VistaJet says it will be carbon neutral by 2025, while other business-air providers are embracing sustainability.
The owner of the world’s largest fleet of business jets gave supersonic technology a big vote of confidence.
Some providers have gone all out with new sanitation procedures and technology, while others are using the resources they have available.
More individuals who used to fly first class are moving to private aviation to reach charter yachts and vacation homes. Enquiries are up 85 percent this month for some firms.
Aircraft design soared even higher this year. Plus: Rapid innovation in the eVTOL world.
As Coronavirus Spreads, Private Jet Charters Shift Focus From Evacuation to Family Flights
Offered by NetJets and Northrop & Johnson, this ultimate Superbowl experience also includes VIP tickets to the game and after-party.
With a relationship spanning more than 30 years, NetJets and Textron Aviation are thrilled to partner on a compelling new aircraft—the Cessna® Citation Longitude®. Built in Textron Aviation’s “Factory of the Future” in Wichita, Kansas, this industry-leading aircraft is designed to complete the highly requested NetJets super-midsize cabin class. The result is an aircraft unlike […]
Here we look at the aircraft, technology, and innovations that have turned business jets into one of the safest and most indulgent ways to travel.