8 Once-in-a-Lifetime Private Jet Adventures to Take in 2023, From Lion Spotting in Kenya to Skiing the French Alps
From Madagascar to Mont Blanc, this collection of over-the-top holidays is guaranteed to inspire you for next year.
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From Motorcycles to Jets: Ride-Sharing Apps Are Reaching New Levels of Luxury
The new generation of tech is no longer just for glorified taxi services.
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.
‘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.
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.
How Private Aviation Learned to Stop Worrying and Embrace the Booking App
The biggest challenge is offering instant pricing like commercial airlines do.
‘Lower Costs, Larger Cabins’: Why Aviation Companies Are Investing in the Humble Turboprop
Turboprops are bizav’s overlooked middle child. With fuel prices and regional travel up, some operators view them as a better business jet.
Private Jet Companies Are Taking On More Single-Seat Charters. Here’s Why.
Depending on the number of travelers, companies like Wheels Up say up to 50 percent can be saved on flights.
Amid ‘Historical’ Demand for Jets, Business Aviation Sales Have Increased 30%
At business aviation’s biggest show, CEOs are ecstatic: Aviation firms are seeing record growth in airplane and charter sales.