Flying

April 1, 2007
The rules are bound to seem silly to aircraft owners–a triumph of form over s
Chances are, you haven't heard of A008, which sounds like a new secret agent. In fact, there's nothing secret about it-but there might as well be, considering how little many business aircraft owners know about its potentially deadly impact.
April 1, 2007
“We found that customers want greater simplicity in contract terms and more t
While the major fractional providers are still selling plenty of business-jet shares, recent reports indicate that they're also repurchasing existing shares at a rapid rate. As a result, net growth (sales minus repurchases) is at the lowest level in years.
March 1, 2007
A 30-degree navigational error was immediately corrected after a passenger tu
Is it safe to use cellphones and other personal electronics on airplanes? It depends on whom you ask, but researchers at Carnegie Mellon University say that the cacophony of electronic "noise" emitted by portable devices brought onboard by passengers indeed can cause dangerous interference with navigation sensors in the cockpit.
February 1, 2007
Do you have a favorite in-flight meal or caterer you’d like to see featured h
The Dish: Organic breakfast quiche. Pan-seared shitake mushrooms combined with tender baby spinach, organic whole milk and farm-fresh eggs. Served with heirloom melons and berries. The Caterer: Chefs With Altitude, El Segundo and Irvine, Calif., (877)-CWA-4141, www.chefswithaltitude.com.
February 1, 2007
Timmy (not his real name) is a four-year-old cancer patient. He cannot fly commercially due to his condition. But he must travel several times a year for treatment between his California home and Duke University Hospital in Raleigh-Durham, N.C.
February 1, 2007
The 5000’s smartly crafted seats and tables beg the question: Why hasn’t anyo
Bombardier aimed its Global 5000 directly at the Gulfstream 450 and Falcon 900EX market. From a cabin-comfort point of view, it is right on target.
February 1, 2007
The early days were a little less than noble for Wyvern, the Palmyra, N.J.-based charter auditing firm. The company took its name from a mythical, winged dragon that was said to be so large it preyed upon elephants.
February 1, 2007
Put a gourmet kitchen in your house and a real estate agent will be able to give you a good idea of what you'll get back from your investment when the property sells. But what about upgrading the galley in your GIV? Or refurbishing the interior of a Citation III?
February 1, 2007
The Cheyenne’s relative lack of popularity means it can be had at bargain pri
Piper Aircraft designed the twin turboprop PA-42 Cheyenne III to go head-to-head with Beechcraft's ubiquitous King Air. And on paper, it looked like a winner: cheaper and faster than the Beechcraft, the Cheyenne was also easier to maintain.
February 1, 2007
Hand-sewn with silk accents, the carpet features images of alligators, sea tu
When you spend millions for an airplane, its carpet shouldn't look like the nondescript shag rug in your grandmother's living room.

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