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Corporate Jet Investor Quarterly is a long-form print and digital magazine read by more than 23,000 dealmakers and decision-makers; people who buy, sell, operate, maintain, finance and advise on aircraft sales.

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Read the latest edition of CJIQ: Q2-2022 here.

  • 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: Targetting 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.


Read the latest edition of CJIQ: Q1-2022 here

  • 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.


  • 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? .



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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