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Company says it will cut shipments in line with an expected 8 percent decline industrywide
Major changes lie ahead for the Italian airframer as it indroduced a new industrial plan.
Bizjet operators flying in for Olympics are being urged to arrange itineraries to undergo additional security checks outside host city Rio and São Paulo.
Aircraft are being updated with recovered taupe and coal leather seats, refinished cabin panels, leather cabin drink rails and other “luxury options."
The City Council agreed to consider a resolution during the Aug. 23 meeting that outlines its plans to close the airport.
This accomplishment comes on the heels of a 23-percent rise in global flight traffic in the first half.
The Phenom 100 is getting new avionics and modified engines.
NetJets introduced new incentives with price breaks on longer flights for Challenger 350 and Global customers.
But prospects are still good and the continued solid U.S. economy and quick stock market recovery calmed nerves of potential buyers.
Before entering airspace restricted for Olympics, genav aircraft must undergo a security inspection to receive a code required for filing a flight plan.