October 2, 2016
Orbis has helped hundreds of thousands of people, many of whom are children. PHOTO: ORBIS
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 one -deserving organization per issue.
September 15, 2016
Matalin with English at the BJT photo shoot. PHOTO: ESSDRAS M. SUAREZ
Who better than Mary Matalin and James Carville to grace the October/November cover of this magazine? The political power couple—and longtime business jet fans—are the perfect duo to comment on the unprecedented craziness surrounding this year’s U.S. presidential election (see interviews).
May 6, 2016
Tony Robbins talks with Jennifer Leach English aboard his new jet. Photo: Cy Cyr
Tony Robbins first appeared on our radar screen several years ago, when we heard about his extensive use of charter and love of private flight. Recently, we learned that he had made the leap to full ownership by purchasing a preowned ultra-long-range, large-cabin Bombardier Global Express XRS through The Jet Business in London.
March 8, 2016
Jennifer Leach English (center) with BJT’s onsite logistics manager Philip Scarano and associate publisher Nancy O’Brien at the NBAA Regional Forum in West Palm Beach.
You’d be hard-pressed to find a company that appreciates the value of private lift more than Taylor Guitars. Kurt Listug and Bob Taylor started the business in 1974 by making and selling one instrument at a time while living on tight budgets, but as sales took off, so did they: they began to use charter flights to visit customers and suppliers and later purchased a Hawker 850XP. Last year—with their annual revenues exceeding $100 million—they moved up to a Gulfstream G450, which they now fly more than 400 hours annually.
February 28, 2016
Jennifer Leach English
“Request for Christmas flight home for fallen airman’s wife, child, and sister.”
November 29, 2015
Illustration: Fotolia
Thousands of Business Jet Traveler’s subscribers are CEOs or in other senior positions at corporations, nonprofits and political organizations that deal with the public. If you’re in such a role, perhaps you’d be interested in some of the reasons why at least one member of that public (aka me) is running low on Excedrin.
November 12, 2015
Jennifer Leach English (Photo: Ian Whelan)
John Paul DeJoria is as well known for his philanthropy as he is for selling shampoo. In his BJT interview with Cynthia Bowman (see page 14), the cofounder of the Paul Mitchell hair-care-products line tells a moving story about his mother teaching him and his brother early on that “success unshared is failure.” DeJoria learned the lesson well and today works with many charitable organizations, including his own JP’s Peace, Love and Happiness Foundation.
September 16, 2015
Jennifer Leach English (Photo: Michael S. Barr)
Bob Pittman, who runs America’s largest radio network, told me during our interview for this issue that he actually demands mistakes in the workplace. I believe him.
August 13, 2015
Richard Branson opening spread
BJT has won more editorial awards, bringing our total since 2005 to 32.
July 27, 2015
people on static
I’m delighted to report that this issue introduces two new columnists to Business Jet Traveler. You’re probably already familiar with Joe Sharkey, a BJT contributor since 2005, whose New York Times business travel column has reached millions of readers every week for the past 16 years. Joe was on assignment for us in 2006 when the Embraer Legacy 600 he was riding on collided with a Brazilian airliner and had to make an emergency landing in the Amazon. (Read his harrowing account of the accident here.) Joe’s first bimonthly column for BJT concerns the end of the Mad Men era and the beginning of the business jet age.


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