A major upgrade for BJTonline.com

Revamping a website, particularly a data-rich one like BJTonline.com, is not a job for the faint of heart. Our development team have spent the better part of a year on this project, and we think their patience, dedication, and attention to detail have produced an online home for the magazine that’s far more attractive and useful than its predecessor. A searchable aircraft guide now makes it much easier to learn about and compare models; and the responsive, easy-to-navigate site features beautiful photography and a fresh, streamlined design. We hope you like it as much as we do. 

We also hope you’ll stay tuned for more, because several major enhancements to the site are yet to come. For example, we’ll be debuting an improved, regularly updated online version of our Buyers’ Guide’s Yellow Pages directory, with listings of everything from charter companies, insurers, and completion centers to caterers, cabin-electronics manufacturers, and aircraft brokers.

Speaking of those brokers, be sure to check out Ready for Takeoff. This new recurring department will spotlight noteworthy aircraft that are available at press time from the world’s top brokers. In each edition of the magazine, we’ll highlight a different category of business aircraft, starting with this issue’s look at midsize and super-midsize jets.

P.S. Congratulations to Margie Goldsmith, recipient of a silver award from the North American Travel Journalist Association for “Georgia on My Mind,” which appeared in our February/March 2016 issue. This honor marks the 48th editorial award won by Business Jet Traveler and its contributors since 2005.