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OJets launch operations

OJets launch operations

Taking its insignia’s inspiration from the Asian ‘enso’ symbol, OJets has been set up in Singapore to capitalise on the increasing numbers of Asian private-jet travellers. Enso represents strength, elegance and infinity, and the firm say this embodies its philosophy

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Qatar Airways announces investment in JetSuite

Qatar Airways announces investment in JetSuite

Qatar Airways, the national airline of the State of Qatar and one of the world’s fastest-growing airlines, and JetSuite, Inc., a leading U.S. private aviation company, announced today in the presence of the Qatari Minister of Finance and Chairman of

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A Beginner’s Guide to: Surviving ABACE

A Beginner’s Guide to: Surviving ABACE

Not only is ABACE the first event of the year alphabetically, but Asia’s premier aviation conference and exhibition is also the earliest one chronologically. It’s held every year in Shanghai China. The good news though, if you’ve been to the

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Jet Aviation acquires Hawker Pacific for $250 million

Jet Aviation acquires Hawker Pacific for $250 million

Jet Aviation, the Swiss-based business-aviation service provider, has acquired Hawker Pacific for $250 million in an all-cash transaction. Hawker Pacific is an integrated aviation solutions provider, with locations across Asia-Pacific and the Middle East. Jefferies, the global investment firm, acted

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US flight activity up for fifth March in a row

US flight activity up for fifth March in a row

Flight activity in the US has increased for the fifth March in a row, according to a new monthly report from Argus TRAQPak data. Highlights during the month include double-digit growth in large-cabin and 8.8% growth in the mid-size charter

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The Middle East Report

The Middle East Report

Nestled between the Neolithic and Bronze ages, the cradle-of-civilisation period takes its name from the time where civilisation or society as we now know it began to form. It was not confined to just one area. Civilisation was beginning to

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OJETS launches in Singapore with Minsheng-financed aircraft

OJETS launches in Singapore with Minsheng-financed aircraft

OJETS has launched operations from its base in Singapore, with a Global 6000 and Challenger 650 financed by Minsheng Financial Leasing. The new operator will offer both on-demand charter and block hour programs that guarantee 48-hour availability to aircraft, with

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Houston hangar collapse crushes LearJet nose

Houston hangar collapse crushes LearJet nose

An aircraft hangar has collapsed at Houston Hobby Airport, crushing the nose of a LearJet 45. Photos posted on local news website khou.com show that the LearJet was not fully inside the hangar at the time of the collapse. The

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China proposes additional 25% tax on US-built large cabin aircraft

China proposes additional 25% tax on US-built large cabin aircraft

China has stepped up its trade war with the US by proposing to introduce an additional 25% tariff on imports of US-built aircraft weighing between 15,000kg and 45,000kg. If they come into effect the new measures will mostly affect aircraft

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Cessna CJ4 and Cessna 150 collide on uncontrolled Marion Airport runway

Cessna CJ4 and Cessna 150 collide on uncontrolled Marion Airport runway

A Cessna 150 has collided with a Cessna CitationJet CJ4 on an uncontrolled runway in Marion, Indiana. The Cessna 150 single-engine piston plane was taking off when it struck the tail of the CJ4, which had just landed. The Federal

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