A new report by the International Council on Clean Transportation (ICCT) raises questions on the viability of supersonic aircraft for commercial airline service. While the prime objective of the report was to compare the environmental impact of supersonic flights compared […]
Singapore’s second civilian airport, Seletar Airport, will get a new terminal building with enhanced facilities for scheduled service and private jet passengers.
ViaSat has announced a new $73 Million contract with the United States Defense Information Systems Agency (DISA) to provide in-flight internet service on U.S. Government VC-25s (AirForce 1), C-17s, C-32s, C-37s, C-40s and the complete range of VIP and special air mission aircraft.
For Masters of the Universe who need their own private A350 XWB to get wherever it is they need to be in maximum comfort, Airbus has released new cabin lay-out proposals which are sure to please.
The airframe manufacturer launched its ACJ350 XWB during EBACE (European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition) this past month, as the ideal flying castle for the Master of the Universe who literally has everything already—except his own private A350 XWB. (We’re just assuming you’re a gentleman, but if you’re a lady more power to you!)
The new Quiet Supersonic Technology (QueSST) passenger jet which NASA will design and develop will have a “heart beat” instead of a big boom. With a “low boom” design specification, the QueSST jet, will be quieter and more environmentally friendly […]
Larger cabins, more comfort are the key focus of Airbus’ new ACJ319 Private Jets featured at the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) show in Orlando this year. For business passengers traveling on their own private jets, or on VVIP chartered […]
Honeywell Aerospace technology is at the core of Gulfstream Aerospace Corporation’s new G500 and G600 aircraft, unveiled today. And Qatar Airways has committed to buy up to 20 of the beauties. These aircraft will be the first to feature Honeywell’s new touchscreen […]