When it comes to aircraft design, the crystal ball is not always clear.
When Tony Hsieh, the CEO of online retailer Zappos.com, joined the board of directors for JetSuite in 2011, he wondered aloud why the Irvi
A number of highly anticipated personal aircraft appear to have survived the recession and are moving through their certification processe
Kenn Ricci, a 30-year veteran of the private-aviation industry who founded Flight Options and is the principal of its parent company, Dire
Few, if any, flight-service providers have come out of the recession unscathed.
The 16-month construction of a global headquarters and airport hub for XJet at Dubai World Central’s Aviation City has be
Chapman Freeborn has partnered with One Authentic Properties to offer private air travel directly to One’s collection of
Le Sereno and Magellan Jets are offering a new package through the end of the year that includes beachfr
Over the last decade or so, the Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer has forced its competitors to change the way they approach busine
Acclaimed as the Pilatus PC-12 and its newer NG variant may be, they are single-engine turboprops, and so they have their limitations.
With the recently unveiled Bombardier Challenger 350 (
Flaris, a new aviation company based in Poland, made an unexpected appearance at the Paris Air Show in June with its prot
A range of diverse and innovative products were unveiled at this year’s annual European Business Aviation Conference and Exhibitio
The New Falcon 2000S business jet is more agile than the 2000LX—meaning it can take off from and land on shorter runways—but it cannot cov
Robb Report’s Private Aviation Forum is where the members of our Private Aviation Advisory Board discuss the hot-button issues th
The Cessna Citation sovereign has always defied classification.
Sentient Jet’snew 25-Hour Card provides travelers in the United States, the Caribbean, and Europe access to all aircraft
When JetSuite began operating three years ago, it offered economically priced short charter flights in the entry-level, four-pas
The Los Angeles–based Icon Aircraft plans to begin delivering its $139,000 A5—an amphibious 23-foot-long aircraft with foldable
The Learjet 85, which parent company Bombardier expects to begin delivering in 2013, will be the first FAA-certified midsize jet