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HondaJet Elite unveiled in thin lineup at Singapore Airshow

HondaJet Elite unveiled in thin lineup at Singapore Airshow

The vaunted HondaJet Elite appeared for the first time this week at the Singapore Airshow. Its unveiling was not only an important step forward in HondaJet’s expansion, but its appearance is one positive for an airshow marred by the outbreak

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Asia Jet Partners Malaysia becomes country’s first AOC holder

Asia Jet Partners Malaysia becomes country’s first AOC holder

Asia Jet Partners Malaysia has successfully obtained its 9M Malaysian commercial aircraft operating certificate (AOC) from the Civil Aviation Authority Malaysia; enabling it to become the country’s first commercially registered private-jet operator. Last December, Asia Jet Partners obtained an Air

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China business aviation hits turbulent times

China business aviation hits turbulent times

Market confidence is low, the trade war with the US is affecting sentiment, the newly named Covid-19 continues, and the Chinese economy’s growth rate has been gradually slowing since 2013. Not the ingredients needed for an attractive market recipe. But

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ABACE 2020 cancelled due to Covid-2019

ABACE 2020 cancelled due to Covid-2019

Asian Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (ABACE) 2020 has been cancelled, amid fears surrounding Covid-2019. The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) announced on Friday (February 7) the decision to cancel this year’s ABACE, given health concerns and other special challenges

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CJI London 2020 conference: Day Two who said what

CJI London 2020 conference: Day Two who said what

The second and final day of Corporate Jet Investor 2020 proved just as enlightening as the first for the delegates in attendance. Business aviation’s attitude to the climate remained a hot topic, whilst the subject of data and how it

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CJI London 2020 conference: Day One who said what

CJI London 2020 conference: Day One who said what

The first day of Corporate Jet Investor’s tenth anniversary conference featured a wealth of news and views about the fast-paced world of business aviation and its finances. In excess of 500 delegates from all corners of the industry descended on

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Business aviation set for 10 years of (green) growth

Business aviation set for 10 years of (green) growth

Corporate Jet Investor’s 10th London 2020 conference opened today under typically grey, chilly February skies. But inside, the atmosphere was distinctly warmer, and definitely greener, as delegates heard predictions of strong prospects for business aviation over the next 10 years

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Longitude bumps up Cessna fourth quarter deliveries

Longitude bumps up Cessna fourth quarter deliveries

Deliveries of Cessna’s new Citation Longitude helped the company’s fourth-quarter 2019 deliveries jump up by 12.7%, compared with the same period last year. Cessna delivered a total of 71 business jets during the quarter, versus 63 in the fourth quarter

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PrivateFly reports fastest go-now flight: 16 minutes from enquiry to take off

PrivateFly reports fastest go-now flight: 16 minutes from enquiry to take off

PrivateFly, the on-demand private jet charter booking platform, has reported its fastest ever ‘Go now’ flight; taking just 16 minutes from enquiry to take-off. The client, who was already at Teteboro Airport, New York, urgently needed to fly the 885

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Greta late than never

Greta late than never

The World Economic Forum (WEF) has announced the theme of its 50th meeting which is taking place this week as: ‘Stakeholders for a Cohesive and Sustainable World.’ This is a worthy aim; albeit not as enticing as the 1989 theme

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