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Dassault expands Falcon presence In Malaysia and the Asia Pacific region

Dassault expands Falcon presence In Malaysia and the Asia Pacific region

Autodesk AutoCAD 2009 discount http://veronicaleea.com/effects/buy-cheap-autodesk-alias-autostudio-2019/ enter site see Dassault Aviation is acquiring ExecuJet’s maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) business at Subang Airport in a move that will considerably reinforce its aftermarket support capability in Southeast Asia. ExecuJet Malaysia is part of ExecuJet’s global MRO network, which Dassault agreed

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Inmarsat acquired for $3.4 billion by international consortium

Inmarsat acquired for $3.4 billion by international consortium

An international consortium led by private-equity firms Apax and Warburg Pincus, has acquired UK-based satellite provider Inmarsat. The deal, valued at $3.4 billion, sees the Inmarsat shares valued at $7.21 per share. London-based Apax and New York-based Warburg Pincus are

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Blockchain for all

Blockchain for all

If anybody was keeping score during last week’s Revolution.Aero Conference in London, Blockchain was one of the words that kept coming up. In the strictest sense of the term, a Blockchain is a publicly available digital ledger that exists in

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Falcon assembly in India could be hint at new Falcon 2000

Falcon assembly in India could be hint at new Falcon 2000

Dassault recently announced that it will build the smallest jet in its line-up, the Falcon 2000 series, in India under a joint venture (JV) with Reliance Group. The JV was formally established in May 2017, with Dassault saying at the

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International Women’s Day: Q&A with Wendy Martin

International Women’s Day: Q&A with Wendy Martin

CJI spoke with Wendy Martin, Head of College, Stansted Airport College. Stansted Airport College, which opened last September, is the UK’s first and only all-round aviation further-education institute. As the name suggests, the college is located near London’s Stansted Airport,

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Dassault tries to land New Zealand government Falcon 8X sales

Dassault tries to land New Zealand government Falcon 8X sales

Dassault is flying one its Falcon 8X aircraft to New Zealand’s capital Auckland in hopes of selling one or two aircraft to the NZ Defence Force for VIP transport. That is according to a report in the New Zealand Herald,

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Aerion reveals new board of directors

Aerion reveals new board of directors

Supersonic jet manufacturer Aerion has reshuffled its board of directors – just two weeks after making four new executive hires. Aerion has added two Boeing executives to its board following that manufacturer’s partnership and investment in Aerion at the beginning

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Mabuhay ang Pilipinas!

Mabuhay ang Pilipinas!

In business aviation, the Philippines has always flitted on the periphery. On one hand, it is home to more billionaires than Saudi Arabia, yet on the other, the Asian Development Bank said that in 2015 just under a quarter of

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Bombardier restructures debt

Bombardier restructures debt

Bombardier has issued US$2 billion in senior notes at a comparatively high-yield to finance tender offers due in 2020 and 2021. The Canadian jet manufacturer initially targeted an issue of $1 billion but announced shortly after that it doubled the

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Jet Edge International raises $60 million

Jet Edge International raises $60 million

Solace Capital, a Los Angeles private-equity firm, has invested $60 million in equity in Jet Edge International, the private-jet company. Jet Edge will use the cash to grow through acquisitions and organically, both in the US and internationally. It is

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