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On the Fly

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.

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TAG Brandon O'Reilly

According to CEO Brandon O’Reilly, TAG Farnborough Airport is a growing airport and is receiving more airliner sized business jets. Already well equipped and geographically positioned to handle larger aircraft, TAG Farnborough Airport is poised for a strong future.

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Bizav Catering

Imagine the following: you’ve just taken off for a nice, long, overnight trip and the flight attendant (FA) comes forward to advise that the catering is not good. Happens every day? Here are some insights to consider that may help you avoid such situations.

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LEA

LEA logs strongest year-over-year performance.

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Airport

A network of more than 5,000 public-use airports in the US – and many more private-use ones – provides communities across the country with access to the national air transportation system. Of these, only about 500 are the large, commercial service airports served by the airlines.

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Aerocardal

Founded in 1991 by pilot entrepreneur Michael Kaufmann, Aerocardal is the largest private aviation company in Chile. It is well known as both an executive aviation and aeromedical company, and today boasts a large, modern FBO at Santiago International/Arturo Merino Benítez (SCL).

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23/07/2014

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