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Whether you’re a frequent globetrotter or are looking forward to your yearly family getaway, there’s nothing like the excitement of traveling to a new (or beloved) location.
For many of us, leisure time is hard to come by. And once the holidays roll around, you probably can’t wait to turn off your blackberry and laptop and pack your bags for a relaxing winter getaway.
Though most Americans associate November with football and Thanksgiving, there’s plenty of events around the world that promise to put a new twist on your typical November routine.
One of the major advantages of flying private is the access you get to exclusive destinations that can’t be reached by commercial air.
October means the leaves are falling and the air is turning crisp. But there’s still plenty of time to plan a trip with the family or a weekend getaway before the last leaf hits the ground and snow settles in.
“Turboprops”, or jet engine-powered propeller planes, are the backbone of the business aviation fleet across the globe.
Although private charter flying has been available for decades, air travel has become much more sophisticated in recent years with the maturation of private jet companies and the industry overall. On one hand, the need for people to avoid endless airport queues and aggravating commercial airline terminal security procedures has paved the way to a simpler way of flying — …
From how to pack to what to wear, here are 5 things you need to know about private jet etiquette before flying private for the first time.
Have you ever wondered who’s boarding the small business jets you see at smaller general aviation airports? Who ends up in these seats, and where are they flying?