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BlueSky Business Aviation News | 11th July 2024 | Issue #756

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Toronto:

Global sales of preowned single-engine helicopters on positive trajectory during first half of 2024

Global helicopter sales and market intelligence specialists, Aero Asset, have released their latest report, the 2024 Half Year Heli Market Trends Single-Engine edition.

The report, backed by Aero Asset’s expertise and proprietary market insight, offers a comprehensive analysis of the worldwide, preowned single-engine helicopter market in the first half or first semester of 2024. The data shows that global sales have stabilized on a positive trend for the first time in three semesters.

Global sales of preowned single-engine helicopters on positive trajectory during first half of 2024

“During the first half of 2024, retail sales for single-engine helicopters were up for the first time in a year and a half,” said Valerie Pereira, Aero Asset’s Vice President of Market Research. “The supply of single-engines for sale also increased, but pricing remained steady versus the same timeframe last year.”

After falling for three consecutive semesters, Aero Asset’s market analysis shows that retail sales increased 4% in the first half of 2024 (S1 2024) compared to the same period in 2023 (YOY). The supply of single-engine helicopters ended 23% higher YOY, and the absorption rate increased to 13 months of supply at current trade levels.

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El Paso, Texas:

ATI Jet introduces Jetvia to accelerate innovation in private aviation

ATI Jet Inc., the largest jet charter operator in the Southeast, has announced the launch of Jetvia as the retail arm of ATI Jet.

The launch marks a new chapter of digitalization and innovation including the development of new products and services to drive customer value with new features including Jetvia Rewards and a new, competitively priced fractional jet ownership program.

ATI Jet introduces Jetvia to accelerate innovation in private aviation

Jetvia's approach to private aviation includes a fleet made up exclusively of Learjet 60 aircraft, ensuring the highest standard of reliability, safety and competitive rates.

Jetvia, under CEO Lyle Byrum's more than 39 years of experience in charter aviation, offers an innovative approach to private aviation, providing clients access to its owned and operated Learjet 60s, streamlined booking processes, and personalized travel experiences.

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Washington, DC:

Associations mourn the passing of GA champion former Senator James Inhofe

The National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) and the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) have marked the passing of general aviation advocate and former Senator James Inhofe (R-OK), who tirelessly fought on behalf of the industry throughout his decades of public service.

“Senator Inhofe was a master legislator and general aviation’s great champion,” said NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen. “Those two truths are reflected in every aviation bill that has passed Congress and been signed into law over the past 35 years.

Senator James Inhofe.

Senator James Inhofe.

“His Discharge Petition, General Aviation Revitalization Act, Pilots Bill of Rights, Basic Med and numerous FAA Reauthorization bills that have protected general aviation’s access to airspace and airports represent just a fraction of what Jim Inhofe has done to promote aviation,” Bolen added.

“There is no one who has done more to help the United States have the largest, safest, most diverse and most efficient aviation system in the world. We will miss him greatly.”

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Washington, DC:

NBAA tells Congress: Workforce growth key to continued US aviation leadership

The National Business Aviation Association has highlighted the need to redouble the focus on attracting the next generation of industry professionals as a national priority, and urged Congress to ensure that the FAA effectively implements plans contained in the agency’s newly enacted reauthorization to build a workforce that preserves America’s global aviation leadership.

An emphasis on promoting workforce-development initiatives was the central theme in testimony provided by Jo Damato, CAM, senior vice president of education, training and workforce development with NBAA, before a hearing convened on Wednesday (July 10th) by the House Committee on Transportation & Infrastructure’s Aviation Subcommittee.

Jo Damato

Jo Damato.

“This hearing highlights the importance of recruiting, retaining and engaging aviation talent, and underscores the work that must be energized” to ensure a large, qualified and diverse cohort of industry professionals is equipped to lead the industry in the years ahead, Damato said. She noted that the issue is a top concern for business aviation, which supports 1.2 million US jobs and $247bn in economic output.

Damato, who learned to fly as a teenager and trained other pilots before joining NBAA, recently represented business aviation on the Department of Transportation’s (DOT’s) Youth Access to American Jobs in Aviation Task Force, an industry-government group formed to provide workforce-development recommendations to federal transportation leaders.

The subcommittee’s hearing comes as the industry confronts a pressing, two-fold challenge: first, analysts predict that hundreds of thousands of aviation professionals, with a diversity of skill sets, will be needed in the coming decades; second, and of equal concern, a series of bottlenecks - including financial and cultural barriers, limited access to information and other hurdles - are impeding the workforce growth needed to meet the coming demand.

