The Firenze Lanciare cruises at 500 mph as a jet and can out-accelerate a Lamborghini on the ground. It’s a whole new category of flying car.
The hacks range from simple design tweaks like repositioning panels in the cabin’s centre, all the way to a virtual environment as sophisticated as a Hollywood movie.
The “Xtra Large Bizjet,” as Airbus calls its brand-new TwoTwenty, has six living zones and room for 18.
CycloTech is basing its Cyclogyro aircraft’s design around highly maneuverable Voith Schneider marine propellers used in commercial ships.
Samad’s new Q-Starling uses stylistic cues from classic fighter planes and contemporary sportscars, while establishing a few of its own.
Cirrus and Gulfstream are the only manufacturers with full concierge programmes, mostly because it makes business sense.
The man behind SolarStratos becomes the first person to skydive from an electric aircraft, though the real point of the “record” is about sustainable flight.
Several air-charter firms and upscale travel companies are packaging private jets and resorts as the new, Covid-19-free vacation.
The King Air 360 is a luxurious flying SUV, with upgraded cabin comfort, as well as automatic pressurisation and autothrottles for pilots.
The one-seat Boom XB-1 is not a prototype of the airliner-sized Ovation, but it will perform testing of components that may be critical to the larger jet’s success.