Traveling abroad, even flying privately, can be a turbulent experience.
While flying privately is unquestionably a more pleasant experience than braving commercial air travel, choosing a fractional, flight-card, or charter provider can be a daunting task.
In pursuit ofprofits that have proved elusive, fractional-jet providers have altered the industry’s basic business model.
The private aviation industry shows signs of recovery, but conditions remain ideal for buying a pre-owned private jet.
While retaining its title as the world’s fastest fixed-gear single-engine piston aircraft, the Corvalis TT—formerly the Cessna 400 and before that the Columbia 400—has gained another new
Flight Options clients who travel in one of the company’s Nextant 400XTs might find the light jet familiar if they have ever flown in a Beechjet 400A or Hawker 400XP.
Comlux, a charter company based in Zurich, unveiled its latest custom-fitted ultra-luxury jet, an Airbus A320 Prestige.
Dassault Falcon, based in Geneva, unveiled the Falcon 2000S with the goal of creating a full-size Falcon with a midsize price ideally suited for
The Gulfstream G550 (912.965.3000, www.gulfstream.com) is the quintessential globe-hopping business jet.
t 8.3 feet wide and 48.4 feet long, the cabin of the Bombardier Global Express XRS (514.861.9481, www.bombardier.