Since founders Gavin Harrison and Sven Petersen introduced the B767-300ER to the Aeronexus fleet in February 2016, the aircraft has accomplished a busy year of diverse charter activity, maximising full usage of its worldwide AOC – a status the company has enjoyed since 2002.
Heron Hollerbach Nobre joins TAM Taxi Aereo Marilia S/A as Air Services and FBO Director. TAM is headquartered in Sao Paolo, Brazil.
Freddie Judge is FBO Operations Manager for Gama Aviation's Sharjah FBO.
Regan Stoutermire is Chief Pilot for charter company Lane Aviation, based in Columbus, Ohio.
Alex Berry has established a new consultancy to help companies improve their sales process, as well as train and galvanize their sales people to win more business. You can learn more at www.alexberry.com.
Meridian Air Charter, a Teterboro, NJ based aircraft charter and Management Company, has an immediate opening for an experienced G450 Captain in Teterboro NJ.
National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) President and CEO Ed Bolen welcomed a bipartisan letter from Senate Appropriations Committee leaders opposing plans for creating a privatized air traffic control (ATC) system.
The letter was sent Feb. 28 to Sen. Commerce Committee Chairman John Thune (R-SD) and Ranking Member Bill Nelson (D-FL), and signed by Appropriations Committee Chairman Thad Cochran (R-MS), and Vice Chairman Patrick Leahy (D-VT), as well as Subcommittee Chairman Susan Collins (R-ME) and Ranking Member Jack Reed (D-RI).
Jet Aviation in St. Louis Installs Industry's First ATG-8000 High-Speed Internet in an Embraer Lineage
Jet Aviation has completed the first installation of the new ATG-8000 high-speed internet system in an Embraer Lineage at its facility in St. Louis.
“This is the first ATG-8000 ever installed in a Lineage, and it’s a very complex process,” said Blake Hogge, senior manager, Aviation Sales at Jet Aviation at St. Louis. “We had to strip out much of the interior and even take the fuel tanks out of the airplane’s belly. Basically, we had to take the right side of the aircraft apart.”
Jet Aviation has received approval from Los Angeles World Airports to begin operating an FBO at Van Nuys Airport.
Global Air Charters, Inc. expands private charter fleet with a Gulfstream business jet
ST. PAUL, Minn. — Global Air Charters, a full-service Part 135-certified aviation charter and management company, has added a Gulfstream business jet to its fleet of aircraft. With a range of 3,600 miles, the Gulfstream is available for domestic and international service.
The Gulfstream has a roomy, tasteful interior—accommodating up to 13 passengers. The aircraft features two sleeping berths in the aft cabin, a full-service galley for serving hot meals and two well-appointed lavatories. Inflight amenities include satellite telephone, internet access as well as an on-board entertainment system.
“Customers will benefit from the Gulfstream’s extensive range and spacious cabin,” says Richard C. Page, executive vice president of Global Air Charters. “We are excited about this addition to our fleet. Our continued growth is a result of the dedication of our experienced team of aviation professionals in management, flight operations, safety, service and maintenance.”