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Become an Astronaut with the Space Expedition Corporation

Dec 17, 2012  |   Contributor: Annalisa Solari  |  2 Comments

Traveling across the globe can be great, but for us constant jet-setters we generally hit a point where we feel as if we have seen it all. If you have stars in your eyes – and by that, we literally mean stars – then this holiday season the Space Expedition Corporation has something that might be right up your trajectory; a luxury flight into space.... Read More

Flexjet's Mobile-Friendly Website | A Tool of Engagement

Dec 13, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Like so many other firms these days, private aviation companies are pushing the envelope on websites to engage better with customers. Flexjet, a wholly owned subsidiary of Bombardier, recently announced that its website is available in a mobile-friendly version. The mobile-version of the website works equally well on devices, including Apple products, as it does on a computer.... Read More

Delta is London Bound in New Merger with Virgin Atlantic

Dec 12, 2012  |   Contributor: Tina Stewart

Delta fliers should cross their fingers and hope the merger with Virgin Atlantic is approved by regulators. The deal was announced Tuesday and will allow Delta to strengthen its presence at Heathrow, among other advantages. Both airlines will continue to operate independently under their own names, but passengers will be able to book flights on both and earn and redeem miles reciprocally.... Read More

Jet Card Program Offers Cross-Country Flights for Less

Dec 10, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar  |  1 Comment

Major players in the private luxury aviation industry are reaching out to members and offering special travel incentives to enrich their services and to enhance the experience for flyers.... Read More

What is a Private Jet Card and Why Use One?

Dec 5, 2012  |   Contributor: Anthony Newcombe  |  4 Comments

Private Jet Card: Cost-effective and simple method for frequent flyers to experience owning a private jet without dealing with maintenance. Private, quick, and reliable, jet cards are a type of prepaid debit card with a specific allowance of flight time that bypasses service fees and allows access to any private jet in the chosen company's fleet.... Read More

Virgin Atlantic Opens New Swanky Clubhouse At Newark Liberty Airport

Nov 30, 2012  |   Contributor: Annalisa Solari

Is there anything more dreadful than waiting at an airport? Nothing readily comes to mind. However, those dreary days are over for Virgin Atlantic passengers as this innovative company, ready to set the standard for luxury air travel, has just unveiled their brand-new Clubhouse at Newark Liberty Airport, which will be available for their business travelers.... Read More

For the Holidays | Caviar and Champagne in Air France’s First Class Cabin

Nov 30, 2012  |   Contributor: Tina Stewart

As if the complimentary bread, wine, and cheese were not enough, passengers flying Air France’s luxury La Premi?re cabin will feel even more special this holiday season as they will be receiving a sumptuous treat. First-class fliers departing from Paris December through January shall be gifted an individual-sized jar of Caviar Alverta Royal Eggxiting by Petrossian.... Read More

Airplane Flown by Robert Redford in 'Out of Africa' to be Auctioned

Nov 27, 2012  |   Contributor: Jared Paul Stern

An important piece of cinematic history—the 1929 De Havilland Gipsy Moth bi-plane flown by Robert Redford in the Oscar-winning 1985 film Out of Africa—will be offered by UK auction house Bonhams during its Grand Palais sale in Paris, France on February 6-7.... Read More

Discover the Natural Beauty of Chiloé Island with LAN Airlines' New Weekly Service

Nov 16, 2012  |   Contributor: Tina Stewart

In terms of international travel, it seems as if all four corners of the earth have been reached and subsequently reviewed on popular travel advisory sites. In fact, there is so much input you feel as if you have already been and can shelf the vacation. Fortunately there are some places left that are still relatively untouched by the travel machine - one of these being Chiloé Island off the coast of Southern Chile. At this time, there are only six reviews of it on TripAdvisor, but its popularity might soon be changing because LAN Airlines has announced a new weekly route to this previously hard to reach island.... Read More

BlackJet Offers Private Jet Experience for Business Class Prices

Nov 9, 2012  |   Contributor: Tina Stewart

70 years ago air travel was a glamorous industry. Flying was a civilized experience where passengers dressed up and four course meals were served. Those days now seem to be gone while spending hours on a runway or in a cramped airport has become the norm for many. If only there was a way for passengers to enjoy high-end air accommodations without having to spend millions. Thankfully, the team behind BlackJet has introduced a service so that flyers can reserve seats on a private luxury plane for the price of commercial fare.... Read More

