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Tuesday
Apr252017

London Oxford Airport Welcomes Travion, its First Flight Management Company

Entrepreneurial all female-owned company will raise quality standards in the flight support industry.

Travion Ltd has selected London Oxford Airport as its worldwide operations base.   With its convenient location, comprehensive infrastructure and a ready supply of skilled staff, London Oxford Airport was chosen as an ideal location for this expanding Flight Management company.

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Tuesday
Apr252017

CTP Aviation Adds a Second Challenger 350

“We are excited to add a second Challenger 350 to our growing line of Bombardier products. Our experience with the venerable 300 made this an easy choice; it has proven to be an exceptionally capable and reliable aircraft. The 350 is perfectly suited for all aspects of our charter business”, said Craig Zirzow, Vice President of Sales for CTP Aviation.

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Tuesday
Apr252017

Latitude 33 Aviation’s Adds Another Phenom 300

The light jet Phenom 300 is based in Carlsbad, California and seats up to 9 passengers. Contact Latitude 33 for your charter inquiry at charter@l33jets.com or call 760-385-3610. 

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Tuesday
Apr252017

Desert Jet Welcomes a Bombardier Challenger 300 to its Expanding Charter Fleet

“We are excited to offer this beautiful aircraft to our customers who want the comfort and convenience of nonstop flights to the East Coast,” said Denise Wilson, President and CEO of Desert Jet.

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Monday
Apr242017

GainJet Establishes European Medevac Base at London Stansted with Challenger 604

This is the second medevac base for GainJet – its original base in Kuwait still operating with another Challenger 604 medevac aircraft. GainJet group CEO, Captain Ramsey Shaban, states “we have a long-term mission to fully establish our medevac operation to cover the needs of our clients within our market territory. Our Kuwait medevac base is fully functioning so we felt confident in expanding this service further. We noticed a lack of long range medevac aircraft in the U.K and found London Stansted to be an ideal base for this operation. The next step for us is to set up a medevac base in Kigali, Rwanda to serve the African market which does not have easy access to reliable, long range medevac aircraft.”

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Friday
Apr212017

London Oxford Airport Sees Trend in Larger Bizjets

London Oxford Airport finished 2016 as the sixth busiest London airport for business and general aviation – ahead of London City Airport – and entered 2017 as the 16th busiest in Europe – in front of London Stansted and Northolt – according to the latest data from WINGX and Eurocontrol. 

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Friday
Apr212017

Pazos FBO in Puerto Rico Rebranded as Jet Aviation San Juan

The newly branded Jet Aviation San Juan FBO is the only FBO in Puerto Rico with a full-service, onsite U.S. Customs and Border Protection terminal to facilitate convenient customs, immigration and agriculture processing of international flights. It is considered one of the most convenient U.S. airports of entry in the Caribbean for South American and European flights connecting to the U.S mainland.
“We are pleased to be working with President Jose Maldonado and his team of 61 employees at the former Pazos FBO,” said Smith. “Together they have built an impressive operation that delivers excellent service to customers.”

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Thursday
Apr132017

ABACE2017 Highlights Enthusiasm for Business Aviation

“ABACE appears to have met or exceeded everyone’s expectations,” said NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen. “The industry continues to see opportunities in the region, as illustrated in part by the introduction of two aircraft models displayed for the first time in China. We were also pleased with the strong support for general aviation shown by government leaders here. Clearly, there continues to be enormous potential for business aviation in China, and across Asia.”

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Thursday
Apr132017

Jet Aviation Adds Three Business Jets to Management Fleet in Asia

Jet Aviation has signed three new aircraft management agreements in Asia in the past six months. These include a Global 6000 and two Gulfstream G650, all of which are based in Hong Kong. The company currently manages 33 aircraft in Asia.

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Wednesday
Apr122017

Execujet Middle-East | Commander – Global Vision (Owner Employed)

ExecuJet delivers excellence in a comprehensive range of business aviation services tailored to our clients and partners. We are dedicated to safety and strive for creating a fulfilling workplace through cultivating genuine, open and engaging relationships with passionate colleagues.

ExecuJet is currently seeking a suitably qualified person to fill a vacancy within the Flight Operations department, based in Riyadh.

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