The 7 Most Exciting New Private Jets Hitting the Skies This Year
From ultra-long-range jets to a luxury turboprop, here’s what we’re most excited to see in the skies overhead.
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The Most Popular Business Jet in the U.S. May Not Be What You Think
It’s not a Gulfstream or a Global. It’s the humble very-light Cirrus Jet, a six-person aircraft with a bubble-like cabin and a parachute.
Forget Jet Skis: These 9 Personal Watercraft Are Like Superbikes for the Water
This new generation of jet skis can fish, explore, run on electricity and even do wheelies.
Your Private Jet Isn’t Actually Private. Airliners and the FAA Are Trying to Change That.
Several programs have been introduced that allow jet operators to opt out of sharing tail numbers, concealing your identity.
How a Luxury Business Jet Was Transformed Into the World’s Most Sophisticated Spyplane
This Bombardier Challenger 650’s interior has been outfitted with routers, computers and IT equipment to monitor the Ukraine border. It’s the one of many business jets entering America’s spy services.
Will Protests Against Private Jets Accelerate Electric and Hydrogen Technologies?
The recent series of sit-ins at private and commercial airports could signal that business jets are becoming a lightning rod for climate protesters.
This Jet’s Bold, Colorful Interior Is an Ode to the Work of Japanese Artist Kazuo Shiraga
The owner of the Global 5000 loves the artist’s painting so much, he decided to devote an entire central bulkhead to it.
From 5-Star Meals to Luxe Showrooms, Business Jet Builders Are Rolling Out the Red Carpet for Clients
“You can look, modify and touch everything before you even buy it,” says one aviation expert.
Exclusive: Officina Armare Just Unveiled a Lavish Private Jet Interior Inspired by Yachting
The Bombardier Global 6000’s cabin is outfitted with soft Hermès leather and Loro Piana wool.