Flying

December 1, 2009
"Empty legs," the so-called repositioning flights that have no passengers, represent a growing marketplace of bargain charter opportunities, and it's easy to see why. Many charter flights carry only crew because the aircraft is on its way to pick up travelers or going somewhere empty after dropping them off.
December 1, 2009
Since the Wright brothers' first flight, major improvements in safety have resulted primarily from technological advances. The reduction in accidents over time has paralleled improved airplane and wing design and engine-propulsion technology, the introduction of traffic collision avoidance systems, terrain warning indicators and other innovative equipment.
December 1, 2009
AVIATION LEGEND JIMMY DOOLITTLE made the first "blind" landing in September 1929, a little more than 80 years ago. He used an experimental Sperry gyroscope to serve as his artificial horizon and then-revolutionary radio beacons to home in on the runway.
October 1, 2009
Three reasons explain why the Hawker 700s produced between 1977 and 1984 rema
Introduced in 1977, the hawker 700 has endured  thanks to its durability, spacious stand-up cabin and bargain prices. You can pick one up on the used market for as little as $1 million. spend a little extra on paint, a new interior, a cockpit makeover and a maintenance service plan, and your airplane will be hard to distinguish from a brand-new Hawker 900XP selling for $14 million.
October 1, 2009
Richard Santulli wrote the rules on fractional ownership, and in the process
Richard T. Santulli, who resigned in August after nearly a quarter century as chairman of NetJets, had never been in an airplane-had in fact never been outside the New York/New Jersey/Connecticut metropolitan area- until he turned 21 and spent his honeymoon in Puerto Rico.
October 1, 2009
Your provider would be much happier to keep you on the ledger with a share in
Scaling back doesn't have to mean giving up the benefits of private aviation and settling on airline travel.
October 1, 2009
The Dish: Egg Soufflé Had enough of the same old scrambled eggs for breakfast? Consider the egg soufflé from South Florida-based caterer Silver Lining. Executive chefs Andrew Whiteman and James Donato came up with the recipe. They combine shrimp, sautéed mixed vegetables, creamy boursin cheese, a bit of nutty asiago and beaten egg with heavy cream and seasonings.
October 1, 2009
The G350 won’t get you to China on a single load of fuel, but if all you need
Well, the 1970s are back. Yes, the decade that spawned stagflation, the Misery Index, badly built automobiles and lowered thermostats seems to be making a reappearance.
September 1, 2009
Royal Jet's chefs consult with clients before flights and are available to tr
Not satisfied with the food or wine on your flights? Maybe what you need is a chef or sommelier who can accompany you on your trips and tailor everything to your exact specifications.
September 1, 2009
Do you have a favorite in-flight meal or caterer you’d like to see featured h
The Dish: Sin in a Tin This perfectly named chocolate pâté, which is laced with 60-percent Belgian bittersweet chocolate, is created from an old French recipe. But it isn't the recipe that makes it special as much as the proper assembly of ingredients, said the chef. The dessert can be served plain or with fresh berries.

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“"I've got a list of corporations that have gotten out of their airplanes [because of criticism from politicians]. It is the stupidest thing I've ever seen. When you look at the time and cost savings; it does not make sense not to fly [privately]. You can't let public perception interfere with your business decision to fly. It either is a good business decision or it isn't."”

-business aviation entrepreneur Nick Popovich