Airports get ready for Davos influx

Date:
January 5th, 2017

The World Economic Forum takes place later this month, from January 17-20 2017, in Davos, Switzerland. Private jet charter to Davos. Given participants arrive from over 100 different countries, this is always a major demand peak for…

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Meet the SportJet

Date:
July 19th, 2016

Sport today is more of a science than an art. And today’s professional sportsperson has more demands on their body and schedule than ever before. So travel arrangements for individuals, and especially for larger teams, can prove challenging. When flying to…

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How sport drives demand in business aviation

Date:
July 7th, 2016

Business aviation is used as an efficiency tool across a large number of industries, but the sports industry is one that stands out as a key driver for flight demand. This demand comes from sports…

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London City sees steep valuation climb to £2bn

Date:
February 29th, 2016

London City Airport‘s £2bn sale announced last week, marks another point on an upward valuation climb that mirrors the airport’s steep approach of 5.5 degrees, versus the usual 3. The airport has changed hands a few times…

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3 one-day trips, by private aviation

Date:
February 10th, 2016

Overnight stays on short trips are often required due to airline schedules and airport waiting times. But the bespoke scheduling and fast turnaround of private aviation allows business travellers to make the most of a full…

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London reigns as Europe’s private jet capital

Date:
February 2nd, 2016

Our recent infographic showed that London was the busiest European city for private jet travel in 2015. Market conditions were still challenging, but London was Europe’s private jet success story last year. With its top…

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Aircraft & Air Race Winners Of BGAD 2015

Date:
September 16th, 2015

A roundup of highlights from BGAD 2015, including aircraft and PrivateFly air race winners.

Exclusive interview: CEO of TAG Farnborough Airport

Date:
August 18th, 2015

To understand better how FBOs work and the challenges they are facing in a daily basis, we asked a few questions to Brandon O’Reilly, CEO of TAG Farnborough Airport.

Private charter options in & out of Belgium

Date:
May 27th, 2015

Belgium airspace is closed today and all flights suspended due to a power cut. Belgocontrol, the Belgian air traffic control agency, says the power failure is due to an overvoltage. No aircraft are allowed to…

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Five flights we flew this week

Date:
May 7th, 2015

No flight is ever the same – even if the route might be. Private aviation is the ultimate in bespoke travel, so we design the details to fit around the customer. That’s one of the…

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