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Daniel Kerrison

AIMEing for the top

This post appears on my client's website www.hmgaerospace.com for whom I am proud to edit Inflight magazine. On 2 February I moderated a conference at the Aircraft Interiors Middle East show in Dubai. Here are my thoughts. We had stimulating and useful discussions in our sights as we headed to Dubai for the Aircraft Interiors Middle East (AIME) show this year for our second Inflight workshop and awards at our IFEC pavilion and were not disappointed.  “In the same way it is difficult for an airline to measure the influence IFEC makes on a customer’s purchasing decision, it is difficult for [...]
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Doctor’s orders – wellness on tap at World Travel Market and Luxury Travel Fair

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gyhs442Ovrk I have to admit upfront to an unashamed plug for Zening Resorts in Cyprus in this video. I have no affiliation with the company, but have visited there twice. Each time I have come away the richer. The brainchild of Ajay Goyal (Google him - he's a good guy and cracking publisher and journalist), Zening was five years in the making, and came into being after extensive research, where he travelled to 12 countries over five years. The eco-friendly destination is a sustainable and holistic holiday resort located across from the Latchi Harbour in Chrysochous Bay, Paphos, Cyprus. It comprises 145 luxury [...]
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NBAA 2014 wrap up

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EyHWLjm8C3k&feature=youtu.be Murphy's Law dictates that which could go wrong naturally will do so. In my case technology defeated me in Disneyland. After the Satnav/Car incident it was inevitable that communication issues ensured that three members of my wonderful and scattered support team each had some kind of software and or tech issue*. Truly....so here we are some several days later with some tidbits for you from the NBAA 2014 show...   ...with more delights to come from Bombardier later this week. I'll also add some news on the Dassault Falcon 5X and 8X programmes, which are well under development in additional [...]

Farnborough Air Show Day 2- Bruce Dickinson and the Boeing A380

July 15, 2014 @ 23:49
by lizmoscrop
Bruce and Boeing Well, well, well...there appears to be a major world airshow on my doorstep practically and I've not mentioned it in my blog at all. There are plenty good reasons, most of which centre on the fact this is a HUGE military and commercial show, and my little sphere of influence in the aeronautical world spans business and general aviation and cabin management for commercial. Bumped into aviation's favourite rockstar Bruce Dickinson at the Textron Aviation chalet. He was admiring the new Bell 525, but had apparently been incredibly impressed with the new Scorpion cockpit and was waxing [...]

Popularity increasing

Was suddenly getting a lot of comments on a post I wrote 2 years ago. All very complimentary - then I realised this must -sigh- be spamming. It has nudged me into a quick update today. Sooo busy finishing a book on private jets, writing a couple articles prior to heading to Hamburg next week for the Aircraft Interiors Show (http://www.aircraftinteriorsexpo.com) for Inflight magazine (www.hmgaerospace.com) , which I edit , then to China for the Asian Business Aviation Convention and Exhibition. Hamburg's going to be very buzzy. Thales, Panasonic and Lufthansa Systems have kindly invited me to go visit them for [...]