Business Jet Traveler
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|Frequency||bi-monthly, plus annual Buyers' Guides in English and Chinese|
|First issue||October 2003|
Business Jet Traveler magazine is written for executives and other high-net-worth individuals who regularly fly aboard private jets. It is a business publication designed, in the words of its publishers, "to help maximize its readers' investment in private air transport." The magazine contains articles on taxes, law and finance; reviews of new and used jets; and reports on charter, jet cards and fractional-jet shares. It also publishes travel articles, reviews of luxury autos and interviews with prominent business jet travelers. Past interviewees have included Sir Richard Branson, Suze Orman, Wolfgang Puck, T. Boone Pickens, Rudy Giuliani, Mark Cuban, Donald Trump, Arnold Palmer, James Carville, Buzz Aldrin, William Shatner, Morgan Freeman, Herbie Hancock and many other celebrities. Annual features include a Book of Lists (in June/July) and results of a Readers' Choice Poll (in October/November).
The magazine has won 23 major editorial awards since 2005, including five from Folio: and 14 from the American Society of Business Publication Editors (ASBPE). In 2011 and 2013, ASBPE competition judges named Business Jet Traveler one of the country's best business magazines. Editor Jeff Burger has won the Aviation Journalism Award from the National Air Transportation Association and the Gold Wing Award from the National Business Aviation Association, both in 2011, as well as awards from Folio: and the American Society of Business Publication Editors.
The magazine, which is not on newsstands, is mailed directly to its approximately 35,000 subscribers, approximately 90 percent of whom are in the U.S.
Business Jet Traveler is published by AIN, which also publishes Aviation International News, a monthly business aviation industry trade magazine, and onsite publications at air shows and aviation conventions, including the biannual Paris Air Show, Asian Aerospace, and Farnborough International Airshow. In addition to the print publication, Business Jet Traveler offers iPhone and iPad editions and a website (bjtonline.com) that includes virtually all of its print content plus online-only material. There is also a twice-weekly email newsletter, BJTwaypoints, which spotlights content from the print magazine and Website.
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