Have you tried flying on a commercial airline recently? Between reduced seat space, added costs for checking baggage, hassles at check-in, the inconvenience of coming and going from hub airports only and, most recently, the possibility of getting seriously ill from a fellow passenger – there are some pretty compelling reasons to fly corporate. Rob Seaman gives us an update on the US and Canadian charter market.
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While things are better in the business aviation world and activity is now being quoted as “close to pre-recession” bustle, there are still some caution points to deal with. Obtaining lending for an aircraft acquisition is one of them. Rob Seaman explains.
According to IATA, global air traffic continues to grow at a rate of between four and five percent per year. As the skies become increasingly crowded, finding new ways to fly more efficiently becomes a must. At the vanguard of this initiative is cockpit avionics.