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. Recognizing this, Michael Napoliello, founder and chairman of SkyBridge Private Air, is redefining his company.
CharterAuction has changed its name to Jets International, but its business model essentially remains the same.
AEXJet has grown far beyond its home in the Rockies.
Since 1967, when the late Carl Hirschmann purchased some airc
Older companies are sometimes perceived as dinosaurs lumbering toward evolutionary dead ends, but Executive Jet Management, a charter operator established in 1964, shows no signs of taxiing in t
In 1964, Clay Lacy was the first to fly a corporate jet, a Learjet 23, to the West Coast (from Learjet’s base in Wichita, Kan.).
TAG Aviation, Cessna’s joint-venture partner in the CitationShares fractional-ownership program, also offers charter services, with more than 100 aircraft at over 50 locations throughout the wor
The demise of concorde has set off a competition among both established and fledgling airlines attempting to provide travelers to London with an experience as pleasing as the one associated with t
Robb Report has written about vintage planes and the people who collect, restore, maintain, and fly them on a number of occasions.
Joe Vittoria smiles as he recalls the time several years ago that his Grumman Albatross landed off the coast of Connecticut.
The latest very light jet, Embraer’s Phenom 100, might be the most attractive for passengers concerned with the space limitations of this new, relatively inexpensive class of aircraft.
Crash Leads to Grounding of Mallards
Sit down in the new F-18E Super Hornet Micro Simulator from Clark’s Precision Machine and Tool (817.444.2533, www.clarksmachine.com), s
We are 2,800 feet above the northern Idaho backcountry on this cool, clear October morning and descending toward the grass strip at Cavanaugh Bay, on the eastern edge of Priest Lake.
Design trends, we can argue, speak to their time. In particular, the shapes of our flying machines always have reflected the moods and desires of an age.
Although Marcel Bloch never learned to fly, he had a pilot’s passion for the emerging science of flight.
For good reason, the Airbus
A new supersonic era may be dawning for business flyers. Aerion Corp.
When Phil Condit resigned from his position as CEO of the Boeing Co.