Business Jet Traveler

August 1, 2008
Very light jets, commonly known as VLJs, were supposed to change the way we fly.
August 1, 2008
Landmark Aviation has added Jimsair Aviation Services to its FBO network, giving it a total of 42 facilities in the U.S., Canada and Western Europe. The deal also included an air charter service formerly operated by Jimsair, as well as Lindy Premier Inflight Catering, located on the FBO premises and also previously under Jimsair management.
August 1, 2008
Some owners want to change the registration "numbers" (which include letters) on an
August 1, 2008
Entrepreneur Tony Fox hefts a copy of Sam Williams’ revolutionary WR19-3 turb
VLJ technology centers on a new generation of engines and avionics that can give little jets very big jet capability and good fuel economy at reduced weights. At 400 mph at 41,000 feet, a typical twin-engine VLJ burns less than 100 gallons per hour. Fully loaded, all of these airplanes weigh less, sometimes a lot less, than 10,000 pounds.
August 1, 2008
Britain's all-business-class carrier Silverjet ceased operations in May, becoming the third such airline to collapse within six months. MAXjet launched service in November 2005 and ceased operations in December 2007. Eos, which began service a month before MAXjet, lased just four months longer, filing for bankruptcy in April 2008.
August 1, 2008
Senator McCain’s Boeing 737 (top) has been configured to  recall his old camp
Back before the Iowa primary, Senators Barack Obama and John McCain spent lots of time rolling around that state on campaign buses. But with the clock ticking toward election day and much bigger terrain to cover, both candidates have long since turned mostly to business jet travel.
August 1, 2008
The FAA has provided grant money to fund a hotline-(888) 759-3581-where charter operators can report "suspected illegal commercial activity." The National Air Transportation Association will administer the program.
June 23, 2008
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June 20, 2008
Do you have a favorite in-flight meal or caterer you’d like to see featured h
The Dish: Roasted farm-fresh New England veal tenderloin coated in a crust of puree of fennel, garlic and sage. The veal is centered with steamed Maine lobster served with cognac butter.
June 1, 2008
Just a few years ago, the term "FBO" would have drawn blank stares throughout most of Asia. Today, the region is savvier about general aviation and more focused on making itself hospitable for private aircraft. Still, travelers should not expect Western-style infrastructure or support.

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“If you fly 200 hours a year, you will save 20 business days a year. And that’s not including productivity on the plane. ”

-The Jet Business CEO Steve Varsano