Finnair Brightens Its Flights with New Marimekko Collaboration

Nov 7, 2012  |   Contributor: Tina Stewart

Are tired, washed-out airline interiors bringing you down? Not only depressing, they are uneasy reminders of just how old that plane actually is. Seeking to enhance client experience through upbeat color and design, two Finnish companies have joined together for a new three-year collaboration. Beginning spring 2013, Finnair will redo the look of its entire fleet with the classic designs of Marimekko.... Read More

iPad 2 Saves Gas and Hassle for Flexjet Pilots

Nov 5, 2012  |   Contributor: Sally Farris

Many people who were considering purchasing a private jet in the past few years probably changed their minds when they saw the outrageous gas prices. Flexjet wants to put those people’s minds a little more at ease. The luxury private jet contractor recently received “conditional authorization from the Federal Aviation Administration” to use the iPad 2 as a replacement for the paper manuals and navigational materials required on all of their fractional ownership flights.... Read More

Celebrities Who Ditched the Cars and Bought Private Jets

Oct 25, 2012  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich  |  2 Comments

Luxury cars are a pretty good way to make a statement if you're a high-powered celebrity, but some famous faces find that staying on land just isn't impressive enough and have therefore taken to the skies in their own private jets. I'm sure they also have their fair share of fancy cars but nothing quite beats air travel, especially when it comes to freeway traffic. We all know that people like Donald Trump own private jets but what about your other favorite names?... Read More

Air Pacific Changes Name and Revamps Their Look

Oct 24, 2012  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

In case you were wondering what happened to Air Pacific, they have completely revamped their brand with the help of their new name, Fiji Airways. According to Airline Reporter, the company had their highest revenue yet during 2011/2012, bringing in $362.4 million, which allows them to make some pretty costly changes starting in 2013, like new planes and in-flight entertainment.... Read More

Dragonair Expands Reach and Offers Flights to Yangon, Myanmar

Oct 23, 2012  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

Hong Kong-based Dragonair, sister airline to Cathay Pacific Airways, has recently announced that they have expanded their reach and will soon be flying four times a week into Yangon, starting January 9, 2013. Yangon is the biggest city of Myanmar and acts as the region's most important commercial center. By opening up a route between Hong Kong and Yangon, as well as increasing their flights to specific destinations, the luxury airline is continuing to widen their reach.... Read More

Qantas Airlines Wants You to Get a Good Flight's Sleep

Oct 22, 2012  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

If you're anything like me, sleeping on an airplane is pretty tough and just forget it if it's an international flight. The air pressure never fails to give me a migraine and my ears get knocked out of sync, which lasts long after I deplane. Without a sleeping pill to kelp knock me out, I just spend the long hours of the flight staring at the sleeping bodies around me, bitter and jealous of their peaceful expressions. Thankfully, not all airlines are oblivious to my discomfort and Qantas Airways have added quite a few perks to their international Business service to help all of us pass out peacefully.... Read More

JetSuite Expands Luxury Fleet With Customized CJ3 Aircrafts

Oct 19, 2012  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

JetSuite has been one of the nation's quickest-growing luxury private jet companies and they announced some pretty big changes this month. Not only have they expanded their fleet to double its previous size, those 15 new planes will be customized Cessna Citation CJ3's. Not only are the planes design to fly overwater, they're pretty powerful and can apparently climb to 45,000 feet in a mere 27 minutes and can cruise at up to 480 miles per hour.... Read More

Frankfurt Airport Opens New Lufthansa Lounges

Oct 10, 2012  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

If you find yourself traveling through Frankfurt Airport frequently, you'll be pleased to find out that a new A-Plus Concourse was just opened, as well as five new lounges from Lufthansa. According to Air Nation, Lufthansa lounge network is one of the largest in the world, with hundreds of lounges all over the world. The Senator Lounge, First Class Lounge, and Business Lounge at Frankfurt can all be found on the EU Departures and Arrivals level, while additional Senator and Business Lounges are located in the Non-Schengen area.... Read More

Enter to be Virgin Atlantic's "Red Hot Reporter" for the NFL International Series

