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Deer Jet wins “World’s Leading Private Jet Charter” title third year in a row

Deer Jet wins “World’s Leading Private Jet Charter” title third year in a row

Deer Jet, the Beijing-based private jet charter and management specialist, has won the World Travel Awards’ “World’s Leading Private Jet Charter” title for the third year in a row. The award ceremony was held at the JW Marriott Phu Quoc

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Special mission Gulfstreams

Special mission Gulfstreams

The Gulfstream. For years it has been the plaything of the rich and famous. If you think about a private jet, the chances are that a Gulfstream will pop into your head. They are often shown on film and TV

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Aero-Dienst completes 120-month Global XRS check for Global Jet

Aero-Dienst completes 120-month Global XRS check for Global Jet

Aero-Dienst, the Nuremberg-based operator, has completed a 120-month check on a Global Express XRS on behalf of Global Jet. During the check, the Aero-Dienst team disassembled the VIP interior of the Global, performed a major overhaul of the landing gear,

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CJI podcast special – Avinode

CJI podcast special – Avinode

During NBAA-BACE 2017 CJI spent some time with the Avinode team talking about the current state of the market and how technology is changing business aviation for the better. As the premier private jet booking marketplace in the world, Avinode

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US Senate Bill officially drops “ticket tax” on US private jet flights

US Senate Bill officially drops “ticket tax” on US private jet flights

A new US Senate Bill caused a Twitterstorm recently when it appeared to give tax breaks to US owners of private jets. The Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, finalised on 2 December 2017, exempts private jet owners from paying taxes

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CJI China confidence mini interview: Part 1- The Broker

CJI China confidence mini interview: Part 1- The Broker

In the first part of a mini series looking at the current state of the Chinese market, we talk to Jeff Lowe, managing director of Asian Sky Group (ASG). Although ASG is predominantly an aircraft broker, its sister company Asian

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Jersey register faces more problems

Jersey register faces more problems

Jersey’s aircraft register, set up in 2015 at a cost of £860,000, suffered another setback in October, after its technical support company Avisa was sold. The CAVOK Group, which bought Avisa, decided not to continue the support contract. Without technical

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Piper says M600 orders up in third quarter

Piper says M600 orders up in third quarter

Piper Aircraft says the order intake for its M600 turboprop increased in the third quarter of 2017. The company’s president and CEO, Simon Caldecott, made the comment in a press release about Piper’s third quarter results. Caldecott said that sales

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Business jet deliveries up by 1.4% in first nine months

Business jet deliveries up by 1.4% in first nine months

The latest data from the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) shows that there was a slight increase in business jet deliveries in the third quarter of 2017 when compared to the same period last year. Overall the industry delivered 138

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JetClass takes on airlines with business jets

JetClass takes on airlines with business jets

Bringing new people into business aviation is one of the biggest challenges the industry faces. So what if you could reach regular airline passengers who did not know that they could afford seats on a business jet? This is what

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