Richard Koe WingX

At the onset of 2015, the outlook for business aviation remains cloudy. While some markets are in full recovery mode, such as North America, others remain hampered by economic and political instability.

On the Fly

Some of us are probably still committed to our New Year resolutions and, at the very least, remain optimistic about the immediate future. And as in life, so too in business aviation, where the industry closed the books on a year that flirted with the positive and provided a hint of some much needed optimism – although constrained by the realities of today’s ‘new economy’.


Rod Simpson

Surprisingly, even when faced with a dire situation, it seems business people are still reluctant to use private aviation. Perhaps they assume it is expensive and not appropriate to their needs?


Tyrolean Jet Services CAMO

Tyrolean Jet Services, Austria’s first executive air operator, offers charter flights and other services to aircraft owners around the world.


Mach Media Jim Lubinskas

Press releases used to be a cornerstone of any business aviation company’s PR strategy. But today they are kind of like a fax machine. In other words, not unheard of, but certainly anachronistic. At least they are for many PR professionals says Mach Media Senior Consultant Jim Lubinskas.

On the Fly

The annual Davos World Economic Forum (WEF) will take place this year between 21-24 January in Switzerland. ExecuJet Aviation Group Director of European FBOs Nicole Gut takes a closer look.




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

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