Category: PlaneSense Blog

Welcome to the PlaneSense® blog! You’ll find a variety of valuable topics written by aviation and private travel experts within PlaneSense. We invite you to check back often to learn more about:

  • Valuable tips to ensure your flights are easy and relaxing
  • Exciting destinations accessible by the PlaneSense® fractional fleet
  • Important industry insights impacting aviation business
  • Interesting technical aspects of the PlaneSense® aircraft
  • Behind-the-scenes activity in airport and fleet operations
  • The people and events of PlaneSense
  • PlaneSense Travel Stats: Learn How Many Thousands Flew With Us in 2017

    Just how many passengers flew with PlaneSense in 2017? If you guessed “enough to fill a Major League Baseball stadium,” congratulations, you got that one right! As the most sensible, service-oriented, and cost-effective private aviation solution, our fractional ownership program has garnered the attention of thousands of passengers. When you buy a share of a Read More

  • Eight Fascinating PlaneSense Travel Stats for 2017

    The world’s first Pilatus PC-24 arrived at PlaneSense in February, and we’re still buzzing with excitement about the arrival of that aircraft. Yet for all the excitement over the new arrival, we’ve also spent a lot of time considering last year, when our pilots and our fleet did some truly remarkable things. George Antoniadis, the Read More

  • PlaneSense Celebrates Arrival of the First Pilatus PC-24

    Standing in PlaneSense’s hangar, in front of the company’s employees and representatives from Pilatus, CEO George Antoniadis took a brief moment to let the gravity of the day sink in. The company had just welcomed the first Pilatus PC-24 in the world to its hangar, marking the beginning of a new era for both the Read More

  • Watch The Pilatus PC-24 Depart for its Ferry Flight to the U.S.

    The world’s first Pilatus PC-24 jet arrived at the Pilatus facility in the U.S. on Thursday, February 1st, bringing it one step closer to joining the PlaneSense® fleet! This innovative jet will serve as the signature aircraft in the PlaneSense fractional jet ownership program. In celebration of its arrival in the U.S., we hope you’ll Read More

  • Super Bowl Flights: How Private Flight Is Taking Over The Big Game

    When the New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles meet up in Minnesota for Super Bowl 52, thousands upon thousands of people will descend on the city to watch the game. This creates a huge demand for flights in and out of Minneapolis, where the game will be played in the brand new and impressive U.S. Read More

  • How PlaneSense Ensures PC-24 Pilot Training is Comprehensive

    Pictured:PlaneSense PC-24 pilots, TJ Schipano and Forrest Vultee at FlightSafety in Dallas, TX. (Courtesy: FlightSafety International) PlaneSense is already months into the training program for the Pilatus PC-24 jet, the newest addition to the PlaneSense fleet. The PC-24 recently received simultaneous certification from the European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) and the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) in December Read More

  • 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