This year’s World Economic Forum takes place from January 23rd to January 26th in Davos,
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Due to a number of Samsung Galaxy Note 7 smartphones overheating and catching fire in recent weeks, an emergency order was issued by the Department of Transportation (DOT) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). All Note 7 smartphones are now banned aboard planes flying into, out of, or within the United States.
Headphones have become an item most travelers will not leave the house without, but the industry may be in for a major shakeup. With Apple’s recent release of the brand new Airpod technology, the internet has been flooded with an array of reviews ranging from groundbreaking technology to a severly overthought updgrade. You can make the judgement when you give them a try, but for now, make sure you don’t believe these four myths of the new Apple Airpods.
Travel often for work? Then you know how stressful it can be, especially to a city you may not know. Magellan Jets collected some of our favorite must have travel apps. On your next business trip, don’t leave home without these Apps for business travel downloaded on your smart phone! They will guarantee you a less taxing experience.
Honeywell Aerospace has announced a new Google Glass App that will provide flight attendants onboard private jets access to hands-free cabin information without running to the nearest display screen. The glass will allow flight crews to view passenger information, control cabin or cock pit area, estimate time of arrival and more. While current onboard monitors can provide this information, the Google Glass gives discreet access to the information which in return means enhanced attention to the passenger.
The Future of Aviation Starts Here: You Build It, They Make It
Magellan Jets announced the launch of their latest cutting-edge technology platform, the customizable ‘Build-A Card’ tool. The first ever online program that will allow clients to address their own private travel concerns with one simple device. The concept behind the platform is to help alleviate the burden of shopping around for a solution to customer’s private aviation headaches. In today’s charter market it can be difficult to find a jet card provider that can fulfill every traveler’s specific needs. But with the Build-A-Card’s next generation technology it is now possible to assemble that solution with four easy steps right online.
Welcome to the future of travel! Gogo has launched its newest technology allowing smartphone users the ability to make phone calls and send text messages 30,000 ft in the air. Long gone are the days of isolation on-board a plane. Now passengers can be connected for the whole duration of a flight.
The world’s first solar-powered aircraft, Solar Impulse, will attempt to fly coast to coast across the U.S. The Solar Impulse is set to complete its next challenge starting in May, and by 2015 they hope to fly a similar aircraft around the world! The plane is expected to make stops at a few major airports along its journey, so the pilots can display and discuss the aircraft with reporters, students, engineers and aviation enthusiasts. The Solar Impulse has 12,000 solar cells built into its 193-foot wings to charge its batteries and allowing it to fly day and night. That’s longer than an entire Boeing 747 airplane but it weighs just 3,500 lb, less than a car. It is powered by four electric motors. The single-seat private aircraft cruises around 40 mph and can’t fly through clouds. It travels so slow that sometimes when it turns into the wind, it appears to float in place on radar screens, or occasionally even slide backward. The makers recognize that solar will never power commercial flights, but this flight was meant to push people’s assumptions about what solar technology can do.
Since the beginning of time every self-respecting gadget geek has dreamed of flying as free as a bird via a workable jetpack. Today, that dream is a reality. The Martin Jetpack, which was showcased at Idex in February, is a collaboration between Emirates Advanced Research and Technology Holding (Earth), Khalifa University and the New Zealand-based Martin Aircraft Company.
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Months of anticipation, excitement and impatience has finally come to an end as yesterday, March 7th, Apple officially revealed the revolutionary new iPad. It appears as though the new tablet will live up to expectations featuring an all-new Retina display, improved wireless connection capability and a state-of-the art built-in camera. The Retina display will allow users to experience the iPad like never before; presenting images with stunning sharpness and clarity. The cutting-edge display is not exclusively responsible for the new iPad’s exceptional display quality, however. Apple’s new camera comes equipped with a five-element, hybrid infrared lens that allows for the highest-quality photographs. Furthermore, an improved wireless connection capability means fewer lost signals when you are at home, the office or at the airport. It also allows users to download apps, documents, and upload photos faster than ever before.
When preparing to cross the border into the United States, travelers are prepared with their
Magellan Jets, a leading aircraft charter broker, announces the launch of its Private Jet Search
While Black Friday is known for being a day of shopping heaven – amazing deals
Shopping for holiday gift giving is upon us. If you have someone in your life who “has everything”, there is one gift which they probably have yet to purchase – the $8 million dollar iPad 2 Gold History Edition! This bedazzled iPad 2 has been released by luxury goods maker Stuart Hughes. Backed with 24-carat gold, this extravagent device is topped off with an Apple logo and home button made from 65 flawless diamonds and a screen frame made from ammonite rock (rainbow-colored rock made from the remains of prehistoric mollusks) and slivers of thigh bone from a Tyrannosaurus Rex.
From October 10-12, 2011, Magellan Jets proudly attended NBAA’s (National Business Aviation Association) conference which was held in Las Vegas, Nevada. For the aviation industry insiders, this annual event is imperative to attend for both networking and educational purposes alike. As a business tool, this convention yields amazing results for well-respected operators and industry specialists to unite. Buying decisions are weighed and executed at the NBAA and the relationships formed set the stage for the upcoming year. Magellan Jets spent the first day on the convention floor, interacting with exhibitors and other attendees. On Tuesday, they moved onto the Static Display of Aircraft at Henderson Executive Airport where the latest aircraft models were present for the attendees to view and explore.
CEO of Magellan Jets, Joshua Hebert, and Anthony Tivnan, President of Magellan Jets, spent their time meeting with the press. They provided the media with updates on Magellan Jets and their hopes for the coming year. Recently, Magellan Jets announced their plan to provide students and families in China with private jet transportation to the U.S., elite concierge services and top-tier medical expertise. Mr. Hebert was able to give insight on Magellan Jets’ expansion into the Chinese market, “We are thrilled to be able to enter into the private aviation market in China,” says Magellan Jets CEO, Joshua Hebert. “We would like to be the trusted source of establishing Chinese students and families.”