Aviation Industry Press Releases

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JET SOURCE WELCOMES BACK A FAVORITE CHARTER AIRCRAFT FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Press Contact: Ian W. Ewing, VP, Business Development (888) 438-0877 iewing@jetsource.com www.jetsource.com May 1, 2012 Jet Source is pleased to announce the return of one of our most popular charter aircraft, a super clean Citation II. This "work horse" of the charter industry has a proven track record transporting traveler's to destinations as...
A J WALTER AVIATION CELEBRATES 80 YEARS IN AVIATION 1932 - 2012 PRESS RELEASE IMMEDIATE RELEASE – May 2012 With a commercial trading history spanning eight decades, exponential growth and a doubling of the business in the past five years alone, 2012 is the year that will confirm private enterprise, A J Walter Aviation, as the MRO industry’s rising star London, 1 May 2012: A J Walter Aviation marked eighty years in aviation...
Gama Support Services, Inc. to expand US based maintenance and servicing activity US based, Gama Support Services, Inc, a Gama Group Company, today announced its plans to expand its US based MRO business for corporate aircraft maintenance and support. Gama has been intensively building the infrastructure for this effort since 2009 with the creation of three separate FAA and EASA approved Part 145 Certified Repair Stations located in Bridgeport, CT (BDR), Teterboro, NJ (TEB...
NBAA Offers Guide to Independent Contractors Contact: Dan Hubbard, (202) 783-9360, dhubbard@nbaa.org Washington, DC, April 26, 2012– As business aviation operators continue to contain costs and accomplish more goals while conserving resources, many are turning to independent contractors – either directly or through third party organizations that specialize in providing contingent workers. Nationwide, four out of five companies...
Flying Colours Corp. begins work on most ambitious CRJ 200 conversion yet Flying Colours Corp. the Canadian-based refurbishment and conversion experts have begun work on its most ambitious conversion of the Bombardier CRJ 200 regional airliner to date. The business, which has so far converted 12 CRJ’s to the ‘ExecLiner’ executive VIP format, is working with the private owner’s designer Harry Schnaper – who has featured in the...
THE JET BUSINESS – EXPANDS ITS EXISTING JET FOCUS TO INCLUDE HELICOPTERS   26 April 2012 Press Release The Jet Businessfounder Steve Varsano and his marketing team travel to Geneva for Europe’s premier business aviation show, EBACE, during 13-16th May to highlight their new added proposition - helicopters. Hard on the heels of its successful opening of the world’s first showroom for business jets, which has seen hundreds of visitors welcomed...
Aoife O’Sullivan to Chair EBAA's AMAC Finance and Leasing Working Group   Press Release 26 April, 2012 Aoife O’Sullivan, Partner at specialist aviation legal firm Gates and Partners, has been invited by the European Business Aviation Association, EBAA, to chair the AMAC Finance and Leasing working group.  The recently created Associate Members Advisory Committee, AMAC, is intended to provide a forum where operators and Associate Members can...
Eclipse Receives Production Certificate from FAA for the Eclipse 550 NEWS RELEASE Release Date: 04.25.12 CONTACT Eclipse Aerospace: Chad Elkins Phone: 843.284.1105 (o) E-mail: chad.elkins@eclipse.aero Albuquerque, NM, April 25, 2012 — Eclipse Aerospace, Inc., manufacturer of the world's first very-light jet (VLJ), today announced that it has received Production Certificate #550 from the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), paving the way...
Eclipse Operator Receives Part 135 Paperless Cockpit Approval For Immediate Release Eclipse Aerospace:  Chad Elkins  Phone:  843.284.1105 E-mail:  chad.elkins@eclipse.aero Charleston, SC, April 17, 2012 — Eclipse Aerospace is pleased to announce that North American Jet Charter Group (NAJ), the largest operator of the Eclipse Jet in North America, has recently been approved for a paperless cockpit on Part 135 flights....
Demand for Business Jets is Back with a Roar Friedrichshafen - The market for business jets is bouncing back from difficult times: experts are optimistic. Aircraft in the "upper middle class” are expected to see the strongest growth rates. North America and Europe continue to be the largest markets despite anticipated annual growth rates of more than 20 percent in China. This positive announcement was made by Peter Pletschacher...