Articles in Aviation

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...
The Dutch company Carver got mixed reviews recently when it staged a “first flight” of its...
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Flexjet Fractional Jet Ownership Program – www.flexjet.com For frequent flyers who want to travel...
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Flexjet 25 Jet Card Program – www.flexjet25.com Jet cards are a popular option for travelers who...
Travelers arriving via private jet to the U.K. now can book a helicopter shuttle for a quick...
Cabin comfort can make all the difference in whether you reach your destination jet-lagged or...
Although the wings of an airplane may seem purely utilitarian, like the tires on a car, they are,...
Blink, an air-taxi service in Europe using a fleet of Cessna Citation Mustang four-passenger jets...
Hawker Beechcraft’s update of its 400XP business jet, the $8 million Hawker 450XP (www....
The Dornier Seastar looks like a prop created for a James Bond movie. It has the hull of a boat,...
The Learjet 85 (www.bombardier.com), the latest model from Bombardier Business Aircraft, will be...
A new tour of Australia offers travelers the best of all possible ways to experience the continent’...
Photograph by Caesar Lima
Several years ago, the fractional aviation industry realized that it was grossly underutilizing a...

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