Articles in Aviation

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Sir Richard Branson is no stranger to the concepts of bigger, faster, and first. In 1986, the...
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The single-pilot Beechcraft Premier II prepares for liftoff. When the Raytheon Beechcraft Premier I...
In 1998, Bell Helicopter and AgustaWestland Helicopter formed a partnership to develop an aircraft...
Owners of Cirrus SR20, SR22, and Turbo models can now upgrade their aircraft with the new Cirrus X...
Project Phoenix, based in Montreal and Dubai, provides an alternative for buyers who are frustrated...
Nonstop flights in the long-range Falcon 7X can last up to 13 hours, so a comfortable interior is...
The problem with some business-jet interiors is that they feel like mailing tubes for humans:...
Greenjets’ shared-ride charter service aims to get travelers where they want to go, when they want...
Join the Miami-based Air Platinum Club and you’ll get not only flight time in the club’s corporate...
Flight Options is offering the first fractional ownership opportunity with the latest jet from...
Compared to its predecessor, the $30.8 million Falcon 2000LX (www.dassaultfalcon.com)—a new large-...
Hawker 800XP: The 800XP is one of the best-selling midsize aircraft of all time. Its attributes...
Recently, the owner of an older-model Dassault Falcon 900B offered to sell his plane to my company...
Cubcrafters’ new Super Sport Cub is not so much a capitalist tool as a capitalist toy. The company...
American Legend’s popular version of the classic Cub retains all the romance of the original, with...
Wink Hartman, a Wichita-based businessman who owns several energy companies and a health-care...
In September, British Airways (www.britishairways.com) will begin twice-daily business-class-only...
A small company in Pennsylvania has been working for more than a decade to create a certified...
Older aircraft are a bargain these days, but if the cockpit panel has old-style “steam gauge”...
Private flight has certainly seen better years. In addition to fighting a recessionary headwind...

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