JUNE 2011

issue 17
4             Industry round up
12           A two-pronged approach
14           “It’s all about the service,” says Seno
16           Single and lovin’ it
18           GE’s billion-dollar baby
20           ConnectJets – changing the perception
24           Emerging markets boost investor confidence
30           Form follows function at ACJC
32           Swings and roundabouts
34           Global Flight Solutions: part of the new breed
36           Think ARINC and think communications
40           London City: convenient and friendly
44           A flexible, executive, business jet
47           Munich Executive Airport: a honey pot for growth

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  • Form follows function at ACJC

     Sylvain Mariat is the Head of Creative Design at Airbus Corporate Jet Centre (ACJC). He says that when it comes to cabin interior design, boils down to satisfying the customer. However, there is no ...

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  • Think ARINC and think communications

    For 80 years ARINC has been providing the aviation industry with the means to communicate. Today, ARINC has developed a major presence in the business aviation world by transposing the knowledge gaine...

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  • Citi celebrates: the market is rebounding

    Mary Schwartz, Managing Director and Head of Global Aircraft Finance at Citi Private Bank, says that Citi has seen plenty of aircraft trading activity in the last few months. Jo Murray asks her what h...

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  • Swings and roundabouts

    Political instability has swept across the Middle East since the start of 2011, and this has had a knock-on effect on everyone’s charter business. Phil Nasskau reports on the swings and the roundabo...

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  • ConnectJets – changing the perception

    To engage another level of customer you have to change the message, says Gabriella Somerville, Founder and Managing Director of ConnectJets. She says business aviation is for the aspirational consumer...

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  • Rosemary Kacungira, Founder, CEO EQUITY AVIATION

    Those who have been receiving our services know Rosemary Kacungira for more than 12 years. Mostly they know me as the name at the bottom of the emails we send each day I receive their request. Some of...

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  • A flexible, executive, business jet

    A custom designed, executive business jet that, with the addition of winglets, offers a non-stop flight capability from Dubai to London carrying up to 48 passengers, yet does not break the bank, seems...

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  • Emerging markets boost investor confidence

    The last two years have not been the best of times for business aviation. However, a recent International Corporate Jet & Helicopter Finance Conference in London suggested that the industry is e...

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  • GE’s billion-dollar baby

    For GE’s Brad Mottier, Vice President, Business & General Aviation, it has been a good three years. When the parent, GE Aviation, decided to set up a pure GA and business aviation division, it s...

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  • Global Flight Solutions: part of the new breed

    Out of the former Formula One hangar at London’s Biggin Hill Airport is emerging a new business run by a team with long-standing experience. Global Flight Solutions, with Chief Executive Officer Pau...

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  • “It’s all about the service,” says Seno

    Lou Seno is the Chief Executive Officer of JSSI, the largest independent provider of hourly cost maintenance programmes for business aircraft and engines. He has just completed a full year overseeing ...

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  • London City: convenient and friendly

    London City Airport (LCY) boasts excellent transport links, proximity to a major world class financial centre and is compact enough to soothe even the most apprehensive of traveller. It is also friend...

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  • Single and lovin’ it

    Swiss-based Pilatus says living the single life is just grand, and although it will admit that it is working on something new, it will not break the silence about the new addition to the family. Howev...

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  • Munich Executive Airport: a honey pot for growth

    Deep in Bavaria sits Munich Executive Airport. It is located at Oberpfaffenhofen at the site of the former Dornier plant. The FBO is operated by Rheinland Air Service (RAS) and Thomas Mayr is the FBO ...

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  • A two-pronged approach: rising from the Middle East and Europe

    There is nothing like a two-pronged approach to taking the market by storm. That is exactly what Rizon Jet is doing from both its headquarters in Doha, Qatar, and at its brand new London Biggin Hill f...

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