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CORSIA to remove 2020 emissions from calculation

IBAC director Kurt Edwards is happy that 2020 emissions will be removed from CORSIA, adding: “We hope that ICAO's considerations for the next phases will recognise exceptional circumstances caused by the pandemic.”

July 13, 2020   Full report

There's nothing like a shiny new facility to boost morale.

San Antonio facility is right at the cutting edge

Though it will be holding off grand opening celebrations until later, Cutter Aviation is delighted with its complex at San Antonio, which includes 38,000 sq ft of hangar and office space with a lobby and conference room.

July 12, 2020   Full report

Jet Aviation extends warm greeting to hullo

Through the hullo Aircrew platform, thousands of crew can be contacted with a few clicks of the mouse. This will be a handy tool for Jet Aviation, and more than 3,000 crew have already signed up to the technology.

July 12, 2020   Full report

Meridian's values are said to align well with Jet Linx.

Jet Linx takeover of Meridian creates substantial fleet

With a heritage that dates back to 1946 at Teterboro, Meridian is a full-service FBO known for providing the New York metropolitan area with private aircraft fuelling, hangaring, maintenance, management and charter.

July 12, 2020   Full report

Auditor Wyvern was pleased to collaborate with Duncan Aviation.

Duncan's Lincoln and Provo FBOs ascend to Stage II

Duncan Aviation's facility in Provo just celebrated completion of its full-service maintenance and refurbishment facility to go with its FBO. Along with the Lincoln, Nebraska site, it has met IS-BAH Stage II requirements.

July 12, 2020   Full report

A performance improvement package allows the CL350 to fly up to 1,500 nm farther from short runways.

350th Challenger 350 is delivered inside six years

The Challenger 350 holds the title of best-selling super mid-size business jet for six consecutive years, capturing 43 per cent of market share in 2019. The 350th unit has been passed on to its customer.

July 11, 2020   Full report

The AS2 programme is gathering momentum.

Aerion races to make supersonic carbon neutral

Aerion and Carbon Engineering Ltd. will jointly assess requirements to power Aerion's AS2 supersonic business jet engine, the first jet set to fly at supersonic speeds with no boom reaching the ground, entirely on CE fuel.

July 11, 2020   Full report

The Praetor 500 and Praetor 600 were designed with the latest technologies, including the ability to move 100 per cent fresh air through the cabin.

Embraer enhances Praetor cabin experience

To enhance safety and cleanliness in the cabins of the Praetor 500 and 600, Embraer has developed an electric lavatory pocket door. It also promises a low cabin altitude and 100 per cent fresh air onboard.

July 11, 2020   Full report

Stratos Aircraft has invested significantly to support the production of the Stratos 716 and 716X. Its facilities total over 41,000 sq ft in Redmond, Oregon.

Roomy Stratos 716X handles well on first flight

The Stratos 716X will be offered as an experimental kit build aircraft while the 716 will be certified by the FAA for production. The single-engine VLJ is designed to cruise at 400 kts and is constructed from carbon fibre.

July 9, 2020   Full report

Jeff Lake hopes to make a splash at the helm of Duncan.

Duncan shuffles the pack to pave future path

Former Lincoln facility COO Jeff Lake is running Duncan Aviation day-to-day, Chad Doehring is COO at Provo, Mike Minchow has taken on extra responsibilities and sales specialist Ryan Huss is now part of the senior team.

July 8, 2020   Full report

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