Flying

July 20, 2016
ILLUSTRATION: JOHN T. LEWIS
Figuring out how to own and operate a business jet can be frustrating for owners and their professional advisers. In the U.S., they need to pay attention to four principal objectives:
July 10, 2016
PHOTO: CY CYR
Professionals of all stripes, from your physician to the pilots you fly with, undergo regular retraining, buffing their skills and learning new procedures that improve operations.
July 5, 2016
Title Insurance Agent
July 5, 2016
Air-Sur (air-sur.com) (386) 672-8210Ormond Beach, Florida. Contact: Thomas K. Coughlin. AirSure (airsure.com) (303) 526-5300Golden, Colorado. Contact: Bill Behan.
July 5, 2016
Associated Air Center
Completion and Refurbishment Centers
July 5, 2016
Elliott Aviation
Cabin-Electronics Manufactures
July 5, 2016
Gulfstream Aerospace
Aircraft Manufactures
July 5, 2016
1st Source Bank (610) 269-1683Downingtown, Pennsylvania. Contact: Jeffrey Lindstadt. BB&T Equipment Finance (bbt.com) (303) 886-7008Towson, Maryland. Contact: Steve Olson.
July 5, 2016
Piedmont Aircraft
Aircraft Brokers
July 1, 2016
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“If you fly 200 hours a year, you will save 20 business days a year. And that’s not including productivity on the plane. ”

-The Jet Business CEO Steve Varsano