We take an exclusive look at developments shaping the world of corporate aviation and executive travel, particularly highlighting some of the bespoke providers of facilities that cater to affluent executives.
We interviewed Margie Burns Managing Director at Aviation Selection Consultants, and founder of a pilot-specific personality assessment utilised by airlines, military, and Civil Aviation Authorities worldwide, on the elements required to make the skies safer for all. We Ask The Expert what is needed to maintain standards of excellence in the recruitment and selection of high-flying personnel.
Beyond the discomforts of the economy class seats, beyond the improvements of
business class accommodations, beyond the opulence of the first class and even the
luxurious intimacy of airplane suites, the number one solution for traveling the globe
is without a doubt the private jet – a plane all to yourself, offering unprecedented
flexibility, comfort and status to its wealthy passenger, writes Thomas Hughes.
Almost everyone, at some point, can relate to the discomfort of being crammed into a small, constrained space within a crowded airplane, where simply stretching your legs is already a feat on its own and getting from the window seat to the lavatory can be downright unimaginable, reports Thomas Hughes.