What Is An Empty Leg?

Date:
June 24th, 2016

We explain what a private jet empty leg is, how to get one and what to look out for when booking one.

The 5 Hottest European Destinations This Summer

Date:
June 21st, 2016

If you’re looking to escape this summer, we’ve gathered our most popular private jet hot spots in Europe – where most of our clients are flying to this year.

What Causes Turbulence?

Date:
June 20th, 2016

While turbulence can feel quite terrifying during a flight – is there really anything to worry about?

Why The Future of Aviation Is Vertical

Date:
June 16th, 2016

What do you get when you cross a plane with a helicopter? The VTOL aircraft which takes potential time saving travel to a new level, by avoiding runways entirely.

How To Book A Private Plane Online In 3 Easy Steps

Date:
June 13th, 2016

Gone are the days of long and complicated private plane booking processes. Today, renting a private jet is just as easy as any other online purchase.

Aircraft Wings & Wedding Rings: 5 Ways To Incorporate Private Jets In Your Wedding

Date:
June 7th, 2016

From the proposal to the wedding day to the honeymoon – how to charter a private jet to make your wedding extra special.

29% Of Private Jet Customers Fly Within 24 Hours Of Booking

Date:
June 6th, 2016

Many are often surprised by the short lead times in regards to private jet travel.

Forget Doors: Embraer Replaces Doors With Wrap-Around Sunroof

Date:
June 2nd, 2016

Embraer releases new design for its Lineage 1000 that features a wrap-around sunroof for the private jet.

First Class vs Private Jet

Date:
May 23rd, 2016

When looking for a high quality flying experience, it comes down to two options: booking a first class seat on a commercial flight or renting a private jet. You may think that private jet travel is only for the rich and famous – but in reality, private jet travel isn’t as out of reach as you may think.

Aviation Graveyards: Where Do Retired Aircraft Go?

Date:
May 18th, 2016

What happens to aircraft when they retire? Arizona, California and New Mexico are home to hundreds of retired aviation “boneyards”.