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The President Trump not only is a long-time user of business jets, he is an unabashed owner of a bizliner. In “Back to Basics,” aviation research expert Rolland Vincent opines on what this might mean for the business aviation industry’s economic and regulatory environment, in 2017 and beyond.
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When Charter is Smarter: What to Know Before You Fly
On-demand charter – that is, flights departing at a time you specify, according to your travel requirements – can be a cost-efficient means of providing supplemental lift with no long-term commitment.
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Exceeding Your Expectations: Whether you fly aboard your own or your company’s aircraft, or use charter, you understandably have very high expectations for safety and service.
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Heading to Houston for the Super Bowl?
Super Support for Your Aircraft and Passengers at Super Bowl LI
View our updated list on who will be providing onsite support at Super Bowl LI.
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Safety Guards: Aviation safety starts at the top, with you, the executive leader.
Aircraft owners and executives directly contribute to aviation risks. They do it day-to-day, flight-by-flight. They do it actively, passively, overtly, and through neglect.
#bizav
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Heading to Houston for the Super Bowl?
By game time, the number of arriving aircraft is expected to grow to more than 1,400 aircraft at the primary Houston airports, and perhaps another 500 at area reliever airfields. That’s about the same number that arrived in the Bay Area in 2016, according to data from ARGUS International’s TRAKPAQ.
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Since the retirement of the Concorde in 2003, aircraft manufacturers have invested relatively little in new supersonic technologies, despite the obvious reductions in point-to-point flight times. While Gulfstream, Lockheed Martin, NASA, and others are doing interesting work in the area of mitigating sonic boom, this technology is far from mature. To date, no established original equipment manufacturer is building an aircraft based on a low-boom design.
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The Airlines vs. Business Aviation:
Squaring Off in a Battle to Decide the Structure and Funding of FAA
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When Charter is Smarter - What to Know Before You Fly
On-demand charter – that is, flights departing at a time you specify, according to your travel requirements – can be a cost-efficient means of providing supplemental lift with no long-term commitment. #bizav
http://bit.ly/2jPVnKm

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Back to Basics: Post-Election Distractions Require Renewed Focus.
Following the most tumultuous U.S. presidential election in memory, business aviation users and proponents now are engaging in reflection and evaluation. What has changed or is about to change?
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