From visual signaling to the globally connected passenger, pilot and plane
Flying in the old days was a heroic adventure for the aircraft, pilot and passengers. 382 more words
CHECK OUT August 16, 2016 article on General Aviation delivery summary for 1st half of 2016.
The Learjet product line is about to end anytime soon, as Bombardier looks to sell the brand, which it bought in 1990 for $US 75 million and took on $US 38 million debt, in fact the ONLY aerospace acquisition where hundreds of millions of taxpayers dollars were not involved (like Canada’s Canadair and de Havilland and Shorts in the UK). 929 more words
Here’s a quick look at Italy state-of-the-art in business aviation, according to EBAA, European Business Aviation Association.
Italy is the fourth European market for business jets, after France,Germany and UK and followed by Switzerland. 11 more words
There’s a lot of talk lately about FANS 1/A+ CPDLC and ADS-C, but what does it really mean to operators? What is truly the value? … 308 more words
Bombardier’s C Series CS100 was delivered to its launch customer, SWISS, on Wednesday, June 29, 2016. I had the distinct pleasure of representing Rockwell Collins as one of the passengers on the maiden demonstration flight around the Montreal area. 331 more words
The Future of Business Aviation written for Estate and Manor Magazine
This years EBACE convention (the European Business Aviation Convention) really gave me some food for thought, after having the opportunity to view some of the static aircraft displays, view new aircraft to the market, and chat to some exhibitors. 548 more words