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No easy flight out: Requirements for upgrading business aircraft

Upgrading a business aircraft involves selling the old plane and purchasing a better model. This initial step might not be as simple as buying a new aircraft. 283 more words

Top 12 Travel Tools (For A Corporate Flight Attendant)

1. Moleskin Daily Hardcover Planner

I have had one of these for five years running. I pencil in, staple in, glue in, tape in all kinds of junk and I… 617 more words

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The Top Three Most Popular Business Jets

Business jets contribute $150 billion to the U.S. economy and are much less of a ‘frippery’ than once thought. More than 1.2 million people are employed within the sector and although there has been an overall decrease in the industry over the past year, there are many that speculate that the business aviation sector is on the increase across the globe. 205 more words

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Business Aviation Growth in Latin America and Caribbean

According to recent data, the region encompassing Latin America and the Caribbean is home to 2457 jet aircraft and 2588 turboprops, which represents almost 15% of the world’s fixed wing business turbine fleet. 269 more words

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Despite Difficult Times, Business Aviation in Brazil Remains Optimistic

The LABACE show opened today in Brazil with a feeling of optimism despite signs of a difficult year. However cautious, Eduardo Marson, president of industry group ABAG announced that ‘the market grew by 5-6%, as it has for the last decade’. 187 more words

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Signature Flight Support Adds Scottsdale AirCenter to Its Global Portfolio

Arizona Airport FBO, Scottsdale AirCenter’s assets have been acquired by Signature Flight Support, it was announced today. The 16th largest business aviation airport in the U.S. 235 more words

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TSA Award Passenger Screening Contract for U.S. Airports

A Credential Authentication system is to be installed at major U.S. airports for screening passenger information in place of visual inspection. The seven-year, $85 million contract has been awarded by the Transport Security Administration (TSA) and will read multiple security features contained within passenger identification documents to ensure that it is genuine. 131 more words

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