Every year, the business aviation industry sets a series of expectations based on the results of the prior year. Weeks away from 2020, a series of trends have become sticky talking points for leaders in conferences and media outlets during 2019. A commitment to “go green” is has become a commonly voiced opinion among stakeholders.…

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The Gulfstream G700 is here. The airplane has the tallest, widest, and longest cabin in the industry. It’s not only roomy – it’s fast. The G700 tops out at Mach 0.925 with the ability to fly 7,500 nautical miles at Mach 0.85 or 6,400 nm at Mach 0.90. What’s In the Cabin? The G700 has…

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You’ve may have read on this blog and across other outlets that there is a global pilot shortage. The reason you keep coming across these articles is because it’s a reality, and especially in business aviation. This is a topic worth revisiting and understanding, especially if you’re thinking about starting a career in aviation. Having…

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It’s hard to beat the buzz the original jumbo Boeing 747 generated when it was first announced. The launch of the 747 was the launch of mass tourism across the Atlantic. Many aviation insiders are saying that the latest jets coming off the assembly line may not set themselves about by looks like the early…

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Can aviation follow the path of cars and engineer electric aircraft? It took Elon Musk about a decade to create his best-selling Tesla Model 3 electric car. Now every major carmaker is working on its own electric vehicle. In Seattle, Washington, a company called magniX wants to be a Tesla-like trailblazer for electric aviation. Earlier…

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