China loves pre-loved jets

China loves pre-loved jets

viagra cheap from USA One of the signs of a mature business jet market is its acceptance of pre-owned aircraft. Normally the first business aircraft imported into a country are brand-new. This is usually driven by wealth. Ultra High Net Worth Individuals (UHNWI), often

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China leads Asia- Pacific fleet growth

China leads Asia- Pacific fleet growth

buy generic viagra from canada If there is one measure of the rude health of the business jet industry, it must surely be the sheer numbers of people attending ABACE, the region’s most important exhibition today. They have not been deterred by the weather and,

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China trade war overshadows ABACE

China trade war overshadows ABACE

see url Manufacturers and brokers bring aircraft to ABACE for the same purpose as sales people put cars on car lots – to promote and market their products. But, unlike cars on a dealer’s forecourt, aircraft at business-jet tradeshows do not carry

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Jet Aviation buys Hawker Pacific

Jet Aviation buys Hawker Pacific

It is not uncommon for a company to book a last-minute booth for a trade show, like ABACE which takes place in Shanghai next week. But this must be the first time that an exhibitor has booked the whole venue.

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The Middle East Report

The Middle East Report

Nestled between the Neolithic and Bronze ages, the cradle-of-civilisation period takes its name from the time where civilisation or society as we now know it began to form. It was not confined to just one area. Civilisation was beginning to

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Flying Japanese, I think I’m flying Japanese, I really think so

Flying Japanese, I think I’m flying Japanese, I really think so

Japan is one of the world’s most heavily regulated business aviation markets, so when a new operator sets up there it becomes big news. Especially when one of the companies involved is the country’s second-largest airline. ANA Holdings, the owner

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Jersey has another go at popping

Jersey has another go at popping

Have ever wondered why some corn kernels pop and others don’t? It is all about water content. Kernels pop because they have a membrane or pericarp that holds in water. When heated the kernel’s water turns to steam that explodes

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Saudi shake-up

Saudi shake-up

Mohammad bin Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud (MbS) – crown prince, first deputy prime minister, president of the Council for Economic and Development Affairs and minister of defence of Saudi Arabia, has only been in his many roles since June last

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Niche is the word

Niche is the word

The total fleet of Airbus Corporate Jets, Boeing Business Jets and Embraer Lineage jets amounts to about 500 aircraft. This is less than 3% of the total business jet fleet. They are even a niche part of their own companies. Last

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Dassault launch Falcon 6X

Dassault launch Falcon 6X

New aircraft launches are usually upbeat events. Lasers and dancing girls build up the excitement before dry ice clears giving us the first view of the new aircraft. None of this was present at the Dassault Falcon 6X launch this

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