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Rudy Tenore joins Aeronautical Systems

Rudy Tenore joins Aeronautical Systems

Rudy Tenore, the former head of aircraft asset management at Bank of America Leasing, has joined aviation consultancy Aeronautical Systems. Tenore, one of the most highly regarded business jet asset mangers, left Bank of America Aircraft Leasing last year. He

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Bombardier Global 7500 receives EASA Certification

Bombardier Global 7500 receives EASA Certification

Bombardier’s Global 7500 has received European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) certification. EASA approval follows certification from Transport Canada in September and from the Federal Aircraft Administration (FAA) in November of last year. Bombardier delivered the first of the longest-range purpose-built

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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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Sino Jet employs data analytics to achieve China’s highest standards

Sino Jet employs data analytics to achieve China’s highest standards

In 2018, Sino Jet Ltd. was the first operator in mainland China to reach IS-BAO stage III, the internationally recognized safety standard from the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC). The company’s President in Beijing, Ms. Chris Wu, has since shared

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Metrojet Engineering Clark receives Qatar approval

Metrojet Engineering Clark receives Qatar approval

Hong Kong-based Metrojet Limited (www.metrojet.com), a business aviation service provider based in Hong Kong with presence throughout Asia Pacific, is pleased to announce that its Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) in The Philippines – Metrojet Engineering Clark – has recently

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Why OEMs keep joining the race for MROs: Dassault acquires ExecuJet

Why OEMs keep joining the race for MROs: Dassault acquires ExecuJet

Dassault’s acquisition of Luxaviation subsidiary, ExecuJet — on Monday this week — comes as the most recent in a trail of business manoeuvres being made by aircraft manufacturers today. Typically, OEMs (original equipment manufacturers) have delivered aircraft. And despite always

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Vietnam Rising

Vietnam Rising

Few business jet markets grew as fast as Vietnam’s last year. Although business jets have been operated in Vietnam before, in August 2018 an Embraer Legacy 600 became the first business jet to be registered in the country. The 2009-build

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HK Bellawings awarded Hurun’s Best International Business Jet Operator three years in a row

HK Bellawings awarded Hurun’s Best International Business Jet Operator three years in a row

The “15th Best of The Best Awards” organized by esteemed luxury magazine Hurun Report was held in Shanghai last night. With its advanced management concept, top standard management procedures and meticulous customer service, HK Bellawings Jet beat out fierce competition

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China stalls

China stalls

In a speech in the middle of December last year, Xiang Songzou, Renmin University’s senior fellow of the Center for International Monetary Research, cast doubt on the Chinese government’s official GDP growth numbers. According to a report on the Epoch

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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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