Private air travel provider Flexjet leads the industry in terms of offering rare and unique travel experiences. Its Flexjet 25 Jet Card program, which is operated by U.S.
The newest and largest Learjet, the 85, promises to be the fastest and most spacious aircraft in the midsize class, and the quickest way to acquire one—or rather, a part of one—is to pur
Alex Wilcox is no stranger to innovation.
Business is booming for private jet charter provider XOJET.
Shoppers in the market for an aircraft can find just about everything that flies at Wittman Field in Oshkosh, Wis., during the last week in July.
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.
The people in charge of the best FBOs—fixed-based operators—understand that their businesses are not just portals through which passengers pass from sidewalk to aircraft.
Great emphasis is placed on an aircraft’s capabilities—its range, cruise speed, climb rate, and fuel efficiency.
Making private flight arrangements when traveling abroad certainly helps maximize comfort and minimize stress for the traveler, but orchestrating a detailed intracountry itinerary in som
Traveling abroad, even flying privately, can be a turbulent experience.
The private aviation industry shows signs of recovery, but conditions remain ideal for buying a pre-owned private jet.
In pursuit ofprofits that have proved elusive, fractional-jet providers have altered the industry’s basic business model.
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
Robb Report Private Aviation Advisory Board member Kevin O’Leary recently employed 22 criteria to rate each of the current large-jet models.
The Dassault Falcon 900LX (201.440.?6700, www.dassaultfalcon.com) offers longer range and better fue
The cabin of the Gulfstream G450 (912.965.3000, www.gulfstream.com) is the same height and width as that
The Dassault Falcon 7X (201.440.6700, www.dassaultfalcon.com) is perfect for travelers in need of a
t 8.3 feet wide and 48.4 feet long, the cabin of the Bombardier Global Express XRS (514.861.9481, www.bombardier.
The Gulfstream G550 (912.965.3000, www.gulfstream.com) is the quintessential globe-hopping business jet.
The most remarkable feature of the Cessna Citation Sovereign (316.517.6056, www.cessna.com) is its versatili
The Bombardier Challenger 300 (514.861.9481, www.bombardier.com) can fly coast to coast—and farther—nons
With a 463 mph cruise speed, a range beyond 1,700 miles, and a maximum altitude of 41,000 feet, the Piaggio Aero P.180 Avanti II (561.253.0104,
Other very light jets (VLJs) might promise more utility, value, and efficiency than the TE500 from New Mexico’s Eclipse Aerospace, but the statuses of those aircraft remain "forthcoming.
When Cirrus Aircraft debuted the single-piston, parachute-equipped SR22 10 years ago, the Duluth, Minn.–based manufacturer established new standards for safety, comfort, and performance.
The $31.7 million Dassault Falcon 2000LX (201.440.6700, www.dassaultfalcon.com) is pricier than the
Last year, Cessna began deliveries of its newest jet, the Citation CJ4.