Business Jet Traveler

March 20, 2014
Leonard Cohen on Leonard Cohen: Interviews and Encounters
Leonard Cohen on Leonard Cohen: Interviews and Encounters, the latest book from BJT editor Jeff Burger, has jus
March 18, 2014
Bombardier Challenger 350
Though its predecessor has been a formidable competitor in the super-midsize market, this new model offers even more.
March 14, 2014
For some jet models, demand now exceeds supply.
March 12, 2014
At the heart of the 500,000-square-mile Gobi Desert, hundreds of miles from the nearest Wi-Fi, is Three Camel Lodge.
Bored with "ordinary" getaways? Try these seemingly inhospitable destinations. They can be hospitable indeed—and anything but ordinary.
March 10, 2014
Sir Richard Branson (Photo: Margie Goldsmith)
One of the world's greatest entrepreneurs talks about his typically ambitious latest plans and offers a one-word summary of his life today.
March 10, 2014
Santa Monica Airport (Photo: Barry Ambrose)
Bizav boosters should aggressively rebut critics. Two recent cases from the Los Angeles area highlight the dangers of not aggressively firing back at general aviation critics, especially those in government.
March 10, 2014
Audemars Piguet Royal Oak Offshore
A new club lets you try out a different luxury watch every two months.
March 10, 2014
Jennifer Leach English at La Bella Macchina in Palm Beach
Sir Richard Branson is the only person we’ve put on our cover twice, and I can’t think of a better choice for that distinction. In 2008, when we first featured him, a poll in Britain had just named him No. 2 on a list of people parents would want their children to look up to, second only to “a family member” and ahead of both Jesus Christ and Nelson Mandela.
March 5, 2014
Illustration: Fotolia
Business jet finance has settled into a predictable—and more sustainable—groove after the mad scramble of 2007 and the deafening silence of
March 5, 2014
A complete gut job on an airliner or a refurbishment of a used VIP 757 would ring the register at about $28 million to $35 million, airplane included.
I remember when I first saw a Boeing 757: While boarding one in 1983. I was struck by the highly cambered wings; the tall landing gear; the nose, which recalled a Lockheed Constellation; and the pair of big, high-ratio bypass engines, which seemed to produce a gentle hum as opposed to a whine. This was elegance and efficiency in motion mated to a comfortable cabin with plenty of headroom.

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“You are so motivated to make sure the trip goes smoothly, because you know that the organs of these two kids are now going to save the lives of more than just a handful of other kids.”