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Private Jets Contributing To A Sustainable Future For All

Private Jets Contributing to a Sustainable Future for All

Recently, some political interests in Europe condemned private jet usage due to their perceptions of its impact on the environment. Some politicians called for more thorough regulation of private jets, some said that taxation should be increased, and others even suggested that private jets should be totally banned. But penalizing the industry is not the answer to its environmental woes, particularly when business aviation is actually doing a lot of good work to secure the future of aviation as eco-friendly and carbon neutral.
EVTOLs Coming Close To Take Off

eVTOLs Coming Close to Take Off

eVTOL technology, or electric vertical takeoff and landing vehicle technology, has the potential to revolutionize the commuter experience in cities all over the world. eVTOL creators and innovators are imagining an accessible transport solution that would reduce urban traffic congestion and support the flow of passengers while also cutting carbon emissions. Combining the vertical take-off style of helicopters with the horizontal flight of airplanes, eVTOL seems ideal for intercity movements and have the potential to compete with car travel as a viable means of urban transportation if the price of such a trip can rival that of a taxi or an Uber.
What To Consider When Choosing An FBO 

What to Consider When Choosing an FBO 

Choosing the right FBO to meet your needs is a crucial component of a flawless flight experience. The FBO will be the place where your passengers will relax, get refreshed, and go through Customs and Immigration; where your crew will rest, and your aircraft will fuel up, receive maintenance, and restock, if necessary. It plays a pivotal role in private flight as it means avoiding the crowds, queues, and time-wasting associated with airport terminals.  Here are three things to consider when choosing an FBO.
What To Expect From The Autonomous Aircraft Market

What to Expect from the Autonomous Aircraft Market

For many years now we’ve been hearing about the innovations and advances empowering us to move toward pilotless planes with major aviation and industrial players already pledging their support and investment. In 2020, FedEx announced that it was working with Reliable Robotics to use small autonomous aircraft to transport cargo. In the same year, Airbus debuted its autonomous aircraft software by demonstrating its Airbus A350-1000 XWB can take off and land without any human input.
BizAv’s Summer 2022

BizAv’s Summer 2022

Despite commercial airline activity making its global post-pandemic comeback, it’s been a summer of high demand and traffic for business jets. This comes after 2021 saw private jet usage soar to its highest level on record. WingX recorded 3.3 million business jet take-offs in 2021, the most for a single year and 7% more than the previous high in 2019. So business jet travel is booming, and no one involved in the industry will be surprised.
A New Level Of Connectivity For Business Jets

A New Level of Connectivity for Business Jets

Passengers' needs are always evolving with the times, and in order to keep them satisfied, business aviation has to keep up. Millennials are accounting for increasing numbers of business jet users that will expect to use inflight broadband at the same rate as they would use WIFI while at home or in the office. And with such rapid technological advances in consumer electronics, streaming and video gaming are commonplace, and even watching ultra-high definition 8K video and virtual reality (VR) interactions are also quickly becoming the norm. These advances demand increasingly powerful inflight broadband—a new level of connectivity for business jets.
Producing Enough SAF To Meet The Projected Demand

Producing Enough SAF to Meet the Projected Demand

It’s almost a year since International Air Transport Association (IATA) member airlines committed to net-zero emissions by 2050. The airlines' commitment wasn’t only because of customer demands, but also due to the demands of investors. The journey to net-zero will be facilitated by a combination of advanced technology, carbon offsetting, new infrastructure, operational efficiencies, and of course, sustainable aviation fuels (SAF). But it’s not only the airline operators’ policies that will make this possible or not.
Industry And Government Efforts To Deliver Zero Emission Flight

Industry and Government Efforts to Deliver Zero Emission Flight

Affecting change is all about working together—not just within an industry but with external partners. There can be little doubt that a solid industrial strategy is a key to producing real change in how an industry does business and the impact of its practices. It’s vital for the whole government to work in partnership with industry in order to lay out the long-term direction needed to instill new best practices and maintain confidence for ongoing investment.
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