Flying

December 1, 2006
In the late 1960s, NASA was looking around for an aircraft that would do a good job of training astronauts to practice space shuttle landings. The agency selected the Gulfstream GII, and that says a lot about the airplane.
December 1, 2006
Best Jets refurbishes Learjet 24s and 25s and modifies their engines in a way
an't wait for that new jet with the far-off delivery date? For less than the cost of most new models, you can purchase a previously owned Learjet with a comfortable new interior, fresh paint, long-lasting powerful engines and outstanding performance. There is at least one drawback-higher fuel consumption.
December 1, 2006
In the aftermath of the nonfatal collision of a Hawker 800XP and a sailplane
Over the last decade, business aviation safety has improved immensely. During that time, regulators have attempted to reduce accidents by introducing a variety of equipment, avionics and procedural requirements.
December 1, 2006
"I must have been unconscious for two or three minutes," recalled Dean Mortimer, president of Ontario, Canada's Cloud Air charter service. "I woke up looking upside down at the bottom of the lake, yet inexplicably I released my seat belt and fell headfirst to the roof of the aircraft."
December 1, 2006
You want to watch what you want, when you want to watch it. That's why you have televisions in the living room, home theater, bedroom, kitchen, exercise room and den, and maybe even the garage and bathroom-not to mention TiVo and DVD players-and why networks are putting some shows on their Web sites.
December 1, 2006
Winter flying might be considered better or worse than summer flying, dependi
For private jet travelers intent on satisfying their own "urge for going," winter flights south often begin with a quick, cold dash from the limo or terminal across a wind-blown, icy ramp to a toasty preheated cabin. The rest of the flight passes in climate-controlled comfort until you emerge-relaxed and refreshed-to take on the sun.

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