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Wednesday
Sep132017

Jet Aviation San Juan Resumes Operations

Jet Aviation San Juan (Pazos) is pleased to announce that operations have been fully restored since Monday at Puerto Rico's Luis Munoz Marin International Airport TJSJ including onsite US customs clearance of international flights.

Wednesday
Sep132017

Bohlke International Airways Narrowly Escapes Grasp of Hurricane Irma: Sustains Operations to Support Relief Efforts

Having narrowly missed the massively destructive eyewall of category-five Hurricane Irma by 43 miles on Sept. 6, Bohlke International Airways’ St. Croix FBO and Part 145 repair station remains one of the only unharmed general aviation facilities in the Caribbean. STX is the closest operating airport to some of the locations most heavily affected by Hurricane Irma—including St. Thomas, St. John and the British Virgin Islands. As such, Bohlke International Airways’ STX FBO has become the staging hub for international relief efforts. They are also facilitating rescue and relief efforts for St. Maarten and St. Barths.

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Wednesday
Sep132017

Clay Lacy Raises $24,000 for Homeless Students in Orange County

“Angela, Jennifer and the dedicated team at FLOCK do an outstanding job, helping some amazing kids here in Orange County,” said Scott Cutshall, VP Brand Development, Clay Lacy Aviation. “We are honored to support FLOCK’S work and see these young adults achieve their dreams.”

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Wednesday
Sep132017

London Biggin Hill Airport Sees Record Attendance at ACE'17

Andy Patsalides, marketing manager, London Biggin Hill Airport, says: “At this year’s event we have seen a fantastic representation of exhibitors and this, combined with the ease of access to London Biggin Hill, has certainly helped to increase attendance.

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Wednesday
Sep132017

Grandview Jets Joins Air Charter Safety Foundation

“At Grandview Jets, safety is at the foundation of all our services,” said Grandview Jets Chief Pilot, Doug Bellet. “Our steadfast dedication to passenger safety and security is supported by a comprehensive and ongoing program of internal review and audits. Our membership heightens the validity of our commitment to safety, and we’re very pleased to have the support of the ACSF.”

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Wednesday
Sep132017

Executive Flight Services’ Managed Fleet Grows with New Aircraft and Technology

“The utility and overall performance of the Phenom 100 has been exceptional,” says Keith Plumb, Executive Flight Services president and CEO. “The 100 EV takes Embraer’s technological advances to the next level with the Garmin touchscreen flight deck, and operational enhancements in hot and high conditions. Our pilots are eager to realize the benefits for the owner.”

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Wednesday
Sep132017

Sun Air Jets Adds Citation X to its Charter Fleet

“The Citation X's speed, comfort, and style offers a best in class transportation experience for Sun Air's customers” stated Brian Counsil, Sun Air’s President and COO.  "The Citation X's ease of maintenance and customer support network are second to none,” according to Rob Cox, Sun Air’s Vice President and Director of Maintenance.  "The proven design concepts of the X series as well as the outstanding quality of the Citation product line ensures a dispatch rate that will meet or beat any comparable aircraft."

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Friday
Sep012017

Air Culinaire Worldwide Launches Crew Meal App

The Air Culinaire Worldwide Crew Meals app is now available for business aviation clients via Apple and Android smartphones. Flight crews can order crew meals at the click-of-a-button through any of our owned-and-operated United States kitchen locations.

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Friday
Sep012017

Associated Aircraft Group Renews ACSF Industry Audit Standard Registry

“Associated Aircraft Group (AAG) is proud to demonstrate its commitment to the rigorous Air Charter Safety Foundation audit standard,” said AAG President Scott Ashton. “Having operated Sikorsky S-76 helicopters for nearly 55,000 safe flying hours over the last 25 years, AAG is a firm believer in the benefits of holding ourselves to the highest international standards in safety management that ACSF provides. For us it’s not just about compliance, it’s about culture, and ACSF is perfectly aligned with our core values of safety.”

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Friday
Sep012017

Meridian Names Carlos Rodriguez Hayward General Manager

Meridian announced that Carlos Rodriguez has been named general manager of Meridian Hayward. Rodriguez had been serving as operations manager at the same location. In his new role, he will be responsible for overseeing and managing the daily operations of the facility, developing the customer base by communicating the intrinsic value of Hayward Executive Airport in the Bay Area, and assuring the service experience reflects Meridian’s high-quality standards. Rodriguez  will be managing a staff of 18 employees.

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