The Socata TBM 850 six-seat turboprop has been dubbed a “VLJ killer”—a plane that offers capabilities similar to those of the emerging class
If you think the term “kit plane” applies only to little two-seaters that you build in your garage, Epic Air CEO Rick Schrameck wants you to
The jaunty little American Legend Cub first flew in March 2005, and in July it was among the first to be certified in the new light sport a
Embraer, a Brazilian company that had been building regional jets and military aircraft, branched into the executive-jet category last year
Bombardier’s Learjet, Challenger, and Global brands already have significant market share, but the company is not resting on its laurels.
To build its high-performance, all-composite Spectrum 33, Spectrum Aeronautical pioneered a manufacturing process that involves a new carbo
The Raytheon Hawker 850XP, which debuted last year, has been given new composite-construction winglets—vertical wing tips—to enhance both t
The German aerospace giant Grob made a splash at last year’s Paris Air Show when it announced its new Grob SPn Utility Jet, a light offerin
Now with 11 years of experience under its belt, Bombardier Flexjet, the fractional-ownership program offered by the manufacturer of the Lear
CitationShares, the fractional operator co-owned by Cessna Aircraft and TAG Aviation, is offering innovative, accessible incentives.
JetPASS, the jet-card program offered by fractional operator Flight Options, has been making changes of late.
Bombardier’s Skyjet, which offers flight hours on Bombardier Flexjet’s fleet of aircraft as well as on light jets from a range of operators,
Just about every problem in our business,” observes JetNetwork COO Paul Svenson, “stems from the fact that companies take on too many clien
At the end of the day,” says Michael Green, president and CEO of Delta AirElite, “we can’t make our airplanes fly any higher or any faster
We don’t sell just charter service,” says Blue Star Jets CEO Ricky Sitomer. “We sell flexibility.
People who charter aircraft often find that expenses mount in unexpected ways.