To mark its 12th year as the event’s official partner, NetJets Europe commissioned design firm Timorous Beasties to decorate one of its fleet.
Lufthansa Technik and Mercedes-Benz Style have announced a collaboration on the design and completion of VIP aircraft cabins.
Four Seasons is bringing its luxury accommodations to the sky. Its extravagant Boeing 757 will start making trips around the world in 2016.
Honda, known for its motorbikes and cars, is now producing jet planes as it ventures into the highly competitive business jet market.
Boeing has unveiled a new overhead baggage storage system which can hold up to 50% more luggage.
All Nippon Airways has unveiled plans to paint one of its Boeing 787-9 Dreamliners in a Star Wars livery that features the likeness of R2-D2.
AirBerlin is the first German airline to offer an auction for Business Class upgrades on long-haul flights.
The AeroMobil, a flying car that transforms into a 2-seater light sport plane, is set to go on show to the public this spring at Top Marques Monaco.
Airbus has launched a new single-aisle jet that will have the ability to operate long distance fights, including trans-Atlantic routes.
Qatar Airways is rolling out lie-flat seats equal to the size of a double bed for business class flyers on their latest aircraft.
The Lisa Marie and the Hound Dog II, two private jets purchased and customized by Elvis Presley in the 1970s, are going under the hammer.
PrivateFly, a private jet booking service, has responded to increasing demand from clients who want to pay with bitcoins.
On Oct. 14, 2014, Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. introduced an all-new family of business jets: the Gulfstream G500 and G600.
Taiwan’s leading independent airline, EVA Air, is celebrating Hello Kitty’s 40th birthday by bringing its themed aircraft to Europe on October 29.
The new Air France private jet line services 1,200 airports in France and the rest of Europe within two and a half hours from Paris.
A new all-business class airline is set to take off next month with daily flights that will shuttle jetsetters between Paris and New York.
Virgin Galactic has signed a deal with the US Federal Aviation Authority which will allow it to charter space flights from its base in New Mexico.
Dreamjet, the latest newcomer to transatlantic air travel, is slated to launch its first flights this June, and only business class seats are offered.
After making a huge impact on the transportation industry with this private car service, Uber hops into the private jet industry with UberJET.
Etihad Airways has pushed luxury to a sky-high new level with the unveiling of its new ‘residence’ class on board its Airbus A380 superjumbos.