Expert Opinion: Flying a business jet to Russia

Expert Opinion: Flying a business jet to Russia

Dmitry A. Karamyslov (international counsel), Tamara S. Kulyk (associate), and Dmitry S. Stakheev (associate) – Debevoise & Plimpton When one contemplates flying a business jet to Russia, regulatory limitations and ambiguities come to mind first. These concerns are not groundless

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Dominic Pearson joins WFW Aviation Group

Dominic Pearson joins WFW Aviation Group

14th January 2019 – Aviation finance specialist Dominic Pearson has joined WFW Aviation group in London as Of Counsel. Prior to joining WFW, Pearson was an Associate with Milbank in New York City. Qualified to practice in both England &

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Government shutdown update: pre-owned fine but problems with new aircraft deliveries

Government shutdown update: pre-owned fine but problems with new aircraft deliveries

The US Federal Aviation Administration has resolved a technical issue stopping new title searches. The Registry Modernization System (RMS) in Kansas City stopped working on Friday evening but was restored within a few hours. This is great news and means that pre-owned

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Vertis Aviation adds a second BBJ to their charter fleet

Vertis Aviation adds a second BBJ to their charter fleet

Vertis Aviation has added a second Boeing Business Jet to their growing portfolio of long-range jets available for international charter. The latest addition to the roster, operated by Bermuda-headquartered Longtail Aviation, will be exclusively marketed to the international sector. With

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AVIAÂ pledges significant savings on insurance for its members

AVIAÂ pledges significant savings on insurance for its members

AVIAÂ, the international group purchasing organisation (GPO) for business aviation, is expanding their suite of insurance offerings for its growing membership of aircraft owners and operators. The goal is to offer lower costs, increased efficiencies, and reinvestment into risk management

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Business Aviation caught in Seletar approach path dispute

Business Aviation caught in Seletar approach path dispute

A several-years dispute between Singapore and Malaysia is playing havoc with business aircraft operations at Seletar Airport (WSSL) in Singapore. “In the last few months we have been inundated with NOTAMs and changes of rules and policies,” said Pat Dunn,

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Westair Charter appoints director of operations

Westair Charter appoints director of operations

Western Aircraft has announced that Westair Charter has hired Joshua Weinshank as its new director of operations. Weinshank is a certified Airline Transport Pilot and Flight Instructor with more than 27 years of experience in the area of aircraft operations

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Jetcraft reaches century milestone

Jetcraft reaches century milestone

Jahid Fazal-Karim, Jetcraft owner and chairman of the board said: “It is with a great deal of gratitude to our partners, clients and friends that we announce, for the first time in our history, the completion of more than 100

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Gama Aviation adds paint and interior completions to US maintenance network

Gama Aviation adds paint and interior completions to US maintenance network

West Palm Beach, FL – Gama Aviation recently announced a trade and asset purchase of a paint and interior completion business currently operated by Lotus Aviation Group at Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport. The purchase is part of Gama Aviation’s stated

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On Air Dining wins prestigious luxury travel award for second year in a row

On Air Dining wins prestigious luxury travel award for second year in a row

London, UK – 15 January 2019: On Air Dining, an executive in-flight culinary specialist and concierge, has been recognised by Luxury Travel Guide (LTG) for the second year in a row for its best in class cuisine and culinary innovation,

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