Sports teams flying private – for fun, prestige or efficiency?
Travel fatigue which consequently leads to drop in athletic performance by 2-5% has been a discussion in sports for long. Nowadays, athletes change ...
10 must-go-to events for the ultra-wealthy in 2017
2017 is yet another year to offer a great variety of prestigious events. From Monaco to Astana, the list of events not-to-miss includes most ...
Families, sport teams and fun lovers – to drive the private aviation market in 2017
Within growing commercial airlines ticket fees and increased discomfort features about flying first class, the market for private jets has increased ...
KlasJet adds 3rd business jet to its fleet – Hawker 800XP
European business aviation company KlasJet has announced the expansion of its business jet fleet by adding a third aircraft – mid-size Hawker ...
VIP flight attendant: a dream job or a Pandora’s box?
Being a flight attendant is a dream job for many, but being a VIP flight attendant is close to a pure fantasy even for all those already in the ...
Does flying private mean you’re also flying above all threats?
The recent shocking events in Egypt and, previously, Ukraine involving commercial jets flying over active conflict zones have received considerable ...
Bleisure – a fancy name for something old in business aviation
Work travel is emerging as a lifestyle rather than necessity for some people. According to Global Business Travel Association, the number of ...
When quieter means tastier – science behind the amazingly good private jet food
From coffee made out of cat droppings to puddings sprinkled with edible gold or ice-cream made from water found only on an African mountain top ...
Listen to the kids – apparently Kanye was right about business travel as well
We all know the stereotype of a business traveller – a white-collar middle-aged manager with a small black briefcase rushing the streets of a ...
Pets on jets: caring for yourself and your furry friend
According to Euromonitor, the global spending on domestic animals will overstep the $100bn barrier for the first time in history this year, rising to ...
Evolution of indulgence: from luxurious Big Macs to function driven high-end services
Recently, McDonalds has announced its plans to open a high-end restaurant in Japan aiming to capitalize on the vast demand for luxurious products in ...
Commercial passengers hate big data – will private flyers love it?
The U.S. Department of Transportation has recently approved a highly criticised passenger data collection system that would allow airlines to collect ...
From sunrise to sunset: discreet VIP aviation during Ramadan
Today, approx. 1.8 billion people on Earth are a part of the global Muslim community which spends in excess of USD140 billion on travel and tourism ...
Capitalizing on empty-legs – another shot in the dark or a business aviation panacea?
In its recent article British Daily Mail reports putting the JetSmarter app to test and finding out that with their empty-leg deals you now can fly ...
The reasons behind feeling cold in a blue airplane – a tour around passenger’s subconscious
According to IATA Passenger Forecast, by 2034 the number of air travellers worldwide is expected to double and reach more than 6 billion per year. ...
Managing the unique: a jet owner’s nightmare
According to Forbes, currently there are 1 741 members of the ultra-wealthy club around the world. Moreover, analysts at Global Retail Solutions Group ...
No more crying babies onboard – apparently, now they all fly private
The times when you used to see a baby sitting next to you on the plane and all your desires for a peaceful flight crumbled, is probably over. The ...
Flying private literally pays – business travellers show increased productivity
A recent study conducted by the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) has revealed that more than 20 % of all business aviation users felt ...
Soaring failure in commercial travel boosts business aviation growth
Although the ICAO reported 5.5% annual growth in air passenger traffic should have been rather easily managed by airlines in 2014, it seems that the ...
Business aviation in the CIS: survival of the fittest
In view of the recent political tensions, the environment in the business aviation industry within the CIS has recently been somewhat ambivalent. On ...
Middle Eastern private aviation is still facing challenges
Middle East has been a real success story in the aviation industry, and its business aviation segment is not an exception. By 2020 the regional ...
Unplugged travel: a new market for business travel operators
With the ever-improving aviation-enabled connectivity accompanied by the growing demand, air travel has become an increasingly integrated aspect of ...
To fly or not to fly: a business traveller’s dilemma
As the global economy is expected to grow at an annual rate of almost 3%, the already record high demand for air connectivity should remain on the ...
Private air travel: a luxury or a necessity?
While global economy growth in the first half of 2013 was relatively slow, according to IHS Global Insight it still experienced a real GDP growth rate ...
VIP charter carrier KlasJet marks the start of operations
KlasJet, a newly established VIP charter carrier specializing in private and corporate charter flights, is delighted to announce about its first ...
European Bizav revival: is owning still an option?
Despite the overall slower economic growth in the past few years, the number of billionaires in Europe rose by almost 20% during the last year alone. ...
Avia Solutions Group launches private jet charter carrier KlasJet
Avia Solutions Group, a WSE listed global provider of one-stop-shop aviation business solutions, is further expanding its services by launching its ...