London Biggin Hill Airport has announced new plans for its boutique hotel. They and will be available to view at a public exhibition from 3-8pm on Tuesday 10 October at the Lookout Coffee Shop at the airport. The new plans see a revision of an original planning application for a...
Gulfstream is showing a fully outfitted Gulfstream G600 at this year's NBAA event in Las Vegas. “The G600 cabin, like that of its sister ship, the Gulfstream G500, is the most functional, flexible and comfortable in business aviation,” said Mark Burns, president, Gulfstream. “In the three years since our G600 cabin...
Asian premier business aviation group Deer Jet has granted its strategic partner, leading flight support and charter solutions provider UAS International Trip Support (UAS), charter management of the world’s first and only VVIP outfitted Boeing 787, the 'Dream Jet'. The jet offers 7-star hospitality services along with the advanced technology that...
Flying Colours, the North American MRO, refurbishment and completions specialist, has delivered an enhanced carbon-copy of the innovative red, white and black carbon fibre cabin, originally designed for a Bombardier Challenger 850 in 2013. The same customer’s pre-owned Bombardier Global Express, left the Canadian company’s Peterborough facility this week, having...
European business aviation traffic was up 7.6% in May from a year earlier, continuing a positive trend in the previous six months, the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) has reported. “This further reinforces a strong start to 2017, with close to 7% growth in Q1 of this year,” said Brandon...
Airbus Helicopters has launched Airbus Corporate Helicopters (ACH) to manage its private and business aviation helicopter business. It matches Airbus's fixed wing equivalent, Airbus Corporate Jets (ACJ). ACH will provide current and future customers with an end-to-end ownership experience ranging from advice to help customers choose the right aircraft and...
Buoyed by EASA’s approval to allow single-engine turboprops to fly commercially in IFR conditions and at night, two leading Pilatus PC-12 operators, Hendell Aviation of Finland and Fly7 of Switzerland, are at EBACE, Geneva this week to share their experience with operators and meet with European airports. Top of the...
Bombardier has unveiled a highly sophisticated and meticulously crafted new Premier cabin for its Global 5000 and Global 6000 business jets at EBACE2017. The new interior’s striking aesthetics, intelligent ergonomics and advanced connectivity features were shown on the first Global 6000 aircraft equipped with the Premier cabin on static display. The...
VIDEO Honda Aircraft Company has received multiple orders for the HondaJet from a new hybrid fractional ownership programme called FlyHonda, based in the Isle of Man. FlyHonda joins two other HondaJet operators in Europe. European Aero Training Institute Strasbourg (EATIS), a flight academy located in Strasbourg, France, will launch a...
AMAC Aerospace has successfully completed and returned to service its first BBJ demonstrator project. The 12-month project is distinguished by a variety of bespoke furniture, a fine selection of interior material, a consistent colour design scheme, the latest technical equipment as among other taxi and caution system cameras and a...
Textron Aviation is displaying its new super-midsize Cessna Citation Longitude for the first time in Europe at EBACE. The Longitude on display is the fourth aircraft to join the test programme, and is the first flying test aircraft with a fully fitted interior. With four aircraft flying in the Longitude...
VistaJet has abolished ferry flight fees ('positioning fees') for new customers globally. The committment applies no matter where in the world a customer is flying to or from. "Positioning fees have traditionally been a frustrating and unexpected cost for business aviation clients," said Vistajet. "Currently, most companies in the sector...