Articles tagged “jets”

Travel Technology

JetZero Wins $235 Million Contract from U.S. Air Force for Next-Gen Jet

JetZero is one of multiple aircraft startups with promises of low or zero emissions that have raked in hundreds of millions of dollars in recent months.

JetZero Wins $235 Million Contract from U.S. Air Force for Next-Gen Jet

Airlines

Air India Seals Record Orders for About 500 Jets: Sources

If the reports are true, Air India will massively upgrade its fleet while piling on debt. The airline's new owner, Tata, must think it can boost the carrier's market share to help escape a business tailspin.

Air India Seals Record Orders for About 500 Jets: Sources

Business Travel

The Growth and Democratization of Flying Private

Any luxury industry experiencing an uptick in new, affluent young customers has a right to be bullish about growth, but it is a combination of logistics, customer service and branding that will eventually set the winners apart from the other players.

The Growth and Democratization of Flying Private

Airlines

Airlines search for answers to rising fuel costs at Paris Air Show

The most pressing concern for anyone involved in aviation is how the industry will move beyond rising fuel costs to find a more sustainable source of energy, something few jets on display will be able to offer.

Airlines search for answers to rising fuel costs at Paris Air Show

Airlines

Philippine Airlines doubles passenger capacity with 54 new Airbus jets

The airline is still recovering from losses earlier this year, but with the help of a new stakeholder was able to purchase the jets that the airline believes is needed to foster a growing demand for overseas flights.

Philippine Airlines doubles passenger capacity with 54 new Airbus jets

SkiftX

Jet sharing is making a rebound in the U.S.

The post-2008 landscape put a damper on jet-share enthusiasm, but the flip side of the cautious rebound means that companies that may have sprung for planes are looking to share instead.