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.
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Embraer Unveils New Hydrogen Fuel-Cell-Powered Jets
Its Energia line will also include 19- and 30-seat hybrid-electric aircraft for regional travel. Airbus also announced a slew of sustainability initiatives that could push aviation forward.
This New eVTOL Could Be the First to Hit the Skies in 2024
The new five-passenger Midnight made its public unveiling in California.
This Beautiful Coffee-Table Book Shows Why CEOs Love Flying Their Own Jets
“Jet Dreams” is a tribute to a group of plucky chief executives who first dreamt of flying jets as kids, and kept that passion alive for years.
Overdue Props? The Old-School Turboprop Jet Is Enjoying a Luxe Transformation
“The fit and finish have dramatically improved,” claims an industry expert.
Chicago Is Preparing to Give Its Future eVTOL Network a Dry Run
Next month’s flights are designed to give a sense of the Windy City’s electric air-taxi potential.
Watch: Embraer’s New, More Efficient Turboprop Airplanes Could Hit the Skies Next Year
The regional airliner will feature distinctive rear-mounted engines for a much quieter cabin.
The 27 Most Important Business Aircraft of the Last 100 Years
Sharing the common theme of innovation, here are the most noteworthy aircraft from aviation’s pioneering days through today’s advanced business jets.
Embraer Is Testing Self-Flying eVTOLs in Flights Over Rio de Janeiro
The tech will lead to air taxis flying themselves as part of urban transport. Embraer’s eVTOL spinoff Eve starts trading today on the NYSE.