A JetBlue-backed private jet company is all set to venture into using hybrid-to-electric planes. Zunum Aero, based in Kirkland, Washington, share an investor in JetBlue together with JetSuite and are rethinking short-distance flights through its investments. The startup recently signed… Continue Reading →
The sophistication of the Manhattan borough is captured intricately in the Embraer’s Lineage 1000E and is definitely worth exploring. The Manhattan Lineage 1000E is the epitome of style, glitz, and luxury. And, guests will be spellbound with the executive jet… Continue Reading →
Buying a private jet could be exorbitant, but the Trump Administration’s 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act has updated the US tax code that could allow 100% bonus depreciation for items including aircraft.
The world seems all set to transcend into the future of all-electric vehicles (EVs), and it would only seem plausible that EVs would be featured in aeroplanes. In this context, startup Electro.Aero and Slovenian light aircraft manufacturer Pipistrel have recently started a battery-powered electric plane test flight in Perth, Australia.
The Bombardier Global 7000 aircraft is reigning as the largest purpose-built business jet in the high-flying community featured with four living spaces and a permanent crew rest area. The new aircraft worth £55m ($73m) reportedly extends around 39m and can fly up to 19 passengers at a speed of Mach 0.925.
The world’s most luxurious commercial jet, Crystal Skye, a privately-owned converted Boeing 777-200LR made its inaugural run from Hong Kong recently. The luxury jet that can reportedly accommodate 88 passengers, boasts of an opulent dining area, seats that can be converted into spacious beds, and has a mixologist on board.