Oct 9, 2012  |   Contributor: Sally Farris

Are you an obsessive fan of the NFL? Is your favorite team The New England Patriots or the St. Louis Rams? If so, you have a great opportunity ahead of you. As long as you are at least 21 years old and have some connection to Facebook or Twitter, you can enter to win a spot on your favorite team’s Virgin Atlantic luxury flight to Wembley Stadium in London for the sixth annual NFL International series.... Read More

Global Jet Lindbergh Card Promises to Keep Your World Moving

Oct 5, 2012  |   Contributor: Janice Nieder

Erik Lindbergh (grandson of pioneering aviator Charles Lindbergh) joined Chris Leach, Chair of Air Charter Service, at Manhattan's Explorer Club last night, Oct.4, 2012 to launch a new global jet card.   Respondi... Read More

Jumpjet Brings Affordable Private Jet Travel to 40 U.S. Cities

Oct 3, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar  |  1 Comment

Membership-based luxury travel club Jumpjet will begin accepting members in October for private jet flights that will depart from 40 U.S. cities beginning on November 1, 2012.... Read More

Business Travelers Ready to Speed Through Immigration at Heathrow Airport

Sep 27, 2012  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich  |  2 Comments

According to Daily Mail, UK airports are trying to make passport control a lot quicker and easier for all business class travelers. Maybe you're returning home from abroad or you're flying in to visit friends and family in London, but most people are pretty used to the irritating lines that can accumulate while passports are being checked. Thanks to Heathrow and other British airports, those two-hour-long lines may be a thing of the past, assuming you're a high-valued flyer that is.... Read More

American Airlines Flies Into The Future With New Tablet Program

Sep 26, 2012  |   Contributor: Annalisa Solari

American Airlines announced this Wednesday their decision to launch their new innovative tablet program with the Samsung Galaxy Note. This new in-flight gadget will give flight attendants access to relevant passenger information, allowing for a more personalized and enjoyable flying experience.... Read More

Exclusive With Transaero CEO | A Bright New Take Off for the Russian Airline

Sep 25, 2012  |   Contributor: Slavica Monczka  |  2 Comments

In several ways, the Russian airline company Transaero is representative of Russia as a country, post soviet era. They have a youthful, modern and thriving energy, with a desire to explore this rich, vast world so new to them. My interview with Transaero CEO, Olga Pleshakova in Moscow, enlightened me on the company’s rapid expansion, some growing pains along the way, and her devotion to helping others in need.... Read More

Get Reimbursed for Missing Your JetBlue Flight

Sep 21, 2012  |   Contributor: Joseph Vasquez  |  1 Comment

Have you ever gotten ready for an exciting vacation, your flight and hotel booked and ready, only to have your flight delayed or canceled at the last minute? More often than not, cancelled flights results in fees that sometimes turn you away from using that airline again in the future. JetBlue Airways realizes that sometimes plans change so they're now offering 360 support to their customers.... Read More

Flexjet 25 Jet Card Program Adds Premium Perks to Enhance Luxury Jet Travel

Sep 19, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar  |  1 Comment

The Flexjet 25 Jet Card program, which affords travelers the experience of private jet travel without the accompanying costs of ownership, recently announced the addition of four new perks it will be offering to its high-flying clientele. ... Read More

Onboard Jacuzzis and Kitchens Prove Private Jets Are Back

Sep 18, 2012  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team  |  1 Comment

Private jets, and all of the perks that come with them, spent some time being relatively swept aside due to the declining economy. People didn't want to appear wasteful and insensitive in the wake of the recession. However, those who have extra wealth to burn seem to turning back to the days of filling their jets with Jacuzzis and full-service kitchens.... Read More

Sip California's Best Wines Aboard Delta Courtesy of Their New "Winemaker Series"

Sep 13, 2012  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich  |  3 Comments

Airlines have been feeling the pressure to up their game when it comes to food and drinks offered in flight, with many companies enlisting the help of gourmet chefs and wine connoisseurs. Delta just joined the ranks of those like Air New Zealand (who have a food and wine list overseen by some of the best in the country) and got a whole lot classier with their "Winemaker Series," which began on September 1, 2012.... Read More

