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The most popular business jets in 2019

The most popular business jets in 2019

If you ask anybody the question “What’s your favourite business jet?” you might get a different answer from each person. For some, the allure of a large-cabin, long-range business jet is too hard to miss, but others might choose a

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Bombardier and Embraer fly solo

Bombardier and Embraer fly solo

When Bombardier launched the C-Series in 2008, the manufacturer said that it was a “game changer”. It was being modest. The aircraft – now called the A220 – has actually changed the whole sport of making aircraft. As well as

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Coronavirus regulations impacting business aviation

Coronavirus regulations impacting business aviation

The outbreak of the Coronavirus is impacting business aviation networks across South East Asia and beyond, according to operators consulted by Corporate Jet Investor. Since January 23rd the government’s of more than 20 countries have introduced regulations to combat the

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Business jet deliveries jump by double digits in 2019

Business jet deliveries jump by double digits in 2019

Business jets deliveries last year reached 809; 15% higher than the 703 deliveries in 2018 and representing the highest number of shipments since the 870 achieved in 2009. Overall it was deliveries of newer types of business jets that helped

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Payload: Risk Management Lessons for Aircraft Operators After the Ghosn Escape

Payload: Risk Management Lessons for Aircraft Operators After the Ghosn Escape

“How did I escape? With difficulty. How did I plan this moment? With pleasure.” The Count of Monte Cristo The “Mission Impossible”-esque Ghosn escape may be an extreme case study, but it is a cautionary tale for any private jet

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Bombardier to focus on business jets after announces sale of rail division to Alstom

Bombardier to focus on business jets after announces sale of rail division to Alstom

Bombardier is to focus exclusively on its business jets franchise, having agreed the sale of its trains division to French rail giant Alstom. The decision, revealed yesterday (February 17), marks a new chapter for the company enabling it to focus

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Bombardier’s Biggin Hill expansion ‘signals commitment to Europe’

Bombardier’s Biggin Hill expansion ‘signals commitment to Europe’

The expansion of Bombardier’s facility at Biggin Hill is evidence of its continuing commitment to a presence in Europe, says the OEM. The Canadian manufacturer told Corporate Jet Investor that increasing network services at the Bromley-based airport was “a top

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Alyssum Holdings files for administration: Fly Victor and RocketRoute for sale

Alyssum Holdings files for administration: Fly Victor and RocketRoute for sale

Alyssum Holdings, the parent company of online charter platform Fly Victor and flight planning service RocketRoute, has filed for administration. Fly Victor and RocketRoute are now for sale. Named after the world’s fastest spreading flowers, Alyssum was created in 2018

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Sustainable Aviation Fuel: 11 facts about green fuel for business jets

Sustainable Aviation Fuel: 11 facts about green fuel for business jets

Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) is set to play a key role in meeting the aviation industry’s carbon-reduction targets. In the first of new occasional series on SAF, Tom Parsons, Air BP’s low carbon commercial development manager, answers 11 questions about

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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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