Business Jet Traveler

June 12, 2016
Three Chinese orphans from remote cities were the first to benefit from Angel Jet Network’s free flights using donated private jets.
Angel Jet Network (AJN), a Hong Kong-based charity providing transportation to medical care for underprivileged patients across the Asia-Pacific region, made its first flights last September. The flights carried orphans from the Chunhui Children’s Foundation to Chinese hospitals, where they were due to have major surgery.
June 5, 2016
Bombardier's Challenger 850
You’ve long been able to obtain ultra-large-cabin comfort for around $10 million by converting a used regional commuter jet into a first-class executive aircraft. That has seemed like a hard-to-beat bargain for business jet travelers who crave roomy cabins—until now.
June 5, 2016
Super yacht
It’s a famous island in the Atlantic Ocean that’s the perfect outdoor summer playground—secluded yet accessible. Its 21 square miles boast more golf courses per mile than anywhere else in the world. This enchanting destination has hosted the PGA Grand Slam of Golf, exciting equestrian matches, and a prestigious yacht race from Newport, Rhode Island.
May 22, 2016
PHOTO: FOTOLIA
I once referred to New York’s LaGuardia Airport as aviation’s equivalent of the Black Hole of Calcutta, but several readers objected, on the ground that the comparison was unfair to the Black Hole.
May 22, 2016
BJT 5th Annual Book of Lists.
Welcome to BJT’s fifth annual Book of Lists, a treasure trove of useful, funny, entertaining, and occasionally amazing information and trivia.  See the Photo Gallery below for a glimpse at some of the people, places, and items featured in this year’s Book of Lists.
May 22, 2016
EvoLux founder Ray Leavitt says he wants to make it easier for you to book a helicopter seat. He has created computerized platforms that let you either reserve the entire helicopter or open up a helicopter you’ve booked to friends or the general public to cut your costs. Leavitt claims to have 200 helicopters enrolled in the system in major metropolitan areas, including New York, Chicago, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Las Vegas, and Miami. His goal is to get enough helicopters and passengers in the sky to bring down the cost for both.
May 17, 2016
Gulfstream G650
Gulfstream’s long-range, large-cabin jets, which set the standard for value retention in a size category that long defied the broader market’s slack demand, are now joining the group’s descent.
May 16, 2016
Taylor Guitars' Kurt Listug with the company's productivity-enhancing Gulfstream G450. PHOTO: JEFF BERLIN
Discussing ethical use of business jets with Taylor Guitars cofounders Kurt Listug and Bob Taylor for this issue’s cover story was refreshing. These are guys who really get it.
May 16, 2016
Tony Robbins and his Bombardier Global Express XRS.
Tony Robbins needs to perform at his peak when he’s leading seminars for thousands of people, which he does regularly all over the world. To help make this possible, the life and business strategist has been flying privately for over two decades. 
May 13, 2016
New York Fire Department deputy chief Joseph Curry  at the World Trade Center. PHOTO: PRESTON KERES
BJT readers—who represent one of the highest-net-worth magazine audiences anywhere—clearly have the means to contribute to a better world. To help you do that, we’re spotlighting deserving organizations in every issue.

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“It doesn’t sound like much but those extra hours [saved by flying privately] make my life 10 times more efficient. ”

-life and business strategist Tony Robbins