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Facility will help company keep up with increasing client demand and enable last-minute requests in Silicon Valley.
The Arrius 2R features a Fadec and a 3,000-hour time between overhaul.
Operating safely and sanely on the border of chaos
Projected demand in Europe will rise by between 93 and 157 points, with the strongest aircraft category likely to be midsize business jets.
Authorization is single process for all operators flying to the 28 EU states, EU overseas territories and the four European Free Trade Association states.
Flight testing of the super-midsize jet concluded in late April.
There were 52,931 business aviation flights in Europe in March, a 22-percent month-over-month increase and a 2.1-percent year-over-year rise.
Recommendations are based on NTSB accident investigations involving aircraft encountering weather conditions.
Business and general aviation movements in North America were up 4 percent in the first quarter.
NetJets revenues reflected increased sales of fractional aircraft, while FlightSafety’s increase was thanks to increased simulator training activity.