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Airbus seals deal with Iran for sale of 100 aircraft

Europe's Airbus signed a firm contract on Thursday to sell 100 jets to IranAir, completing a return by Western plane giants and paving the way for deliveries to start next month, a year after sanctions against Iran were lifted.


The deal

Denser configuration for Thailand’s last Superjet business jet

The Royal Thai Air Force will receive its third and final VIP Sukhoi Superjet 100 aircraft in 2018.
The aircraft, originally ordered in August 2014, will be able to accommodate 73 passengers, including four VIPs, says Superjet International in a statement.
The first two aircraft, which are already in service, accomm

Uber-like concept could be next wave in business jet travel

The advent of fractional ownership in the late 1980s followed by jet cards in the 2000s did a lot to expand the base of people using business jets and planes.

Fractional operators and the invention of the jet card – a prepaid card for temporary use of a jet – also helped spur business jet deliveries to rec

Iran and Boeing Sign $16.6 Billion Deal on Sale of 80 Aircraft

Iran and Boeing signed a deal for the sale of 80 airplanes on Sunday, five weeks before the inauguration of President-elect Donald J.

Dassault sees better Southeast Asia business jet market

Dassault has observed improving market conditions in Southeast Asia’s business jet market, although Northeast Asia remains in the doldrums.

The company’s Asia-Pacific sales head, Jean-Michel Jacob, said that 2016 was a tough year for the industry in the region.

ME business aviation industry needs talent: MEBAA

With the regional business aviation industry set to need 1.2 million pilots, technicians and engineers in the next two decades, the MEBAA Show today played host to hundreds of students interested in pursuing a career in the Middle East and North Africa’s growing business aviation sector. 

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US approves $7 bn in aircraft sales to Arab allies

The United States on Thursday approved a series of deals worth more than $7 billion to supply military helicopters, planes and missiles to four of its Arab allies. The green light, announced by the State Department, will mark another windfall for plane maker Boeing and other large US defense manufacturers.

Range matters for Middle East business jet buyers

Whether for business or leisure, for the ultra-wealthy of the Arabian Gulf, being able to fly without stopping to New York and other US East Coast cities is a major plus. There is currently one business jet able to perform such a task – the Gulfstream G650ER.

SAS Finances Five Airbus A320neo Aircraft Through Sale and Leaseback

SAS has today secured financing of five Airbus A320neo through the signing of a Sale and leaseback agreement with Jackson Square Aviation LLC. The aircraft will be delivered between 2016 and 2018.

MEBAA: Dubai's new business aviation gateway

Dubai South – the giant real estate development around what is planned to be one of the world’s mega-hubs – is beginning to look less like a soulless expanse of desert criss-crossed by empty, six-lane highways and more like a burgeoning aviation complex.