Exciting Changes at BJT

At BJT, we pride ourselves on never standing still.

At BJT, we pride ourselves on never standing still. We have constantly evolved over the past 15 years by modernizing our pages, adding features and columns, and continually upgrading our website—always with the goal of maximizing your investment in private air travel.

We have particularly big plans for 2019. For the first time, we’ll be offering a large amount of exclusive web content. We’ll also be increasing the frequency of our online newsletter, BJT Waypoints, which will be published twice per week, on Tuesdays and Thursdays, starting in January. (Receive it for free here.)

The print magazine, meanwhile, will deliver more pages and features per issue and will be published quarterly, with a special must-read section in each edition: charter, jet cards, fractional shares, and membership clubs (spring), buyers’ guide (summer), cabin interiors and electronics (fall), and new aircraft (winter). Of course, we’ll also continue to offer such annual specials as the BJT Book of Lists and Readers’ Choice Survey, as well as all of our award-­winning aircraft reviews and columnists.

Speaking of award winning, we are proud to announce that for the first time, we have a winner in the prestigious Folio: Ozzies design competition, for Best Feature Design in a Consumer Magazine, for art director John Manfredo’s layout of “Paul Stanley” (April/May 2018). In Folio:’s companion Eddies editorial competition, we received honorable mentions for Best Full Issue of a Consumer Travel Magazine (for April/May 2018) and Best Single Article in a Consumer Travel Magazine (for Lauren Fitzpatrick’s “On Top of the World in Tasmania,” August/September 2017).

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This year’s Folio: contests attracted more than 2,500 entries, which a panel of more than 300 judges narrowed to about 800 finalists, from which the winners and honorable mentions were selected. Note that for the feature-design award, we competed with all consumer magazines in our circulation category, not just travel magazines.

These latest honors bring the total number of editorial awards won by Business Jet Traveler to 71.

Best wishes from all of us at BJT for the holiday season and the year ahead. We look forward to serving you in 2019, with bjtonline.com, BJT Waypoints, and—coming to your mailbox around the beginning of March—the first expanded quarterly edition of this print publication.