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First Phenom 300 in Brazil

Embraer has delivered the first Phenom 300 light executive jet to a Brazilian customer.

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Embraer sells Legacy 650 to customer in Jordan

Embraer has announced the sale of a Legacy 650 large executive jet to an undisclosed customer from Jordan. Arab Wings will manage the Legacy 650 for the Jordanian buyer. It will be delivered in the second half of 2010.

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Flight Options gets first Phenom 300

Flight Options has taken delivery of its first Embraer Phenom 300. The US operator plans to take delivery of 100 of the very-light jets over the next 10 years. Flight Options is selling an eighth share of the aircraft for $1.05 million with a $13,000 monthly management fee and a $1,400 hourly rate.

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Embraer Phenom 300 fractional rates

Flight Options is selling an eighth share of the aircraft for $1.05 million with a $13,000 monthly management fee and a $1,400 hourly rate.

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Second G650 flies

Gulfstream has successfully flown the second G650 it has built keeping the aircraft on track for the first customer delivery in 2012.

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Jeff Hill new international support sales head for Gulfstream

Gulfstream promotes Jeff Hill to head of international product support sales.

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First Learjet 60 XR and Challenger 850 Jets Delivered in China

Bombardier delivers first Learjet 60XR and Challenger 850 to China. Lily Jet will manage the Challenger 850 on behalf of Benshan Media Group.

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Gulfstream G650 breaks Mach 0.925

 

The first G650 built by Gulfstream successfully reached a speed of Mach 0.925 whilst on a test flight. This means that it will be the world’s fastest business jet aircraft when it is delivered to customers in 2012.

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Falcon 900LX on track for 2010 delivery

    

   

Dassault says Falcon 900LX flight testing is going well and is on track to deliver the first aircraft this year. It says the 900LX is outperforming Falcon 900EX Easy aircraft it replaces. 

 

 

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Five reasons to register an aircraft in the Cayman Islands

Joannah Bodden Small of Maples and Calder, explains the five reasons why corporate aircraft owners and financiers should consider registering aircraft in the Cayman Islands.
She outlines how to register an aircraft in the jurisdiction, how the Cayman Islands Civil Aviation Authority supports owners and ways third pary interests are protected. 

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