Business Jet Traveler

February 1, 2008
As lateral G forces build in a turn, the car tenses its muscles for some surp
Of all the cars that say "poverty does not become me," the soft-top Roller is among the more eloquent.
February 1, 2008
Adam Aircraft of Englewood, Colo., successfully completed initial environmental testing of its A700 very light jet at the McKinley Climatic Laboratory at Eglin AFB in Florida.
February 1, 2008
There is a wealth of meaning to be found in volume, tone of voice, timing and
Digital text messaging might be the preferred communications medium of the future, but when it comes to air traffic control (ATC), pilots and their counterparts on the ground still need a live human voice at the other end of the earphones. Texting may be fine for many forms of messages aloft, and in fact, it has been widely used for years by airlines and many business-jet operators.
February 1, 2008
The first stone of taxation has been dropped into the lake of fractional ownership and the ripples are likely to spread. Last August, Senate Bill (SB) 87 was signed into law in California, creating a system for assessing property tax on fractionally owned aircraft for the first time in the U.S.
February 1, 2008
Dassault Aviation announced last year at the National Business Aviation Association Convention that it has launched the development of a super-midsize Falcon business jet, code-named SMS (for super-midsize). The aircraft will have fly-by-wire flight controls, an advanced glass cockpit and new Rolls-Royce engines in the 10,000-pound-thrust range.
December 1, 2007
About 14,000 new business aircraft valued at $233 billion will be delivered from 2007 through 2017, predicted Honeywell, the engine and avionics specialist, in its latest annual forecast. That's decidedly more optimistic than the firm's 2006 forecast, which predicted deliveries valued at $195 billion from 2006 through 2016.
December 1, 2007
The wide-cabin Challenger 605 updates a venerable member of Bombardier’s flee
A venerable member of Bombardier's business jet stable has been made over. The manufacturer has replaced the wide-cabin Challenger 604 with the $27.38 million (typically equipped) Challenger 605.
December 1, 2007
Zurich-based ExecuJet Europe has launched a "personal concierge" service for owners of business jets it manages. The service-designed to handle all travel needs with a "one call does it all" approach-makes available as many as four dedicated dispatchers who can supply 24/7 support.
December 1, 2007
Preowned Aircraft Annual Report 2007
Like sharks hunting for fresh blood, business jet buyers in 2007 used brokers as sonar to zero in on their hard-to-find prey. Then, early in the acquisition process, some customers tended to over-negotiate, not fully grasping how rapidly the market was changing. Consequently, they let their quarry slip away and once again found themselves swimming against the current.
December 1, 2007
Learjet 35A
Since 1963, when William Lear's Model 23 Lear Jet had its first flight, manufacturers have turned out thousands of business jets. Most of them are still flying. They give the lie to many business, accounting and tax assumptions concerning the useful life of business jets.

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“Our company’s accomplishments working on the leading edge, and my usefulness, would be far less were it not for business aviation. ”

-Kohler Company CEO Herb Kohler