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4G Internet for Business Jets

SmartSky are ready to announce the launch of their new 4G Internet service for business jets, after developing in secret for three years.

Ryan Stone, president of SmartSky Networks is pleased to finally share the news with the aviation world and will conduct an official ‘airing’ of his new product at this month’s NBAA exhibition. 148 more words

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NBAA Provides Debut Opportunity for Vertis Aviation

Vertis Aviation, based in Switzerland and part of the 28 East Group, an independently-owned aviation company, will make their exhibition debut appearance at the National Business Aviation Association show (NBAA) in Orlando later this month. 121 more words

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Planning Resources for International Catering Part 1

As corporate flight attendants, we are often expected to recreate a gastronomic dining experience to rival high-end restaurants from our sometimes limited aircraft galleys. These expectations can put us to the test at times. 450 more words

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Sabreliner Aviation Plans BizAv MRO Expansion

Sabreliner Services president, Greg Fedele, speaking from the company’s headquarters in Perryville, Mo., this week, has outlined plans for a reinvention of the company following its purchase by Innovative Capital Holdings in January. 189 more words

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Lower oil prices mean big savings for Private Jet Setters

A leading international private jet charter company says its offices are gearing up for a busy holiday travel season thanks to lower fuel expense, discounted charter rates, and increased demand. 535 more words

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All About Sushi

Sushi and Sashimi

Sushi and Sashimi has fast become a popular staple around the world, In Japan alone it is 14 billion dollar industry.   From the smallest of delis, the finest of Japanese restaurants, smallest of take out’s sushi can be purchased almost everywhere. 764 more words

Corporate Aviation

Saudi Jet Aviation Approved by FAA for Gulfstream Repair Station

It has been announced that the FAA has granted approval for Jet Aviation Saudi Arabia to operate as an official Repair Station for Gulfstream aircraft. 91 more words

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