Business Jet Traveler

December 1, 2006
The Middle East Business Aviation conference and exhibition, scheduled for January 31 and February 1 in Dubai, is shaping up well, according to organizers.
December 1, 2006
Is fractional ownership right for you? Or would a jet-card program, a block-charter card program, on-demand charter or maybe even whole-aircraft ownership better suit your needs?
December 1, 2006
Business aviation, long exempt from the government security rules applied to airlines, will begin finding things different, and perhaps more onerous, at certain European airports.
December 1, 2006
I said, “I’m gonna get me a private jet. If I had my own airplane, I’d be out
The quintessential self-made man, Michael Harrah launched his career with nothing but competitive zeal and a carpenter's toolkit. About 35 years later, he is the sole owner of Caribou Industries, which has built and managed restaurants, high-rise offices, hotels, golf courses, shopping malls, convention centers and other properties throughout the western U.S.
December 1, 2006
A clear understanding of the partnership between aircraft owner and managemen
Chartering out your jet when you don't need it can seem like a no-lose proposition. It's certainly not earning you any money sitting in a hangar. On the contrary. So why not put it to work to help defray your ownership costs? You may well want to do just that, but not before you've carefully weighed the pros and cons.
December 1, 2006
As part of its certification trials, the 7X underwent contaminated-runway tes
The Falcon 7X trijet, which Dassault announced back in 2001, appears ready to fly into the spotlight. Certification seems likely before the end of 2006 and more than 40 of the $39.2 million long-range 12- to 14-seat models are already in production.
December 1, 2006
Challenger 604
After a two-year buying spree, business jet sales in 2006 reverted to a more typical cyclical pattern. Overall, sales remained strong, but the year was characterized by ups and downs. We witnessed a lackluster first quarter, followed by a buoyant second quarter and a summer slowdown.
December 1, 2006
In the late afternoon of Friday, September 29, an airliner and a business jet-both at 37,000 feet and approaching each other at a combined closing speed of some 1,000 mph-collided over Brazil. Tragically, the pilots of the airliner, a Boeing 737-800, were unable to keep it flying after the collision because of damage to the leading edge of the airplane's left wing.
December 1, 2006
Hawker 4000
Calling it "the most advanced super-midsize jet in the world today," Raytheon chairman and CEO Jim Schuster announced last month the certification of the Wichita, Kan. manufacturer's Hawker 4000, some 10 years after the model was announced. It features a 72-inch-high, 77-inch-wide flat-floor cabin and an aft baggage compartment that allows in-flight access.
December 1, 2006
Best Jets refurbishes Learjet 24s and 25s and modifies their engines in a way
an't wait for that new jet with the far-off delivery date? For less than the cost of most new models, you can purchase a previously owned Learjet with a comfortable new interior, fresh paint, long-lasting powerful engines and outstanding performance. There is at least one drawback-higher fuel consumption.

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“You want to make sure with a race in which you'll be flying home with other drivers that you don't crash into them. It's happened before, and it can make for a little bit of a tense situation.”