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Regional Charter & Commuter

When passengers travel on an airplane, they usually take a scheduled flight. Scheduled flights operate according to pre-published schedules for departures and arrivals from one destination to another. However, another option for travel is a charter flight, which is different from a scheduled flight. A charter flight is a flight that is not part of an airline’s published schedule. For example, an airline will not post on its website that the airline will operate a flight from Point A to Point B at 3pm every Wednesday. Instead, charter flights are typically operated for specific unscheduled itineraries.

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A regional airline is a general classification of airline which typically operates scheduled passenger air service, using regional aircraft, between communities lacking sufficient demand or infrastructure to attract mainline flights. In North America, most regional airlines are classified as "fee-for-departure" carriers, operating their revenue flights as codeshare services contracted by one or more major airline partners. A number of regional airlines, particularly in during the 1960s and 1970s, were also known as commuter airlines

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Given the high standard of quality Freeware or Payware aircraft available for X-Plane & Microsoft Flight Simulator, Cal Air no longer provides aircraft, any flights with the following may now be flown utilizing the Cal Air Cargo Flight Schedules, please refer to your hangar for all eligible aircraft ICAO's, all aircraft depicted are (BYO) Bring Your Own



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BAE Jetstream Super 32

Aircraft ICAO : JS32

The British Aerospace Jetstream is a small twin-turboprop airliner, with a pressurised fuselage, developed as the Jetstream 31 from the earlier Handley Page Jetstream. In 1993, British Aerospace adopted the Jetstream name as its brand name for all twin turboprop aircraft. As well as the Jetstream 31 and Jetstream 32, it also built the related Jetstream 41 and the unrelated, but co-branded BAe ATP/Jetstream 61

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Beechcraft Baron

Aircraft ICAO : BE58

The Beechcraft Baron is a light twin-engined piston aircraft designed and produced by Beechcraft. The aircraft was introduced in 1961. A low-wing monoplane developed from the Travel Air, it remains in production. Barons come in three basic types: the Baron 55 (short body), Baron 56 (short body) and Baron 58 (long body), with several sub-variants each.

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Beechcraft Super King Air

Aircraft ICAO : BE9L, B350

The Beechcraft Super King Air family is part of a line of twin-turboprop aircraft produced by Beechcraft. The Model 200 and Model 300 series were originally marketed as the "Super King Air" family; the "Super" designation was dropped in 1996. They form the King Air line together with the King Air Model 90 and 100 series. Beechcraft currently offers the 250 (design. B200GT) and the larger 350i (B300) models.

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Bombardier Challenger 300/350

Aircraft ICAO : CL30

The Bombardier Challenger 300 is a 3,100 nmi (5,700 km) range business jet made by Bombardier Aerospace. Announced at the 1999 Paris Air Show, it made its maiden flight on 14 August 2001, received its Canadian type approval on 31 May 2003 and was introduced on 8 January 2004. The Challenger 350 is a slightly improved 3,200 nmi (5,900 km) range variant which first flew on 2 March 2013 and was approved on 11 June 2014.

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Cessna 208B Grand Caravan

Aircraft ICAO : C208

The Cessna 208 Caravan is a utility aircraft produced by Cessna. The project was commenced on November 20, 1981, and the prototype first flew on December 9, 1982. The production model was certified by the FAA in October 1984 and its Cargomaster freighter variant was developed for FedEx. The 4 ft (1.2 m) longer 208B Super Cargomaster first flew in 1986 and was developed into the passenger 208B Grand Caravan.

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Cessna Citation CJ4

Aircraft ICAO : C25C

The Cessna CitationJet/CJ/M2 series are light business jets built by Cessna and part of the Citation family. Launched in October 1989, the Model 525 first flight was on April 29, 1991, Federal Aviation Administration certification was awarded on October 16, 1992, and first delivery happened on March 30, 1993. The basic CitationJet model was updated into the CJ1/CJ1+/M2 variants; additionally, CJ1 was stretched into the CJ2/CJ2+ delivered from 2000 to 2016.

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Cessna Citation X

Aircraft ICAO : C750

The Cessna Citation X is an American business jet produced by Cessna and part of the Citation family. Announced at the October 1990 NBAA convention, the Model 750 made its maiden flight on December 21, 1993, received its type certification on June 3, 1996, and was first delivered in July 1996. The updated Citation X+ was offered from 2012 with a 14 in (360 mm) cabin stretch and upgraded systems.

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Dassault Falcon 50

Aircraft ICAO : FA50

The Dassault Falcon 50 is a French super-midsize, long-range business jet, featuring a trijet layout with an S-duct air intake for the central engine. It has the same fuselage cross-section and similar capacity as the earlier twin-engined Falcon 20, but was a new design that is area ruled and includes a more advanced wing design

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De Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter

Aircraft ICAO : DHC3

The de Havilland Canada DHC-3 Otter is a single-engined, high-wing, propeller-driven, short take-off and landing (STOL) aircraft developed by de Havilland Canada. It was conceived to be capable of performing the same roles as the earlier and highly successful Beaver, including as a bush plane, but is overall a larger aircraft.

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Embraer Phenom 300

Aircraft ICAO : E55P

The Embraer EMB-505 Phenom 300 is a single pilot certified light business jet developed by the Brazilian aerospace manufacturer Embraer. It can carry up to 11 occupants. Embraer began designing the Phenom 300 after finding that potential customers of the Phenom 100 would also like a bigger aircraft. It was a new design with the aim of allowing operation to smaller airports such as London City and Telluride Regional Airport.

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Embraer Legacy 600/650

Aircraft ICAO : E35L

The Embraer Legacy 600 is a business jet derivative of the Embraer ERJ 145 family of commercial jet aircraft. The Legacy 600 (market designation adopted after 2005) is based on the ERJ-135 model. It was launched in 2000 at the Farnborough Airshow as the "Legacy 2000". The Legacy carries 13 passengers in three partitioned sections for 3,050 nautical miles (5,650 km) or 8 passengers for 3,450 nautical miles (6,390 km).

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Daher (Quest) Kodiak 100

Aircraft ICAO : KODI

The Quest Kodiak (now Daher Kodiak) is an American utility aircraft designed and built by Quest Aircraft. The high-wing, unpressurized, single-engined turboprop has a fixed tricycle landing gear and is suitable for STOL operations from unimproved airfields.

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Pilatus PC-12

Aircraft ICAO : PC12

The Pilatus PC-12 is a single-engine turboprop passenger and cargo aircraft manufactured by Pilatus Aircraft of Stans, Switzerland, since 1991. The main market for the aircraft is corporate transport and regional airliner operators. The PC-12 is the best-selling pressurized single-engine turbine-powered aircraft in the world and has been for several consecutive years, with 1,700 deliveries as of October 2019.

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Pilatus PC-24

Aircraft ICAO : PC24

The Pilatus PC-24 is a light business jet produced by Pilatus Aircraft of Switzerland. Following the success of the PC-12 single engine turboprop, work on the twin engine jet began in 2007 for greater range and speed, keeping the rugged airfield capability. The aircraft was introduced on 21 May 2013 and rolled out on 1 August 2014, with the maiden flight on 11 May 2015.

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