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  • Dnata ties up with Dubai’s Empire Aviation to offer ‘luxury air travel’

    Emirates Group's ground services division Dnata is expanding its business jet charter business...

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  • ImperialJet signs with Bombardier for training

    News | 16 May 2012 15:00 | John Croft

    Beirut-based ImperialJet has signed a three-year agreement with Bombardier to train the fractional ownership and charter company's pilots and engineers/mechanics assigned to the Learjet 60, Learjet 60XR, Challenger 604 and Challenger 605.http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/ImperialJet-signs-with-Bombardier-for-training-371901/
  • NASA revives X-plane hopes with environmental goals

    News | 22 Nov 2010 00:00 | Stephen Trimble

    Can NASA meet a challenging list of environmental goals? The agency's aeronautics branch could achieve its aims with full-scale testbeds - if it can obtain funding ...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/NASA-revives-X-plane-hopes-with-environmental-goals-349977/
  • NBAA 09: Projet approval

    News | 21 Oct 2009 18:00 | Kate Sarsfield

    ProJet Aviation has clinched Transportation Security Administration approval to operate into Reagan International...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/NBAA-09-Projet-approval-333771/
  • Business aviation briefs

    News | 28 Apr 2009 13:00 | Kate Sarsfield

    Business aviation services provider Jet Aviation has strengthened its managed business aircraft...http://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Business-aviation-briefs-325735/
  • Can Dubai ride it out?

    News | 04 Nov 2008 00:00 | Murdo Morrison

    <P>With its economy dependent on international trade, city's bustling business aviation community is more exposed to global shocks</P> <P>With few natural resources, <A href="http://www.dubai.ae/en.portal">Dubai</A> has in the past quarter century transformed itself from a sleepy port to global trading hub and glamorous holiday destination. From its radical policy of inviting airlines to compete as part of an open skies policy with its domestic carrier Emirates to selling real estate to international investors, its success has been based on the rules of the souk and opening its economy to those happy to come in and compete.</P> <P>In many ways, its business aviation sector is a microcosm of its wider economy. While its richer neighbour Abu Dhabi has opted to officially back a small handful of charter operators, providing them with hundreds of millions of dollars of funds to acquire aircraft, Dubai has relied largely on outside players to provide the impetus. </P> <P>The city remainhttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/Can-Dubai-ride-it-out-318640/
  • EBACE 2008: The Empire strikes gold

    News | 20 May 2008 16:00

    <P>Emirates Group’s ground services division Dnata is expanding its business jet charter business following a tie-up with local operator Empire Aviation Group (EAG) to meet the growing demand for premium services in the Gulf.<BR><BR>Called “Luxury Air Travel by Dnata”, the new business builds on an existing tie-up with Abu Dhabi-based Royal Jet, says Dnata Travel’s divisional senior vice-president Iain Andrew. "We're seeing increasing requests for corporate charters as premium airline seats are often hard to get hold of in the region.”<BR><BR>These requests are often made at the last minute, says Andrew: “For example, 10 passengers can show up at Dnata’s first-class counter and say ‘we want to fly to London now.”<BR><BR>EAG received its air operator’s certificate in late 2007 and its fleet comprises six business jets - one Bombardier Challenger 604, one Dassault Falcon 900EX, one Embraer Legacy and three Hawker 800/850XPs. The company operates from one of Dubai International Airport’shttp://www.flightglobal.com/news/articles/EBACE-2008-The-Empire-strikes-gold-223871/