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While yachts and jets are fine for long trips, a jaunt to the mainland or a hop downtown often requires something as luxurious but quicker. This is where private executive helicopters come in. Given...
Private aircraft are the epitome of luxury, but many of them feature standard-issue interiors designed and built at the same facility that constructs the rest of the aircraft. Manufacturers of jets...
Since Icarus donned his ill-fated wings, humans have hungered for better ways to fly. And after Orville and Wilbur Wright’s flight got modern aviation off the ground in 1903, advancements have...
For travelers who enjoy the comforts of traditional train travel but need the speed of an intercontinental jet, a new interior from Airbus aims to satisfy. The Airbus Corporate Jet Centre , in...
Following some of the recent interest generated by the Airbus EC145 Mercedes-Benz Style Helicopter and Airbus H160 medium-sized helicopter —the French aircraft manufacturer plans to spend two years...
Papillon Group, the world’s largest helicopter tour operator, which operates at the Grand Canyon, marked its golden anniversary, appropriately enough, by introducing a new helicopter with a gold-...
Andrew Winch Designs aims to bring back the golden age of air travel with a line of private luxury aircraft modeled after London’s leading hotels. Andrew Winch Designs’ Project Mayfair consists of...
These aircraft may never see a production release, but they signal what aviation’s future may hold.
The company hopes its E-Fan 2.0 training aircraft will lead to electric-powered jetliners.
Aerion Supersonic in Reno, Nev., has been working for the last decade to develop a supersonic business jet.
Since introducing its special-edition Airbus EC145 Mercedes-Benz Style twin-engine turbine helicopter in 2010, Airbus has delivered only five of them around the world.
The Airbus Corporate Jetliner family offers a range of choices for executive versions adapted from its stable of airliners. The A318 Elite has executive cabin layouts for 14, 18, or 19 passengers;...
Although Airbus has yet to deliver any executive versions of the world’s largest passenger aircraft, the A380, it has reportedly sold at least one to a private buyer who plans to turn it into a “...