Business Jet Traveler » December 2007

December 1, 2007
The Securities and Exchange Commission issued an order suspending the trading of shares of online charter broker Connect- A-Jet from October 1 to 12 because of alleged "deceptive practices." Trading resumed after Connect-A-Jet filed Form 15c2-11 to reinstate the quoting of its stock with the SEC, but the commission won't comment on whether the firm remains under investigation.
December 1, 2007
Minneapolis-St. Paul International
The collapse of the I-35 freeway bridge last August thrust Minnesota into the national spotlight and highlighted the logistical challenges of navigating the Minneapolis-St. Paul metroplex. A serpentine network of rivers and lakes divides the area, which is home to 3.5 million people.
December 1, 2007
High-style Wheelies: Why shouldn't your bike rides be as luxurious as your jet travel?
December 1, 2007
L'Avion, the first all-business-class French airline, is adding a Saturday flight to its New York-Paris schedule and expects to introduce a second aircraft on December 22. Like its first jet, which launched the service in January 2007, the second will be a Boeing 757-200 equipped to carry 90 passengers, 110 less than in its typical three-class configuration.
December 1, 2007
“In emerging markets like Eastern Europe, Russia, Asia and the Middle East, c
Dreams do come true, and Luis Carlos Affonso is proof. An aeronautical engineer and private pilot, he took over in the spring of 2005 as executive vice president of the newly formed Embraer Executive Aviation division, a position he described as "just where I want to be."
December 1, 2007
Signature Flight Support has opened its newly renovated facility at Le Bourget Airport in Paris. Formerly known as "Le Terminal," the upgraded operation includes passenger lounges with panoramic airport views, separate work and rest areas for crews, a private bar, dedicated concierge service and a private car park.
December 1, 2007
I don't believe in witches. But I think some people high up in the FAA and Department of Transportation do. Maybe even some of the folks in Homeland Security.
December 1, 2007
One pilot described the Bell 206 JetRanger as “bulletproof,” adding, “They ju
Every day, a fleet of more than 600 helicopters transports 10,000 passengers to and from thousands of oil and natural gas rigs and platforms in the Gulf of Mexico. For the better part of the last four decades, one helicopter model has dominated that fleet: the five-seat Bell JetRanger.

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