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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.


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.

New wings business aviation

Almost all of the world's largest manufacturers of commercial aircraft offer customers particularly important luxury business versions of their cars - Business liners. In Russia, the first such business can be a liner Sukhoi Business Jet (SBJ). It can be assumed that the business jet will order Russian government agencies and patriotic businessmen highest echelon. But can compete Sukhoi Business Jet in the international market - an open question.

Iron Maiden frontman will sell aircraft

Frontman of heavy metal band Iron Maiden, Bruce Dickinson will sell private jets. Specialty shop will be opened in the London department store Harrods. It is reported by NME.
On sale will be put up six-seater jets Eclipse 550. The approximate cost of each aircraft will be around 2.2 million pounds.

Airbus has received the largest order for the sale of 250 aircraft from Indian Airlines IndiGo

IndiGo, India's largest airline, has confirmed the purchase order from Airbus Group SE 250 single-aisle A320neo, strengthening the leading position on the French aircraft manufacturer Boeing Co.

Business aviation is gradually recovering

Company Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI), a global provider of technical services and financial services in business aviation, has released a report on the activity of business aviation in the second quarter of 2015.