The flight-test Gulfstream G500 (dubbed T1) made its first cross-country trip for the 2015 National Business Aviation Association Convention and Exhibition, arriving at Las Vegas Henderson Executive Airport on November 13.
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Gulfstream’s G280 is a super-midsize business jet designed with fuel efficiency and short-runway performance in mind. The aircraft offers a range of 3,600 nautical miles, which gives it transatlantic capability. It can seat up to 10 passengers and provide sleeping accommodations for up to five.
November 2, 2015
October 15, 2015
Keep them happy and they’ll keep you happy. Here are seven tips.
October 12, 2015
A new insurance policy offers owners and operators of charter aircraft protection from loss of income should mechanical issues cancel or terminate flights. Typically the charter customer gets all the sympathy when these events occur, as the broker and/or operator scramble to find a replacement aircraft. But if you’re the owner or operator of the grounded airplane, the cancelled flight could cost you thousands of dollars.
October 11, 2015
Bombardier announced its Global 7000 and 8000 long-range business jets in 2010, an apparent response to Gulfstream’s G650.
October 2, 2015
Turns out the group were just six miles up when three of their members wrote their 1966 hit “Eight Miles High.” Here’s why the song title lifted them higher.
September 30, 2015
Big cabin, great short-runway performance and long legs. This has been the winning formula for Dassault’s Falcon 900 series for nearly 30 years through multiple upgraded iterations, the latest of which is the $43.3 million 900LX.
September 27, 2015
You don’t need a weatherman to know which way the wind blows, and you don’t need a mind reader to know how miserable people are on commercial flights these days. “Oh my God! Please, I don’t even want to think about it,” says The Amazing Kreskin, a performer who is in fact described as a mind reader, when asked about airline travel.
September 1, 2015
Charter operators, in concert with catering companies and select restaurants, are enhancing their food service to distinguish themselves in a competitive marketplace and meet customers’ growing expectations. “We see catering not as an additional cost someone will have to pay, but as another way we can encapsulate our brand and positively affect the customer experience,” says Ian Moore, chief commercial officer at VistaJet, an international charter service that operates Bombardier Challenger and Global jets. VistaJet recently announced that customers who sign up for at least 100 flight hours annually for three years will receive gourmet meals from leading restaurants at no extra charge.
““Ride-sharing, in the old days, was everyone hopping in the VW bus to see [the Grateful Dead’s] Jerry [Garcia]. Now it’s about getting a seat on a King Air 350i.” Source: New York Times ”
-Kenny Dichter, CEO of private jet company Wheels Up
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