Business Jet Traveler » August 2009

September 1, 2009
Some parts must be periodically replaced, regardless of the number of times t
It's understandable that no equivalent to your local auto-parts store exists for business jets. Aircraft maintenance records must be documented scrupulously, and the pedigree of every nut, bolt and washer has to be recorded for possible FAA review. So, when it comes time to replace a fuel pump or engine mount-or even a tire-it makes a difference where the part comes from.
September 1, 2009
I decided to post news updates from this year's Paris Air Show using the microblogging site Twitter, just as an experiment in online social networking.
September 1, 2009
Aerion reports that it is close to picking a manufacturing partner to lead development and production of its supersonic business jet. According to the Reno, Nev. company, it will then work with the manufacturer to confirm the Mach 1.6 jet's performance, costs and market. Aerion anticipates that the $80 million jet could be certified by late 2015.

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““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