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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Elvis Presley’s Dilapidated Private Jet Sat in the Desert for 40 Years. It Just Sold for $260,000.
Noting her husband’s love of winged transport, Priscilla Presley spoke about the King’s aircraft collection at the auction.
The Yachting World Has Been Slow to Embrace Fractional Ownership—Here’s Why
“A big reason is most yacht owners don’t like to share,” says Tankoa CEO Vincenzo Poerio.
This Bentley Owner Loved His Car So Much He Modeled His New Gulfstream and Helicopter After It
The Gulfstream G650 and Sikorsky S-76 have exteriors with the same juniper color as Kenn Ricci’s Bentley Bacalar, with interior detailing to match.
How This Tricked-Out Boeing Jumbo Became the Most Famous Plane Rock ‘n’ Roll History
In the 1970s, ‘Starship’ acted as a flying tour bus for acts including Led Zeppelin, Elton John and the Rolling Stones.
These Business Jets Are Being Modified for Military Special Ops
The range and altitude of the Gulfstream G550 and Bombardier 6000 make them go-to aircraft for disrupting enemy control-and-command systems.
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.
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.
The Best in Aviation, From Dassault’s Ultra-Long-Range Jet to a Flying ‘AirCar’
More than ever, aircraft companies like Gulfstream and Wheels Up are factoring tech and sustainability into new offerings.