JetOptions Flight Time Calculator

JetOptions Flight Calculator Plugin

We regret to inform you that our flight calculator plugin is no longer available on our external website. This decision was made due to low utilization and our transition to a new, more maintainable web framework. The new framework does not support compiling web components for external sharing, which is why we have decided to discontinue support for this feature.

Our team is always available to provide flight quotes for upcoming charter trips via email or by using our simple quote request form below. Thank you for your understanding and continued support.

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The JetOptions team utilizes real-time intelligence to calculate flight times between cities for any size of private aircraft. Our tools include updated information on factors such as Live or Seasonal Winds.

Available Aircraft Types for Charter:

Our range and flight-time generation tool will also produce a list of fixed base operators (FBOs) at the origin and destination airports. 

Call JetOptions Private Jets for more information on planning your private flight in the U.S. and worldwide. Or, to obtain flight pricing, use our simple online request form to receive a no-obligation jet charter quote today.

You can calculate the estimated flight times by private jet between any city pairs in the U.S. or around the world.

How Fast Does a Private Jet Fly?

Private jets fly an average of 607 mph for aircraft in the mid, super-mid, and heavy jet classes. Very light jets and light jets fly at an average of 449 mph.

What’s the Fastest Private Jet?

The super-mid Cessna Citation X+ flies at just under the speed of sound at Mach .935 or 717 mph.

How do you Calculate Flight Time?

The basic calculation of flight time is distance divided by speed. Planes use knots for airspeed instead of miles per hour, which is a groundspeed measure. The aircraft’s true airspeed (or KTAS, for knots true airspeed) of a plane is the aircraft’s speed compared to the air mass through which it is flying. MPH doesn’t consider wind factors, heat, or humidity, affecting flight times during travel.

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