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Learjet 75 Liberty buyer’s and investor’s guide

Learjet 75 Liberty buyer’s and investor’s guide Updated

If you were in the market for a private aircraft in the early ’60s, you’d know there was nothing that came close to the performance of the Learjet. It wasn’t the first civilian jet for sale, but it was the

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Airbus unveils new airliner concept ‘Bird of Prey’

Airbus unveils new airliner concept ‘Bird of Prey’

At the Royal International Air Tattoo in Fairford (19-21 July), Airbus announced its latest proof of concept – ‘Bird of Prey’ (BOP). True to its name, the BOP was designed to emulate the flight principles used by birds – such

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Did Cessna put the Hemisphere on hold too early?

Did Cessna put the Hemisphere on hold too early?

On July 17th, 2019, Cessna revealed it was putting plans for its upcoming Hemisphere large business jet on hold, saying that it was doing so because of on going issues with the Safran Silvercrest engines that were due to power

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Exclusive: Hamish Harding on his world record-breaking circumnavigation flight

Exclusive: Hamish Harding on his world record-breaking circumnavigation flight

The Gulfstream crew pictured on the ramp at the Kennedy Space Center after their record-breaking flight. Fifty years ago this weekend, the five-year old Hamish Harding watched astronaut Neil Armstrong take his first steps on the moon, pictured on his

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Lightning strikes twice, as Cessna puts Hemisphere on hold

Lightning strikes twice, as Cessna puts Hemisphere on hold

Cessna says that it is putting the development of its new Citation Hemisphere business jet “on hold”, due to a lack of progress on the Safran Silvercrest engines that were due to power it. Scott Donnelly, chairman and CEO of

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China wants to sanction US firms selling arms to Taiwan

China wants to sanction US firms selling arms to Taiwan

In the latest move in its trade war with Washington, Beijing is looking to impose sanctions against US firms that have been selling military hardware to Taiwan. China sees Taiwan as one of its own provinces, a province that will

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Google Flohr

Google Flohr

In 2007 Google launched a directory enquiries free-phone line. All you had to do was stop playing Snake on your Nokia and dial 1-800-GOOG-411. It then connected you with the US business you wanted. Google did not do this because

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Qatar Executive unveiled as mystery Gulfstream customer

Qatar Executive unveiled as mystery Gulfstream customer

Qatar Executive has signed a $1 billion with Gulfstream, which will see the US-based manufacturer deliver a further 14 G650ERs and four G500s. Gulfstream confirmed in an email to Corporate Jet Investor that the order was originally attributed by Phebe

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NetJets owns half of the Citation Latitudes built

NetJets owns half of the Citation Latitudes built

NetJets’s taking delivery of its 100th Citation Latitude is impressive, but with the 100th aircraft now in its hands,the fractional operator now owns half of the Citation Latitudes ever built. The original NetJets order, placed in 2015 as part of

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British pilots set to break world record to spotlight GA’s business contribution

British pilots set to break world record to spotlight GA’s business contribution

UK pilots Mike Roberts and Nicholas Rogers are awaiting confirmation of their World Record-breaking flight to 16 countries in 24 hours, made to highlight the contribution of general aviation airfields to British business and leisure. Flying school owner Mike Roberts

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