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ACTSI wants to maintain your aircraft in the Philippines

ACTSI wants to maintain your aircraft in the Philippines

where can I buy Microsoft Office OneNote 2010 http://www.stoveglass.net/visio/cheap-digital-art-software/ Adobe Flash CS4 Professional discount Autodesk AutoCAD Electrical 2019 OEM laptop without os price Adobe Creative Suite 3 Web Premium OEM With the main Manila airport becoming saturated with airline traffic, business aviation is being pushed out of the Philippine capital’s metro area and into airports around the city’s periphery. There are two suitable airports within close distance of Manila. The

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Honda Aircraft plans expansion at Greensboro homebase

Honda Aircraft plans expansion at Greensboro homebase

Honda Aircraft is preparing to ramp up manufacturing of its HondaJet twin-engine business jet by extending its current facilities. The Greensboro, North Carolina-based manufacturer currently builds four aircraft per month but is looking to increase this to five aircraft per

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Wheels Up buys Travel Management Company

Wheels Up buys Travel Management Company

Wheels Up, the business aviation membership company, has acquired Travel Management Company. TMC has a fleet of 26 Hawker owned 400XP aircraft. Wheels Up owns 93 aircraft which are operated by Gama Aviation. “Wheels Up is officially in deal mode,”

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Expert Opinion: Why cash isn’t always king when it comes to acquiring a private jet

Expert Opinion: Why cash isn’t always king when it comes to acquiring a private jet

The article below originally appeared on Arc & Co’s website as part of their Aviation Insights series. In it, Gary Crichlow collaborates with Elit’Avia’s COO Ian Houseman on an article that lays out why using cash for an aircraft purchase

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With the speed of 5G

With the speed of 5G

Gogo, the aviation connectivity company, has announced plans to build a 5G network for aviation. The new air-to-ground (ATG) network will be designed for use on business aviation aircraft, commercial regional jets and smaller mainline jets operating within United States

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EBACE 2019 – No (big) news is good news

EBACE 2019 – No (big) news is good news

The big news story of EBACE was that there were no big stories. Lots of smaller announcements and news stories but no big surprises. While this may be frustrating for local smoke machine and mirror ball companies, who love nothing

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EBACE 2019: Working on the sustain gang – Sustainable Alternative Jet Fuels Conference

EBACE 2019: Working on the sustain gang – Sustainable Alternative Jet Fuels Conference

EBACE 2019 actually started at TAG Farnborough Airport on Saturday with an inspiring conference focused on Sustainable Alternative Jet Fuels. TAG Farnborough Airport was a fitting location for the event. It the world’s first carbon-neutral business aviation airport. The airport

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One Minute EBACE 2019

One Minute EBACE 2019

Join us here for the latest news from the European Business Aviation Convention (EBACE) 2019. The news will kick-off on Saturday May 18 with a Sustainable Alternative Jet Fuel Event at London Farnborough Airport.  Then the press day on Monday

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The run up to EBACE 2019

The run up to EBACE 2019

Europe’s biggest business aviation show – the European Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition (EBACE) – starts with a press day in Geneva on Monday May 20 followed by three days of trade show.  After a bullish 2018 show, the mood

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Jetcraft predicts almost 12,000 pre-owned transactions in the next five years

Jetcraft predicts almost 12,000 pre-owned transactions in the next five years

Jetcraft, the business-aircraft broker, predicts that there will be a total of 11,975 pre-owned business jet transactions in the next five years, with an estimated value of $61 billion. In its latest report, which looks at pre-owned transactions and new

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