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Israeli start-up aims to detect and stop GPS attacks and spoofing

Israeli start-up aims to detect and stop GPS attacks and spoofing

With the growing amount of aircraft navigation relying on GPC coordinates, fears are mounting that a coordinated attack could alter the navigation data sent to an aircraft, which could come with catastrophic consequences. We have already seen many attacks in

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Gulfstream acquires NORDAM G500 and G600 nacelle production line

Gulfstream acquires NORDAM G500 and G600 nacelle production line

Gulfstream has officially acquired NORDAM’s G500 and G600 nacelle production line, including all of its assets. The Savannah-based airframer originally paid $18 million dollars in early September to allow NORDAM resume production of the engine casings for its newest aircraft.

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Bombardier Global 7500 gets Transport Canada nod

Bombardier Global 7500 gets Transport Canada nod

Transport Canada, the Canadian transport authority, has given the Bombardier Global 7500 its type certificate. Certification from the US Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) and the European Aviation Safety Authority (EASA) are expected shortly. Bombardier says that the first customer aircraft

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The tech arms race

The tech arms race

  Once you have got past the tourists outside, there is a surprising calm in the Wheels Up offices (it possibly helped that Kenny Dichter, the founder of Wheels Up, was not in that day). But one of the things

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Ew Bizjet – costing millions of Qapiks – now OK in Scrabble

Ew Bizjet – costing millions of Qapiks – now OK in Scrabble

Merriam-Webster, the American dictionary company, has announced that the word Bizjet can now be used when playing Scrabble. The word has been added to the 2018 Official Scrabble Dictionary The company published the first official Scrabble dictionary in 1976. It

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The missing link – between the stock market and business jet deliveries

The missing link – between the stock market and business jet deliveries

  The 10th anniversary of the end of Lehman Brothers and the longest uninterrupted bull run in US stock market history, means now is a good time to question why the demand for business jets no longer tracks the S&P500.

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Vista Global acquires XOJET

Vista Global acquires XOJET

Thomas Flohr’s Vista Global has acquired XOJET, the third largest US business jet charter operator by flights hours. Vista Global says that the acquisition of XOJET will allow it to expand further in the US. It launched VistaJet in America

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Exclusive: G650 lands at London City

Exclusive: G650 lands at London City

Gulfstream test aircraft MSN 6001 landing at London City for the first time (Image courtesy of Bob Holland) A Gulfstream G650 has landed at London City Airport for the first time, as the aircraft works towards gaining the certification it

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Expert Opinion: Waste and unnecessary risk, Brexit is an opportunity to cure Lex Situs

Expert Opinion: Waste and unnecessary risk, Brexit is an opportunity to cure Lex Situs

Eric Lewin is the founder of The Offices of Eric Lewin, a London-based law firm that specialises in complex, cross-border transactions. In his article below he examines Lex Situs: a legal concept that subjects the effectiveness of English law conveyance

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PrivateFly bets the house

PrivateFly bets the house

There are many ways of reducing risk when you start a new business. You could test the concept while staying in your job or find investors and use other peoples’ money. The other extreme might be to sell your home

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