Shino’s Fleet

With over twelve aircraft under direct management and over fifty aircrafts available via partnerships, Shino supplies the aircraft best suited to your specific needs. Shino operates jets from all categories—large, super-midsize, midsize, and light jets. Each aircraft was designed to perform a specific mission in terms of range, speed, level of comfort, and passenger count. While larger vessels will allow more passengers and longer range nonstop flights, lighter planes will get you safely to your destination, expanding the number of airfields available.

Large/heavy jets

The planes in this category are quite spacious, capable of accommodating 10-16 passengers in a variety of configurations that vary from seats to beds.

Their fuel capacity allows them to fly long-range nonstop flights (7-12 thousand km) so they can bring you to almost any point on the globe. The large jets typically fly faster than those of regular airlines and at a higher altitudes, which makes the flights smoother.

Aircrafts in the heavy category

  • Gulfstream G550
  • Global 5000
  • Challenger 604
  • Gulfstream GIV
  • Global 6000
  • Challenger 605
  • Falcon 900

Super midsize jets

The Super Midsize category is fairly new. The planes in this category can carry up to thirteen passengers across distances of up to 7000 km, which allows for flights within the European and Asian continents as well as nonstop transatlantic flights.

They are capable of flying at speeds of 800-860 km/h, faster than commercial jets. Since they can fly to an altitude of 13.7 km, they generally allow for smooth flights.

Aircrafts in the super midsize category

  • Legacy 600/650
  • Gulfstream G200
  • Challenger 300
  • Falcon 2000EX
  • Citation Sovereign

Midsize jets

With a maximum capacity of nine passengers and maximum range of 3-5 flight hours, these planes are among the more popular aircraft choices. They fly at approximately the same speed as commercial passenger jets.

Aircrafts in the midsize category

  • Citation XLS
  • Citation III
  • Hawker 800/850/900
  • Learjet 60XR
  • Gulfstream G150

Light jets

Small jets are the most used aircrafts. Their flight times are usually a bit longer than those of larger jets; they can accommodate 4-8 passengers. They can land on shorter landing strips than larger planes, which allows them to land at smaller airports.

Aircrafts in the light category

  • Phenom 100
  • Citation CJ2
  • Nextant 400XTI
  • Citation SII
  • Beechjet 400A
  • Citation CJ1
  • Citation Mustang