Monthly Archives: March 2015

Top Ten Private Jet Routes

Private Jet Routes: Ever seen a private jet in the sky? Chances are it’s on its way to NYC, or on the way back. Out of the most traveled jet routes in 2013, Knight Frank mentioned in his wealth report that 7 out of 10 private planes were flow in, or out of New York City. However,  the most popular out of the private jet routes was UVVV to LFMN. Moscow, to Nice-Cote d’Azur Airport. Based on our statistics, these are the top 5 itinerary rankings: Top 5 Private jet routes for the past two years. Departure Arrival Rank UVVV-Moscow LFMN-Nice Cote d’Azur 1 KTEB- Teterboro, NJ KFXE- Fort Lauderdale, FL 2 KTEB-Teterboro, NJ KVNY- Van Nuys, CA 3 EGGW- Luton, UK KTEB- Teterboro, NJ 4 KTEB-Teterboro, NJ LFMN-Nice Cote d’Azur 5 More than half of the traffic begins or ends somewhere in the states, mainly focused in the east coast. In Europe, statistics showed high interest for private jet users focused in London, Moscow, and Nice-Cote d’Azur. The passengers used routes between these cities. China’s private aviation market is also expected to grow once the government relaxes its set of laws. Currently, the third largest market is the Middle East. Knight Frank also mentioned in his report that many of the chartered private jet routes are growing tremendously since 2013. LFMN Nice -Cote d’Azur in France, to KTEB- Teterboro, NJ was the most noticed route for its growth. The top 5 list is as followed: Departure Arrival Rank LFMN-Nice Cote d’Azur KTEB- Teterboro, NJ 1 SVMI-Maiquetia, Ven. KMIA-Miami, FL 2 OMDB-Dubai, UAE EGGW-London, UK 3 KPIT-Pittsburgh, PA KTEB- Teterboro, NJ 4 KHOU-Houston, TX KPBI-West Palm Beach, FL 5   Many might wonder the reasoning

G650 Round-The-World 1 Fuel Stop

As aviation companies race to manufacture the perfect aircraft, Gulfstream Aerospace was honored recently to connect two pair cities, making one tech stop in between. The G650 ER landed both times with fuel in excess of NBAA IFR reserves. The Gulfstream G650 goes Round-The-World with 1 Fuel Stop with Three passengers on board, and four crew members, The Gulfstream 650 ER took off from White Plains, NY. This aircraft was able to fly 6,939 NM to Beijing in China, with an average speed of 0.87 Mach, totaling out the flight time at 13H20MN. After the stop, the jet was able for fly for another 6,572 NM to Savannah, GA. The mission was accomplished at a speed of Mach 0.89, totaling flight time at 12 hours. Furthermore, the company set two speed records during its test flight last year. The aircraft was able to fulfill a trip Los Angeles, CA to Melbourne, Australia, in 14H58MIN and from Hong Kong, China to Teterboro, NJ in 14H07MIN. The senior vice president of Gulfstream, Scott Neal, said that there is no other aircraft capable of doing this mission. It proves the true power of this machine. They’re promise of making an aircraft that can go faster and further than any other aircraft was fulfilled. This record will be sent to the Fédération Aéronautique International, currently located in Switzerland, in order to gain recognition as a world record. They are also pending approval by the United States National Aeronautic Association, according to Gulfstream. The Gulfstream 650ER is capable of traveling 7,500 NM at a speed of 0.85 Mach, and a distance of 6,400NM at a speech of 0.90 Mach. It has a maximum speed of Mach 0.925. Gulfstream aerospace noted that