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EASA certificates LearJet 70 and 75

EASA certificates LearJet 70 and 75

EASA has certificated both the LearJet 70 and LearJet 75. The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has certified both the LearJet 70 and LearJet 75, which are built by Bombardier. ALSO SEE: JSSI introduces Learjet 70/75 coverage The approvals mean

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Joël Frugier named manager of Airbus Corporate Jet Centre

Joël Frugier named manager of Airbus Corporate Jet Centre

Joël Frugier has been appointed as the new general manager at Airbus Corporate Jet Centre (ACJC) in Toulouse, France. Joël Frugier will oversee operations, sales and marketing at Airbus Corporate Jet Centre (ACJC) in Toulouse, France, having been appointed as the

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Hawker 125 N600AE missing in Dominican Republic

Hawker 125 N600AE missing in Dominican Republic

A Hawker 125-600FA registered as N600AE has gone missing in the Dominican Republic. The 1976-build Hawker 125-600A registered as N600AE / msn 256068 has disappeared after taking off from Santo Domingo’s Las Americas International Airport on Wednesday 10 September. The

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US flight activity grows for ninth month running

US flight activity grows for ninth month running

US business jet flight activity has risen for the ninth consecutive month, according to the latest data from Argus. The latest Argus TRAQPak data, which includes serial-number specific arrival and departure details on all IFR (Instrument Flight Rules) flights in

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EASA certificates Challenger 350

EASA certificates Challenger 350

Bombardier’s Challenger 350 business jet has been certificated by EASA. The European Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) has certificated the Challenger 350, allowing Bombardier to begin delivering aircraft to European customers. ALSO SEE: Challenger 350 receives FAA certificate European certification follows

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Business aviation brands take-on the ice bucket challenge

Business aviation brands take-on the ice bucket challenge

It’s not just celebrities and people you went to college with who are getting in on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, business aviation companies are also raising money for the cause. Unless you’ve been trapped on a desert island without

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LABACE 2014 attendance was down 15%

LABACE 2014 attendance was down 15%

LABACE 2014 attracted 15 per cent fewer people than in 2013. The Latin America Business Aviation Conference & Exhibition attracted 15 per cent fewer visitors in 2014, continuing the decline that started the previous year. ALSO SEE: Embraer sees softening

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Scott Plumb joins Jetcraft

Scott Plumb joins Jetcraft

Scott Plumb has joined Jetcraft as senior vice president of sales he leaves Beechcraft where he was previously vice president of sales for Europe, Middle East and Africa. “Scott has a wealth of business aviation knowledge and boasts an impressive

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Five reasons to fly on a private jet

Five reasons to fly on a private jet

Efficiency, flexibility and safety are the main reasons why companies and business people choose to fly by private jet. 1. Efficiency “Berkshire [Hathaway] has been better off by me having a plane available to go and do deals. It’s a

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10 more super stylish private jets

10 more super stylish private jets

In the second part of our top 10 most stylish private jets, we salute the owners of 10 aircraft that are not afraid to stand out from the crowd. You know the drill by now. You buy a private jet

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