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  1. Sir Richard Branson has rarely played by the book. Known as much for his publicity stunts and daredevil exploits as for his ever-expanding portfolio of enterprises—which range from cell phones and...
  2. The New Falcon 2000S business jet is more agile than the 2000LX—meaning it can take off from and land on shorter runways—but it cannot cover the same distance. Its range is about 700 miles shorter...
  3. Between World War I and World War II , the Waco Aircraft Co. of Troy, Ohio, specialized in civilian biplanes, which became a popular means of transportation for traveling businessmen, the postal...
  4. Over the last decade or so, the Bra­zilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer has forced its competitors to change the way they approach business-jet design. Founded in 1969, Embraer initially built only...
  5. With the recently unveiled Bombardier Challenger 350 ( www.businessaircraft.bombardier.com ), the Canadian aircraft manufacturer aims to stay ahead of the performance curve. Bombardier expects to...
  6. Acclaimed as the Pilatus PC-12 and its newer NG variant may be, they are single-engine turboprops, and so they have their limitations. Specifically, the 322 mph maximum cruise speed of the PC-12 NG...
  7. A range of diverse and innovative products were unveiled at this year’s annual European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibition in Geneva. While the market is improving, especially in the United...
  8. Flaris , a new aviation company based in Poland, made an unexpected appearance at the Paris Air Show in June with its prototype of a single-engine personal jet, the LAR01. The all-composite design...
  9. Chapman Freeborn has partnered with One Authentic Properties to offer private air travel directly to One’s collection of privately owned villas and chalets in the south of France. For a stay at any...
  10. Few, if any, flight-service providers have come out of the recession unscathed. Indeed, a number of once-thriving companies have shut down or minimized their operations (See “Two Sides to the Story...

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