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Gama Aviation starts operation of the first new business jet Learjet 75

British operator Gama Aviation announces the signing of a contract for the management of the first in its fleet of business jets Bombardier Learjet 75.

In the next 20 years, the Chinese market will be sold in 1020 commercial aircraft with capacities ranging from 70 to 130 seats

In the next 20 years, the Chinese market will be delivered in 1020 jet commercial aircraft with capacities ranging from 70 to 130 seats, and the global demand for this period for such class of aircraft to exceed 6,300 units.

Aircompany Greenland Express thought about buying aircraft SSJ 100

Scandinavian company Greenland Express, suspend flights in September last year and plans to resume them in the next year, is considering the acquisition of regional aircraft Sukhoi Superjet 100 (SSJ 100), reports local portal Stand By. Today, the carrier is discussing with Russia the possibility of delivery of the aircraft.

Airline "Gazprom Avia" will be the referee another's business jets Falcon

In 2016 the airline "Gazprom Avia" is going to become the only one in the territory of the former Soviet Union and Eastern European countries authorized center for operational and basic maintenance of business jets produced by the French company Dassault Aviation.<

New Avionics and improve specifications business jet Gulfstream G280

Gulfsteam Company announced the launch of sales of business jet Gulfstream G280 super mid-to-date software, avionics (avionics).

The sale of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft in Europe will be closed until the end of the year

Trade between Russia and Europe for the sale aircraft of the Sukhoi Superjet 100 could be postponed until the end of the year.

In Riga the center of business aviation

Latvia has become a key player in the business aviation market in the Baltic States, CIS and part of Eastern Europe. Today, September 8, in the Latvian capital, officially opened the new complex service business aviation flights.

Geneva business aviation hits turbulence

Geneva is Europe’s second busiest airport for business aviation but its traffic in the sector is declining. While economic factors have contributed to this, Geneva’s business aviation community partly blames the airport authorities.

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Demand soars for Boeing's former sales dud aircraft

Nine years after production ended for Boeing's 717 jetliner, the former sales dud is one of the most sought-after aircraft in the world. Boeing built just 155 of the 100-seaters, and most are near the age when airlines start thinking about a t

Selling a aircraft ‘As Is, Where Is’

Selling a used jet “As Is, Where Is, With All Faults” is an age-old practice.