Will Protests Against Private Jets Accelerate Electric and Hydrogen Technologies?
The recent series of sit-ins at private and commercial airports could signal that business jets are becoming a lightning rod for climate protesters.
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Luxaviation’s Global Fleet Just Got 6 New Jets
More routes. More jets. Less stress.
From Submarine Treasure Hunts to 10-Person Dinners at Nobu: Bonkers Members-Only Benefits Are Private Aviation’s Newest Draw
Despite the perks, analysts say most clients choose their companies based on safety and service records.
‘We Have to Do It’: This Argentine Filmmaker Is Flying Thousands of Ukrainian Refugees to Safety on His Boeing 787
Award-winning filmmaker and pilot Enrique Piñeyro has airlifted 1,000 displaced Ukrainians aboard his foundation’s jet. It’s just the start.
Forget Luxury. Private Charters Are Turning to Safety and Infrastructure to Lure Wary Travelers.
Rather than competing on just price and amenities, some companies are focusing on safety essentials to lure newcomers.
As Private Jets Come Under Scrutiny From Environmentalists, What’s Next for the Industry?
Private aviation must reckon with the backlash.
How Flying Private Can Take Your Super Bowl Tailgating Party to New Heights
Meet the private jet experts who are making Super Bowl LIII a high-flying affair.
From Birthday Cakes to 7-Step Teas, How One Charter Jet Attendant Makes Flights More Memorable
“You’re the chef; you’re the server. You do it all—even catering.”
Gulfstream’s G500 Business Jet Steps onto the International Scene
Qatar Executive, a subsidiary of Qatar Airways, will begin chartering the pair of aircraft later this year.