large cabin. Adj. A somewhat flexible designation for a large executive or corporate jet, based on a combination of passenger capacity, range, and maximum speed. While the precise definition varies from manufacturer to manufacturer, a typical large cabin jet will hold ten to eighteen passengers, have a range of over 5,000 square miles and a maximum speed over 500 miles per hour. See also mid-size cabin and light-cabin.
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