Business Jet Traveler

December 1, 2007
I don't believe in witches. But I think some people high up in the FAA and Department of Transportation do. Maybe even some of the folks in Homeland Security.
December 1, 2007
One pilot described the Bell 206 JetRanger as “bulletproof,” adding, “They ju
Every day, a fleet of more than 600 helicopters transports 10,000 passengers to and from thousands of oil and natural gas rigs and platforms in the Gulf of Mexico. For the better part of the last four decades, one helicopter model has dominated that fleet: the five-seat Bell JetRanger.
December 1, 2007
Signature Flight Support has opened its newly renovated facility at Le Bourget Airport in Paris. Formerly known as "Le Terminal," the upgraded operation includes passenger lounges with panoramic airport views, separate work and rest areas for crews, a private bar, dedicated concierge service and a private car park.
December 1, 2007
In 1873, when Jules Verne wrote his famous novel about a race around the world, completing the journey in 80 days seemed impossible to many. Now, of course, you can make the trip a whole lot faster.
October 1, 2007
When you're sitting in the back of a business jet, you're entrusting the aircraft and its pilots to deliver you safely to your destination. One big reason you can count on them to do that is because Federal Aviation Regulations (FARs) govern your flight.
October 1, 2007
The Air Charter Safety Foundation is working to develop an industry-wide audit standard by the end of this year. Such a standard would free charter operators from the need to undergo audits by each of several competing companies.
October 1, 2007
“We didn’t plan it, but lo and behold, I found we were making money with the
Michael Pascucci wanted to go to Florida. Never mind that he was only 13 and supposed to be in school. He bought an old Ford from a neighbor for $45; taught himself to drive; skipped out of classes in Manhasset, N.Y.; and, along with three friends, headed south.
October 1, 2007
Dubai Aerospace Enterprise (DAE) has announced that it is seeking a buyer for a division of Landmark Aviation called Airport Services Group. The group consists of 33 FBOs, an aircraft sales division, a charter management business, six maintenance shops and six Hawker Beechcraft authorized service centers.
October 1, 2007
Simply put, air charter is the front door for all things at the business aircraft level in general aviation. It precedes fractional ownership. It stimulates full aircraft ownership. The jet card programs couldn't exist without it. And for the manufacturers it represents a free "demo" program for their products.
October 1, 2007
When French airframer EADS Socata unveiled a souped-up version of its venerable TBM 700 single-engine turboprop in 2005, it billed the aircraft as the "anti-very light jet." Indeed, the TBM 850 will carry more payload, fly farther and typically complete a 500-mile trip about as quickly as a twinjet VLJ. It will also burn only about half the fuel and climb like a rocket.

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“You are so motivated to make sure the trip goes smoothly, because you know that the organs of these two kids are now going to save the lives of more than just a handful of other kids.”