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Gil Wolin

Gil Wolin
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Gil Wolin is Publisher of Business Aviation Advisor magazine. A frequent speaker at national and regional events, Mr. Wolin is a member of the National Business Aviation Association, the Massachusetts Airport Management Association, and Business Aviation Professionals of New England. He currently serves on the Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University's Presidential Advisory Board. He is a past director of the National Air Transportation Association, and a past member of the Corporate Angel Network Advisory Board.

Crowds from the Clouds

Will you be flying your key customers and/or executives to San Jose for Super Bowl 50? So will 800 of your fellow aircraft owners...

“Six in the Green”

When on final approach to landing, the co-pilot monitors the instrument panel and will at some point turn to the captain and report, “Three...

The Accidental Publisher

I didn’t set out to be a publisher. I began my career directly out of college, to help business aircraft owners and users, pilots,...

Safety in the Air – And at Home

Aviation safety is the timely focus of this month’s issue, thanks to BloombergBusiness. In May, it ran a story stating that “Private jets have...

Licensed to Shill

A long-awaited family outing found me on a cruise ship together with members of the American Association of Aesthetic Surgeons, on board for a...

Fractional Shares Provide Flexible Options

Introduced in 1986 by NetJets as an alternative to buying a whole business aircraft or using charter, fractional ownership allows you to share the...

A Taxing Situation

There used to be just two ways to use a business aircraft: own and operate one, or charter as required. The former required capital...

Droning On

Some 40 years ago, I was told that flight crews in the future will be comprised of a pilot and a dog. The pilot...

Definitely Different

Business aviation is not a particularly complex industry. Yes, airframe, engine, and avionics technology have improved continually since the Wright Brothers first flew. But...

The Price of Safety

The rise of Über and Lyft, the two app-driven rideshare companies which harness non-professional drivers and their cars, has spawned several aviation start-ups trying...