The new Jetex FBO at Ninoy Aquino International Airport in Manila, Philippines, is now fully operational, according to the international trip support provider. The luxury facility, open 24 hours a day, has on-site customs, immigration and quarantine service and can obtain traffic slots and overflight permits on short notice. The location can also arrange VIP handling at other major airports throughout the Philippines.
Jetex Flight Support set up a new handling facility at Manila’s Ninoy Aquino International Airport in the Philippines. The Dubai-based group will provide support services for private jet operators in Manila, and will be able to supervise ground handling at other Filipino airports. The new facility features a lounge, and Jetex staff can assist crews with any local arrangements. The company provides credit terms and facilitates applications for overflight and landing permits, as well as all aspects of ground handling.
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Leading a Civil Air Patrol (CAP) delegation of 20 representatives on Friday, Maj. Gen. Chuck Carr rang the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange. The event honored the CAP’s emergency search-and-rescue services for downed aircraft and missing people, as well as the disaster relief the group provides to communities around the U.S., Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands. The CAP will celebrate its 72nd year of service later this year.
Kevin Bredenbeck, the pilot who flew Sikorsky’s X2 technology demonstrator last year to an unofficial speed record for conventional helicopters (reportedly 260 knots), has been recognized by the Society of Experimental Test Pilots with the Iven C. Kincheloe Award for the year’s outstanding professional accomplishment in flight testing.