|The needs of a business and what it can afford determine the kinds of aircraft it uses. Business aviation aircraft range from small, propeller-driven airplanes for shorter hops to fast, well-appointed "bizjets" that can fly internationally nonstop. They typically fly into smaller airports to avoid congested commercial hubs. They are flown by company pilots, contract pilots, sometimes by the company owners themselves.|
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|PIPER SENECA V PA-34-220T
The Piper Seneca V is a twin-engine, turbocharged, six-person aircraft.
Courtesy of The New Piper Aircraft Corporation|
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|MOONEY OVATION M-20R
Powered by a piston engine, the Mooney Ovation can carry four people.
Courtesy of Mooney Aircraft Corporation|
The twin-turbine powered Bombardier Challenger CL 604 can carry 9 to 19 passengers in different aircraft configurations.
Courtesy of Bombardier Aerospace
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The Sikorsky S-76 twin-engine turbine helicopter can carry 8 to 12 passengers.
Courtesy of Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, United Technologies