Business Jet Traveler

October 24, 2015
Flowriding at Westin Kierland (PHOTO: KIM ROSENLOF)
As interest in endurance events continues to grow among high-end travelers, many resorts are expanding their wellness programs to provide professional coaching in running, swimming, triathlon and other forms of fitness.
October 24, 2015
Photo: Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce
Heading for the Rockies this winter for a deep-powder skiing adventure? Consider the Tetons in Wyoming, with their 500 inches of dry, pristine powder and breathtaking alpenglow sunrises and sunsets.
October 24, 2015
Illustration by John T. Lewis
It’s no secret that the FAA and IRS approaches to business aviation differ in important ways. This cleavage is especially evident in their respective treatment of related or affiliated groups of companies.
October 15, 2015
It really doesn’t take much to keep a crew happy...the bottom line is that your crew wants to know that you take their jobs seriously. (Photo: Fotolia)
Keep them happy and they’ll keep you happy. Here are seven tips.
October 14, 2015
Range Rover  four-door convertible
Do you love the wind-in-your-hair ride of convertibles but lust after a car that’s sold just as a hardtop? Until lately, your only options were to forget about the convertible or forget about the car.
October 12, 2015
Jet held up in maintenance (Photo: Fotolia)
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
Global 7000 in flight
Bombardier announced its Global 7000 and 8000 long-range business jets in 2010, an apparent response to Gulfstream’s G650.
October 11, 2015
Angel investing—buying stakes in newborn companies—can produce substantial returns, but you’ll have to take on considerable risk to have a shot at those profits.
October 11, 2015
Florida’s Sailfish Point Golf Club
Florida’s Sailfish Point Golf Club combines the remoteness of a barrier island with the proximity of a comfortable neighborhood hangout.
October 2, 2015
Illustration of jet with passengers.
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.




““The charter industry needs to become much more efficient…We need to take a page from the airlines’ code-sharing agreements…Part 135 charter [operators] could review each other’s schedules, use each other’s airplanes.” ”