issue 37

This edition see's the welcome of our new editor, Paul E. Eden, who will continue to bring you the fantastic stories that you want to read. You can learn more about Paul in the foreword of the printed edition, or clicking below for the digital edition.

Our cover feature focusses on the brothers behind UAS International Trip Support and how it has become a global company. John Paul DeJoria is our HNWI profile. He discusses John Paul Mitchell Hair Systems, tequila and other business.

​All that and more with features on MRO, new jets and turboprops and the advance of inflight movie technology.

​We hope you enjoy the issue.

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Featured in this issue

  • Accessing the Inaccessible

    In less than two decades, UAS International Trip Support has grown into a global business and VIP facilitator, enabling every conceivable aspect of travel from catering to overflight permits. Its vas...

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  • Homeless Salesman to $4-billion Empire

    Success unshared is failure,” says billionaire philanthropist John Paul DeJoria, co-founder and Chairman of the Board of John Paul Mitchell Hair Systems. The world’s largest privately held salon h...

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  • Smoothing the Ride

    Cabin connectivity has become something passengers expect in business and commercial aviation. Business and VIP passengers demand video conferencing, email, web browsing and live content just as they ...

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  • London City? La Mole? Legacy 450!

    In January 2016, Belgium’s ASL and partner company Smartair introduced EMBRAER Legacy 450 OO-NEY as the first of its type registered in Europe and the first offered for charter anywhere in the world...

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  • Optimising the viewing experience

    We no longer expect to watch a movie at home. Instead we expect to be immersed in a movie experience, and it’s an expectation carried over into the cabin. Consumers have been swayed by a raft of sc...

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  • Flying Fit

    Rarely has a simple abbreviation encompassed so vast a discipline. Consider a complete 747-8 BBJ cabin refurbishment, a Citation tyre change, King Air deep service, IFE software update or an engineer...

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  • Burning & Turning in 2017

    From continued product improvement, through flight testing, certification, first delivery and new product development, 2017 promises to be an interesting year for business jets and turboprops. While ...

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