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July 2011

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Life on the World’s Best Airline

Jul 29, 2011  |   Contributor: Made Man

The citizens of Qatar, like the New York Yankees, live by a simple creed: “Good things happen more often than not when you have tons of money.” The Persian Gulf nation — spin your globe to Saudi Arabia and scan the eastern border — is slightly smaller in area than Connecticut with less than half the population (just 1.5 million people, three quarters of whom are temporary guest workers). Unlike Connecticut, however, Qatar shrewdly decided to be located on massive oil and gas reserves. Its per capita GDP is $69,754, while America’s is a peasant-like $44,872.... Read More

Private Jet Travel: A Q&A with Fred Reid, President of Flexjet by Bombardier

Jul 15, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Over the past two months, JustLuxe has spoken to two top-level executives from two of the most prominent private-aviation companies in the industry. Both sources have reported to us that they have seen an increase in sales.... Read More

Interview With Commercial Helicopter CEO: Robinson Helicopters Takes Flight

Jul 13, 2011  |   Contributor: Christy Stewart

With nearly 1,000 employees and a 6,000-square-foot California facility, Robinson Helicopters is the world's largest manufacturer of civil helicopters. Recently, JustLuxe's Beck Bamberger shared some one-on-one time with Kurt Robinson, CEO of Robinson Helicopters... Read More

Flying Car Prepares for Takeoff: Terrafugia Transition

Jul 6, 2011  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Massachusetts-based aerospace company Terrafugia recently announced that it has received a grant of all the special exemptions it had requested from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).... Read More

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