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Can new business aviation models fill in the void left by regional restructuring?

U.S. mainlines and regionals restructuring has left many points that were once the bread and butter of the regional airline industry without service. In Part 3 of my series for Centre for Aviation, I discuss whether or not new shuttles and air taxi models can help small communities regain air service. 35 more words

The Prince And Ryanair: Another Example On Why It's Hard To Get A Full Picture Of The Super Rich Via The Media

According to a recent email from Travel + Leisure Prince William flew Ryanair while traveling on business for his new employer, an air ambulance service. The brief goes on to note “insiders” say his wife Kate Middleton and Prince Harry fly budget airlines too! 465 more words

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JetBlue Makes First New York – Havana Flight

As a part of recent measures to improve relations between Cuba and the U.S. JetBlue have made its first flight from New York to Havana, becoming the first American airline to serve this route since restrictions were lifted at the beginning of the year. 53 more words

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Next Month’s LABACE at Conghonas Airport

The 12th LABACE, business aviation’s conference and exhibition, will be held at Conghonas Airport in Sao Paulo next month on 11th to 13th August, despite suggestions of a move to Campo de Marte airfield after the problems last year with the collapse of a hangar. 81 more words

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ARINCDirect FOS System New Features for Business Aviators

Rockwell Collins has announced that is has released a series of updates for its ARINCDirect Flight Operations System, FOS.

Also, FOS can now be integrated with their ARINCDirect safety management tools, providing access to flight and fatigue risk assessment via the Pulsar Infomatics Aviation Fatigue Metre suite, giving users instant identification capabilities for fatigue ‘hot spots’ across a given operational schedule. 43 more words

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South California Environmental Airspace Improvements – Draft Released by FAA

In a bid to improve efficiency and safety of the flow of air traffic in Southern California, the FAA and the US Dept. of Transportation have released a Draft Environmental Assessment (Draft EA) as a part of the… 65 more words

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Business Aviation Outlook

I’d like to share “Business Aviation Outlook 2014” presentation prepared  by ICH.
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