Cirrus' sleek design and unique safety features (parachute included) have made the manufacturer a favorite with owner operators around the world. There's no surprise that the company's first jet-propelled aircraft is gaining a lot of attention. Learn what gives this single-engine jet unprecedented safety for single-pilot operations.
Swiss aircraft manufacturer Pilatus has arguably created the best brand loyalty in the private aviation industry, and it listened when its customers demanded a faster version of the iconic PC-12. With more than 100 PC-24s now in service, we're finding it does live up to the expectations with all of the features pilots [...]
The smallest plane in the Gulfstream fleet, the G100 still boasts a pretty impressive mission profile and the handling and customer support for which Gulfstream is known. In this episode, Chris Lamont talks about why his company chose this model and how well it performs its mission.
Charlie Bravo CEO René Banglesdorf speaks to pilot Lynn Martin about the Beechcraft Premier 1 in part 19 of the Insiders' Guide. In this interview, we learn about its performance, pilot workload, passenger comfort and much more! About Lynn: Lynn's interest in aviation began at an early age, when he was introduced to flying through [...]
A major factor in determining an aircraft’s value is engine program enrollment, but not all programs are created equally. Manufacturers and third-party providers offer a variety of programs, each of which differs in coverage and cost, and the details impact the value of an aircraft. One obvious differentiator is what’s included in coverage. More robust [...]
The Premier 1 offers a lot of speed for a single-pilot aircraft, and it's fun to fly according to owner-operator Lynn Martin. Too bad the progression of development died off with Beechcraft's sale to Textron.
Charlie Bravo Aviation CEO René Banglesdorf recently wrote an article that was featured in Ultimate Jet magazine, titled Building a Robust & Diverse Workforce. Read the full article by clicking on the images below!
Charlie Bravo Aviation CEO René Banglesdorf and her son, Jake, break down the differences between Gulfstream's G550 and Bombardier Global 6000. They talk operating costs, fixed costs, maintenance, fuel burn, cruise speed, cabin size, and more.
Garmin is arguably the most popular provider of avionics systems in general aviation, and their options continue to improve from one year to the next. Some of the most popular single-pilot jets and turboprops are equipped with Garmin flight decks, including the G1000, G3000, and even Embraer’s Prodigy line of avionics systems based on Garmin [...]