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Duncan Aviation Lincoln cleared for Aruba maintenance

Duncan Aviation Lincoln cleared for Aruba maintenance

Duncan Aviation in Lincoln Nebraska has been given approvals by the Aruba Department of Civil Aviation to perform maintenance on Aruba P4- aircraft. As well as Aruba the Lincoln facility also has approvals for Argentina, Bermuda, Brazil, Cayman Islands, China,

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China drops fees for registering B- aircraft

China drops fees for registering B- aircraft

Aircraft owners will no longer have to pay a fee to register their aircraft on the mainland China B- register. The abolition of the registration fee is part of a larger Chinese government plan to stop charging fees across several

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Meridian acquires former AIG hangar at Teterboro

Meridian acquires former AIG hangar at Teterboro

Meridian has acquired the former AIG hangar at the south end of Teterboro airport.  The facility includes a 22,000 sq. ft. hangar as well as 11,500 sq. ft. of office and support space. Officially known as Meridian Hangar 107, the

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Gulfstream begins G500 certification testing

Gulfstream begins G500 certification testing

Gulfstream has completed the development testing for the new G500 and has begun the FAA certification process. During the development testing the five test aircraft flew a combined 2,600 hours over 600 flights. The five test aircraft inclue a fully

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Priester Aviation adds King Air 250 to charter fleet

Priester Aviation adds King Air 250 to charter fleet

Priester Aviation has expanded its Boston, Mass. based fleet with the addition of a new King Air 250. The Wi-Fi enabled King Air is available for immediate charter. “With the addition of the new King Air 250, our expanded Northeast

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BBGA AGM explores Brexit implications

BBGA AGM explores Brexit implications

The British Business and General Aviation (BBGA) recently met for their 43rd annual meeting. Ahead of the UK government triggering Article 50 on 29th March, Brexit was one of the main topics on the agenda. In his opening address BBGA

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Silverhawk Aviation to develop STCs for Gogo Biz 4G service

Silverhawk Aviation to develop STCs for Gogo Biz 4G service

Silverhawk Aviation will develop Supplemental Type Certificates (STCs) on Cessna Citation 560 aircraft for the new Gogo Business Aviation 4G service. Silverhawk Aviation is an authorised full-service maintenance, repair and overhaul Gogo dealer. The company will develop STCs for Gogo’s

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Pilatus PC-12 was the top selling turboprop in 2016

Pilatus PC-12 was the top selling turboprop in 2016

In 2016, Pilatus delivered 91 PC-12 NG single engine turboprops making it officially the top-selling turbine-powered business aircraft in the world. The PC-12 NG outpaced sales of all other individual models of turbine-powered business aircraft. In mid-2017, Pilatus will deliver

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A Beginners Guide to: Surviving ABACE

A Beginners Guide to: Surviving ABACE

Not only is ABACE the first event of the year alphabetically, but it is also the earliest one chronologically. And as it’s held every year in Shanghai China, it could also be seen as the most exotic. The good news

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Dassault appoints Hawker Pacific Malaysia as Falcon ASC

Dassault appoints Hawker Pacific Malaysia as Falcon ASC

Dassault has appointed Hawker Pacific’s Kuala Lumpur-Subang Airport facility as an approved Falcon service centre. The French manufacturer says that Malaysia is its biggest market in south east Asia. The authorised service centre will be able to offer maintenance serviced

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