Sleep Through Your LAN Flight On The New Boeing 787 Dreamliner

Sep 11, 2012  |   Contributor: Annalisa Solari  |  2 Comments

Many of us love to travel, but getting to our destination via airline can leave us overwhelmed and exhausted. Is it the long, nauseous hours spent in the air trying to desperately pop our ears, or is it perhaps the rock-hard, uncomfortably upright seats that never seem to have enough leg room?... Read More

Learjet 85 Shows Off Redesign on Nationwide Tour

Sep 5, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar  |  1 Comment

Fractional luxury jet company Flexjet, and business-jet manufacturer Bombardier, launched their nationwide Learjet 85 Aircraft Mock-Up Tour in Los Angeles last week. The mock-up is a full-scale model of the new aircraft and the mission of the tour is to invite prospective clients to personally experience what the Learjet 85 has to offer.... Read More

Ever Wanted To Go To Space? Virgin Airlines Can Get You There

Aug 31, 2012  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich  |  1 Comment

Most frequent fliers know that many airlines offer them rewards in the form of free flights and rental car upgrades, but Virgin Airlines is branching into a new direction that will launch its best customers into space. According to US News, the airline will be rewarding the one person who rakes in the most flier points over the next year with a free trip outside Earth's atmosphere.... Read More

Asian Pacific Jets Orders 10 Nextant 400XT Business Jets

Aug 27, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar  |  1 Comment

Business jet manufacturer Nextant Aerospace announced that Asia Pacific Jets has ordered 10 Nextant 400XT aircraft's, with delivery occurring over the next three-years. The newly acquired line of aircraft's will be fitted as business and air ambulance jets. It was also announced that Asia Pacific Jets is the sales agent in Asia for the Nextant 400XT and a new partnership with Hong Kong-based AirMed Asia, a subsidiary of AirMed International, has been struck as well by the growing Pacific Jets. ... Read More

Daher-Socata’s Single-Engine Turboprop is Ready for Delivery

Aug 24, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar  |  1 Comment

The latest version of Daher-Socata’s single-engine turboprop airplane is ready for delivery and upgrades. The aviation company announced that it received certification of its new seating and cabin configuration. The news was announced at the EAA AirVenture Oskosh aircraft show in Oskosh, Wisconsin, on July 24, 2012.... Read More

Guess Which Australian Supermodel is the Newest Face of Qantas Airline

Aug 22, 2012  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich  |  1 Comment

Australian airline Qantas is making a pretty big effort to boost their public image by snatching supermodel Miranda Kerr as their Global Ambassador. The Aussie beauty has joined the likes of John Travolta and Andrew Bogut, and will star in a worldwide advertising campaign for the airline.... Read More

Flexjet Partners with Abercrombie & Kent Residence Club

Aug 8, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Private aviation company Flexjet, and destination group Abercrombie & Kent Residence Club have aligned to provide Flexjet fractional jet owners seven additional complimentary nights upon the purchase of an Abercrombie & Kent Residence Club membership.... Read More

Private Jet Charters in India | Invision Air

Aug 6, 2012  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

If you've ever flown aboard an standard airline, you know it can be full of irritants from the moment you enter the airport, making a private jet charter a very attractive alternative.... Read More

Virgin America Introduces New Uniforms by Banana Republic

Jul 16, 2012  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team  |  1 Comment

The flying experience in the 60's and 70's was one of high fashion, featuring flight attendants wearing designer dresses and neck scarves, and Virgin America airlines plans on bringing that back. With the help of Banana Republic, the airline has created a new uniform line to bring a sense of luxury style to their flight attendants and crew.... Read More

Air France Gets a New Luxury Lounge

Jul 12, 2012  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman  |  2 Comments

While airport lounges can be notoriously dreary places to wait for your flight, Air France has introduced a new business class lounge and satellite building at Paris-Charles de Gaul airport, which promises to help get outside of the usual airport rut.... Read More

Fastest Supersonic Jet Will Be Unveiled at Farnborough International Airshow

Jun 26, 2012  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team  |  21 Comments

Day-long plane trips may soon be a thing of the past with a new supersonic jet prototype that is getting ready to debut. In a collaborative effort between NASA, Boeing, Lockheed Martin and Gulfstream the aviation concept is set to be unveiled at the Farnborough International Airshow in England during July. According to reports by Gulfstream, the jet would be able to fly more than 2,485 miles per hour— nearly... Read More

