Honeywell (Booth No. 7041) has introduced here the new Ovation Select 200C personal control unit, a 4.3-inch, thin-film transistor color touch-screen control device.
EBACE Convention News » May 13, 2009
Jet Professionals (Booth No. 1259), a wholly owned subsidiary of Jet Aviation, recently appointed Hani Farag as its new managing director responsible for international markets, adding to his role as Jet Aviation vice president of human resources for Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and Asia.
Avtrak (Booth No. 678) of Littleton, Colorado, and Component Control (Booth No. 988) of San Diego, California, are working to integrate the power of two of their software products to bring improved maintenance tracking to aircraft operators.
Satcom Direct (Booth No. 683) has been named a distribution partner for Inmarsat’s SwiftBroadband in-flight voice and data service, giving the satellite communications service reseller access to live troubleshooting and diagnostic information.
New fractional ownership provider Jet Republic is putting a decidedly European imprint on the interiors and entire cabin layouts of its 110 new Learjet 60XRs, with the blessing of manufacturer Bombardier.
Drawing on the creative expertise of respected aircraft interior designer Jose Luiz Monteiro, Jet Republic said the cabins of its Learjet 60XRs will be crafted by Europeans for Europeans.
Aerion is proceeding with research in the development of its supersonic business jet while it continues discussions with potential manufacturing partners that would lead to a joint Aerion-OEM design study. Aerion’s hope is that this design study, essentially the nine- to 12-month proof-of-concept phase of the program, would result in a decision by the partners to proceed with full-scale development and production of the Aerion SSBJ.
ExecuJet Aviation has restructured its charter operations in Europe so that customers can call on any of its aircraft, regardless of where they are based. The company has opened a new sales office in London to complement existing centers in Zurich and Moscow and the sales teams are working in tandem to maximize fleet utilization.
An anemic market for business jets and the recent loss of a major customer will have no effect on the flight test schedule or certification of the Pro Line Fusion integrated avionics system, according to manufacturer Rockwell Collins.
Bombardier has designated Comlux Completion USA as an official AOG/line maintenance facility for its Learjet, Challenger and Global product lines. The approval was confirmed yesterday at the end of a long period in which the Canadian airframer evaluated the company’s training and equipment infrastructure in Indianapolis, Indiana.
Under the banner “French business airports,” seven French business aviation airports are working to change their current common charter to a more formalized “branding.” Paris Le Bourget, Lyon Bron, Cannes, Le Castellet, Avignon and Ancenis airports are exhibiting here at EBACE in Booths Nos. 1302 to 1306 and 1326 (Le Touquet is part of the group but is not an exhibitor).