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  1. The Cirrus SR22 (800.790.2933, www.cirrusaircraft.com ) is the best-selling single-engine piston aircraft, and that is not just because of its built-in parachute and sweetly appointed cabin. Rather,...
  2. Cessna was a bit slow in making its decision to enter the very light jet market. But when the Wichita, Kan.–based company eventually did enter this segment, it did so with a bang. Its acclaimed VLJ,...
  3. Cessna inspires brand loyalty by providing aircraft for each stage of a customer’s travel life. From the tiny piston-driven Skyhawk all the way up to the Citation Columbus business jet, Cessna offers...
  4. The spacious Hawker 900XP is a popular choice worldwide with fractional programs and flight departments, and it has been gaining attention from some operators ready to "right-size" from bigger jets...
  5. Bombardier’s Challenger 300 has a range of 3,564 miles, perfect for travel between locations in North America. Its competitive price of $20.8 million, its roomy cabin, and its zesty performance have...
  6. For many years, Dassault’s line of Falcon jets enjoyed a certain mystique among pilots. The Falcons were nimble and quick, while many of their competitors tended to handle like trucks. Today, other...
  7. Gulfstream created the niche market for ultralong-range business jets more than 17 years ago when it introduced the GV. Today the company still dominates this segment, with the G550, a big, powerful...
  8. When you fly fractional, you do not just buy flight time: You invest in a limited partnership of sorts with a fractional provider. As a "limited partner," you rely on this provider—the "general...
  9. Jet-card programs offered by charter companies differ from those offered by fractional vendors in that they always rely upon third-party air carriers or charter companies to provide aircraft. (In...
  10. In evaluating various fractional-card programs for possible inclusion in this year’s Best of the Best list, I and the other members of the Robb Report Private Aviation Advisory Board considered...

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