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.
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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.
‘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.
NetJets Is Buying 150 eVTOLS From Aviation Start-Up Lilium
Forget a limo or Uber. NetJets expects this Lilium jet to shorten commutes between airports and metro centers, or reach remote landing pads.
From Soldiers to Ukrainian Refugees: Private Jets Are Flying Humanitarian Missions Around the World
Business aircraft are being used for nonprofit events, cancer patients, US military families, rescue animals and aid relief in Ukraine.
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.
As Private Flying Surges, Pets Are Traveling Like Never Before
From NetJets to VistaJet, private aviation companies are offering new pet programs to accommodate the increase in furry travelers.
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?