Delta Private Jets

June 4, 2014 - 5:40am

Located at Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky International Airport, Delta Private Jets (DPJ) is unique in U.S. aircraft maintenance.

“Delta Air Lines is the only major U.S. airline that operates a private jet charter operation. DPJ has a unique relationship with Delta Air Lines in that we have access to the depth and breadth of support that only a major international air carrier can provide, such as its huge customer base, sales and marketing capability and legal support,” DPJ COO John Daly, a retired Marines officer and F/A-18 pilot, told AIN.

May 19, 2014 - 2:50pm

Maintenance specialist Haitec (Booth 5113) is at EBACE 2014 launching a subsidiary for business aircraft, Haitec VIP Maintenance, based at Erfurt airport in Germany.

October 29, 2013 - 2:53pm

California-based Clay Lacy Aviation is seeing the highest growth in its managed aircraft fleet in the company’s history. Over the past six months 15 business jets ranging from a Gulfstream G550 to a Learjet 45XR have joined its corporate charter fleet, which now numbers 75 aircraft.

October 21, 2013 - 4:45pm
The first Learjet 85 (in white) was on display in Wichita October 17 during delivery ceremonies for the first Learjet 75s.

Learjet spent a good part of the day October 17 celebrating the “start of the delivery process” of its new Learjet 75 at its facilities in Wichita.

October 18, 2013 - 1:09pm

Learjet spent a good part of yesterday celebrating the “start of the delivery process” of its new Learjet 75. The first aircraft went to business entrepreneur Louis Beck and his Speedbird LCC. Beck, present at the delivery ceremonies, expressed satisfaction with the acquisition. He is a long-time Learjet owner and said he had never heard a pilot complain about Speedbird’s previous aircraft, a Learjet 45. And he added, “there’s also the unmistakable sex appeal that is Learjet.” The second delivery was five Learjet 75s to Canada-based charter operator London Air Services.

July 11, 2013 - 4:05pm

Second-quarter 2013 earnings are likely to bring few signs of recovery for aviation, according to the July Business Jet Monthly report from analyst J.P.Morgan, which highlighted several manufacturers.

The report predicts that demand for smaller Cessna Citations will remain depressed but “We will look for more color on the Sovereign and XLS, key midsize offerings.”

July 10, 2013 - 12:18pm

Vienna-based International Jet Management has signed a deal with Jet Aviation Basel for the MRO to provide line and base maintenance for the company’s fleet of managed and charter aircraft. Currently covered under the terms of the agreement are two Globals, one Challenger 850, two Challenger 605s, one Challenger 604, two Challenger 300s, one Learjet 40, one Citation Excel, seven Falcon 900s, one Falcon 2000 and one GV.

February 12, 2013 - 4:10pm

Aircraft manufacturers will deliver an estimated 9,400 business jets worth $253 billion over the next 10 years, according to a forecast released late last week by Montreal-based business aviation services firm Zenith Jet.

December 11, 2012 - 12:30am

Steve Varsano, founder of private aircraft sales company The Jet Business, took AIN through the selection process for a typical customer based in Dubai and wanting a jet that can fly nonstop to and from London. With a required range of 2,955 nm, The Jet Business database indicated it contained 26 suitable aircraft, such as the Bombardier Challenger 605. To go travel further, the shortlist could be extended to include a Gulfstream G550, Dassault Falcon 7X and Bombardier Global Express.

 
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