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EBAA accepting applications for One Young World 2019

EBAA accepting applications for One Young World 2019

http://www.stoveglass.net/acrobat/buy-cheap-adobe-acrobat-xi-pro/ Roxio Easy Media Creator Suite 10 download see Following a positive response to business aviation’s participation in One Young World last October, the European Business Aviation Association is accepting applications from its Members for the next class of leaders ages 18 to 30 to attend One Young World

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Gulfstream G600 closes in on type certification

Gulfstream G600 closes in on type certification

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. today announced its allnew, award-winning Gulfstream G600™ is nearing the end of function and reliability (F&R) testing, the final stage of flying required for aircraft type certification by the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). “Once we finish

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Embraer Praetor 600 receives EASA and FAA certification

Embraer Praetor 600 receives EASA and FAA certification

Embraer announced today that the company’s new Praetor 600 super-midsize business jet was granted its Type Certificate by EASA (European Union Aviation Safety Agency) and by the FAA (Federal Aviation Administration). The announcement was made during the company’s press conference

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Carlyle Group completes purchase of StandardAero

Carlyle Group completes purchase of StandardAero

Repair and overhaul company StandardAero has been acquired by global investment firm The Carlyle Group. The company was purchased for an undisclosed amount (estimated at approximately $5 billion – including debt) from Veritas Capital – the New York based private-equity

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Aerion reveals new board of directors

Aerion reveals new board of directors

Supersonic jet manufacturer Aerion has reshuffled its board of directors – just two weeks after making four new executive hires. Aerion has added two Boeing executives to its board following that manufacturer’s partnership and investment in Aerion at the beginning

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Bombardier restructures debt

Bombardier restructures debt

Bombardier has issued US$2 billion in senior notes at a comparatively high-yield to finance tender offers due in 2020 and 2021. The Canadian jet manufacturer initially targeted an issue of $1 billion but announced shortly after that it doubled the

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Boeing invests in Aerion

Boeing invests in Aerion

Boeing has made a “significant investment” in budding supersonic-jet manufacturer Aerion, tapping into the re-emerging supersonic jet market. Lockheed Martin partnered with Aerion in 2017 to develop the AS2 supersonic business jet. Lockheed is no longer working on the project

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Viva La Revolution!

Viva La Revolution!

From Monday to Tuesday last week, the Grand Hyatt hotel in San Francisco hosted around 300 people — from tech start-ups to serial investors and aviation entrepreneurs — to talk about some of the most exciting upcoming developments in aviation.

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The UK will seek to remain a third-party member of EASA

The UK will seek to remain a third-party member of EASA

The United Kingdom will seek to remain a third-party member of EASA when it formally leaves the European Union on 29 March 2019. In the Government’s The United Kingdom’s exit from, and new partnership with, the European Union White Paper,

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The US wants to make it easier to certify supersonic jets

The US wants to make it easier to certify supersonic jets

Civil supersonic flight is coming closer to becoming a reality — again. US regulators are looking to expand aircraft noise regulations to accommodate the certification of new supersonic aircraft. The US Department of Transportation (DoT) is working to update 14

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