The British Business and General Aviation Association (BBGA) has honoured Andrew Walters, owner and chairman of London Biggin Hill Airport as this year’s recipient of its prestigious annual Michael Wheatley Award* for Outstanding Services to the general aviation industry. The award was presented at the Association’s 43rd annual conference and AGM at Luton Hoo by Sir Gerald Howarth MP for Aldershot, applauded by some 120 industry peers.
This Reynolds Jet managed CJ3 is a like new, beautiful example. Configured to accommodate seating for eight passengers – a six-place center club around two executive foldout tables, plus a side facing seat across from the entry door and a belted lavatory seat - with beautiful leather seating finished in warm neutral colors. The spacious interior features a five-inch dropped isle floor to make navigating the cabin easier, and a fully enclosed flushable lavatory in the aft, while the six cabin seats can recline and swing out for added legroom, more comfort and workspace.
Launched in 2016, Jinggong Global Jet Co. Ltd. – the Jinggong Group /Global Jet joint venture – is enjoying its expansion: Great demand, a new aircraft in its fleet and growth in the regional team!
"The Challenger 604 that we installed the FANS in was the first one ever delivered to a customer back in 1995 and is the oldest one still flying,” said Blake Hogge, senior manager, Avionics Sales, at Jet Aviation in St. Louis.
Executive Fliteways is proud to have been one of the first FAR Part 135 companies to accept the challenge of attaining IAS registry. The ACSF audit process enabled us to develop an inclusive, cohesive and comprehensive Safety Management System that has been embraced by our employees and appreciated by our clients. The process of maintaining IAS registry helps us to maintain our focus on safety and the quality of the services that we provide the public.
As the client’s advisor, ASG will assist in overseeing the entire completion project, providing coordination between the aircraft owner and the completion manager, design house and outfitting facility. This oversight will be provided from start to finish of the project and include contract negotiations, design, green aircraft delivery, engineering, certification, manufacturing, procurement, the installation phases of the cabin monuments, final inspection and completed delivery.
Jet Aviation is pleased to announce that its maintenance facility in Basel has successfully concluded its first retrofit installation of Split Scimitar Winglets (SSWs) on a BBJ1. The SSW retrofit was completed with EASA-approved Supplemental Type Certification (STC).