Celebrating International Civil Aviation Day
14 November 2018 by Claire EllisInternational Civil Aviation Day aims to highlight the positive impact of international civil aviation on the social and economic development of International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) members. We take a closer look.
The past, present and future of onboard connectivity
13 November 2018 by Claire EllisIf you’re one of those busy people who somehow manages to fit 30 hours of living into every 24, then you’ll appreciate that being out of touch with emails, cell phone calls and internet browsing for hours at a time while flying can be a serious setback. Thankfully, this might be something of the past.
From intercontinental travel to modern workhorse: the changing role of the seaplane
8 November 2018 by Claire EllisFrom luxurious intercontinental travel to the modern workhorse it is today, the hardworking seaplane has stayed right out front of aviation innovation and just might revolutionize the future of air travel. Want to find out how? Read more in this article.
Fastest private jets in the world
8 November 2018 by Claire EllisThe never-ending demand for quicker flights around the globe is driving a new generation of fast aircraft. In our latest blog, we take a look at the top 10 fastest private jets and how they measure up.
A look at the history of the NATO phonetic alphabet
8 November 2018 by Claire EllisThe NATO phonetic alphabet is an internationally recognised system which has enabled the military, emergency services and aviation industry to avoid miscommunicating similar-sounding letters and save lives during wars. Join us as we trace its origins and uses.
Full aircraft ownership vs short-term leasing
7 November 2018 by Gavin CopusAircraft ownership has been receiving a lot of bad press in recent years, some of which is justified. For the right type of ultra-high net worth individual (UHNWI) or corporation, ownership can save time, and time equals money.
Ambitious airports that went off-course
6 November 2018 by Claire EllisThe growing demand for air travel is placing existing airports under increasing pressure, and the race to build new facilities to accommodate passengers doesn’t always go according to plan. Here are five examples of ambitious projects that went way off course.
What can you get on board an executive airliner?
6 November 2018 by Claire EllisWhen it comes to executive airliners, there is no equal in terms of technology, luxurious amenities and outstanding interior design. So what can you expect to find on board an executive airliner?
What’s in store for the future of cargo technology?
5 November 2018 by Claire EllisAs the demand for air cargo services continues to rise and the e-commerce sector expands, the race is on to revolutionise cargo technology. Here's a look at how everything from artificial intelligence to drones and blockchain systems are transforming the future of international cargo aviation.
The world’s longest flights by private jet charter
5 November 2018 by Claire EllisIn 2018, Singapore Airlines launched the world's longest direct flight between Singapore and New York, which covers over 10,000 miles and takes 19 hours. Read on to find out more about some of the world’s longest flights by private jet charter.
The most expensive private jet in the world
31 October 2018 by Claire EllisFlying by private jet is always a luxury, no matter the size of the aircraft. However, the very best private jet is extraordinarily fabulous – and extraordinarily expensive. Here’s a look at the most expensive private jet in the world.
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