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Boeing has revised upwards the 2015 estimate of the number of aircraft China airlines will order from 6,330 to 6,810 over the next two decades. China will spend more than $1,025 trillion (€915 billion) on aircraft. The order is part of China’s 13th five-year plan, which began this year.
Business Jet Access (BJA), a leading provider of aircraft charter, management, maintenance, and pilot services, is proud to announce the achievement of the International Standard for Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) Stage 3 Certificat
Bombardier Inc. expects that business-jet sales will recover in Argentina now that a new government has taken power, helping to offset weakness in Brazil and Venezuela. “Argentina has reop
Business-jet makers such as Bombardier Inc (BBDb.TO) and Textron Inc (TXT.N) are offering more discounts and incentives to prevent buyers from canceling orders or delaying purchases amid sluggish global growth, analysts and dealers said.
Bombardier Inc (BBDb.TO) will halt completion work for its Global 5000 and 6000 business jets during certain periods in 2017, the manufacturer said on Thursday, amid ongoing softness in the market for corporate planes.
The furloughs at Bombardier's gl
The global business jet market, which traditionally has a strong correlation with global economic cycles, continues to face a challenging, complex and uncertain global macroeconomic environment.
Like most decision-makers today, automotive executives continuously are looking for ways to operate more efficiently and effectively.
Even in a world where technology keeps us more connected and informed than ever before, there is tremendous and arguably irreplaceable value in face-to-face time.
The General Aviation Manufacturers Association released aircraft shipment data covering the first half of the year on Aug. 5, with numbers down across the board, and pointed a finger at the U.S.
A criminal inquiry into alleged fraud, bribery and corruption in relation to commercial aircraft sales by Airbus has been instigated by the Serious Fraud Office.
The formal investigation comes after Airbus disclosed in April that it was in talks with the SFO over the use of third-party agents in aircr
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