A Different Way to Fly Private

There is a spectrum when it comes to private flying. From the very top end of the spectrum where you can have a personalized A380 Jumbo, costing in excess of US$600 million down to the nimble, and still well appointed, Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet for around US$2 million. There are some interesting private/public hybrids worth considering if you do not want to fully own, or in the case of NetJets – partially own a private jet.

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Innovation in Private Jets

The new Cirrus SF50 Vision Jet steps up the innovation. Cirrus says that the Vision SF50 is unique with its single-engine, carbon-fibre body and Cirrus full plane parachute, which allows a pilot to float the entire plane to earth in an unprecedented crisis.

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The new largest private jet

Boeing has unveiled their longest line of VVIP business jets to date a few weeks ago at the central Aviation Association Show in Dubai, the United Arab Emirates – The largest new private jet; the BBJ 777x.

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The secrets of flying private

Beyond the tangible perks, one that could easily go undetected is the sense that every flight is personal. That meant, for example, that when the crew saw we hadn’t finished eating, they asked if we would like to continue flying around in circles until we had.

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Private Jets – Rent or Buy?

Of course not all of us have billions to invest in our own plane!  Renting, or fractional ownership options can present viable alternatives for millionaires to ensure time is best spent focused on making the billions.  Travelling domestically or internationally can be a real problem, especially domestic travel in the United States. 

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