In February 2001, the owner of the first-ever Boeing Business Jet 2 had just taken delivery of his new aircraft at Seattle’s Boeing Field when, 10 minutes before takeoff, the ground began to tremb
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Earlier this year, the pilot of a Houston company’s Gulfstream IV was waiting for his employer to leave an event at Washington’s John F.
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In 1993, bombardier introduced the Global Express, an ultralarge business jet capable of 14-hour flights at Mach 0.85.
The holy grail of aviation is an aircraft that requires no runway, needs no airport, and flies long distances at turbine speeds.
A dozen years ago, security consultant Israel “Issy” Boim was hired to evaluate a Fortune 500 CEO’s personal security as he traveled abroad.
In July 2001, two Tennessee doctors approached Tony Moseley, owner of Tennessee Jet Aircraft, a company that buys and sells brokerage aircraft.
For 22 years, Rick W. Roseman has been designing aircraft interiors, creating work-and-live spaces that stylishly meet the rigors of flight.