Flexjet Introduces New Management Members to Company Team

Jun 22, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Private, luxury aircraft company Flexjet has announced that a second addition will join its executive-management team in June with the appointment of Darren Blackett as the new Pacific Northwest regional sales director.... Read More

Dassault Falcon Launches New High-Tech Website

Jun 18, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar  |  2 Comments

Dassault Falcon has launched a new global website that allows visitors quick access to information on Falcon aircraft, enhancements and a line of communication with customer service capabilities. The aviation company tapped technology that is workable on all browsers on computers as well as personal and mobile devices.... Read More

Pilatus PC-12 Aircraft To Improve Toronto Business Travel

Jun 15, 2012  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team  |  1 Comment

The company responsible for the Pilatus PC-12, an operationally flexible luxury aircraft, is excited that their new PC-12 crafts will be finding a home in Toronto, Canada. The luxury plane has been used for numerous jobs, ranging from executive transport and private airline... Read More

Facebook Makes Flying A Social Affair

Jun 8, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza  |  1 Comment

Just when you thought Facebook couldn’t make sharing any bigger, the social media giant is now extending its reaches into the world of flying. In conjunction with Facebook, KLM Royal Dutch Airlines and Malaysia are launching Meet & Seat and MHbuddy, respectively— a socially savvy attempt to make flying an interactive experience. KLM Royal Dutch Airlines’ Meet & Seat allows travelers who have... Read More

World's First Boeing 747-8 International Passenger Jet Makes Debut Flight

Jun 5, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar  |  4 Comments

Commercial airline Lufthansa initiated commercial service of the world’s first Boeing 747-8 Intercontinental passenger aircraft. The airline’s new flagship aircraft is making its first flight from Frankfurt, Germany, to Washington, DC.... Read More

Cessna Introduces Newest Business Jet | The Citation Longitude

Jun 1, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar  |  3 Comments

The Cessna Aircraft Company recently introduced its newest and longest-range business jet, the Citation Longitude, at the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE), in Geneva, Switzerland, which was held May 14-16, 2012.... Read More

Celebrity Pilots Taking to the Air

May 29, 2012  |   Contributor: Carly Zinderman

Have you ever wondered how actors make it seem so easy to fly planes in movies? From the Millennium Falcon to Air Force One, Harrison Ford is just one of many prime examples of a celebrity turned pilot. Take a look at who else is soaring the friendly skies, off-camera.... Read More

Got Klout? Gain Access to Cathay Pacific's VIP Lounge

May 18, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

Social media tracker Klout, a web-based service that rewards users for its online activities with luxury electronics such as Window phones and other goods, recently announced its partnership with Cathay Pacific Airways. Now, individuals with an enabled Klout iPhone app and a Klout score of 40 will have access to the VIP Cathay Pacific lounge at San Francisco’s International Airport.... Read More

The Next Generation of Flight | HondaJet

May 17, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar  |  1 Comment

The HondaJet truly is a vision in the sky. The five-passenger light jet offers up very impressive all-around performance numbers as well. Since it only needs 3,120 feet for takeoffs and 2,500 feet to make a landing, the luxury private jet is able to access more than 10 times the number of airports that are accessible to commercial-size planes.... Read More

iPad Technology Powers New Bombardier Aviation System

May 16, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza  |  1 Comment

Since its launch, the Apple iPad has become an incredible tool, not only for those browsing the web or listening to music, but for doctors, engineers, and designers in technical headquarters worldwide. Now the iPad, which is considered one of the world's best ultimate electronics, is reaching its grasp even further as Bombardier, the world’s only manufacturer of both planes and trains, announces its plan to unveil an iPad supported Bombardier Flight Deck application. The company hopes the new iPad app will significantly lighten the paperload required of pilots.... Read More

Hawker Beechcraft to Debut Hawker 800XPR at 2012 Geneva Airshow

May 11, 2012  |   Contributor: JustLuxe Team

The 2012 European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition, which will take place May 14-16 in Geneva, Switzerland, will see the addition of eight luxury private jets and aircraft from Hawker Beechcraft Corporation (HBC). HBC is a world leader in the manufacturing of many types of planes including, business, special mission, light attack and trainer crafts.... Read More

