Sharing the common theme of innovation, here are the most noteworthy aircraft from aviation’s pioneering days through today’s advanced business jets.
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 hacks range from simple design tweaks like repositioning panels in the cabin’s center, all the way to a virtual environment as sophisticated as a Hollywood movie.
Cirrus and Gulfstream are the only manufacturers with full concierge programs, mostly because it makes business sense.
Unlike commercial airliners focusing on small gains in efficiency, developing business jets is about “speed, safety and security,” says one veteran test pilot. In other words, pushing the design envelope.
Aircraft design soared even higher this year. Plus: Rapid innovation in the eVTOL world.
With Its Own Master Suite, This New Gulfstream Jet’s Plush Interior Might Upstage Your Favorite 5-Star Hotel
It’s the smart and often hidden details across the interior.
The new jet will have a cabin two feet longer than its nearest competitor, Bombardier’s Global 7500.
Even though it has just entered service, the jet already holds more than 10 city-pair speed records.