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  1. In October, the Federal Aviation Administration certified Embraer’s first midsize jet, the Legacy 500.
  2. Gulfstream Aerospace introduced two all-new business jets in mid-October in a surprise ceremony at its production plant in Savannah, Ga.
  3. As a commercial jet, the Airbus A319 is a workhorse of the airline industry, seating from 124 to 156 passengers. As a private jet, it has been configured for use primarily by heads of state,...
  4. A large aircraft-management company with a high demand for its charter service might not be a jet owner’s best option.
  5. The global business-aviation provider VistaJet has added eight new jets to its fleet over the last month.
  6. As professional sports teams spend half their time on the road, the Seattle design firm Teague has created a jet concept designed to meet their needs.
  7. VIP Completions has announced that its latest custom jet interior will feature a world’s first: a flowing-water display backlit with LED lighting, known as a bubble wall. The owner is able to...
  8. Aerion Supersonic in Reno, Nev., has been working for the last decade to develop a supersonic business jet.
  9. The Santa Monica–based membership air-taxi service Surf Air recently placed an order to add 65 new Pilatus PC-12 NG aircraft to its fleet, which is already composed solely of the seven-seat business...
  10. Six years ago, the U.S. Department of Defense made what could have seemed like a curious purchase under the circumstances, or under any circumstances. With the country engaged in wars in Iraq and...

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