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L’Voyage statement on corruption charges against former employees

L’Voyage statement on corruption charges against former employees

L’Voyage, the Hong Kong-based business jet flight charter company, has released a statement following Hong Kong’s Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) charging two of the company’s former employees. The ICAC alleges that during their time with L’Voyage, Leung Yuk-wing, former

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Ethics: “You gets what you gets”

Ethics: “You gets what you gets”

I am continually asked about our industry and ethics. In fact, as I participated on a panel at a Corporate Jet Investor conference in Miami last month, Alasdair Whyte asked me directly if our industry has an ethics problem. My

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HK investigates corruption at L’VOYAGE and Joy Fly

HK investigates corruption at L’VOYAGE and Joy Fly

Hong Kong’s Independent Commission Against Corruption (ICAC) has brought charges against one employee of Joy Fly Jet Limited (Joy Fly) and two from L’VOYAGE in an alleged bribery case. According to a statement on the ICAC website, the two employees

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The first Japanese HondaJet will be delivered on December 20

The first Japanese HondaJet will be delivered on December 20

The HondaJet has received its type certificate from the Civil Aviation Bureau of the Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism Ministry, paving the way for the delivery of the first aircraft in the country. Honda says that now it has the

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Bombardier sets December 20 for first Global 7500 delivery

Bombardier sets December 20 for first Global 7500 delivery

Bombardier says that it will deliver the first of its new Global 7500 business jets on December 20, 2018. The first aircraft will be handed over during a special ceremony at the company’s Montreal Dorval Airport facility, to an unidentified

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JSSI announces built-in WiFi coverage on bizjets

JSSI announces built-in WiFi coverage on bizjets

Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI), allegedly the biggest provider of maintenance work for business aircraft, has announced that WiFi will now be included with all of its new airframe programmes. Previously, it simply provided the service as an add-on for

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Metrojet appoints Janet Chen as regional MRO sales director

Metrojet appoints Janet Chen as regional MRO sales director

Hong Kong-based Metrojet Limited (www.metrojet.com), a business aviation service provider with presence throughout the Asia Pacific region, is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms Janet Chen as Regional Sales Manager, MRO (Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul). Janet is uniquely placed

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Surf’s up in Europe

Surf’s up in Europe

Surf Air, the California-based all-you-can-fly operator, has pulled out of Europe, after a brief year and a half of operations. Bringing Surf Air’s membership program to Europe was always going to be a tough job, especially so using London as

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Top brokers discuss global business jet market prospects

Top brokers discuss global business jet market prospects

Despite the emergence of strong growth rates in private business aviation in Asia and elsewhere, Europe and North America still represent over 90% of all private flight activity. Of this, however, Europe only accounts for 20%. Asia and the rest

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IAI reaffirms commitment to Gulfstream G280 program

IAI reaffirms commitment to Gulfstream G280 program

Israel Aircraft Industries (IAI) has reaffirmed its commitment to Gulfstream’s G280 program. Under its agreement with Gulfstream, IAI builds the G280 in Israel and then flies the aircraft to Gulfstream’s Dallas facility where the interior is completed, and the exterior

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