Private Aviation

Why private jets will ensure death of First Class

There is no doubt that first class has been on a steady decline, as airlines are in the process of slowly phasing out the most expensive seat on board. But will private jets, and in turn business aviation, make sure that first class does not make a comeback?...


Things to keep in mind when planning for buying a private jet

This article is not just for multi-millionaires, it's also for brokers, for aviation geeks, for people who plan in future to buy or hire a private jet and if you’re first-time buyers, it can be a li...


KlasJet strengthens its positions in business aviation

KlasJet, a European private and business charter carrier, part of Avia Solutions Group, added two more exclusively designed Boeing 737VIPs aircraft to its fleet, strengthening its positions and becomi...


Flying to Europe? Real value of chartering private jet locally

Local brokers know the unspoken rules of private aviation in their countries and specific continents....


Canadian ice hockey team arrives to Olympics with unique B737

On February 8, 2018 Canadian men‘s ice hockey team arrived to the Olympics, which take place at Pyeongchang resort in South Korea. For their travel the team chose Boeing 737-500, which is specially designed for groups of sportsmen. The private flight was organised by European business aviation company KlasJet in cooperation with aircraft charter broker Smart Aviation....


Lessons from private jet charter providers

It’s no news that the business aviation market has been slow during recent years. As projected by AIN online, just in 2019 it will begin to register a noticeable growth. Despite new players hitting the segment, as Honda with it’s first aircraft, Cirrus Aviation with it’s first jet and the proximate delivery of the Pilatus PC-24 jet, the usual manufacturers as Gulfstream, Bombardier and Embraer are hoping deliveries pick up in th...