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CJIQ3 2022


Cover Story

US Charter: Can its climb continue?– Covid-19 drove demand for US private jet charter to new heights. But what lies beyond the peak?


Top Gun: How an Embraer Phenom 300 filmed Top Gun: Maverick – We talk to the men who mounted a camera on the business jet before taking off to mix it with Boeing Super Hornets.

Jet Data: All the numbers you need to know before buying a business jet – From range to cabin size and from maximum cruise speed to, of course, price tags, we have all the key figures covered.

CJI Power Players 2022

Meet the sustainability heroes – With your help, we name the 20 most influential men and women in business aviation today. Our independent panel of six industry judges selects the people they believe are driving real progress on aviation sustainability topics worldwide.


Arena Television – This was one of the biggest UK outdoor broadcasting firms, before its directors fled pursued for a suspected multi-million, asset-backed lending fraud.

Aircraft Family: Duncan Aviation – From Piper Cubs to private jets in 66 years, the Nebraska-based MRO specialist and aircraft sales company has grown from 12 employees to more than 2,000. Todd Duncan, chairman of Duncan Aviation, explains the pleasures and pitfalls of running a family business.

Company profile: Four Corners Aviation – We profile the company that claims to offer “all the benefits of owning a private jet without owning a private jet”. Here’s how Four Corners believes it has spotted a new niche in private jet aviation.


Report: CJI Asia 2022 – Business aviation is emerging from the shadow of Covid into a new age of soaring demand, from new and returning clients, tempered only by worries about geopolitical instability and inflation.

Report: Revolution.Aero 2022 – Bringing together 300 innovators, investors, regulators, operators and other stakeholders for two amazing days in San Francisco 2022.

Every Issue 

Picture This – Hamish Harding, chairman, Action Aviation – His mission to space.

Day in the life: Margrit Waltz – How this Daher ferry pilot has completed 925 transatlantic crossings and delivered thousands of aircraft – plus a baby.

Q2 2022

  • Publisher’s Letter: April is the busiest month (for business aviation)
  • Up front: Leo Knaapen – “Serve, lead and represent.” These are the three watchwords Knaapen gleaned during more than 30 years at Bombardier.
  • Cover Story: The vision for VistaJet – Thomas Flohr, founder and CEO explains why his company and the business jet industry in general, have recently passed a tipping point.
  • Technicians: Targeting the talent pool. Why it is time to get creative in finding solutions to boosting the supply of mechanics.
  • Jetcraft: Celebrating its 60th birthday – Jetcraft prides itself on being “a big little company”.
  • In-flight connectivity: In six key questions – we have teamed up with Inmarsat to chart industry views in a survey. We also profile 12 leading connectivity providers.
  • Day in the life: Mark Elliott, yacht broker – “The harder I work, the luckier I am.”
  • Report: CJI London 2022
  • Picture this: 8,000 Cessna Citation deliveries – and counting. Textron’s Lannie O’Bannion tells us more.

Q1 2022

  • Publisher’s Letter: Facing the future-face-to-face
  • Day in the life: Runway to The White House – Gregg Brunson-Pitts, founder, Advanced Aviation Team.
  • First Look: Gulfstream G700 – We talk to Gulfstream president Mark Burns about the aircraft.
  • Connectivity: ‘A game changer.’ Our connectivity survey, conducted in partnership with Inmarsat.
  • Flapper: Spreads its wings – CEO Paul Malicki explains why the company is poised for international expansion.
  • Stratospheric ambition: Solar explorer Raphaël Domjan dreams of piloting his solar-powered plane to the stratosphere.
  • Report: CJI Miami 2021 – “This is the uppest of up markets we have ever seen,” said one speaker.

Q3 2021

  • Publisher’s Letter: The big bounce back gathers pace
  • After the (Covid) storm: Three leading operators in Asia – Sino Jet, Metrojet and TAG Aviation Asia – share plans for growth, as they bounce back from the pandemic.
  • Cover Story: The largest US operators have never seen so much demand. But it is hard work and finding new talent is key.
  • Day in the Life: Vishal Hiremath – CEO & founder of JetClub takes inspiration from the TV series Shark Tank to build his new cutting-edge charter business.
  • Aircraft Family: Two registries, one big family – Sir Jorge Colindres leads a family business that spans two registries: the Registry of Aruba and the San Marino Aircraft Registry. We tell their story.
  • Jet Data: The numbers you need to know All the key numbers associated with leading business jet models from the major OEMs are delivered in our list.
  • Picture this: HondaJet Elite S – This new HondaJet offers fresh colour choices and improved performance in the very light jet category. Here’s how the manufacturer put the elite into the new HondaJet Elite S.
  • Hybrid benefits: The Airlander 10 airship, designed for regional travel, is among the world’s longest aircraft and one of the greenest with significantly reduced emissions compared with fixed wing planes.
  • Digital maintenance: Robots to the rescue Swarm robots that inspect engine innards are just one of the many safety and cost attractions of the rapidly developing revolution in digital business jet maintenance.
  • Cryptocurrency: Unlocking the potential of the newest way to pay Distrusted by some, cryptocurrency could be the perfect payment answer for the post-pandemic world.
  • Bonus depreciation: Appreciating the benefits Can your client truly afford the shiny new (or pre-owned) business jet in their sights? .

Q2 2021

  • Publisher’s Letter: Forget Clearance Clarence, Autonomy is Coming
  • Cover Story: Autonomous technology promises to revolutionise not just aviation and passenger and cargo transport but also how and where we live and work
  • First Look: Beechcraft Bonanza G36
  • Day in the Life: Janine Iannarelli – President and founder of Par Avion credits her equestrian training with helping her to jump hurdles in business aircraft sales.
  • Aircraft Family: Constructing the future – Jerry Holland built FBO firm Sheltair from a construction company. It now contains three family generations.
  • Jet Data: Your handy buyers’ guide to all the key performance metrics of leading makes of business jets.
  • Picture this Hill Helicopter’s new HX50 plus Dassault Aviation’s Falcon 10X largest cabin in its class.
  • Garmin Autoland The world’s first certified autonomous system, at the touch of a button, can fly and land without the need for human intervention of any kind.
  • Mapping SAF supplies: We chart global supplies – And probe the question of what is preventing full uptake?
  • Planet 9 in profile Stellar growth is on the horizon for this on-demand and charter company, according to its founders.
  • Hamish Harding’s Deep Dive How the Action Aviation chairman dived to the deepest part of the world’s oceans and broke two world records on the 12-hour mission.

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