Record-Breaking Aviator Barrington Irving and Flexjet Pilot Dickson Usher on Building a Career Flying Jets
In 2008, Dickson Usher, then a high-school junior, was in awe when Barrington Irving, the world’s youngest pilot to solo-circumnavigate the world, taught his class to build a homemade airplane. Now a rising star in the business aviation world, Usher flies clients across the country in a Flexjet Phenom 300.
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This Luxurious One-of-a-Kind Helicopter Is Like Flying in a Bentley
We discovered how exacting the details of this Bacalar-inspired Sikorsky S-76 helicopter are during a flight from Miami to Naples.
The New Food Fight? Private Jets Are Racing to Serve Cuisine Made by Michelin-Starred Chefs
Food wars take on a new meaning at 45,000 feet when Michelin-starred restaurants pair up with jet firms to offer a fresh, new take on high-altitude cuisine.
From Motorcycles to Jets: Ride-Sharing Apps Are Reaching New Levels of Luxury
The new generation of tech is no longer just for glorified taxi services.
This One-of-a-Kind Helicopter Comes With a Plush Leather Interior Inspired by the Bentley Bacalar
Flexjet’s bespoke Sikorsky S-76 will have its first public viewing this weekend at the Quail Lodge and Golf Course in California.
‘It’s Like Musical Chairs’: Why Booking a Private Jet Is More Difficult Than Ever This Summer
Despite double-digit hikes in charter and card pricing, demand has stayed at record levels. And the aircraft shortage remains.
Private Jet Charters Could Increase by More than 50% This Year, a New Study Says
That’s the good news. But 43 percent of respondents are so unhappy with delays and random hassles they are considering other aviation firms.
Private Fliers Are Blending Business, Pleasure—and Family Time—More Than Ever
Presidents from NetJets to VistaJet weigh in on why their clients are now opting for more remote getaways.
Amid Unprecedented Demand, Delays and Downgrades Are Now Private Aviation’s New Normal
Clients are paying $5,000 to $25,000 per hour for private jets, and, in turn, are seeing delays and downgrades. What gives?