The Peak speaks to Jean-Michel Jacob, President of Dassault Aviation Asia-Pacific.
The scratching of the superjumbo jet Airbus A380 echoes the sad fate of the supersonic Concorde, another feat of aviation technology that turned out to be a commercial flop.
Boeing has launched what it is calling the longest-range business jet in the industry, a plane that can fly more than halfway around the world without stopping.
Inspired by luxury yachts, this newly imagined aircraft can take off and land on any flat surface, no runway required.
The long-range Airbus A350-900ULR will be configured to carry 161 passengers – 67 in business class and 94 in premium economy.
One thing you can’t get back is time, so why spend precious hours at the airport when you can be soaking up the sights?