Brazilian jet maker Embraer has revolutionized private air travel with its new design concept, the Kyoto Airship. Intended to be incorporated into the prototype of its lauded Lineage 100… via JustLuxe.com
Air travel has evolved immensely over the last couple of decades. British Airways could be said to have been the catalyst for the change; in 2000 the airline changed the game with the introduction of lay flat seats to Business Class, an area of the pla… via JustLuxe.com
The European Space Agency is dreaming up an aircraft of the future: egg-shaped, electric-powered and able to take off from helipads or runways due to its pivoting engines. In a press release earlier this month, the ESA said the new plane, which would h… via JustLuxe.com
With commercial airlines scrambling to recapture luxury market share from private jet companies, goalposts in the sky have moved.
Qatar Executive (Qatar Airways’ private jet division) has taken on a second Gulfstream G650ER in preparation for the influx of travelers in the spring and summer seasons. Able to fly non-stop from the Middle East to North America, the aircraft is… via JustLuxe.com
“I have always dreamed of space flight, but for so many years I thought it was just that…a dream,” says Stephen Hawking in the above Virgin Galactic video. Richard Branson’s company released the clip (along with anoth..
This new ACJ319 interior looks like a plush train car inside of a private jet and we like what we see. Designed by Airbus Corporate Jet Centre for an unnamed China-based company, the retro-inspired layout features five suites with entertainment tech, b… via JustLuxe.com
Embraer has just delivered the first Legacy 500 private jet to none other than Jackie Chan. The actor’s relationship with the company dates back to 2012 when he got a Legacy 650 aircraft as China’s launch customer, becoming a brand ambassad… via JustLuxe.com
How would you like to fly from New York to London in 11 minutes?
When it comes to flying in luxury, there are tons of different options out there, from tricked-out private jets to commercial planes outfitted with apartment-like cabins.