At Your Doorstep
You may not find a business jet in your driveway in the
next few years, but how far away is the nearest small airport?
If you're like many around the country, the answer is:
fewer than 20 miles.
Boeing, Master of
The name Boeing is, of course, well known to air travelers.
Boeing and Airbus between them dominate commercial aircraft.
Like Its Name
The name Bombardier brings to mind images of WWII pilots
dropping bombs on Europe. Nothing could be further from
reality for this Canadian builder of business jets.
BizJets - Cessna -
Cessna Aircraft company began in 1927. After producing
the first cantilever wing design, they went on to a steady
stream of commercial success driven by innovation.
Biz Jets - Cessna
One of a new breed of VLJ (Very Light Jets), the new Cessna
Mustang is aptly named.
Eclipse, Jetting to
Individuals involved in the aviation business are a terrific
combination of romantic adventurer and practical businessperson.
Private Jets As Flying
The U.S. President and Air Force One may be the most well-known
example of using a jet as a flying office. Nevertheless,
there are thousands of others around the world who find
this an efficient and cost-effective way to do business.
Business Jet - Fractional
Some of the things that have kept business jet use from reaching
its full potential have nothing to do with technology or
Lear, The Gold Standard
The name 'Lear' in business jet aviation rightly brings associations
of innovation, elegance and sheer chutzpah. For, the fact
is, Bill Lear started it all.
Supersonic, The Future
of Business Jets
It's been several years now since the Concorde ceased making
flights between New York and London or Paris. But the demand
for rapid long-range travel has never cooled.
The History of Business
The waning years of WWII saw the introduction of the first
jet fighter planes. Though the popular image is that Germany
was the first to develop them, British pioneer Frank Whittle
had drawing board designs of a jet plane as early as the
What's Happening With
Air travelers, whether they know it or not, are used to flying
in aircraft that are often 30 years old or older. Many commercial
jets in use were manufactured in that era.