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Robb Report's 21 Ultimate Gifts: No Plane Like Home
Andrew Winch Designs’ first Boeing Business Jet 2 interior is a remarkable achievement, and the London-based company will replicate the design for a...
Wings & Water: Lofty Living
Greg Farbolin will go a long way for a good omelet, sometimes as far as 50 miles. Nearly every Saturday morning, Farbolin and the other two dozen...
Aircraft: Sea Change
Eleven years ago, in the town of Lymington on the south coast of England, James Labouchere had an epiphany that, he believes, has helped him...
FrontRunners: Landmark Flight
When a Hawker 800 touched down at Westchester County Airport in White Plains, N.Y., on July 26, it did not mark the end of an ordinary business trip...
Private Preview 2003: Frax to the Max
The planes fly faster. The aircraft choices are greater. Even the plates for meals are improved. The oven aboard the eight-passenger Learjet 45XR is...
Aircraft: Going Once, Going Twice, Takeoff
For the past 10 years, Jeff Wampler has been chartering planes and flying out of Willard Airport in Champaign, Ill. Whenever Wampler, president of...
Aircraft: Infrequent Fliers
For a Southern California medical consultant who flew commercially about once a week, the never-ending waits for connecting flights were insufferable...
Moving Machines: On the Air
The 21st century has arrived, and science has yet to deliver the personal jet packs that have for so long populated the hackneyed predictions of...
Moving Machines: Rising from the Ashes
The Hindenburg disaster notwithstanding, the zeppelin was not an ill-conceived airship. Though lumbering and leisurely as a mode of air travel, the...
Aircraft: Mustang's Alley
For the past three years, Bob Hannah has been selling million-dollar vintage planes, including a P-51 Mustang, a P-38 Lightning, and a Supermarine...
Aircraft: An E-ticket to Takeoff
Some people buy books online, others purchase clothes. A select few have raised the concept of online shopping to new altitudes. Take, for example,...
Best of the Best 2002: Aircraft: Best Business Jets
Public Servants’ Servant The Italian government owns two Airbus Corporate Jetliners, and Venezuelan lawmakers recently ordered an ACJ. In February,...
Aircraft: Best of the Best Flight Services: NetJets
Kevin Russell, senior vice president of Executive Jet, travels with two cell phones, a BlackBerry wireless e-mail device, and a laptop. In his office...
Best of the Best 2002: Aircraft: Best Flight Services
Safety Behind the Scenes Recently, a TAG Aviation charter flight was in line at an airport for deicing. The airport crew sprayed fluid onto the jet...
Best of the Best 2002: Travel: Best Airlines
Gourmet to Go It may strike you as odd, but there are travelers who choose to fly Cathay Pacific Airways simply for the dim sum breakfast, on par...
Aircraft: Best of the Best Business Jets: Boeing Business Jet 2
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...
Aircraft: Global Reach
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. Kennedy...
Aircraft: Sky TV
Psst. We know the truth, all you Airshow customers. Sure, you might say you have Airshow’s Tailwind 100 satellite to stay connected to CNN and your...
Aircraft: Global Warming
In 1993, bombardier introduced the Global Express, an ultralarge business jet capable of 14-hour flights at Mach 0.85. Last October, the Canadian...
Aircraft: Full Tilt
The holy grail of aviation is an aircraft that requires no runway, needs no airport, and flies long distances at turbine speeds. The BA609 tiltrotor...
Feature: Mile-High House Calls
For 22 years, Rick W. Roseman has been designing aircraft interiors, creating work-and-live spaces that stylishly meet the rigors of flight. His...
Feature: Securing the Skies
A dozen years ago, security consultant Israel “Issy” Boim was hired to evaluate a Fortune 500 CEO’s personal security as he traveled abroad. The CEO...
Securing the Skies: Private Flight Who's Who
Fractional Programs Of the many fractional ownership programs currently available, the main players in terms of size and national scope are NetJets,...
Feature: Go for Brokerage
In July 2001, two Tennessee doctors approached Tony Moseley, owner of Tennessee Jet Aircraft, a company that buys and sells brokerage aircraft. The...
Exclusive Shopping Excursion via Private Jet
Shoppers can take on the finest retailers in Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Napa, Orange County, and San Francisco with the new Suite Shop tours offered by...
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