Cirrus Reveals Next Generation Vision Jet G2

February 12th, 2019
Jet G2 aircrafts

Credit: Cirrus Aircraft

The global leader in personal aviation, Cirrus Aircraft recently announced the launch of the second-generation Vision Jet – G2 enhancing comfort, performance and safety for the world’s first single-engine Personal Jet. Read the rest of this entry »

Fly soon to NY, in 2 Hours in Boeing’s Hypersonic Jet

January 31st, 2019
Boeing Jet

Credit: Boeing

Technology could soon facilitate ramjets and in two decades fliers could reach New York in around two hours from New Delhi, according to Dinesh Keskar, Senior Vice- President, Asia Pacific and India, Boeing. Frequent fliers to the US city could now look forward to the flight duration getting cut down in the near future. Boeing and NASA have reportedly partnered to develop the supersonic and hypersonic planes.

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Boeing’s 777-8 Ushers in Exceptional Long-haul Journeys

January 14th, 2019
Boeing 777x

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Boeing’s ultra-modern BBJ 777X private jet aims to offer fliers exceptional luxury and unprecedented long-haul journeys. And the two variants of the private planes, BBJ 777-8 and BBJ 777-9 are said to fly over half-way around the world. In the context of BBJ 777-8, the charter business jet reportedly has a range of 11,645 nautical miles (21,570 km) and can connect virtually any two cities in the world. Read the rest of this entry »

Sci-fi Inspired Experimental Airplane Flies Silently

December 25th, 2018

Credit: MIT Electric Aircraft Initiative

Aircraft have always flown with a whining buzz due to moving parts like turbine blades, propellers, or fans over 100 years. Now a nearly silent, drone-size aircraft has been built and flown by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) engineers with no moving parts. The light aircraft is powered by an ‘ionic wind’, which is a silent flow of ions that are produced aboard the plane generating sufficient thrust to propel the plane and maintain a steady flight. Read the rest of this entry »

New Pilatus PC-24s Boosts Emergency Ward in the Sky

December 10th, 2018

Air ambulance. Credit: Pilatus Aircraft Ltd

Time is a crucial aspect for critical care patients. And, patients in regional Australia will soon experience the benefit of getting treated by doctors on medical jets, which would be a genuine time-and-life saviour. The Swiss company, Pilatus has reportedly spent around three years designing the $13 million purpose-built jets for Australia’s Royal Flying Doctor Service (RFDS). And, the PC-24s have been developed in partnership with Swiss engineering and completions company Aerolite AG. Read the rest of this entry »

Check Out Embraer’s New Disruptive Private Jets Praetor 500 and Praetor 600

November 16th, 2018

Embraer business jet

Embraer recently introduced a disruptive and technologically advanced pair of new private jets in Orlando, Florida dubbed the Praetor 500 and Praetor 600, which will launch in 2019. The Praetor 500/600 are the Brazilian aerospace company’s newest entrants in the mid-size and the super mid-size private jet market. And, the Embraer’s is based on the existing Legacy 450, with the update in terms of range, as the Praetor 500 is capable of going 3,740 miles and the Praetor 600 can go up to 4,500 miles.

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New Electric Engine Poised to Power Future Private Flights

October 29th, 2018

Credit: NASA

The future potential of solar and electric engineering in aviation is definitely exhilarating. And, some of the new and ongoing projects that are taking place could make a huge impact on the private charter market in near future.
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What Should Be The Runway Length For An Aircraft To Take Off?

October 12th, 2018

boeing 720

Flying by private jets can be fun, and it is super that they can fly to and from more airports in comparison to their commercial peers. Now, think of the tiny Cirrus Vision Jet or Boeing 747-8, as you fly your dream private jet, have you ever wondered what could be the runway length that they require? Read the rest of this entry »

Exploring British Airways’ Dreamliner 787-9 – Club World

September 28th, 2018
BA World Class

Credit: British Airways

British Airways’ Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner planes are featured to make passengers feel fresher at the end of the flight. Now, isn’t that a wonderful feature! BA’s Boeing 787-9 aircraft has been in service since late 2015, and the fleet serves destinations ranging from Beijing, Atlanta to Toronto. The planes are innovative and include an advanced pressurisation system making the internal cabin altitude lesser than other aircraft. Let’s explore the Club World (Business-class) flight. Read the rest of this entry »

Flight Secrets Revealed: Boarding Pass Letters What They Mean

September 18th, 2018

airplane passengers

Flight tickets have plenty of codes, letters, and numbers. As you glance through the singular letters, you may be baffled. However, to the cabin crew staff, your boarding pass would be a key to revealing more about a passenger. Wondering how? Keep reading as we explore what the letters found on the boarding pass signify. Read the rest of this entry »