Piaggio P-180 Avanti II
Piaggio P180 Avanti II is manufactured by Piaggio Ahero and has two turboprop engines. It accommodates a maximum of nine passengers and is flown by one or two crews. In addition, it operates at a cruise speed of 402 kts, range of 1,530 NM, maximum speed of 732 km/h, runway length of 3268ft, and has a cabin length, width, and height of 14.9ft, 6.1ft, and 5.8ft respectively. Due to the specifications, it costs around 7.2 million dollars. Among airplanes that use turboprop engines, it is the fastest one and utilizes fuel efficiently. Its luggage compartment can be accessed from outside and allows luggage capacity of 15kg per passenger (P.180 Avanti II., 2012).
With a cruising speed of 402 kts, Piaggio P180 Avanti II travels faster with minimum noise than any other light cabin planes. It is best suited for VIP travels due to its luxurious cabin, business because of its fast speed and luggage capacity, and military because of its speed and quietness. It is still in production.
Dassault Falcon 7x
Dassault Falcon 7x is a large jet manufactured by Dassault Aviation. Flown by two pilots, it operates on three Pratt and Whitney PW307A engines and travels at a maximum speed of 953 km/h with a cruise speed of 900 km/h. With cabin dimensions of 39.08ft length, 7.67ft width, and 6.17ft height, it has a capacity of up to 14 passengers and a range of 11,019 km (Dassault Falcon 7x, 2010). Due to its long nature, it requires a runway distance of 5555ft and 2,070ft to take off and land respectively. It costs approximately 50 million dollars and is still in production.