For the heavy-duty executive traveler who requires more than 50 hours of fractional flight time per year, NetJets offers unparalleled service and selection.
For passengers who seek access to the world’s largest fleet of fractional aircraft but do not plan on flying more than 25 hours per year, Marquis Jet Partners offers an optimal program.
When Flight Options merged with Raytheon’s TravelAir last year, it instantly became the second-largest fractional ownership provider, behind only NetJets.
The standard fractional ownership experience can include five-year commitments, costly management fees, and unwanted shares whose value—if you attempt to sell them back to the provider—can depreci
In flight, privacy and space are precious commodities, and British Airways offers both with its private cabins. Inside the cabins, seats recline flat to become comfortable, 6-foot-6-inch beds.
The Boeing Business Jet carries out its primary mission superbly. The $45 million aircraft cruises at 541 mph, has a range of more than 7,000 miles, and can transport as many as 50 passengers.
Kevin Russell, executive vice president of NetJets, the leading fractional ownership provider, has always admired Gulfstream airplanes.
Unstable global politics, dropping stock averages, and scrutiny of corporate misbehavior have driven down profits for most American businesses, but not for Sentient, a Massachusetts company that o
The numbers do not lie to Jim Ferraro, a product liability lawyer from Miami, Fla. For him at least, one-eighth of 8 million equals more than 6 million.
During Boeing’s annual investors’ conference last May, Connexion by Boeing President Scott Carson clicked on several plasma screens to begin his videoconference with Ed Laase, the company’s system
Success stories in the fractional aircraft business are as rare as they are among commercial airlines.
Until someone discovers how to create a true H.G. Wells– style time machine, private business jets will have to do.
Several times a week, on clear, cloudless days, Martin Cutler peers down and chuckles at the phalanxes of cars and trucks choking the highways ringing greater Boston.
While cruising over the Bay Area at 22,000 feet, I key the mike button on the Bravo2, Mooney Airplane Co.’s new four-seater, and check on the conditions over Oakland, Calif.
Andrew Winch Designs’ first Boeing Business Jet 2 interior is a remarkable achievement, and the London-based company will replicate the design for a Robb Report reader.
In January 2000, Eclipse Aviation President and CEO Vern Raburn visited New Mexico Senator Pete Domenici in Washington, D.C., while looking for a home for Eclipse.
Eleven years ago, in the town of Lymington on the south coast of England, James Labouchere had an epiphany that, he believes, has helped him revolutionize the seaplane.
When a Hawker 800 touched down at Westchester County Airport in White Plains, N.Y., on July 26, it did not mark the end of an ordinary business trip.
Greg Farbolin will go a long way for a good omelet, sometimes as far as 50 miles.
The planes fly faster. The aircraft choices are greater. Even the plates for meals are improved.