issue 28

Positioned as it is in the last month of the year, MEBA provides the ideal opportunity for the business aviation sector to showcase what has been achieved through the year and to talk about what lies ahead for 2015. EVA wishes all our readers the very best in their efforts to take this industry to new heights, no pun intended, in the year ahead.

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Featured in this issue

  • Think global, act local…

    There is no smarter way to go into a new market other than by working with and through experienced and trustworthy local partners. When NEXUS expanded its operations into India and Africa, this was th...

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  • Laying the foundations for the future

    Ali Al Naqbi, Chairman of the Middle East and North Africa Business Aviation Association, MEBAA, has a visual presentation that shows, in four pictures, just how enormously business aviation has grown...

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  • Playing the China card

    With over 200 aircraft under management, mostly wide-body jets, the wholly owned NetJets Inc. subsidiary EJM (Executive Jet Management) has been a leader in providing jet management services to owners...

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  • From cars to planes, the games the same: customer satisfaction

    Randall Reed began his career as an automobile technician and now runs one of the largest independently owned Ford and Volkswagen dealership groups in Texas. His aviation business, Starbase Jet soars ...

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  • Mark Weingard: Depricatives trader turned Philanthropist

    It’s easy to compare 48-year-old Mark Weingard, a former derivatives trader to a cat with many lives because so far, Weingard has narrowly escaped death three times.  Weingard grew up in Manchester...

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  • Stand to attention

    When the time comes round for major repairs Middle East owners have something of a fondness for having their aircraft flown back to the factory that built them, particularly where Hawker jets are co...

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  • Ready to launch

    With launch and follow-on customers already signed up, the new director of Snecma’s Silvercrest engine programme, Eric Portejoie, has taken over the reins from former Silvercrest director Laurence F...

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  • Aircraft management: A long term relationship

    Very few business jet owners want the hassle of managing their own aircraft. The complexities involved are such that simply leaving it to the pilot is not going to get you very far. Moreover, many ...

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  • Squaring up to the big events

    In our EBACE FBO Special Report we featured the preparations for the Brazilian Football World Cup. At the time there was only a few weeks to go to the games and the Brazilian authorities had yet to de...

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  • Keep it in the family

    Keith Norris, Founder and Managing Director of Hadley Executive Chauffeur Service, is passionate about building long-term client relationships. Having his wife and two daughters in the company helps e...

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  • Nextant prepare its China hand

    Having taken up the torch for the time honoured art of remanufacturing, with a seat on the Board of the Remanufacturing Industries Council, Nextant Aerospace has increased its global reach with a new ...

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  • MRO: The ultimate service opportunity

    In many ways Maintenance and Repair Operations (MRO) look to have a built in buffer against the worst excesses of any down cycle in the global economy, while at the same time they stand to gain from a...

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  • Fueling the globe

    Air BP has been growing its global business aviation team as it continues to strengthen its focus on serving the business aviation community. Of particular relevance to this MEBA edition, as Air BP Gl...

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  • Beefing up the board

    When Avinode, the online portal provider to the charter market, bought out its US rival, CharterX,  in 2010, it acquired the aircraft operator safety audit specialist Wyvern as part of the deal, sinc...

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