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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 [...]

Asian Business Aviation 2011 on track for success

January 10, 2011 @ 12:42
by lizmoscrop
More than 20 business aircraft in static park line up I'm lucky enough to be working with Reed Exhibitions again putting together the line-up for the 2011 Asian Business Aviation conference during Asian Aerospace March 8-11 2011 http://www.asianaerospace.com/ Leading business aviation companies including Asia Jet, Boeing, Bombardier, Cessna, Dassault, Embraer,  Hawker Beechcraft, HK Jet, Gulfstream, Jet Aviation, JSSI, TAG Asia, and VistaJet, and  have all signed up to exhibit at Asian Business Aviation 2011. Both Gulfstream and Bombardier will bring a range of aircraft to the static park. Embraer will exhibit its latest long range Legacy 650, and new for 2011, Boeing is bringing a BBJ to Hong Kong. [...]

A grand total of new jets and rubbish airline flights

February 17, 2010 @ 12:44
by lizmoscrop
10,000 new bizjets in ten years time The latest figures from industry body GAMA make grim reading. However, business aviation analyst Brian Foley has taken a more optimistic stance, using sports scoring protocols as his guide. He reckons that business jet sales will grow at 2.7 percent over the next 10 years. Foley compared business aviation’s golden year – 2008 - with the dire 2009 and has produced a positive forecast. He predicts 8,900 business jets worth $170 billion will enter the market over the next decade. These new aircraft might anger green activists, since Foley also said business aircraft [...]