Fly Year-Round in a Private Jet For the Price of A Mercedes

May 10, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza  |  2 Comments

Invision Air, a private jet charter company based out of India, has recently launched its own Jet Card membership program that will allow frequent flyers with a taste for luxury and an eye for the best airlines, the ability to practically own their own jet without the maintenance costs. Founder Vinit Phatak said, ““Using a Jet Card provides all the primary benefits of owning a jet without the high investment and headaches. We have structured our programs at a price point similar to a 3-series BMW/C-Class Mercedes, 5 series BMW/E-Class Mercedes, and a 7-series BMW/S-Class Mercedes; so if you can afford to buy one of these cars, you can afford to fly in a private jet.”... Read More

Volta Volaré GT4 Electric Aircraft to Begin Testing this Spring

May 4, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

The electric-powered GT4 by Volta Volaré is a four-passenger plane with a powertrain that operates both an electric- and a petroleum-powered engine. The manufacturer of the private aircraft Popular Science (PopSci) recently headlined as “...the first production-ready electric airplane” announced that flight testing would begin this spring.... Read More

“Most Fuel-Efficient Jet on the Planet” Receives FAA Production Certificate

May 1, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar  |  3 Comments

Eclipse Aerospace announced that its very light jet (VLJ) model, the Eclipse 550 received its FAA Production Certificate #550 earlier this week. This places the twin-engine jet a step closer to actual production.... Read More

Cirrus Makes Highly Anticipated Announcement on Vision SF50 Aircraft

Apr 18, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Private aircraft manufacturer Cirrus Aircraft announced today that it expects to make the first delivery to an owner of the Cirrus Vision SF50 in 2015. The new aircraft is reported to be in a niche of its own that lands somewhere between piston single and twin models and VLJs (very light jets). ... Read More

Diamond Aircraft Twin-Engine Prototype Exceeds Expectations

Apr 16, 2012  |   Contributor: Sara Cardoza

Diamond Aircraft’s new, all-composite twin-engine DA52 model completed its maiden flight with huge success. The first flight was performed by Diamond Chairman Christian Dries and test pilot Ingmar Mayerbuch, after which Dries stated, “This is the best prototype aircraft I have ever made a maiden flight with... Read More

Elite Aviation and STAjets Partner to Expand Base in SoCal

Apr 12, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

Private airliner Elite Aviation has entered into an agreement with Orange County’s STAjets to provide the Van Nuys, Calif.-based firm with a second base of operations in Southern California.... Read More

Flying Magazine Calls 2012 Cirrus SR22 “Most Sophisticated Single...Ever”

Mar 30, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar  |  2 Comments

Flying Magazine has named the 2012 Cirrus SR22 single-engine-piston aircraft the “Most Sophisticated Single … Ever” in a cover story that chronicles the history of the storied airplane from the first delivery in 1999 to the 5,000 units in 2011. The Duluth, Minnesota-based personal-aircraft manufacturer has delivered airplanes in more than 60 countries.... Read More

Boeing Shows Off Luxurious Features of New Business Jet at 2012 ABACE

Mar 28, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar  |  3 Comments

The latest Boeing Business Jet to enter service in China was introduced this week at the Asian Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (ABACE) in Shanghai. The conference began Tuesday and runs through Thursday, March 29, 2012.... Read More

Flexjet Receives Two Aviation Awards

Mar 13, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar

The U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the U.S. National Air Transportation Association (NATA) both have recognized Flexjet for its excellence in aircraft technical training. The FAA issued the private-aviation firm its Diamond Award of Excellence, which is the FAA's highest honor for maintenance training. The FAA has issued the private-aviation firm this award now for 13 consecutive years.... Read More

Elite Aviation Introduces Elite Attaché Program

Mar 9, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar  |  1 Comment

Elite Aviation recently announced the availability of its Elite Attaché program. The firm is inviting clients to create an itinerary for their dreamiest vacations, and then they put it all together for them, detail by detail.... Read More

World's First 'Street Legal' Aircraft Debuts at New York International Auto Show

Mar 8, 2012  |   Contributor: James Rothaar  |  2 Comments

Terrafugia’s Transition Roadable Aircraft, also known as the Flying Car, will officially meet the world at the 2012 New York International Auto Show (NYIAS) at the Jacob Javits Center on April 6-15, 2012.... Read More

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