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What to expect from Aviation catering

Surprisingly you would answer with one word: Food! Yes, but not only!

A Corporate Flight Attendant is in charge of what is the most important: taking care of VIP passengers and make sure they have what they want, with premium service. 612 more words


A Non-Routine Day

As Miriam rushed through the hangar door and whisked herself over to the operations desk she requested from the equally busy coordinator the flight itinerary/report for her trip that afternoon. 933 more words

Self Improvement

ConciAir Announces the Defender Airborne Law Enforcement Program

ConciAir Launches the Defender

ConciAir, a premier aviation solutions company, is pleased to announce the launch of its innovative, cost effective solution for airborne law enforcement, the Defender. 662 more words


ConciAir: DHS Announces Grant Guidance for FY 2014

ConciAir is pleased to provide a link to the DHS press release regarding FY 2014 grant guidance.  In addition to our innovative airborne law enforcement program, ConciAir also has the ability to assist in the grant development process.   881 more words


The Great Food Glove Debate

The use of gloves for food preparation has been widely debated in many food service industries.   We are no different in the corporate aviation industry.  Working in the aviation industry for the last eighteen years. 657 more words

Cabin Crew Training

ARINC Flight Support Services Integrated into Rockwell Collins New Division

As Rockwell Collins see the business aviation industry growing, it makes sense that after its acquisition of ARINC Inc was finalised late last year, that the business aviation division, … 111 more words

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First Eclipse 550 Private Jet Aircraft Delivered

Described by its CEO, Mason Holland, as a ‘game-changer’, the Eclipse Aerospace delivered the first of its new Eclipse 550 to Albuquerque, New Mexico this week to the delight of the company’s European dealer, non-executive chairman of Aeris Aviation, Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden fame. 184 more words

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