Aircraft

Ventura can help you secure any type of aircraft, anytime, anywhere in the world. Our experienced staff will help you choose the right aircraft to fit your size, speed, and cost requirements.

In addition to our own fleet of jets and helicopters, Ventura has an extensive network of carefully selected and certified operators that gives you the freedom to choose any type of aircraft you need for each trip.

Ventura’s On-site Fleet

Our fleet is located at Republic Airport in Farmingdale, New York, Long Island’s finest private aviation airport.

Our On-Site Air Charter Fleet:

  • Learjet 55 – a midsize jet with a spacious stand-up cabin, luxurious seating for seven, Iridium Global Satellite Phone, a fully enclosed lavatory and beautiful paint and leather interior.
  • Learjet 35A – the “ultimate light jet” with seating for eight, a flight data screen, Iridium Global Satellite Phone, enclosable toilet, beautiful paint and leather interior and an exterior storage locker – great for skis or golf clubs.

Helicopters

Helicopters are a versatile air travel option that allows ultimate accessibility. Because take offs and landings are quick and easy, theyare ideal for shorter, local flights where fixed wing aircraft may not be the best option. (Capacity to hold 4-6 passengers, averaging cruising speed of 150-194 mph and average nonstop range of 450-591 miles)

Turbo Props

Turbo props are the lightest aircraft available and combine the use of twin propellers powered by turbine engines to fly. With a conservative use of fuel, they are the most cost-efficient aircraft for short to mid-range flights. (Capacity to hold 6-8 passengers, average cruising speed of 280-315 mph and average nonstop range of just over 1,000 miles)

Very Light Jets

Very light jets offer a high speed alternative for short flights using pressurized cabins and flying at higher altitudes than turbo-props. These are the most economical jets and are operated by a single pilot. Passengers will experience a smooth ride, with the luxury of a quiet engine. (Accommodate 4 passengers, at speeds of about 400 mph and average nonstop range of about 1,000 miles.)

Light Jets

Light jets feature pressurized cabins and can fly at higher altitudes than their turbo-prop counterparts. Passengers will experience a smooth ride, with the luxury of a quiet engine. They are ideal for short to mid-range trips. (Capacity to hold 5-8 passengers, average cruising speed of 400-560 mph and average nonstop range of 1,500 miles)

Medium Jets

The most versatile planes with the comfort of the larger aircrafts and agility of smaller models, the medium jet offers a best-in-class experience. (Capacity to hold 7-9 passengers, average cruising speed of 510-590 mph and average nonstop range of 2,100 miles)

Super Medium Private Jets

These aircraft are a step up from the mid-size jets and are designed specifically for longer-range flights. They allow more space and fuel capacity. (Capacity to hold 8-10 passengers, average cruising speed of 490-590 mph and average nonstop range of 3,400-3,600 miles)

Heavy Private Jets

With impressive cruising speed and cabin space, heavy jets embody optimum performance. These are the largest size aircraft that can cover long distances yet don’t require a major airport runway. While most have the capacity to hold 9-15 passengers, Boeing Business Jets can carry 15-23 passengers. (Average cruising speed of 500-560 mph and average nonstop range of 4,000 miles)

Jumbo Private Jets

These aircraft are similar to a commercial airliner. Traveling at higher speeds with a greater range, the jumbo jet can fly the globe. Whether it’s a sports team or a rock tour, this member of the fleet can be configured for executive, coach or even private travel with bedrooms and any other amenity you can think of.