25You have made the decision to buy your own private jet? Now you ask yourself how to find and buy the best suited aircraft? In this blogpost you get to know what to look for and how to fulfill your dream of owning a private jet.
Zurich International Airport (also known as Kloten Airport) is the largest airport in Switzerland. With a total of 2 terminals for private travelers it is also one of the main airports for private aviation in Switzerland.
In the first part of the series we introduced you already to the business jet manufacturer Cessna, Bombardier, Gulfstream and Learjet. In the second part of the series you will learn more about Embraer, Beechcraft and Dassault.
Depending on which airports you intend to fly to and what distances you want to cover there are different private jet models that come into consideration differing mainly in terms of range, comfort, equipment and cost efficiency.
Traveling with business jets began during the 1960s with the help of the Learjet 23 and the Dassault Mystère 20. Since then, the field of business jets has changed drastically. There are many different manufacturers with a wide variety of jets on the market, which ensures that every traveler is able to find the business […]
Airplanes are among the safest means of transport available. This is primarily due to the clearly defined maintenance intervals and the strict control system. Before every flight, a pre-flight check is carried out by the cockpit crew (at airlines also by mechanics). During the check the general appearance, tires and brakes as well as the […]
Owning a private jet has many advantages – especially for business professionals who travel a lot. As with all larger investments there are a few important things to keep in mind. In this blog post you will get 5 tips from practical experience.
Understanding the implications of EASA Part NCC regulations is an important issue for all non-commercial aircraft operators and owners. There is plenty of information available which will help you to gain a better understanding of the steps that you might need to take to meet the changes coming into force across Europe.
Under EASA Air Operations Regulation Part NCC, private jet owner-operators will need to make flight operations manuals an essential part of their flying regime. These documents will need to cover anything from security procedures to child restraint devices and other health and safety equipment.
All non-commercial jet aircraft need to comply with the new regulations, as set out by EASA under Part NCC, by August 25th 2016. This means that, along with certain other classes of non-commercial aircraft, owners and operators of jet aircrafts will need to take a number of steps now so that they remain able to […]