Category Archive: Business Aviation

Flexjet Orders 20 AS2 Supersonic Jets from Aerion – Aviation Week Network

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Aviation Week Network – Flexjet has placed a firm order valued at $2.4 billion for 20 Aerion AS2 supersonic jets, with delivery to begin in 2023. First flight is expected in 2021. Flexjet CEO Kenn Ricci said the company will use the supersonic jet for overseas flights and also in China, which does not have …

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Revivial of scheduled service at Burke Lakefront – Ultimate Air Shuttle Announces flights to Cincinnati

N419FJ, a charter flight, slowing down on Runway 28R at Port Columbus International Airport. Photo: Stephen Mosely Sr. - OPShots.net Contributor//

Cleveland, OH – On Friday September 4th, Ultimate Air Shuttle announced that scheduled air service is returning to Cleveland’s Burke Lakefront International Airport on October 26, 2015. After a nine-year hiatus, passengers will be able to arrive and depart directly from the downtown airport rather than commuting to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, 16 miles away. …

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Aerion AS2 Supersonic Jet

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CNN Money – Over a decade after the Concorde made its last transatlantic flight, a number of companies are working on the next generation of supersonic passenger aircraft capable of speeds at least twice as fast as current commercial planes. These planes will likely first appear in the private and business jet market. Reno, Nevada, …

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Gulfstream announces its newest family of jets: the G500 and G600

Air Lease Corp's G650 seen at Grand Cayman. Photo: Cole Goldberg  – OPShots.net//

Gulfstream introduced a new family of business jets today: the Gulfstream G500 and G600. Not only do the two planes optimize comfort (with a wider cabin) and speed (the maximum operating speed for both aircraft is Mach 0.925, the same speed as Gulfstream’s G650 and G650ER), but they come with a touchscreen cockpit display and …

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