Business Jet Traveler » August 2010

August 1, 2010
A handful of operators own their fleets and can set whatever prices they want
Say for a moment that you own an aircraft rather than simply fly on those you charter. Given the direct operating costs and all the other expenses of ownership, how much would you charge a stranger to use your airplane?
August 1, 2010
Opportunities to mitigate IRS or SEC difficulties by paying for non-business
One of the biggest challenges posed by FAA regulations is how to pay for a flight on a non-commercial aircraft.
August 1, 2010
Some Coloradans have spent years equipping themselves and pursuing elk on the
Wilderness hunting for big game is always exciting. When the prey is North American wapiti or elk, the experience is nothing short of exhilarating. 
August 1, 2010
"When I was telling people that I joined Piaggio," said John Bingham, "they would say, 'I didn't realize that you had gone to work in motor scooters.' I quickly understood that we needed to do something about the name of the company. So that is why we branded it 'Piaggio Aero.'"
August 1, 2010
Any trip can be more efficient at slower speeds, which also result in less we
Flying in business aircraft, whether small or large, is an expensive proposition. But a variety of methods can help you keep costs to a minimum while maximizing safety and efficiency. 
August 1, 2010
If you’re unsure, ask flight attendants about the safety training they’ve rec
How would you respond to an in-flight emergency? If your answer involves seeking help from flight attendants, that's not surprising. Passengers typically consider them to be the cabin safety go-to people.
August 1, 2010
Beatles producer George Martin built studios on Montserrat for stars like Pau
Mention a visit to Montserrat and you can expect quizzical expressions. Spanish mountain? Massachusetts college? West Indies island? 

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“You want to make sure with a race in which you'll be flying home with other drivers that you don't crash into them. It's happened before, and it can make for a little bit of a tense situation.”