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New Pilatus PC-24 with Avionics to Support Graphical Flight Planning

Pilatus have announced that the new PC-24 business jet is ready to be rolled out, expecting to make its first flight before the end of the year. 162 more words

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Private Jet Travel Could Save Companies Money Over Commercial

A delve into the travel arrangements of companies over the past few years has revealed that many corporations could save money over the long-term by using private jet travel over regular commercial flights. 303 more words

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Cabin Electronics for Business Passengers

Business passengers demand high levels of cabin electronics these days to enable them to work as effectively in the air as they can on the ground. 148 more words

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FAA Certification for Bombardier Challenger 350

Bombardier’s Challenger 350 business jet received full type certification from the FAA last month, marking a key step in the journey to entry-into-service for the luxury aircraft. 211 more words

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Honda’s First Production HondaJet Takes Flight

Honda Aircraft were excited to announce that the first production HondaJet made its first flight last week and reported successful checks during the 84-minute flight. In-flight checks included: landing gear operation, flaps and speed brakes, low and high-speed handling and avionics testing of the Garmin G3000 system. 112 more words

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World Cup Hopes to Boost Business Aviation Conference Interest

This years’ EBACE show to be held at São Paulo Congonhas Airport, will be operating under tough conditions as facilities are limited and a large tent at the show entrance will need to be erected. 259 more words

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Social Media Initiative Launched

Private aviation company, Kestrel Aircraft, has realised that a corporate shift has become necessary for them to communicate with their customers via a new social media initiative and is embracing the platforms as a ‘primary conduit to the general aviation industry’. 118 more words

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