amount of time that an aircraft spends waiting on the tarmac to take off on the next leg of its itinerary.
WEATHER SENSITIVE AIRPORT
A weather sensitive airport is an airport whose operation is largely affected by weather conditions. This could be for a number of reasons, such as its location giving the airport increased exposure to unfavourable conditions or it simply being prone to bad weather. All LunaJets' Private Aviation Advisors are fully aware of different airport specifications, as these are crucial to ensuring a pleasant and smooth flight.
A winglet is a small, nearly-vertical projection, found on the end of an aircraft's wing. The winglet has two primary impacts: firstly, it greatly reduces drag and, secondly, it serves as an effective stabiliser. Consequently, many modern aircraft are fitted with winglets as they are proven to increase an aircraft's range, as well as its fuel efficiency.
There are three rotations about three axes that an aircraft in flight is capable of making: pitch, roll and yaw. Yaw is the rotation about the axis running vertically through an aircraft, perpendicular to the body of the wings. Yaw changes the horizontal direction in which the nose of the aircraft is pointing, moving the nose from side to side, and is primarily controlled by the aircraft's rudder.
LunaJets is a flight broker and as such arranges carriage by air on behalf of its customers by chartering aircraft from third-party aircraft operators as agent of its customers. LunaJets only acts as an intermediary, does not itself operate aircraft and is not a contracting or an indirect carrier.