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Switzerland chose the Gripen after a thorough and protracted evaluation, and a framework agreement worth about $3.5 billion was signed in February 2013.
Bizav forecasts suggest more flying in Europe, but less interest in purchasing new aircraft.
The efficiency of high-density routes could be increased by the industry working together to fill empty legs.
Up to 1,300 aircraft could be registered in the Middle East by 2020, broker says.
If you fly to London in a corporate jet you have several options when it comes to choosing an airport–Biggin Hill, Luton, even Oxford or Cambridge.
The multi-faceted business aviation firm is focused on quality before growth, and even more improvements to TAG Farnbrough Airport.
The aircraft on static display, registered as D-FRAS, was the seventh TBM 900 to be delivered when it was handed over to Rheinland Air Service on April 10.
The SOFEX show marks the first showing of the armed scout helicopter outside the U.S.
Airbus took orders for 78 airplanes in April, while Boeing collected orders for 70.
The mostly composite helicopter–dubbed the “King Stallion”–will fly by year-end, with operational service expected in 2019.