Buisness aviation news
The first month of 2023 started with high private jet demand in the European region and other parts of the world. By the close of the last quarter of 2022, European private jet operators had completed over 600,000 business jet flights to various global destinations, making it one of the busiest years in flight activity in the past three years. The growing demand for private flying among air passengers signals a promising future in this aviation segment this year.
Textron Aviation announced it is now offering a gravel kit for its new twin-engine, large-utility Cessna SkyCourier turboprop that gives customers the flexibility to operate their aircraft in and out of unimproved runways around the world. First deliveries of the SkyCourier with the installed option will commence later this month.
Bombardier announced a leadership team evolution that will focus on carrying forward the company’s positive momentum toward executing long-term growth and optimization strategies in the key areas of defense, services, continuous product improvement and next-generation manufacturing practices.
Business aviation figureheads Mark Abbott, Conan McGale and Jeffrey Emmenis are combining more than sixty years of sector experience in a new aircraft broking venture, Vertis Aviation Aircraft Trading. The decision to launch was inspired by an increasing number of requests for aircraft transaction support from charter customers of sister business Vertis Aviation, as well as growing market demand for transparent, highly personalised transactions in an increasingly lively and somewhat opaque trading sector.
We sat down with Patrick Lucy, Account Manager Team Lead – EMEAA, to discuss his view on the current state of our industry and how alternative payment methods can be part of the solution.
German MRO service provider FAI Technik has expanded its presence in Germany with the opening today of a maintenance base at the all new “Willy Brandt” Berlin Brandenburg Airport (BER), in the country’s capital.
Global Jet Capital (GJC), a global leader in financial solutions for business aircraft, announced it has provided more than $3.5 billion in financing to users of new and pre-owned aircraft. This milestone is significant for the specialty financer that has focused on delivering a unique customer-centric experience since its inception, providing speed, flexibility, and personalized financing solutions unmatched in the marketplace.
ALTEA knows aircraft inside and out. The organisation is retained by those who want fresh thinking secured by experience in asset management; procurement and sales; financial solutions and design. Team members, Jean Sémiramoth and Andrew Butler share their personal retrospective views on the pre-owned business jet aircraft market in 2022 – and identify what trends can be foreseen in 2023.
Located at Hangar 510 at Biggin Hill Airport (EGKB/BQH), Jetex London has commenced full commercial operations and is welcoming international private jet flyers to the United Kingdom capital.
Satcom Direct, the business and military aviation solutions provider, is celebrating a landmark moment as the Plane Simple antenna series officially enters commercial service.
WINGX’s weekly Business Aviation Bulletin.
The start of 2023 feels like the start of a rollercoaster. As we crank up the lift hill to the first rush of excitement, what ups and downs – maybe even some loop the loops? – are coming our way in 2023, and what did the last lap of the 2022 track tell us?
Nomad Technics has successfully completed a scheduled maintenance and modifications on a Boeing BBJ.
Innovation and seamless system integration take global flight operations to the next level. Every detail matters to ensuring a safe and seamless flight. Committed to making flight operations easy and error-free, Jetex and Skylegs announce the integration of their platforms.
Dufour Aerospace AG announced that it successfully completed a Series B investment from Vista Global Holding Limited (Vista), the world’s leading global private aviation group, further supporting the continued development of sustainable aviation technologies.
2023 marks 50 years in business for Robinson Helicopter Company. Founded by Frank Robinson on June 20, 1973, Robinson’s goal was to design and manufacture simple, reliable helicopters as efficiently as possible without compromising quality.
Boom Supersonic, the company building the world’s fastest airliner, kicked off construction of its Overture Superfactory today in Greensboro, North Carolina.
Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. announced the all-new Gulfstream G700 achieved 25 speed records on the recently completed G700 world tour.