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‘Embracing new technology’ – Jonny Nicol, Stratajet

‘Embracing new technology’ – Jonny Nicol, Stratajet

Jonny Nicol: Bringing an old-fashioned industry out of the dark ages. After a stint in the military I became a corporate freelance pilot, which, amongst other things, included flying private jets. This opened my eyes to the two huge gaping

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Expert Opinion: Saudi Arabia’s new safety rules

Expert Opinion: Saudi Arabia’s new safety rules

With new safety rules coming into effect in Saudi Arabia on September 1, Clyde & Co partner Oliver Tebbit takes us through how the new rules will affect business aviation operations in the country, and how to ensure that you

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Internet Access—an investment must for your business aircraft

Internet Access—an investment must for your business aircraft

Lots of things are really important when flying an aircraft—aerodynamics, engines, cockpit avionics—but when you consider that those are expected requirements from passengers, you start to differentiate that experience. And today, it’s seamless, reliable internet access that is changing the

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Opinion: Victor’s Clive Jackson on empty legs and online charter competition

Opinion: Victor’s Clive Jackson on empty legs and online charter competition

How time has flown since the last post! My team and I are now safely back from EBACE and enthused, post conference talk, about what lies ahead for Victor. In Geneva this week, the coffee was good and the conversation

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Cape Town Convention now law in Cayman Islands

Cape Town Convention now law in Cayman Islands

We are pleased to announce that The Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment and the associated Protocol to the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment on matters specific to aircraft equipment (collectively, the “Cape Town Convention”) came into

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Business Jet Value Development Through 2015

Business Jet Value Development Through 2015

Daniel Hall, senior analyst at Ascend Flightglobal Consultancy, looks at how business jet value assumptions need to change. The business jet community has been asking for three or four years now if the industry is finally in recovery, but each

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Locked in Luton: High Court upholds order on proper service for fractional aircraft

Locked in Luton: High Court upholds order on proper service for fractional aircraft Updated

Geoffery Dillon-Leetch, an associate at Berwin Leighton Paisner, reviews the arrest of  a Gulfstream G450 at Luton Airport. In Dubai Financial Group LLC v National Private Air Transport Services Company (National Air Services Limited) (2014 EWHC 4482 (Comm)), the Defendant

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Sky’s the limit: Cape Town Convention extension to Cayman imminent

Sky’s the limit: Cape Town Convention extension to Cayman imminent

Louise Groom and Ellie Crespi-McCarthy, from Harneys, review the Cayman Island’s planned ratification of the Cape Town Convention Practitioners will be aware that the United Kingdom Government is set to ratify the Convention on International Interests in Mobile Equipment and

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