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Thursday
Oct192017

Desert Jet | Aircraft Pilot- Citation Captain

La Quinta, CA - Full Time

You are an experienced captain who takes pride in providing an exceptional customer service experience, making safe decisions, practicing effective CRM and continuously striving to grow and learn more. You want to be more than just a pilot – to be part of a team that is working together to create something special.  You know you are capable of more, and just need the right environment to grow and advance.  And, you want to be a part of a team that appreciates the skills and experience you bring to the table.

If this sounds like you, we at Desert Jet invite you to learn more about us and consider joining our team. 

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Thursday
Oct192017

Desert Jet | Executive Aircraft Sales

You are a business aviation sales executive experienced in working with corporations, entrepreneurs and/or high net worth individuals to ensure their private travel options make sense.  You have both the empathy to understand the needs of the aircraft owner and the financial savviness to understand how to present the most cost-effective management scenarios.  You may have experience in the acquisition and sales of jet aircraft, or you’ve been responsible for the management of aircraft.  Either way, you are ready for a position where you can create your own success while contributing to the growth of a small company focused on culture, safety and the customer experience.

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Thursday
Oct192017

Desert Jet | Aircraft Dispatcher and Flight Coordinator

La Quinta, CA - Full Time

You are an experienced professional with a background in aircraft dispatch, eager to join an enthusiastic team.  You are accustomed to watching NOTAMs and TFRs while flight tracking a fleet of jets and keeping track of your customer's preferences to surprise them with their favorite bottle of wine.  If this sounds like you, then keep reading, because Desert Jet is seeking a Aircraft Flight Coordinator and Dispatcher to join our growing team. 

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Thursday
Oct192017

Judge Terminates TRO at Santa Monica; NBAA Continues Pursuing Legal Options

Aircraft operators utilizing California’s Santa Monica Municipal Airport (SMO) will soon need to prepare for runway closures and construction, as a District Court judge on Oct. 16 denied a preliminary injunction and dissolved a temporary restraining order (TRO) to halt the city’s planned runway-reduction project. The City of Santa Monica has been authorized to reduce the length of SMO’s sole runway under the terms of a unique, highly unusual settlement agreement with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) announced in January of this year.

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Thursday
Oct192017

NBAA's 2017 Convention Concludes as a Strong, Meaningful Show

“This year’s show was special in many ways,” said NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen. “We celebrated NBAA’s 70th anniversary, and how our industry is stronger when we work together. We gathered in the company of aviation leaders and legends, like Capt. ‘Sully’ Sullenberger and Capt. Jim Lovell. We saw the launch of exciting new products, and we brought a citywide convention to Las Vegas, which the city welcomed with open arms.”

Bolen said that with this year’s convention, NBAA hoped to “make Las Vegas proud, just as Las Vegas has made America proud.” Before the launch of the show, NBAA Charities made a $10,000 contribution to the Las Vegas Victims Fund, and throughout the event, the association encouraged show participants to contribute to the fund as well. During the show’s opening session, local leaders welcomed attendees, saying “with all of you, our city will continue to be Las Vegas strong.”

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Thursday
Oct192017

Aviation Week Network’s Mementos from NBAA 2017

AC-U-KWIK, Air Charter Guide, Business & Commercial Aviation, Aircraft Bluebook, AirportData.com and AWIN participate at this year's NBAA-BACE:

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Thursday
Oct192017

ExecuJet St Maarten Returns to Operations Post-Irma

ExecuJet, part of the Luxaviation Group, has announced that its FBO in St Maarten, which along with the rest of the island was extensively affected by Hurricane Irma, is back to operational capability following the handling of a transient business jet.

The Falcon 8X aircraft took off from ExecuJet’s St Maarten facility in the Caribbean on 10 October 2017, signalling the start of a return to normal operations ahead of the holiday season in December. Fuel is available without restriction at the FBO, and the current limitation to daylight-only flights is expected to be lifted following the restoration of navigation aids and runway lights, which is scheduled for completion by the end of October 2017.

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Wednesday
Oct182017

People on the Go/October 20

Bud Day is now EMJ Charter Director at Fort-Worth, Texas-based charter operator RVR Aviation, LLC.

Donald Kamenz joins C & L Aerospace as Senior Vice President of Aircraft Sales.  C & L, headquartered in Bangor, Maine, is an industry leader in servicing, maintaining, and supporting operators in the corporate and regional aviation industry.

Glenn Hogben of ACC Aviation has been appointed to the BACA Council.  BACA, the Worldwide Association of Air Charter Professionals, is the world's largest air charter organization. 

 

Wednesday
Oct182017

Turkey's Skyline Adds Legacy 600

Skyline announces the availability of a Embraer Legacy 600 from LTAC/Ankara for up to 14 passengers.

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Wednesday
Oct182017

Maine Aviation Awarded ARGUS Platinum Rating

“Achieving the platinum rating is a strong statement to the aviation community about our team’s commitment to quality and safety assurance,” said Allyn Caruso, owner of Maine Aviation Corporation. “It’s also a testimony to the dedication and hard work displayed by our staff—without their caliber of service, achieving the ARGUS Platinum Rating certainly would not have been possible.”

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