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Jet Journal: Higher Minimums

Jet Journal: Higher Minimums

Professional flying is nearly always an extremely relaxed, highly controlled and almost boring affair. When you depart, under what conditions, where you are going, and by what routing is often entirely under the control of a complex set of rules and a team of experts, of which you are only one. You certainly feel professionally Read More

The Cessna Citation CJ3  Goes Fusion

The Cessna Citation CJ3 Goes Fusion

A much-needed flight deck upgrade brings the venerable light jet favorite into the future.  How do you improve your favorite airplane when that airplane is a Cessna Citation CJ3? Fast, capable, and enjoyed by its owners and pilots, the latest avionics upgrade is to the Rockwell Collins Pro Line Fusion suite promises to make a Read More

The Cirrus Vision Jet

The Cirrus Vision Jet

The Cirrus Lifestyle Now Flies at Jet Speed Cirrus has certified the lowest cost and easiest-to-fly turbofan aircraft on the market. With a base price under $2 million and a cockpit that resembles that of its SR22 brethren, Cirrus hit the mark in creating the perfect step-up for its large piston aircraft install base. For Read More

Becoming a Jet Pilot

Becoming a Jet Pilot

Getting your first jet type rating takes work, but with the right training, it’s more than attainable. With more than 1,000 hours behind the controls of King Airs, I’ve come to know and love “the King” over the past few years. It was the first turbine-powered airplane I got my hands on – achieving my ATP Read More