Watch This Racing Pilot Land His Plane on a Tiny Helipad 700 Feet Above Dubai
Luke Czepiela had only 88 feet, or the size of a tennis court, to land his Carbon Cub airplane. One wrong move would’ve meant disaster.
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This Bonkers 1,000 HP Flying Supercar Soars Like a Jet and Looks Like a Bugatti
The curvy JC7 is like rolling a hypercar into a private jet. So it’ll be fast, on the ground and in the air.
Will Supersonic Flying Actually Take Off? These Companies Think So.
From Boom Supersonic to Spike Aerospace, a handful of disruptors are trying to resuscitate the genre.
This New All-Electric Seaplane Will Fly You to Your Private Island With Zero Emissions
The Jekta PHA-ZE 100 is an electric aircraft designed to cruise 100 miles on a single charge, while accessing otherwise inaccessible water locations.
Private Aviation Has Pledged to Reach Zero Carbon Emissions by 2050. Here’s How That Can Happen.
Our projected timeline shows exactly how the industry can reach its goal.
Elon Musk’s Private Jet Flew Enough in 2022 to Circle the Globe a Dozen Times
He took 171 trips alone last year.
Watch: This eVTOL Just Broke a Record by Flying 155 Miles on a Single Charge
AutoFlight’s Prosperity 1 traveled 155.74 miles. That, says the company, shows that eVTOLs can go the distance.
Lufthansa Unveils a New First-Class Suite With a Double Bed and a Door That Closes
The private rooms will be introduced on the newly delivered Airbus A350s in 2024.
‘I Thought All Pilots Were Black’: How Two Families Made Flying a Way of Life Across Generations
Jesse Hayes IV’s father taught him to fly, mostly for the love of it, but also to avoid segregation in the 1960s South. Dr. Audrey Hodge also learned from her father, taking the controls at age 10. Both Hayes and Hodge have passed their piloting skills to their children.