Business Jet Traveler » August 2009

September 1, 2009
France-based Dassault is working to have ready for entry into service in 2020 technologies that would reduce fuel consumption by 40 percent compared with fuel burn from current-production Falcons. Among other things, Dassault is considering an all-electric system architecture-eliminating pneumatic and hydraulic systems-that uses smaller power generators.
September 1, 2009
Sertig, a hamlet near Davos. In the backround are Mt. Plattenfluh and Mt. Hoc
Switzerland is a paradox. It features breathtakingly pristine mountain, glacier and lake scenery alongside splendidly engineered craftsmanship, as evidenced by its watchmakers and prompt trains. A microcosm of Europe, it includes regions where you'll hear the languages of Germany, France and Italy, and discover the food, architecture and lifestyles of all those countries.
September 1, 2009
JetSuite is acting as a broker for Phenom 100 flights operated by Solana Beach, Calif.-based Air by Jet. Air by Jet is the second operator to begin using Embraer's Phenom 100 for charter; Kansas City-based Executive AirShare made the first Phenom 100 charter flight in April. JetSuite has ordered 50 Phenom 100s and has options on 50 more. It plans to take delivery of seven this year.

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“ While it may be tempting to use broad generalizations about the way business aircraft are most often used in America today, let’s not neglect the importance of business aviation as a crucial competitive asset to companies, an economic driver and lifeline to communities large and small. ”

-Ed Bolen, President of the National Business Aviation Association