Articles

  • As Airline Complaints Rise, Private Flight is Growing Fast

    It’s no secret that commercial flying has lost whatever glamour and romance it once possessed. Airports have become a breeding ground for stress and outrage, security lines go on forever, and there are far too many costs associated with “additional” amenities, like legroom or seat choice. United Airlines has even gone so far as to Read More

  • Fly Into: Bermuda

    Roughly 650 miles off the coast of North Carolina lies the beautiful island paradise of Bermuda. Far north of the Caribbean Sea, its temperatures fluctuate more than islands closer to the equator, but that only adds to the pure magic of this unique place in the Atlantic. While often thought of as a summer destination, Read More

  • A Tale of Tail Numbers

    The numbers on tails of aircraft may seem insignificant, or nothing more than a way of identifying individual aircraft. In some respects, this is true. More often than not, the tail number reflects the serial number of the aircraft in the PlaneSense® fleet, but there are times when the tail numbers reveal a bit of Read More

  • How Private Flight Avoids Weather-Based Flight Cancellations

    Picture this: There’s a blizzard rolling in. Scores of airlines cancel flights preemptively, days before the snowflakes even begin to spiral down from the sky. You’re left to frantically try to rebook your reservations or find alternative travel arrangements at the last minute. This is not a hypothetical situation. The March 13, 2017 blizzard caused Read More

  • Help PlaneSense Feed New Hampshire’s Needy This Holiday Season

    Every day, approximately 10% of the population in New Hampshire is food insecure, meaning they do not know where and when their next meal may come. On Thursday, December 14, you will have the opportunity to help PlaneSense take concrete steps to fight hunger in our home state. Tomorrow, we will be collecting non-perishable food Read More

  • Pilatus PC-24 Receives EASA and FAA Certification

    We are pleased to announce that the Pilatus PC-24 jet received simultaneous certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) on December 7, 2017. This pivotal milestone in the introduction of the PC-24 is an exciting achievement as we look forward to the world’s first iteration of the aircraft, Read More

  • Help Us Fill a PC-12 with Food Donations!

    PlaneSense, Inc. is proud to once again support families across New Hampshire with our annual holiday food drive in partnership with the NH Food Bank. Businesses in the Portsmouth, NH area are invited to bring donations to the PlaneSense headquarters, located at 115 Flightline Road at the Pease International Tradeport in Portsmouth on December 14th, 9 am Read More

  • PlaneSense Ranks High in Annual Survey

    The PlaneSense fractional aircraft ownership program was ranked high in overall satisfaction, customer service, and value in the Business Jet Traveler Annual Reader’s Survey. The publication compared three of the largest fractional ownership programs in various categories, in which PlaneSense stood out as leader. PlaneSense manages the largest fleet of PC-12 aircraft in the world, the very aircraft that Read More

  • PlaneSense Pilots Include 10 Percent Female Staff

    Ten percent of PlaneSense pilots are women, nearly double the national average. In fact, the company’s highest ranking pilot is a woman. AIN explores the success of women at PlaneSense in this article that appeared in NBAA Convention News. Read more. Read More