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Jetcraft forecasts 7,879 deliveries over the next 10 years

Jetcraft forecasts 7,879 deliveries over the next 10 years

Jetcraft has released a new 10 year business jet delivery forecast, covering the years 2016 to 2025. The company is forecasting there will be a total of 7,879 deliveries worth over $248 billion during the period. North America is expected

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TapJets launching hail-a-jet app

TapJets launching hail-a-jet app

As on operator of 10 business jets, Eugene Kesselman, CEO of TapJets, found it frustrating to have aircraft sitting at airports doing nothing whilst they waited to fly passengers back home. He looked at data and saw it was not

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Citation Longitude makes first flight

Citation Longitude makes first flight

The Cessna Citation Longitude has flown for the first time. The two hour two minute flight took off from Cessna’s East campus, Wichita’s Beechfield Airport. During the flight test pilots Ed Wenninger and Stuart Rogerson tested the Longitude’s flaps, landing

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Dassault delivers first Falcon 8X

Dassault delivers first Falcon 8X

Dassault has delivered the first Falcon 8X. It was delivered to Greece-based Amjet as a replacement for their Falcon 7X. The aircraft is registered SX-CGR / msn 405. The delivery flight to Athens was flown by Amjet president Abakar Manany.

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Cessna delivers 5,000th Citation

Cessna delivers 5,000th Citation

Cessna Aircraft Company recently delivered the 5,000th Citation business jet, a Citation M2, to Helitrip Charter, who leased the aircraft to UK-based charter operator Catreus. The aircraft was handed over during a special ceremony at at the Textron Aviation headquarters

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Richard Pearson launches Avion Law

Richard Pearson launches Avion Law

Specialist aviation lawyer Richard Pearson has launched Avion Law, a boutique law firm for both commercial and business aviation. Pearson is a licensed English solicitor and has also been admitted to the State Bar of California, enabling him to advise

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A brief history of the Gulfstream G150

A brief history of the Gulfstream G150

Gulfstream has decided to cut end production of the G150, with the final aircraft due to be delivered to its customer midway through 2017. Although the G150 first entered service in 2006, the aircraft can trace its routes back to

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Gulfstream to end G150 production

Gulfstream to end G150 production

Gulfstream will end G150 production in 2017 following the sale of the final aircraft. The Savannah based manufacturer says that its long term plan is to focus on super mid-size and large cabin aircraft. “The G150 has had a distinguished

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Wijet to buy Blink to create world’s largest air taxi company

Wijet to buy Blink to create world’s largest air taxi company

Wijet of France will announce today (Tues 27 Sept) that it is to buy UK-based Blink, creating what the company claims is the world’s largest air taxi company, with a value of Euro 45m and 15 light jets. The acquisition

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First Russian Falcon 8X to be delivered in 2017

First Russian Falcon 8X to be delivered in 2017

Dassault will deliver its first Russian Falcon 8X during 2017. The new Falcon tri-jet received US and European certifications earlier in 2016, and is expected to deliver to its first customers in the coming few weeks. According to Dassault there

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