Best Restaurants in Remote Places
22 November 2018 by Claire EllisThe path off the beaten track is often more interesting than the popular one. Here’s our list of five top restaurants in remote and hard-to-reach areas around the world.
The fastest private jets in the world: past, present and future - A comparative analysis
21 November 2018 by Claire EllisToday, private jets can fly at speeds faster than commercial planes. This article analyses in detail the fastest private jets in the world, the history of private aircraft and the future of the private jet industry.
The ultimate European skiing holiday by private jet charter
20 November 2018 by Claire EllisFor thrill-seekers, shoppers and spa-goers alike, a ski holiday is an idyllic way to spend a winter’s weekend – and if you're travelling by private jet charter, you can be on the slopes in a flash.
Airports with the most beautiful landings in the world
19 November 2018 by Claire EllisThe window seat is prime position for aviation passengers, as they savour the view of their destination materialising through the clouds. In this piece, we’ve identified six of the most beautiful airport landings around the world.
The most affordable private jets available today
19 November 2018 by Claire EllisWhether you’re shopping – or window shopping – for a very light, light, midsize, super midsize or heavy jet, the most affordable aircraft can be a fraction of the price of the most expensive. We’ve listed the cheapest private jet in each category.
What happens before takeoff? A look at commercial flight preparation procedures
16 November 2018 by Claire EllisYou've boarded the plane, stowed your carry-on and strapped on your seatbelt. Now what? Have you ever wondered what happens behind the scenes? Here's a look at the preparation procedures that get your flight cleared for takeoff.
The future of aviation and pilotless planes
16 November 2018 by Claire EllisWith growing demand for air travel, rapid technological innovation and mind-boggling predictions for the future, the aviation sector is on a fast-track that’s never seen before as science fiction becomes the stuff of everyday air travel.
How much does it cost to charter a private jet in the UK?
16 November 2018 by Claire EllisHave you ever wondered what it costs to charter a private jet in the UK? Our handy guide will give you a better idea of prices for a range of aircraft, from small to midsize and long-range jets.
Air Charter Service wins Asian Business Aviation Association award
15 November 2018 by Glenn PhillipsLeading aircraft charter specialist, Air Charter Service, has been awarded the title of ‘Best Charter Broker’ at the annual ‘Icons of Aviation’ gala awards ceremony, organised by the Asian Business Aviation Association (AsBAA).
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.
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