Flying

February 1, 2010
A news story cross-referenced the flight records of corporate jets with regis
Is your jet a business too? Or is it part of the executive compensation package? Among people who never fly privately, probably 99 out of 100 would view it only as the latter. We inside the industry, meanwhile, tend to acknowledge only the former-to a fault.
December 1, 2009
IS this A GOOD TIME to buy a fractional share? Or to sell the one you own? The answer, depending on your situation, could be yes to either question.
December 1, 2009
"Empty legs," the so-called repositioning flights that have no passengers, represent a growing marketplace of bargain charter opportunities, and it's easy to see why. Many charter flights carry only crew because the aircraft is on its way to pick up travelers or going somewhere empty after dropping them off.
December 1, 2009
Since the Wright brothers' first flight, major improvements in safety have resulted primarily from technological advances. The reduction in accidents over time has paralleled improved airplane and wing design and engine-propulsion technology, the introduction of traffic collision avoidance systems, terrain warning indicators and other innovative equipment.
December 1, 2009
AVIATION LEGEND JIMMY DOOLITTLE made the first "blind" landing in September 1929, a little more than 80 years ago. He used an experimental Sperry gyroscope to serve as his artificial horizon and then-revolutionary radio beacons to home in on the runway.
December 1, 2009
Filet mignon is filet mignon, right? Not according to executive chef Salvatore Lano of the Air Culinaire kitchen in South Hackensack, N.J. His Signature Filet is center-cut choice USDA, seasoned and perfectly grilled.
December 1, 2009
AMERICA'S ECONOMIC DOWNTURN has dealt a crippling blow to the fractional-share industry. Rapidly declining used-aircraft prices and fewer flying hours over the past year have forced fractional operators to defer aircraft deliveries, cut staff and explore new ways to keep flying.
December 1, 2009
DETROIT FIGURED THIS OUT a long time ago. Take your basic family sedan, stick a hot motor under the hood and badge it with sporty-sounding initials like RT or SS and voilà: You sell more cars at higher prices.
December 1, 2009
Dassault stopped producing this twin-engine model more than two decades ago, but pilots still love it. it has great range and can climb 6,000 feet per minute.
October 1, 2009
The Dish: Egg Soufflé Had enough of the same old scrambled eggs for breakfast? Consider the egg soufflé from South Florida-based caterer Silver Lining. Executive chefs Andrew Whiteman and James Donato came up with the recipe. They combine shrimp, sautéed mixed vegetables, creamy boursin cheese, a bit of nutty asiago and beaten egg with heavy cream and seasonings.

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