issue 16

Rounding out 2010, this issue has a focus on the Legacy 650. While featuring interviews and features on Gulfstream, HondaJet, Bombardier and many more.

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  • Partnering in on air charter

    “This is an important year for us,” says Air Partner’s Director of Private Jets David Macdonald. Air Partner, one of the world’s leading charter providers, is approaching its 50th anniversary,...

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  • Siblings

    Bombardier is adding not one but two new siblings to its business aviation family with the introduction of the Global 7000 and Global 8000 aircraft, powered by GE Aviation’s new TechX engine technol...

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  • Speed king

    The Cessna Citation X has long been the fastest way to get from A to B in the civil world, until Gulfstream came along with the G650, which is set to displace the X. However, Cessna isn’t going to b...

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  • Dassault expands Middle Eastern presence

    Dassault and its iconic brand of Falcon business jets are expanding in the Middle East with the recent addition of a second service facility in the region. Phil Nasskau speaks to Region Sales and Mark...

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  • Delta Private Jets: leveraging a brand

    Delta Air Lines, Inc has announced that its wholly owned private jet subsidiary, Delta Air Elite, will now operate under the new brand of Delta Private Jets. The rebranding, says the airline, demonstr...

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  • Case proven for the Legacy 650

    When Embraer set out to demonstrate the credentials of the Legacy 650 through demonstrator flights, there is no doubt that it proved its case. There is a lot of performance, range and space for the $2...

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  • La vie en rose

    ExecuJet’s new FBO at Le Bourget, Paris, is very easy on the eye. It also sets a very high standard in terms of service delivery. Jo Murray visited this very graceful and highly aesthetic FBO   ...

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  • GE’s TechX: more than the sum of its parts

    Bombardier’s new Global 7000 and 8000 aircraft will feature next-generation GE Aviation’s TechX 16,500lb thrust engines. With entry into service scheduled for 2016 and 2017 respectively, what are ...

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  • HondaJet: powering the dream

    Honda is adamant that its first jet offering will be nothing short of a success, even amid the turmoil that the recent financial crisis has created. In fact it believes that, to some extent, it may ev...

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  • A very exciting time for the broking market

    Bargain hunting has characterised the pre-owned aircraft market in recent months. Buyers may well have started to return to the market but they are largely focused on bottom-dollar purchasing involvin...

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  • NetJets Europe: cautiously optimistic

    There is plenty going on at NetJets Europe. There is a new management team, a 10 year planning exercise and the new shape of the future operation to conjure with. In addition, there are the knock-on e...

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  • Registration, administration and structure

    Thinking of registering an aircraft on the Isle of Man Aircraft Registry? Charterhouse Lombard could be of assistance. Executive & VIP Aviation International (EVA) asks Richard Smith, Managing Dir...

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  • Qatar Executive: a growing presence

    Qatar Airways is one of the fastest growing international airlines operating one of the youngest fleets in the world. From its hub in Doha, the airline has developed a global network of destinations. ...

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  • Leading by Royal example

    Shane O’Hare is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Royal Jet, the award winning Abu Dhabi based operator of mostly BBJ and Gulfstream large cabin aircraft. He was brought on board to under...

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  • StandardAero: staying ahead of the market

    Scott Taylor (ST), Senior Vice President Business Aviation at StandardAero says the company will continue to stay abreast of the technology exhibited on newer aircraft. “It is ALL about understandin...

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  • Light jets gather at Oxford, UK

    The Very Light Jets Europe conference is now the Light Jets Europe conference, the change of name reflecting the greater maturity of the market and evolving technology. Don Parry was there  In...

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