Monday
Aug072017

ARGUS Releases 2017 Midyear Business Aviation Review 

Halfway through 2017 flight activity continues to climb higher with every month recording year over year gains from 2016.

To view the entire TRAQPak Midyear Review, click here.

Monday
Aug072017

DC Aviation Al-Futtaim Adds Challenger to Managed Fleet

Holger Ostheimer, Managing Director of DC Aviation Al-Futtaim said: “Our facility offers the shortest distance from limousine drop-off to aircraft steps and the highest levels of privacy and safety all of which have been extremely appreciated and accepted by customers and operators.”

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Monday
Aug072017

Coleman Jet Adds Gulfstream IV to Charter Fleet

Coleman Jet, a B. Coleman Aviation company, has added its third Gulfstream GIV to its charter fleet. The aircraft is conveniently based at the Gary/Chicago Airport (KGYY), just 25 miles southeast of Chicago.

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Monday
Aug072017

Meridian Air Charter Adds Another Gulfstream G550 to Fleet

“We are extremely pleased to offer our customers in the Chicago market a great option for long haul trips,” said Chris Battaglia, Director of Charter Sales. “This G550 is equipped with the latest technologies and amenities, ensuring a productive and comfortable flight. It is the perfect complement to our fleet of heavy jets.”

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Monday
Aug072017

Senate Appropriators Reject Air Traffic Control Privatization

The Senate Appropriations Committee approved the Fiscal Year 2018 Transportation, Housing and Urban Development funding bill, providing the Federal Aviation Administration with $16.97 billion in total budgetary resources for the fiscal year beginning on October 1st. The legislation rejects the Trump Administration’s proposal to privatize the nation’s air traffic control system and provides $1.1 billion for FAA’s Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen), and additional resources to fund airport improvements. The legislation also includes provisions sought by NATA on behalf of the aviation business community.

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Monday
Aug072017

TAG Geneva’s FBO Lounges Showcase Summer Art Exhibition by Swiss Street Artist Joule Champod

An exclusive contemporary street art exhibition entitled ‘The Caps Collection’ by the inspirationally talented Swiss graffiti artist Joule Champod will be on display throughout August and September at TAG Aviation’s state-of-the-art FBO lounges located at Geneva International Airport.

‘The Caps Collection’ pays homage to Joule Champod’s spray caps, which for an artist have become loyal travelling companions on his many trips around the world. Each works effectively like a paintbrush and it is rare to see a creative instrument have accidentally become a creation of its own.

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Monday
Aug072017

Over $200K in Scholarships to be Awarded to Local Students

ProJet Aviation will host the 12th annual Aviation Education & Career Expo on Friday, October 27th, 2017 at the Leesburg Executive Airport. More than 700 students, educators, and parents are expected to attend the Expo, which is designed to showcase exciting careers in aviation and aerospace to young adults (ages 16-22).

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Monday
Aug072017

Hunt & Palmer Cruise in Namibia

July saw the long awaited release of global action-thriller The Mummy starring Tom Cruise. The film had been many months in the planning but for Hunt & Palmer their first involvement came at the start of 2016 when their aviation film coordinator client approached the Cargo Charters team seeking assistance with a covert project.

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Monday
Aug072017

NATA Takes Action to Ensure Continued Use of Pilatus PC-12s in Charter

The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) announced the resolution of a compliance issue stopping air charter operators from adding certain Pilatus PC-12 aircraft to their certificates. Guidance documents published today now offer charter operators a clear pathway to utilizing these aircraft.

At an NATA Air Charter Operators Town Hall earlier this year, a company alerted the association that a local FAA office had denied requests to add to their operating certificate several PC-12 aircraft intended for passenger operations. Because the Pilatus PC-12 is a single-engine aircraft, passenger operations require compliance with certain additional Part 135 regulations, including specific electrical system requirements (14 CFR 135.163(f)).

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Thursday
Aug032017

Execujet Africa | Flight Line Coordinator

ExecuJet delivers excellence in a comprehensive range of business aviation services tailored to our clients and partners. We are dedicated to safety and strive for creating a fulfilling workplace through cultivating genuine, open and engaging relationships with passionate colleagues.

ExecuJet is currently seeking a suitably qualified person to fill a vacancy within the Aviation Division, based at Lanseria International Airport.

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