Sharing the common theme of innovation, here are the most noteworthy aircraft from aviation’s pioneering days through today’s advanced business jets.
The swift business aircraft enters into service next year for an estimated price of $75 million.
It boasts best-in-class interior volume and lots of ergonomic advances.
With private air terminals and explorer memberships, there’s more than one way to get around this summer.
Claiming a larger interior than its competitors’ flagships, the Falcon 10X also boasts technical advances across the cockpit and wing design.
These jets offer a slew of cool features, from king-size bedrooms and chef-ready galleys to in-air connectivity that will rival any office.
The Falcon 6X will have the largest cross-section of any purpose-built business jet.
With the design locked in, the first Falcon 6X business jet will be assembled in early 2020.
Here we look at the aircraft, technology, and innovations that have turned business jets into one of the safest and most indulgent ways to travel.