Articles in Aviation

Piaggio Aero Industries’ P180 Avanti was first certified in 1990, but as the company struggled...
In 2001, when Cessna began considering a new midsize aircraft to replace its Citation Excel,...
You are aloft at 39,000 feet in your own fully enclosed first-class suite, with a leather seat...
For a stretch of time in the mid-1990s, the U.S. Coast Guard was confronted with a dilemma that...
Rob McGrath loathes commercial airports. Too often, however, McGrath, the founder of Private...
Five years ago, at the crest of a robust economy, membership in fractional aircraft ownership...
Since Robb Report devoted its November 1989 cover story to collecting World War II aircraft, the...
Vern Raburn’s expectations are nothing if not dramatic. Raburn, CEO of Eclipse Aviation, believes...
The philosophy at Lufthansa Technik, the German company that customizes interiors of wide-body...
It is difficult to be the coolest kid on the block at Spruce Creek, the first fly-in community in...
On June 17, 1926, Orville Wright wrote a letter to a journalist commenting on the remarkable feat...
Three years ago, travelers who did not want to purchase their own aircraft had only charter or...
From his home in Newport Beach, California, it takes Drew Warmington 10 hours to drive to Lake...
In April 1986, following an attack on American soldiers in a Berlin disco, President Reagan ordered...
For the first time, a member of the commercial airline fraternity—the companies that prompted the...
For intercontinental travel, the Boeing Business Jet remains the gold standard for private fliers...
“I’ll miss Concorde,” says Kevin Roberts,  CEO worldwide of ad agency Saatchi & Saatchi. “...
With its Citation Mustang, Cessna will offer business fliers one more reason to join the jet set....
The speed, technology, and comfort of the Dassault Falcon 2000 made the jet one of the best-...
If a Porsche 911 Turbo had wings, it would be the Socata TBM 700. The sporty four-seat turboprop,...

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