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Luxaviation says it won’t be at EBACE 2019 because it is too expensive

Luxaviation says it won’t be at EBACE 2019 because it is too expensive

In an open letter to the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA), Patrick Hansen, the CEO of the Luxaviation Group, says that his company will not be participating in the 2019 European Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition (EBACE) due to the

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The main themes of EBACE

The main themes of EBACE

The flood seemed overwhelming. Well over 100 press releases and announcements were made at EBACE this year (you do wonder why so many people wait until the show) and just keeping up with them is difficult. But when you add

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Is business aviation losing the executive?

Is business aviation losing the executive?

Andrew Hughes, principal – business aviation at Mango Partners – looks back at EBACE 2017 and questions if the industry is doing enough to build the base. By now I expect the final traces of last week’s EBACE have been removed from

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How to survive EBACE 2017

How to survive EBACE 2017

There is no escaping the fact that EBACE is going to feel like the most expensive business aviation show to visit – even if you are coming from Europe.  It is. Buying (or claiming) everything, from your hotel room to a bottle of

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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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EBACE Race

EBACE Race

Next week sees the annual migration of business jet people to Geneva for the European Business Aviation Convention. Thousands of people will be flying over in the next few days to stand around discussing important things like how much they

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CJI guide to surviving shows

CJI guide to surviving shows

There are four major shows held around the world which many of us will have visited. But for first time visitors they can seem daunting, especially as 75-percent of the shows are held outside of the core North American market.

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The Battle of London – London Biggin Hill Airport versus London Northolt Airport

The Battle of London – London Biggin Hill Airport versus London Northolt Airport

Fifty years ago, London’s Biggin Hill Airport, Oxford Airport and Northolt Airport were key assets for the Royal Air Force in the fight against the Luftwaffe. Now they are fighting each other. Biggin Hill and Oxford Airport believe it is

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