All Business Jets articles – Page 7

  • Jetfly pc-12
    News

    Pilatus delivers 1,700th PC-12 to Jetfly

    2019-11-26T13:54:00Z

    Pilatus has delivered its 1,700th PC-12, around 25 years after the first example of the single-engined turboprop entered service.

  • King air 350 mod
    News

    Beechcraft King Air 350 gets nose modification

    2019-11-25T14:14:00Z

    The Beechcraft King Air 350 twin-engined turboprop family is now available with a nose modification that adds an extra 0.34cb m (12cb ft) of volume, for up to 113kg (250lb) of additional payload.

  • JCAB Longitude
    News

    JCAB acquires Citation Longitude for flight inspection missions

    2019-11-25T12:41:00Z

    Textron Aviation has sold a Cessna Citation Longitude to the Japan Civil Aviation Bureau (JCAB). Scheduled for delivery in 2021, the super-midsize business jet will be configured for flight inspection and calibration missions, joining the JCAB’s fleet of five CJ4’s light twins in service.

  • Dominique Leroux
    Interview

    INTERVIEW. Bringing intelligent pricing to the travel industry

    2019-11-21T14:28:00Z

    Dominique Leroux is vice-president of marketing at advanced airfare analytics company, Infare which uses large data sets to help airlines, airports and travel agents optimise their revenue management

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    Analysis

    Business jet shipments strongest for a decade

    2019-11-20T18:03:00Z

    Business jet output for the first nine months of 2019 reached its highest level for a decade, due to the introduction and production ramp-up of a slew of new and long-awaited aircraft models, and renewed confidence in the market from its customer base.

  • News

    Switzerland's Smartflyer seeks funding for hybrid-electric SFX1

    2019-11-19T10:47:00Z

    Swiss start-up Smartflyer is making its air show debut in Dubai, where it is seeking to attract investment its SFX1 hybrid-electric aircraft programme.

  • shenzen
    News

    Shenzhen Sunwin makes its international debut with UAV duo

    2019-11-18T11:39:00Z

    Chinese Technology company Shenzhen Sunwin is making its international debut at the show, where it hopes to raise awareness among exhibitors and visitors of its Eagle family of unmanned air vehicles. Sunwin is also hoping to attract potential partners and distributors who can help to promote its line-up, which includes ...

  • jet aviation
    News

    Jet Aviation partners with University of South Wales

    2019-11-17T14:02:00Z

    Jet Aviation and the University of South Wales have joined forces to help support the development of aspiring aviation professionals based at their Dubai locations.

  • Praetor 500
    News

    Praetor 500 makes show debut as local interest builds

    2019-11-17T13:42:00Z

    Embraer is launching its Praetor 500 business jet on the Dubai air show static, and says it has already secured significant interest in the high-performance midsize type from customers in the Middle East.

  • SD Post Flight
    News

    DUBAI: Satcom Direct debuts PostFlight web-based software

    2019-11-17T07:54:28Z

    ​Aircraft connectivity provider Satcom Direct is debuting its SD PostFlight platform which it describes as an “industry-first, web-based software, [that] automatically populates the aircraft flight log with all available data relating to flight times and cycle events for each leg of a journey”.

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    In depth

    Gallery of the best images from the 2019 Dubai airshow

    2019-11-17T07:25:00Z

    All the best images from the 2019 Dubai Airshow, captured from on the ground in the United Arab Emirates. Catch up on all the latest news, in-depth analysis and opinion from the show here.

  • News

    DUBAI: Lufthansa Technik puts A220 observation deck concept on view

    2019-11-16T12:34:03Z

    Imagine reclining on a sofa on your business jet with a pilot’s-eye view through the cockpit window.

  • News

    DUBAI: Jet Aviation strengthens Saudi presence in Riyadh

    2019-11-16T12:32:34Z

    Jet Aviation has returned to the show with news that it is to invest in a new state-of-the-art facility at its base in King Khalid International airport in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia. The move is designed to “demonstrate its ongoing commitment to the region” and to “accommodate future traffic volume increases” ...

  • News

    DUBAI: L3Harris promotes custom paint business

    2019-11-16T09:44:56Z

    L3Harris Technologies has returned to Dubai to promote its “custom” paint services business, as part a wider MRO offering from the US company.

  • News

    DUBAI: Empire Aviation expands into Egypt

    2019-11-16T09:41:37Z

    ​Business aviation services company Empire Aviation announced at show the launch of an aircraft management operation in Egypt, with a Bombardier Global 6000, the first aircraft to be inducted into the fleet.

  • Embraer-Praetor-600
    News

    Strong Praetor 600 sales boost Embraer's nine-month order intake

    2019-11-13T16:47:00Z

    Robust sales of the Praetor 600 business jet resulted in the strongest nine-month order intake for Embraer’s Executive Jets division for five years.

  • eStarling
    News

    Samad to launch luxury spin-off of eStarling

    2019-11-12T18:15:00Z

    UK start-up Samad Aerospace has begun building a 50% scale model of its six-seat eStarling hybrid-electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) aircraft, and says it will “commercialise” a version of this scaled design, and bring it to market in 2022 as a two-seat hyper-luxury aircraft and utility vehicle.

  • Gulfstream G650
    News

    Airspace per-seat members-only operator readies for launch

    2019-11-12T11:49:54Z

    ​A new company, billed as the first members-only operator to offer per-seat scheduled charter services on long-range business jets, is poised to begin services on 6 December with New York to Fort Lauderdale its first route.

  • Richard Hill
    Interview

    INTERVIEW: Overseeing strategy at London City airport

    2019-11-07T16:10:00Z

    A accountant and experienced pilot, Richard Hill oversees London City airport s relations with airlines and has responsibility for implementing the hub s development strategy as chief commercial officer

  • Epic
    News

    Epic E1000 secures US certification

    2019-11-07T14:51:58Z

    ​Epic Aircraft has secured US Federal Aviation Administration type certification for the E1000, concluding a seven-year development-effort for the high-performance, single-engined turboprop.