All General aviation articles – Page 10

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    Jet Aviation partners with Collins Aerospace on ADS-B upgrades


    Jet Aviation has signed an agreement with Collins Aerospace to buy 150 units of the GLU-2100 multi-mode receiver in preparation for performing avionics upgrades on Boeing BBJ 737 and 747 aircraft before the upcoming deadline for the ADS-B out mandate.

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    Electric aircraft dominate discussion again


    Some people say the electric aircraft revolution has arrived. Others say: "Hogwash!"

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    European business aviation capacity faces multiple challenges


    ​Business aviation across European airspace will face a series of squeezes if the rapid growth of commercial air traffic continues and there is no major investment in infrastructure and procedures, warns the head of Eurocontrol.

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    TAG Farnborough set for another record year


    TAG Farnborough is expecting another record year for movements in 2019, on the back of rising demand for the UK's only dedicated business aviation airport, situated about 35 miles (56km) southwest of London.

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    Half of PC-24 positions sold in second order round


    Pilatus has sold half of its PC-24 positions within days of reopening the orderbook for the superlight business jet.

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    Piaggio bullish for its future


    Piaggio Aerospace may be down, but it is far from out. That is the message from the Italian airframer, which, despite going into administration last November, is here at EBACE with the P180 Avanti Evo and upbeat about its future.

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    Greenpoint tempts attendees with VIP-configured 777X


    Business aircraft buyers seeking a VIP-configured variant of Boeing’s newest widebody will not want to bypass Greenpoint Technologies’ booth.

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    Viasat peers into future of onboard connectivity


    With its Ka-band in-flight connectivity system now certificated for use on super-midsize business jets, satellite company Viasat is offering visitors to its stand a glimpse into the future of how it can enhance the onboard entertainment and working experience.

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    Jet aviation details global FBO expansion plans


    Jet Aviation will relocate to a larger facility at Riyadh’s King Khalid International airport later this year, and has announced further investments across its FBO network as it embarks on a global expansion programme.

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    Honeywell unveils new route optimisation technology


    Honeywell Aerospace has unveiled new route optimisation technology to cover Eurocontrol routes, which will be incorporated into its GoDirect Flight Planning service.

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    Collins performs first Stage IFE system line fit


    Collins Aerospace has added a wired option to its Stage on-demand wireless in-flight entertainment product, and has for the first time carried out a line-fit installation of the system on a Dassault Falcon.

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    VIDEO: Catch up on day 2 of EBACE 2019


    Day 2 of EBACE 2019 began with a call to the business aviation community to embrace new technology that support environmentalism - and it didn't stop there!

  • Analysis

    ANALYSIS: Gulfstream aims to perfect portfolio with G600


    The Gulfstream G600 felt like a rocket as it zipped south at nearly the speed of sound during a demonstration flight in March.

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    Guardian Jet bullish as it rolls out latest asset management tool


    The two brothers behind business aircraft brokerage and consulting firm Guardian Jet are feeling bullish about the market as they roll out a third iteration of their Vault software tool, which they say enables users to more easily find aircraft to buy and track the value of their own assets.

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    Vision Jets return to service after grounding


    Cirrus Aircraft has returned to EBACE with the Vision Jet to announce that the issue with aircraft's angle of attack sensor that forced its grounding by the US Federal Aviation Administration in April is now resolved and the fleet has returned to service.

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    Satcom Direct warns of growing cybersecurity threat to business aviation


    More than three-quarters of the business aircraft protected by Satcom Direct's cybersecurity solution have been targeted by cyber criminals and attacks are on the increase, underscoring the growing importance of investing in preventative measures.

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    Comlux Completions outfits and delivers first VVIP widebody


    Comlux Completion has delivered its first VIP widebody project with the handover of an Airbus ACJ330 to a private owner.

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    New Vertis app brings business jet travel to the masses


    Swiss business jet charter firm Vertis Aviation aims to "democratise" private air travel by offering fares comparable to those charged by commercial airlines for premium-class tickets, through the launch of a new booking app that enables people to book individual seats.

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    Bombardier pays tribute to Niki Lauda


    The industry is today mourning one of business aviation's highest-profile ambassadors, Niki Lauda, whose death at the age of 70 was announced early this morning.

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    Gogo partners with ForeFlight on aircraft GPS app


    ​In-flight connectivity provider Gogo Business Aviation has teamed up with ForeFlight to deliver GPS aircraft location information throughout the cockpit and cabin, without the need to install additional onboard hardware.