You don’t find many airplanes that still count among best in class after four decades in the marketplace.
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September 23, 2014
June 6, 2014
Step right up and take advantage of the four-engine fire sale.
April 8, 2014
Here's why the model sold poorly—and why you might want to buy it.
March 5, 2014
I remember when I first saw a Boeing 757: While boarding one in 1983. I was struck by the highly cambered wings; the tall landing gear; the nose, which recalled a Lockheed Constellation; and the pair of big, high-ratio bypass engines, which seemed to produce a gentle hum as opposed to a whine. This was elegance and efficiency in motion mated to a comfortable cabin with plenty of headroom.
February 24, 2014
Gas up and go—far—in this rugged, speedy model.
October 4, 2013
It’s a capable machine that deserved to do better in the marketplace.
September 25, 2013
Hush kits quiet the critics, while other upgrades add the latest bells and whistles. In this age of $7-a-gallon Jet A fuel, what would you call someone who buys a 12-passenger airplane that burns more than 550 gallons an hour? Crazy? Masochistic? How about...smart?
June 28, 2013
If you’re shopping for an aircraft, paying attention to residual-value projections could save you a small fortune.
May 15, 2013
More than a decade ago, I was standing on a ramp at a California airport with an investment banker and his Dassault Falcon 900. Between incessant taps on his Blackberry, he was discussing the airplane and how he used it.
March 18, 2013
When it comes to power, performance and comfort in a used super-midsize, Bombardier’s Challenger 300 stands alone. Not that there hasn’t been competition.
“"Not everything can fly. We will not install a swimming pool or a fireplace. That is not possible."”
-Walter Heerdt of Lufthansa Technik
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