Promoted content: ADSB Businessman – Honeywell

Promoted content: ADSB Businessman – Honeywell

Tired of the same old ADS-B Story? Us too! Failure to upgrade in compliance with the fast approaching ADS-B mandates could result in your aircraft being grounded, with serious implications for your business. Jet Aviation and Honeywell can help you

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Jet Exchange breaks UK Pilatus PC-12 flight time record

Jet Exchange breaks UK Pilatus PC-12 flight time record

Charter operator Jet Exchange has broken what is believed to be a UK record for number of hours flying the Pilatus PC-12. The Luton and Denham Airport-based operator has now clocked up more than 7,000 operational flight hours on board

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SaxonAir joins London City Airport celebrating its 30th year anniversary

SaxonAir joins London City Airport celebrating its 30th year anniversary

Private air charter provider, SaxonAir, has joined London City Airport in celebrating its 30th year anniversary by performing a special demonstration flight into the airport with its class-leading Embraer Legacy 500 aircraft, G-SUEJ. Key stakeholders from the aviation industry were

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CJI Interview: Eric Trappier, CEO Dassault Falcon – Speaking about the Falcon 6X

CJI Interview: Eric Trappier, CEO Dassault Falcon – Speaking about the Falcon 6X

Dassault launched the Falcon 6X on February 28 as a replacement for the now-canceled Falcon 5X. Dassault had to cancel the Falcon 5X due to ongoing issues with the Silvercrest engines that were due to power it. The Falcon 6X

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British European Aviation Group is newest Piper dealer

British European Aviation Group is newest Piper dealer

Piper Aircraft has appointed British European Aviation Group as its exclusive dealer for the UK, Ireland and the Channel Islands. “As the exclusive leasehold owners of Wycombe Air Park, BEA has 24/365 access to a General Aviation friendly airfield which

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GE Aviation runs ATP engine for first time

GE Aviation runs ATP engine for first time

GE Aviation has achieved its “biggest and most important” goal of 2017, by running its new Advanced Turboprop engine for the first time. The engine, which has cost $400 million to develop, was run on 22 December at GE Aviation’s

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Surf Air Europe starts services from London City Airport

Surf Air Europe starts services from London City Airport

Surf Air Europe has started regular services from the London City Airport Business Jet Centre. The first flight left London City just after noon on 12th December 2017, and passengers included a Swiss property director flying home to Zug in

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CJI podcast special – Avinode

CJI podcast special – Avinode

During NBAA-BACE 2017 CJI spent some time with the Avinode team talking about the current state of the market and how technology is changing business aviation for the better. As the premier private jet booking marketplace in the world, Avinode

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Textron begins delivery of Grand Caravans to support charter service in Botswana

Textron begins delivery of Grand Caravans to support charter service in Botswana

Textron Aviation has delivered the first of ten Cessna Grand Caravan EX aircraft to Tuareg Aviation. The aircraft will be operated by Mack Air to provide charter, cargo and logistic services between a network of independently-owned bush safari lodges in

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Brian Proctor elected president and chairman of NARA

Brian Proctor elected president and chairman of NARA

Mente Group CEO Brian Proctor (pictured) is the new chairman of the National Aircraft Resale Association (NARA). The announcement follows the fall membership meeting, which coincided with NBAA-BACE in Las Vegas, where nominations for the 2018 board of directors and

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