Globally, the aviation industry has seen a remarkable drop due to COVID-19. Recently, IATA reported that the industry could lose around USD 84 million of cash reserves this year. With existing air-travel demand, the situation could turn into new opportunities… Continue Reading →
Business aviation in China continues to flourish having moved beyond its infancy. It was in mid-1990s that Deer Jet, an arm of Hainan Airlines Group, had launched the country’s first business aviation charter service.
The Learjet 75 is a Learjet development program by the Canadian aircraft manufacturer Bombardier Aerospace. This light business jet is developed in anticipation of rising in the business of smaller/light private aircraft predicted by Bombardier.
China’s HNA Group, the parent company of Hainan Airlines, will take delivery of the glamorous shiny new 787 Boeing Business Jet (787 BBJ), in the third quarter of 2016. This private jet will have a range of 9,800 miles or 17 hours of flying time, with only 40 passengers (VVIP) on board (wherein the commercial 787 carries 300 passengers), luggage, fuel and a whole lot of swanky amenities at service in flight.
There is one definite fact about the private jet flying, whether it is a business or pleasure tour, it maximizes your time at the destination and minimizes the traveling time to a great extent and is incomparable to the commercial flights.