issue 40

In this Winter 2017 EVA, we have a set of propellers, this time attached to the superlative King Air. We have rotors too, as we look inside Airbus Helicopters’ H160 test programme, plus an intimate view of the forthcoming Gulfstream G500 and G600, from perhaps the ultimate programme insiders.

And then there’s Argos VIP’s colourful CEO Loris Di Filippo, who reveals his very determined approach to doing business in Italy.

We hope you enjoy the issue.

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  • Chasing Greatness

    Margie Goldsmith talked to Michael Yormark, President & Chief of Branding and Strategy at Shawn ‘Jay Z’ Carter’s Roc Nation Sports Michael Yormark is President & Chief of Branding an...

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  • Italian Ambition

    Under the hard-headed guidance of Loris De Filippo, Argos VIP has revolutionised Italy’s FBO provision in little more than a decade Italy’s most prolific FBO provider, Argos VIP operates ten faci...

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  • Global Fixation

     EVA takes a look at the capabilities of Bombardier’s new Biggin Hill Service Centre and talks to Flying Colours about the demands of Global heavy maintenance On 18 May this year, Bombardier in...

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  • Testing The Next Generation

    With a business version due in 2020, Airbus Helicopters’ H160 Chief Test Pilot Olivier Gensse describes the type’s test programme to date and reveals something of the aircraft’s extraordinary c...

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  • The Gulfstream Way

    Dan Nale, Gulfstream Senior Vice President, Programs, Engineering and Test, and Scott McElvaine VP PW800 Program, provide an insiders’ view on the all-new G500 and G600 jets The industry is k...

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  • 1,000 Places To Be

    As Rockwell Collins announces its 1,000th Venue installation, EVA talks to Mathieu Noël, Bombardier’s Director Product Strategy, Industrial Design & Sales Engineering, to find out how it fits i...

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  • Life, Loves & Luxaviation

     Patrick Margetson-Rushmore recalls the parts a half-forgotten business card, flying lessons, a Nissen hut and two growing families played in creating Luxaviation UK In 1996, Patrick Margetson-Ru...

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  • King Air Rules – OK?

    Still in production after five decades, the King Air combines modern technology with the traditional qualities that remain the essence of its greatness Early in the 1960s, Beechcraft developed a tw...

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  • Winglet Wonder

     Jo Clark, founder of Aviation Partners, stand as a legend all of his own, in an industry populated by remarkable, talented people. He shares his winglet odyssey in a way only he could The most b...

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  • FBO Round-up

     EVA’s first look at changes and developments in the global FBO market Asia ExecuJet, Indira Ghandi International Airport, India ExecuJet’s FBO facility in New Delhi, India has gained ...

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