issue 38

Welcome to the Summer edition of the magazine as we get set for Geneva. We detect the faintest whiff of a possibility of the chance of growing optimism among the industry’s operators and service providers. The people who know seem to think that better times are ahead. Perhaps.

All else being equal, Duncan Aviation’s Tim Barber thinks President Trump may eventually turn out to be good for business aviation, but Luxaviation UK’s Patrick Margetson-Rushmore cautions that Brexit might become a troublesome fly in the ointment, at least for European operators.

Our cover story and HNWI feature this issue, focusses on Number 1 New York Times best-selling author, entrepreneur, philanthropist and life coach, Tony Robbins.

We hope you enjoy the issue.

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  • Tony Robbins: Leadership quality

    Margie Goldsmith met Number 1 New York Times best-selling author, entrepreneur, philanthropist and life coach Tony Robbins. Six-foot-seven, 57-year old Tony Robbins is a Number 1 New York Times...

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  • Widebody ambitions

    [caption id="attachment_5384" align="aligncenter" width="374"] A350 Welcome Home by Michael "Skyboek" Reichenecker for Lufthansa Technik AG[/caption] GDC Technics and Lufthansa Techniks experts wor...

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  • Plane addiction

    Moon Jet Group CEO James Moon and COO Jas Hawker enthuse about business, flying and planes, with a refreshingly positive spin on the future. I’m addicted to aviation! I’m plane crazy and ou...

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  • Perfect panorama

    Specialist jet photographer Helmut Harringer explains how he creates his beautifully executed aircraft cabin panoramic tours. Specialist jet photographer Helmut Harringer is carving a significa...

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  • Rugged executive

    Pilatus PC-12 NG pilot and UK agent Edwin Brenninkmeyer enthuses over the PT6A-powered executive, reaching places other pilots can only dream of With a reputation for rugged performance forged...

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  • Sampling service

    Tom Willis takes a whistle-stop tour around a selection of Europe’s top FBOs, discovering what they offer and what gives each its unique character. Fixed base operators (FBOs) – commercial org...

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  • Commsoft OASES

    EVA talked to Commsoft Managing Director Nick Godwin about the company’s OASES MRO system and his ambition to see its widespread use in corporate aviation. Nick Godwin is Managing Director of...

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  • Juggling jets

    Patrick Margetson-Rushmore describes Luxaviation UK’s aircraft management service, revealing how it takes care of everything, from MRO to Smarties   Patrick Margetson-Rushmore was a f...

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  • Caveated optimisim

    Rick Adams examines the pre-owned market and discovers a gradual return to optimism amid brokers on both sides of the Atlantic "Every year there’s a bundle of people, always the same suspects...

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  • UAS LinkEvolution

    UAS International Trip Support is using the EBACE show as launch platform for its LinkEvolution connectivity product, the new addition to the Evolution Suite. UAS International Trip Support has...

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  • A-Group’s Russian FBOs

    A-Group operates international-standard FBOs at Moscow  Sheremetyevo and St Petersburg Pulkovo airports, serving Russia’s primary business aircraft destinations. Russia’s A-Group owns FBOs...

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  • Bring on the fans

    An examination of the turbofans powering today’s production business jets, including the latest Passport and PW800 engines The quest for reduced emissions, increased fuel efficiency and lower...

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