Business Jet Traveler

June 1, 2007
Everyone agrees that age, and the experience that goes with it, are good thin
Alone, in their 50-seat commercial jet, the two young pilots decided to see what [the Bombardier CRJ200] could do," reported The New York Times in an article titled, "Just Before Dying, a Thrill at 41,000 Feet." The article described how the pilots took the aircraft up to its altitude limit of 41,000 feet.
June 1, 2007
Fractional owners opt out of their contracts early for many reasons. You may have sold an out-of-town business and so charter or a jet card may better serve your reduced needs. Maybe you're flying  more than you expected and it makes sense for you to purchase a whole aircraft.
June 1, 2007
Want to avoid the time and trouble of packing for trips and carrying suitcases to and from airports? For a fee, Reston, Va.-based Flylite will take the job-and bags-off your hands.
June 1, 2007
What this means for you is that you have a reasonable chance of getting a dea
When I founded The Air Charter Guide in 1985, almost all charter companies expressed prices in dollars and cents per statute mile to the destination, with the operator's cost to return included. Operators found it easy to present prices that way. And passengers could look at any map, see the distance to their destination and calculate the cost.
June 1, 2007
-Warren Buffett, in his typically folksy annual letter to stockholders of Berkshire Hathaway, which owns NetJets
June 1, 2007
Once upon a time, "Go west, young man!" was good advice for opportunity seekers. These days, though, you might be better off headed in the opposite direction. Here's what you need to know to fly into some fast-growing Eastern and Southern European nations.
April 1, 2007
-Canadian businessman Al Kroontje, on his first flight in his Sierra Stallion, a converted Citation 501SP with enhanced range and speed.
April 1, 2007
Do you have a favorite in-flight meal or caterer you’d like to see featured h
The dish: Jumbo prawns hand-rubbed in a selection of dried chilis and served with mangoes, tomatoes, cucumbers and cotilla cheese with choice of dressing. The caterer: In Flight Services, Phoenix, (866) 844-2300.
April 1, 2007
Active body control gives this big, two-and-a-half-ton sedan the agility of a
Students of scoops, badges and other muscularity enhancement on cars will recognize the Mercedes S65 AMG as the most powerful production sedan on the planet.* For the majority of those who give it a passing glance, however, it will probably register as nothing more than a big, solid imported sedan. And that is all well and good.
April 1, 2007
From June 11 to 17, the Oakmont [Pa.] Country Club will host the U.S. Open, one of golf's premier events, for the eighth time.

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““It’s not so much a frenzy as it was before, but in the long term it’s going in the right direction.” ”

-Carey Matthews, general manager of Shanghai Hawker Pacific Business Aviation Service Centre at Hongqiao International Airport, on the business aviation market in China.