The E1000’s survival after fraud convictions and bankruptcy proves it’s hard to keep a good plane down.
The low-boom aircraft could be certified to operate in areas where noise restrictions normally prevent supersonic flight.
In honor of the successful flight, we also look back at how Virgin Galactic got to where it is today.
The Fleet Access fractional program kicks off its beta period later this year in four test cities.
Silicon Valley’s Opener may deliver examples of its personal aircraft as early as next year—and you won’t need a pilot’s license to fly one.
Good things come to those who wait for both FAA type and production certification.
This designer dirigible has captivating horizon-to-horizon views in the lounge, a master suite, and a full bar.
You can now use JetSmarter to book private flights or seats on flights without paying membership fees.
The aircraft-engine builder’s design could carry four or five passengers for 500 miles at 250 mph.