➤ Second Challenger 300 joins Chantilly charter fleet  |  ➤ Former LifeFlight pilot makes major aeromedical donation
Read this email online

A weekly bulletin of business aviation news - December 6, 2022

Top dogs
Air Hamburg, Air Alsie and SaxonAir are judged excellent
Shareholder backing
Fresh capital sets Lilium on the path to manned flight
Proof in the pudding
First sustainable flight departments are accredited by the NBAA
30 Years
Record-breaking ball
Jetex achieves a Guinness World Records title in celebration of football’s greatest show on Earth.

Jetex sets world record for giant football

A giant installation at the Jetex terminal in Dubai has been validated by Guinness World Records as the world's largest fibreglass sculpture of a supported sphere that resembles a giant football.
Read the full story

List your jobs for free
Cream of the crop
The Challenger 300 will be based in the Washington DC area.

Second Challenger 300 joins Chantilly charter fleet

Chantilly Air continues to grow with this latest charter fleet addition that will bring coast to coast and international capability to its Washington DC-based operations.
Read the full story

Business Air News Handbook
Multi-million dollar gift
The LifeFlight Air Ambulance jet fleet is vital for people in rural and regional areas across Queensland.

Former LifeFlight pilot makes major aeromedical donation

John Lewis has been instrumental in the development and success of LifeFlight's air ambulance fleet, and has now donated a sum that will provide support for years to come through the sale of his half of the Aeromed JV.
Read the full story

Top dogs
London Southend Jet Centre was placed joint second for Handling Agent/FBO of the Year.

Air Hamburg, Air Alsie and SaxonAir are judged excellent

A night of fine dining was topped off with the awards for excellence in a number of categories that recognised The ACA member teams from across all sectors of the business aviation industry.
Read the full story

Shareholder backing
Lilium investor Honeywell is to provide the avionics systems, flights controls and electric motors used to guide and power the jet.

Fresh capital sets Lilium on the path to manned flight

Proceeds from Lilium's latest funding round will be used to advance commercialisation and means of compliance, as well as assembly of the type-conforming aircraft for the final manned flight test campaign.
Read the full story

Proof in the pudding

First sustainable flight departments are accredited by the NBAA

The accreditation programme encourages participating organisations to think and act critically, implementing as many sustainability strategies as possible while recognising the diversity of business aviation operations.
Read the full story

You are receiving this email because you have requested it.
If you would prefer not to receive future Business Air News Bulletin emails, please visit your personal home page to unsubscribe, or send an email to Janet Edwards, janet@businessairnews.com, who will be pleased to help. © Copyright of Stansted News Limited 2022. Terms & Conditions and privacy policy.