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Gallery - Civil Aircraft: Business Jets

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Bombardier Challenger 300:

A Bombardier Challenger 300 business jet in flight. (Bombardier)

Bombardier (Canadair) Challenger 600 series:

A Bombardier Challenger 605 in flight. (Bombardier) A Bombardier Challenger 600 in flight. (Bombardier)

Bombardier Global Express/Global 5000:

A Bombardier Global 5000 business jet in flight. (Bombardier) A Bombardier Global Express XRS in flight. (Bombardier)

Bombardier Learjet 40:

A Bombardier Learjet 40 in flight. (Bombardier)

Bombardier Learjet 45:

A Bombardier Learjet 45XR business jet in flight. (Bombardier) Bombardier Learjet 45 XR

Bombardier Learjet 60:


British Aerospace (Hawker Siddeley [de Havilland]) 125:

BAe 125 of the RAF (Crown Copyright RAF)

Cessna 510 Citation Mustang:

A Cessna 510 Citation Mustang very light jet (VLJ) in flight. (Cessna)

Cessna 525C Citation CJ4:

A Cessna Citation CJ4 in flight. (Cessna)

Cessna 550 Citation II:

A US Customs and Border Protection Air Unit Citation II patrols the waters off of a National Park of the United States. (CBP/James Tourtellotte)

Cessna 560 Citation Encore +:

A Cessna Citation Encore + in flight. (Cessna) A Cessna Citation Encore Plus in flight. (Cessna)

Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign:

A Cessna 680 Citation Sovereign in flight. (Cessna)

Cessna 750 Citation X:

A Cessna 750 Citation X in flight. (Cessna) A Cessna 750 Citaction X business jet in flight. (Cessna)

Dassault Falcon 20:

Two US Coast Guard HU-25 Falcons on 5 April 2008. (USCG/Petty Officer 1st Class Jennifer Johnson)

Dassault Falcon 2000:

A Dassault Falcon 2000DX in flight. (Copyright Dassault Aviation/P Bowen) A Dassault Falcon 2000EX in flight. (Copyright Dassault Aviation/P Bowen)

Embraer Legacy 600:

An Embraer Legacy 600 as seen on 17 April 2006. (Embraer)

Embraer Phenom 300:

Embraer Phenom 300 light jet in flight. (Embraer)

Gulfstream (Israel Aircraft Industries) G100:

A Gulfstream G100 in flight. The G100 was known as the Astra when built by Israel Aircraft Industries until 2001. (Gulfstream)

Gulfstream G150:

A Gulfstream G150 mid-size business jet in flight. (Gulfstream)

Gulfstream G200:

A Gulfstream G200 business jet in flight. (Gulfstream)

Gulfstream G300:

A Gulfstream G300 in flight. (Gulfstream)

Gulfstream G400:

A Gulfstream G400 in flight. (Gulfstream)

Gulfstream G450:

A Gulfstream G450 business jet in flight. (Gulfstream)

Gulfstream G500:

A Gulfstream G500 business jet in flight. (Gulfstream)

Gulfstream G550:

A Gulfstream G550 business jet in flight. (Gulfstream)

Grumman Gulfstream II:

A Grumman Gulfstream II in flight. The Gulfstream II was a jet-powered replacement for the turboprop Gulfstream I. (Gulfstream)

Grumman Gulfstream III:

Grumman Gulfstream III seen over NASA's Dryden Flight Research Centre (Jim Ross/NASA) A Grumman Gulfstream C-20A (Gulfstream III) from the US Air Force's 99th Military Airlift Squadron from Andrews Air Force Base on 1 October 1988. (USAF/MSgt Ken Hammond)

Lockheed JetStar:

Lockheed JetStar  as operated by NASA (NASA)

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