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Freestream Aircraft sells first pre-owned G650 for $72 million

Freestream Aircraft sells first pre-owned G650 for $72 million

Freestream Aircraft sells the first pre-owned G650 business jet for $6.5 million more than the aircraft’s list price. UPDATE: Although the 2013 list price for a G650 is $64.5 million, the list price in 2008 was $59 million, making the

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JP Morgan remains cautious in October 2013 business jet report

JP Morgan remains cautious in October 2013 business jet report

JP Morgan said that indicators are marginally better, but momentum is insufficient for them to abandon their caution. JP Morgan identified a fifth consecutive growth month for US flight operations in September 2013 as “the key positive trend” in the

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Embraer delivers 25 business jets in the third quarter of 2013

Embraer delivers 25 business jets in the third quarter of 2013

Embraer looks in a good position to meet its yearly expectations after delivering 25 business jets in the third quarter of 2013. Embraer delivered 25 business jets during the third quarter of 2013 to bring the company’s total number of

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Air Partner grows private jet sector as light jets struggle

Air Partner grows private jet sector as light jets struggle

Air Partner announces year-on-year increases in revenues and profits for its private jet sector. Air Partner saw private jet revenues increase by 22 per cent and underlying profit by 47 per cent in the 12 months leading up to 31

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Erik Lindbergh predicts electric business jet future

Erik Lindbergh predicts electric business jet future

Erik Lindbergh, grandson of Charles, discusses electric aircraft, his involvement with Air Charter Service and what he remembers of his grandfather. A question Corporate Jet Investor often asks aviation professionals is how they became involved with the industry. Some say

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European business aviation suffers a setback in September 2013

European business aviation suffers a setback in September 2013

European business aviation activity declines in September 2013 to make growth in August look like a blip. European business aviation suffered another setback in September 2013, as activity once again declined, following a rare growth month in August. According to

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Blackberry to sell business jet fleet as buyout looms

Blackberry to sell business jet fleet as buyout looms

The maker of Blackberry smartphones and tablets is selling is entire fleet of business jets, after making a quarterly loss of $1 billion. Blackberry Ltd. (formerly Research In Motion Ltd.) has said it plans to sell a Bombardier Global Express

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Titan Airways ends 17 years of British Aerospace operations

Titan Airways ends 17 years of British Aerospace operations

London Stansted-based charter specialist Titan Airways brings 17 years of BAe aircraft operations to an end. Titan Airways at London Stansted Airport has sold the last remaining BAe 146 aircraft in the company’s fleet to Australia. The Avro RJ100 –

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Jet centre at London Southend Airport wants to take on Biggin Hill in second year

Jet centre at London Southend Airport wants to take on Biggin Hill in second year

After celebrating its first birthday, the executive handling facility at London Southend Airport says it is ready to handle in excess of 20 business aircraft movements per day. Stobart Air’s executive handling facility at London Southend Airport celebrated its first

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Why rappers and GTA V could save business aviation

Why rappers and GTA V could save business aviation

The business jet market needs to target younger buyers. Rappers and Grand Theft Auto V (GTA V) can help solve this. Male models love the business jet industry, as when they get too old for underwear shoots, it is only

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