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Xclusive Jets stops flying

Xclusive Jets stops flying

The website for Xclusive Jets, a UK charter operator with an owned and financed fleet of a few Cessna and Dassault Falcons – has been down for over a week. Last week, one part of the company – XJC filed

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Delta takes biggest stake in Wheels Up

Delta takes biggest stake in Wheels Up

Delta Air Lines executive jet division Delta Private Jets has taken a stake in Wheels Up. Although the terms of the deal have yet to be disclosed, Kenny Dichter, founder of Wheels Up, told CNBC that Delta will be the

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VistaJet Global 6000 overshoots Liverpool runway

VistaJet Global 6000 overshoots Liverpool runway

According to reports on the BBC news website, a Global 6000 overshot the runway at Liverpool’s John Lennon International Airport on December 11, 2019. An image of the overshoot posted along with the story shows a Global 6000 in the

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One month until ADS-B deadline and only 88% of aircraft are compliant

One month until ADS-B deadline and only 88% of aircraft are compliant

With the end of the year ADS-B deadline rapidly approaching, the latest data from flight tracking company FlightAware shows that only 88% of business aircraft currently flying are ADS-B compliant. ADS-B stands for Automatic Dependent Surveillance Broadcast. It is a

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Pilatus dealer Nesterov Aviation prepares for first Russian PC-24 delivery

Pilatus dealer Nesterov Aviation prepares for first Russian PC-24 delivery

Nesterov Aviation, the Pilatus dealer in Russia, is preparing for the first delivery of a PC-24 to a Russian operator, which it says will take place shortly after the Russian authorities certificate the aircraft for operation in the country. Mikhail

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‘We see an opportunity to bring private flying to millions’: Wheels Up Founder & CEO Kenny Dichter

‘We see an opportunity to bring private flying to millions’: Wheels Up Founder & CEO Kenny Dichter

Kenny Dichter: wants to bring private flying to millions of new customers. An ambitious plan to attract millions of new customers to private aviation, using smart phone technology, was unveiled by Kenny Dichter, CEO of the private aviation membership company

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Bombardier receives first shipment of Sustainable Aviation Fuel in Montreal

Bombardier receives first shipment of Sustainable Aviation Fuel in Montreal

Avfuel Corporation supplied 27,600 litres of SAF to Bombardier Aviation’s Montreal facility to fuel its new-customer aircraft deliveries. Bombardier Aviation has received its first shipment of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) at its Montreal facility, from Avfuel Corporation, as part of

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Judge rules that EDC can proceed with sale of Global ZS-OAK

Judge rules that EDC can proceed with sale of Global ZS-OAK

Bombardier Global 6000 ZS-OAK landing at Malta Airport on its delivery flight in 2015. (Photo: Burmarrad (Mark) Camenzuli) A judge in the UK courts has ruled that the sale of Global 6000 ZS-OAK can now go ahead, after Export Development

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Japan orders Citation Longitude for calibration duties

Japan orders Citation Longitude for calibration duties

The Japanese Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB) has ordered a Cessna Citation Longitude. The Longitude will be used for flight validation and inspection operations. Cessna says that the aircraft will be delivered in 2021. “From its early design stages, the clean-sheet

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Climate change protestors blockade Geneva’s private jet terminal

Climate change protestors blockade Geneva’s private jet terminal

A private jet parked at Geneva Airport (file photo) Extinction Rebellion activists blocked entrances to Geneva’s private jet terminal during a protest on Saturday, November 16, 2019, targeting what they claimed was “an absurd means of transport”. About 30 activists

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