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Business aviation's safety record isn't bad but it needs to improve to match commercial air transport, and the Flight Safety Foundation is working to achieve that.
Around $20 billion worth of Boeing commercial aircraft orders to foreign countries could be at risk due to President Donald Trump's immigration action targeting countries such as Iran and Iraq. "We think the president's travel ban could have negative implications for orders from Iran and Iraq," said J
Profits and stock prices may generally be up in the U.S., but other big players in the global economy like China, Russia, and Brazil have been struggling. That has meant hard times for business jet manufacturers.
When traveling abroad, understanding a few basic foreign language phrases can go a long way in making it a better experience, versus not having any at all.
The same goes for internet in a business jet – even having a little bit of connectivity makes it a better experience, compared to not having it at all.
A new business jet service linking Stansted with New York’s LaGuardia Airport is to be launched in the spring.
Newly-launched Bliss Jet will be offering individually ticketed travel on Gulfstream G450 and G550 aircraft, configured to carry a maximum of 10 passengers and operating from private
Around $20 billion worth of Boeing
A bespoke, individually ticketed business jet service between Stansted and New York’s LaGuardia airport is set for take off this spring.
Bliss Jet will offer one-way rates of $11,995, claimed to be comparable with regular airlines’ first class fares on the key transatlantic route.
Aircraft leasing is used by airlines and other aircraft operators to operate the aircrafts without suffering much financial burden of buying. In addition, it also helps in providing a temporary increase in the capacity. The purchaser usually includes financial investors and reputed corporates.
The US State Department has approved a Sh43 billion ($418 million) military aircraft sale and related support to Kenya. This is part of the US State Department’s more than Sh180 billion deals with UK, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, and Kenya, which will include air-to-air missiles and threat detection systems.