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Thursday
Jun142012

June 14, 2012: Updated Fuel Prices Now Available

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Tuesday
Jun122012

Real Clean Aircraft Detailing Announces New Product: Turbine Soot Master

Real Clean Aviation Products has just introduced Turbine Soot Master, a carbon soot cleaner and degreaser. This product is designed to effectively address carbon exhaust buildup and staining that plagues most turbo-prop aircraft.

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Monday
Jun112012

Rare JU52 Vintage Aircraft to Visit Front Range Airport as Part of North American Tour 

Front Range Airport, part of the Avfuel-branded FBO network, will be one of only five United States stops on the RIMOWA JU52 2012 North American Tour. The rare 1930s vintage aircraft will continue on to EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wis., where it will be displayed on the showcase ramp.

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Monday
Jun112012

ATP Jet Center of Daytona Beach Becomes Signature Select™ Member FBO

Signature Flight Support Corporation announced that its affiliate FBO program, Signature Select™ has signed an agreement with ATP Jet Center of Daytona Beach International Airport (KDAB) to become a member location.

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Friday
Jun082012

Crew Lounge Poll: How many aviation cards or fuel cards does your company belong to?

Friday
Jun082012

New Study Highlights Business Aviation Value to Local, State, Federal Governments

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) welcomed a new study showing that local, state and federal government use of business aircraft increases agency or departmental efficiency and provides significant taxpayer value.

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Thursday
Jun072012

Want an FBO Customer for Life? Try Making the Customer Your Fan

By Ron Jackson

Being a fan doesn't mean being there from the start. It means being there ‘till the end.
-Anonymous

It’s time for a role reversal in the FBO customer service industry.

Ever since the term “customer service” was first used, our corporate view has been to put the customer on a pedestal and do everything to make them happy. That’s all fine and dandy, as Forrest Gump would say, but it’s a rather dogmatic and reactive approach that can make your customer relationship fragile and leave your employees feeling frustrated.

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Thursday
Jun072012

June 7, 2012: Updated Fuel Prices Now Available

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Wednesday
Jun062012

NBAA Marks the Passing of Avionics Pioneer Edward J. King, Jr.

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) marked the passing of industry legend Edward King, Jr., who died June 3 at the age of 90.

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Wednesday
Jun062012

BLUEBOOK PERSPECTIVES

Thumps & Bumps in the Pre-Owned Market

Vol. 26, No. 2 | June 6, 2012 | Go to Charts
by Carl Janssens, ASA | Aircraft Bluebook — Price Digest

Optimists see the silver lining behind the cloud while the pessimist only sees the cloud. Optimism continues to be the silver lining in the pre-owned aircraft market. However, reality of the dark cloud dictates an awareness and calculated approach.
Such are the conditions in the current ever-evolving pre-owned market. For the most part, the glory days of aircraft values being treated as premium investment opportunities are now nothing more than a faded memory. Knowledgeable buyers and sellers are keenly aware of this. Change of ownership continues at a slow to steady pace while values for the most part show continued depreciation. The exceptions are late model long range executive business jets.

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