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On the Fly

Safety is an ongoing discussion and part of regular everyday routine – not to mention being a key focus to training. But is it doing so at the expense of trusted and proven older methodology? And are the new regulations and regionally changing rules taking attention away from flight safety and giving cause for pilots to become burdened with technology and compliance issues? FlyCorporate's Rob Seaman investigates.

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Lyon

With the opening of a big new hangar and business center in summer 2015, Lyon-Bron is positioning itself to be a key business entry point not only to France – but to Europe.

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MEBA OEM

At MEBA, OEMs discuss the region’s taste for wide body, long range aircraft.

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XJet Dubai

Denver-based XJet goes global, expanding its network to Damman, London and Paris, with global headquarters at Dubai World Central.

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Middle East FBOs

Though many believe the Middle East lacks fixed-base operations (FBOs) in quantity, no one can dispute the fact the quality of the one’s they do have. FlyCorporate’s Jason Zappa Janse and Rob Seaman take a closer look at five top-notch FBO providers.

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Boeing Dreamliner

For several years now, Boeing’s 787 has kept the world waiting and wondering - and Boeing executives biting their fingernails. Today, after a decade of anticipation, Boeing’s Dreamliner is appearing in increasing numbers with the world’s airlines. Rod Simpson asks, was it worth the wait? And what does it mean for business aviation?

Magazine

26/11/2014

For MEBA2014, FlyCorporate has launched its Middle East Issue, packed with all the news and insight you need to know.

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The five test and development A350-900s took to the skies for a formation flight in September 2014, bringing...

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