BUSINESS AVIATION ADVISOR ARTICLES

Wide Divide on FAA

The annual high-stakes card game to determine if Congress can ever pass a long-term FAA reauthorization bill is underway in Washington, with some new...

In for the Long Haul

In recent years, a shift in the business aircraft market has been driving the need for higher maintenance predictability, cost control, and residual value. A...

Risks and Rewards of Fractional Shares

Among the many business aircraft travel options, fractional ownership offers the flexibility, convenience, privacy, and tax- and time-saving benefits of whole aircraft ownership, without...

Your Beautiful Time Machine

You likely bought your aircraft to serve you and your business efficiently. And while the onboard WiFi, SATCOM, and workspace contribute to your productivity,...

Longer Flights, Safer Flights

Pilot fatigue rarely was a problem until 1985. Before then, the furthest a large-cabin aircraft could travel nonstop was from New York to Europe,...

Completions Satisfaction

With ever-more complex aircraft available to you, the process of fitting out an aircraft cabin is also more complex. The intricacies of the product...

Who Audits the Auditor?

Every driver on the road presumably has a license. But would you ride with just anyone at random, without asking a few questions about...

No Such Thing as a Free Launch

When I first began work as the manager of a busy General Aviation airport with a 7000-foot runway, it was back in the era...