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Fly on Your Terms with Private Jet Preferences Offered Exclusively by Delta

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2013

There are countless private jet companies that promise you a relaxing flight, but more often than not, saddle you with extra fees and surprise charges. To compete, Delta offers its own private jet service that guarantees you luxury in-air service at...

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Sign Up for TSA Precheck and Skip Security at the Airport

BY : Noah Joseph | 2013

Let's face it: unless you're traveling on a private jet, flying can be a pain. The Transportation Security Administration always seems to be adding new and seemingly illogical security measures that appear to do little but make our lives more...

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Delta and USHG Launch New Express Meal Options for NYC to London Flights

BY : James Rothaar | 2013

Delta Air Lines is launching a partnership with Union Square Hospitality Group (USHG) to enrich the dining and in-flight experience for its passengers. With the guidance of the USHG, Delta is planning to offer regionally tailored, chef-driven menus...

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Emirates Transforms Huge 124-Seater Into a Private Jet

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2013

According to Business Insider, airline Emirates has transformed one of their 124-seat commercial aircraft into a luxury private jet. Designed to now carry only 19 passengers, the Airbus A319 will not only be roomy, it also promises to treat you in a...

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Saker Aircraft Wants to Sell You Your Own Fighter Jet

BY : Noah Joseph | 2013

Having your own personal jet is perhaps the ultimate mark of affluence, but some wealthy aviation enthusiasts aren't satisfied owning just any passenger jet — they want a fighter model. And there are those who do exactly that, buying decommissioned...

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BMW DesignworksUSA Creates New First Class Cabins for Singapore Airlines

BY : Noah Joseph | 2013

Singapore Airlines has a reputation for offering some of the finest First Class accommodations in the world. But it didn't get there by cutting corners, and it is intent on maintaining the standard the Asian airlines set for itself. So to redesign...

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First Airbus ACJ321 Private Jet Delivered to Owner

The latest private jet by Airbus, the ACJ321, was delivered reports business aviation news website, Blue Sky. Comlux, a private-aviation firm, is the first customer to take physical ownership of the deluxe aircraft. The private jet is currently...
BY: James Rothaar | 2013

ICON Aircraft Announces $60M Investment Capital for Production Surge

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2013

When the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) created the new Sport Pilot license and Light Sport Aircraft categories in 2004, making flying more accessible and affordable for everyone, ICON Aircraft was formed with the intent to "reinvent flying."...

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Air New Zealand Offers the Explorer Pass to Boost Travel

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2013

Air New Zealand is offering residents of the USA and Canada a new Explorer Pass, which is meant to make trip planning to the South Pacific a whole lot easier. With 27 New Zealand destinations, seven in Australia and nine destination in the South...

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Air New Zealand Can Expect New Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner Early 2014

According to Australian News, Boeing is in the process of building a new 787-9 Dreamliner, which will be a much longer version of their older 787, for their first launch customer Air New Zealand. The updated aircraft will be able to accommodate 250 to 290 passengers (40 more than the 787) and will be using 20 percent less fuel than other planes of similar size. The 787-9 build began May 30 in Everett, Washington, and will be making its first flights within a couple months. Air New Zealand can expect their new aircraft in early 2014, while 20 other customers all over the world have already placed their orders for 355 of the aircraft. "Integrating the 787-9 into our production system on time is another clear sign that we are well-prepared and well-positioned for the work ahead," says Mark Jenks, VP of Boeing Commercial Airplanes' 787 program. Considering Boeing's older Dreamliner went into service over three years late, the company seems pretty keen to stay on track this time.
BY: Mila Pantovich | 2013

Upgrades and Perks to Expect From New American Airlines Merger

BY : Mila Pantovich | 2013

With American Airlines having recently merged with US Airways, the airline is ready to compete with major carriers like United and Delta. Fliers of AA and US Airways can expect plenty of changes coming up from the acquisition, from upgraded...

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Jet Art Group Makes Masterpiece Using $10 Million Learjet Engine "Paintbrush"

BY : Jared Paul Stern | 2013

In celebration of the pioneering aviation company’s 50th anniversary, Flexjet has partnered with New York-based Jet Art Group to create one-of-a-kind masterpieces using a Learjet engine as a $10 million dollar "paintbrush." Artist Princess Tarinan...

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