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Learjet 75 Liberty buyer’s and investor’s guide

Learjet 75 Liberty buyer’s and investor’s guide Updated

Autodesk AutoCAD 2009 discount http://veronicaleea.com/effects/buy-cheap-autodesk-alias-autostudio-2019/ enter site see Glucksspielforum If you were in the market for a private aircraft in the early ’60s, you’d know there was nothing that came close to the performance of the Learjet. It wasn’t the first civilian jet for sale, but it was the

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Embraer delivered 25 executive jets in Q2

Embraer delivered 25 executive jets in Q2

Embraer delivered 25 of its executive jets in the second quarter of 2019, taking its tally for the year’s first half to 36 deliveries. Deliveries included 15 Phenom 300s and four Phenom 100s. During the first half of 2019, Embraer

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Asking prices fall across all categories, apart from medium jets

Asking prices fall across all categories, apart from medium jets

Asking prices across all categories of business jets except for medium-size jets are falling, according to a new report from Asset Insight. Although in the past month the asking price – the initial price at which an aircraft is offered

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Lightning strikes twice, twice

Lightning strikes twice, twice

When Cessna announced that it was suspending further development of its Citation Hemisphere business jet, more than just a few eyebrows were raised. Not only was it the second time that Cessna has cancelled plans for the largest aircraft in

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Pilatus delivers first Canadian registered PC-24

Pilatus delivers first Canadian registered PC-24

Starlink Aviation has taken delivery of the first Pilatus PC-24 to be registered in Canada. PC-24 MSN 135 / C-GOAI was officially registered on June 28. On June 29 the aircraft left the Pilatus US facility in Broomfield, Colorado on

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Did Cessna put the Hemisphere on hold too early?

Did Cessna put the Hemisphere on hold too early?

On July 17th, 2019, Cessna revealed it was putting plans for its upcoming Hemisphere large business jet on hold, saying that it was doing so because of on going issues with the Safran Silvercrest engines that were due to power

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Lightning strikes twice, as Cessna puts Hemisphere on hold

Lightning strikes twice, as Cessna puts Hemisphere on hold

Cessna says that it is putting the development of its new Citation Hemisphere business jet “on hold”, due to a lack of progress on the Safran Silvercrest engines that were due to power it. Scott Donnelly, chairman and CEO of

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China wants to sanction US firms selling arms to Taiwan

China wants to sanction US firms selling arms to Taiwan

In the latest move in its trade war with Washington, Beijing is looking to impose sanctions against US firms that have been selling military hardware to Taiwan. China sees Taiwan as one of its own provinces, a province that will

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Google Flohr

Google Flohr

In 2007 Google launched a directory enquiries free-phone line. All you had to do was stop playing Snake on your Nokia and dial 1-800-GOOG-411. It then connected you with the US business you wanted. Google did not do this because

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Qatar Executive Gulfstream G650ER smashes World Circumnavigation Speed Record

Qatar Executive Gulfstream G650ER smashes World Circumnavigation Speed Record

An international team led by Action Aviation chairman Hamish Harding and astronaut Terry Virts is celebrating after smashing the World Circumnavigation Speed Record in a flight, made in a Qatar Executive Gulfstream G650ER aircraft, to commemorate the 50th anniversary of

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