Lots of things are really important when flying an aircraft—aerodynamics, engines, cockpit avionics—but when you consider that those are expected requirements from passengers, you start to differentiate that experience. 448 more words
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CityJet flight AF1558 received an RAF fighter jet escort last week following a failed communications system over the UK.
The Air France aircraft reportedly went off-course during its flight bound for Newcastle, losing part of its communications system over an area of Yorkshire. 51 more words
Today’s pilots have a lot to think about. Mandates, upgrades, maintenance, checks, keeping passengers happy, staying competitive, staying alert—there’s a lot. With today’s modern avionics systems, operators have increased flexibility to display more information than ever before. 707 more words
EBAA CEO, Fabio Gamba spoke out last week at a media event in Brussels, about the ‘lack of political will’ being at the root of the business aviation sector’s ability to make more use of regional airports in Europe. 78 more words
You’ve no doubt seen the recent headlines of U.S. President Barack Obama’s historic visit to Cuba. Not surprisingly, the interest in traveling to this beautiful island has drastically increased as well. 376 more words
The largest business aviation operator out of Hong Kong International Airport, Metrojet, will be celebrating 20 years of operation on 17th June 2017, an achievement which makes them proud, as pioneers according to Kitty Lau, the company’s senior marketing and product development executive. 38 more words