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Quiz: What Business Jet Should You Be Flying?

If you want to fly yourself to exotic destinations in record time, you need a business jet. But which one should you be flying? Take the quiz and find out!


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  2. 2) Wider cabin or more speed?

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  3. 3) Short field takeoff and landing performance:

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  4. 4) Pick a wing:

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  5. 5) Trailing link gear are for:

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  6. 6) Pick a runway:

You Got: Pilatus PC-24

When it comes to flying, off-road is your style, even in a jet. Now click share to let everyone know what you're flying!

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You Got: Gulfstream G600

When it comes to flying, you know how to combine style and speed. What could be better? Now click share and let everyone know what you're flying!

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You Got: Citation X+

When it comes to flying, you need the fastest civilian jet in the world. And that sounds good to us. Now click share and let everyone know what you're flying!

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You Got: Challenger 650

You like to travel to exotic destinations, and you know what jet will get you there. Plus, who wouldn't want to fly a Challenger jet? Now click share and let everyone know what you're flying!

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1 Pilatus Aircraft
2 Gulfstream Aerospace
3 Bombardier
4 Cessna Aircraft

Colin Cutler

Colin is a Boldmethod co-founder, pilot and graphic artist. He's been a flight instructor at the University of North Dakota, an airline pilot on the CRJ-200, and has directed development of numerous commercial and military training systems. You can reach him at colin@boldmethod.com.

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