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OCTOBER 2011

issue 18

2              Industry round up

8              Saudia Private Aviation – standing at the forefront

12           Powering the dream

14           Aftermarket boost for Cessna

18           Al Bateen: living the Abu Dhabi dream

22           BizJet International: it’s a question of value

24           CRS Jet Spares

28           Shannon: a small slice of America

31           TAG Aviation

34           Cabin Management Systems: spoilt for choice

36           Comlux brings even heavier metal to the market

38           Aviation’s ubiquitous iPad

42           No standing still for Jet Aviation in the Middle East

44           The return of refurbishment

46           On course

48           Quote, compare, book & buy

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  • Al Bateen: living the Abu Dhabi dream

    Having taken up the reins as General Manager of Al Bateen Executive Airport, Steve Jones is busy implementing ADAC’s plan to realise this airport’s full potential as a dedicated business aviation ...

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  • BizJet International: it’s a question of value

    There is a small slice of German-owned industry tucked away in Tulsa, Oklahoma, called BizJet International Sales and Support, Inc. As a member of the Lufthansa Technik Group, this US based facility o...

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  • Cabin Management Systems: spoilt for choice

    Connectivity has long been a popular requirement for executive aircraft, with its promise of the ability to transfer one’s office to the clouds. At the same time, personal electronic devices have pr...

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  • Aftermarket boost for Cessna

    Cessna has seen signs of business aviation resurgence through its aftermarket sales and support operations. Phil Nasskau speaks to Brad Thress, Senior Vice President of Jet Products Business fo...

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  • Comlux brings even heavier metal to the market

    Fly Comlux, the private charter division of Comlux The Aviation Group, is celebrating a very special event: the putting into operation a 767-200ER in VIP configuration. Jo Murray speaks to Richard Gao...

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  • CRS Jet Spares: managing commodities at home and away

    Armando Leighton, President, CRS Jet Spares has grown the business from his garage to the international market through supplying the right parts at the right time and with the right attitude to custom...

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  • The return of refurbishment

    Flying Colours Corp, the Canadian based service company which specialises in interior completions on new and pre-owned business aircraft, is making some very positive noises about market recovery. Its...

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  • IACOBUCCI|HF Seats: the most exclusive mix of design and comfort

    13 June 2018 – Ferentino (FR), ITALY.  A sleek modern design and the use of premium materials, make  the IACOBUCCI HF VIP Seats the most exclusive choice for private jet customers.  Unique...

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  • Aviation’s ubiquitous iPad

    It may come as a surprise to some that many people are not sure what an Apple iPad is for. Is it a camera? Is it a computer? Is it something on a plane? The last suggestion now has a kernel of truth, ...

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  • No standing still for Jet Aviation in the Middle East

    For more than 30 years Jet Aviation has had a vibrant Middle East presence. It has recently signed a deal to operate at Al Bateen Executive Airport, having already been in business for decades in Saud...

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  • Saudia Private Aviation – standing at the forefront

    Saudia Private Aviation (SPA) is a strategic business unit of Saudi Arabia Airlines. It has a fleet which offers both ultra long range and regional capability and has also partnered up – namely with...

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  • Shannon: a small slice of America

    On February 23, 2010, the US Department of Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano and US Ambassador to Ireland Daniel M Rooney formally announced the expansion of preclearance services for priva...

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  • TAG Aviation: aircraft management has been a resounding success

    TAG Aviation has become central to business aviation over the last 40 years and yet, with its finger in a whole host of pies, it is sometimes difficult to define exactly what is core to this Swiss-bas...

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  • Quote, compare, book & buy

    A new model is emerging for buying private charter. It is informed, transparent, market-driven and technology-enabled. We have seen a number of platforms emerge – from airlines, pilots, air taxi ope...

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