Italian cabin components specialist Iacobucci is perhaps better known for its galley products, but the company has recently expanded its line to include this executive seat. Created in partnership with BMW DesignworksUSA, the seat was on show at Aircraft Interiors Expo 2011 for the first time.
Iacobucci HF Electronics has introduced its first WastePak trash compactor, a device developed specifically to resolve the problem of waste disposal during long business jet flights. WastePak comes in two sizes–15 by 18 by 25 inches and 12 by 18 by 25 inches. Its two tons of compacting force draw little power, according to the company.
DayJet’s future is still uncertain and will be a “fundamentally different business” if operations resume, according to DayJet chairman Ed Iacobucci, one of the keynote speakers at the Aviation Week VLJ forum that kicked off today in West Palm Beach, Fla. The company ceased operations on September 19, less than a year after its launch, but is still seeking investors and plans to restructure and modify its goals, Iacobucci said.
On May 6, very light jet air-taxi operator DayJet put its growth plans on hold after failing to obtain another $50 million in funding to progress to the next stage. As a result, the per-seat, on-demand air taxi laid off 100 of its roughly 260 employees and seeks to sell or lease 16 of its 28 Eclipse 500s.
Italian cabin supplier Iacobucci HF Electronics has introduced a new espresso maker designed for use in an aircraft galley. Ideally sized for a small galley, the device measures 6.3 inches wide, 12 inches high and 10.8 inches deep, and weighs 26.45 pounds.
On Tuesday, Boca Raton, Fla.-based DayJet made the difficult decision to put its growth plans on hold after not being able to obtain another $50 million in funding to move to the next stage. As a result, the per-seat, on-demand air-taxi operator laid off 100 of its roughly 260 employees and now plans to sell or lease out 16 of its 28 Eclipse 500s. Listen to DayJet president and CEO Ed Iacobucci tell the story in his own words.
Eclipse 500 air-taxi operator DayJet has “reduced its employee base across most areas of its business,” according to president and CEO Ed Iacobucci in a statement released earlier this afternoon. DayJet hoped to raise another $40 million of operating capital in the first quarter of this year, he wrote, “but suffice it to say that given the current state of the U.S.
From Italian cabin supplier Iacobucci HF Electronics comes a new galley espresso maker. At 6.3 inches wide, 12 inches high, 10.8 inches deep and 26.45 pounds, the machine is sized for the small galley. The hot water system isn’t pressurized and it includes over-temperature and low-water automatic shutdown, and non-scorching steam outlet.
On Saturday, Boca Raton, Fla.-based DayJet reached its 100th day since starting per-seat on-demand service in the Southeast with its fleet of 28 Eclipse 500 very light jets. Company president and CEO Ed Iacobucci told AIN that DayJet is still “just getting booted up” and that he remains cautiously optimistic.
Some 60 days after it began its per-seat, on-demand air service, Boca Raton, Fla.-based DayJet last month added to its very light jet air-taxi network 28 new destinations across Alabama, Florida, Georgia and Mississippi.