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Montreal:

Industry figurehead Rob Dewar presented with inaugural Elite Wings Distinguished Achievement Award

Elite Wings, the international aviation guides and events business, has presented Rob Dewar, Senior Vice President, A220 Customer Satisfaction, Services and Product Policy, with its inaugural Elite Wings Distinguished Achievement Award.

The award was given at the June Elite Wings Summer Aviation Summit, held in Montreal, Canada, which this year focused on debating and discussing opportunities within the business aviation sector.

Dewar began his storied career in aviation after earning his bachelor’s degree in engineering from McGill University. During his 30-year career, he held many senior roles in engineering and product development, including on the Bombardier Challenger 300 and Global Express programs, before taking on his current role with Airbus.

Among his most notable accomplishments was his pivotal leadership role in developing the Bombardier CSeries program, now known as the Airbus A220. The aircraft is recognized as the best in the small single-aisle category for its efficiency, passenger appeal, and reduced environmental footprint. More than 900 have been sold so far and have transported more than 100 million passengers over one million flight cycles. The corporate version of the A220 is known as the ACJ TwoTwenty. Dewar’s hard work, resilience, professionalism, and team spirit were the backbone of this program’s success.

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Washington, DC:

NBAA young professionals deliver ‘CLIMBING. FAST.’ message to Capitol Hill

The business aviation community’s sustainability leadership was front and center during a third annual Capitol Hill fly-in that mobilized an energized group of nearly 70 young industry professionals from across the country for meetings with lawmakers to highlight the industry’s many societal benefits.

This year’s fly-in, organized by the National Business Aviation Association’s Young Professionals (YoPro) in Business Aviation Council, was the first to include the message from the new CLIMBING. FAST. advocacy initiative, focused on the sector’s innovation to achieve net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

NBAA young professionals deliver ‘CLIMBING. FAST.’ message to Capitol Hill

“The CLIMBING. FAST. program underscores business aviation’s commitment to connecting the world in a sustainable manner, and we welcomed the opportunity the fly-in provided to convey that message with a bipartisan group of congressional representatives,” said YoPro Council Co-Chair Jamie Munoz, general manager of Galaxy FBO in Addison, TX.

Julia Harrington, incoming YoPro council co-chair and lead captain for Axis Jet in Chicago agreed, adding: “Sustainability is incredibly important to young people, and it is central to the industry’s future. It is clearly a message that resonates with Capitol Hill lawmakers and their staff.”

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Elixir Aircraft

Marc Douton

Marc Douton

French training aircraft manufacturer, Elixir Aircraft, has recruited Marc Douton as Director of Customer Support.

With his extensive experience of customer relations in the aviation industry, an international career and a solid technical background, he will reinforce the executive team as Elixir production ramps up. He took up his new post, based at La Rochelle headquarters, on 1st July 2024.

Having started his career in bench-mark maintenance workshops such as Air France, KLM, AOM, Air Tahiti Nui and SOGERMA, Marc joined the customer support teams of leading aircraft manufacturers Airbus and Malaysia Airlines where, in both cases, he supported the A380 entry into service.

Marc then worked in the Dassault Aviation group for ten years, as Falcon customer service representative in Eastern Europe, Asia and Polynesia. In 2022, he joined the consulting firm McLarens Aviation.

He holds several type ratings in the Airbus A340, A380, Boeing 767, 737 and Dassault Falcon 7X/8X families.

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WINGX Global Market Tracker:

Market flat but US charter rallying

  WINGX Global Market Tracker
In Week 27 (1st-7th July), total global business jet departures were on par (0.3% up) compared to Week 27 in 2023, ahead of the last 4-week trend of 2% decline, according to WINGX`s weekly Global Market Tracker published today.

Global Part135 & 91K activity was 4% ahead of W27 in 2023, the 4-week trend 2% ahead of last year. Globally there have been 12,520 active bizjets this month, down from 12,732 last July.

Year to date (1st January-7 th July), bizjet activity has fallen 1%, 31% ahead of 5 years ago. Combined bizjets and turboprop activity is down 2% compared to last year, 37% ahead of 5 years ago.

Global bizjet overview Week 27 2024 vs comparable 2023.

United States

In the United States, bizjet activity in Week 27 grew 3% compared to Week 27 in 2023, the last fourweek trend now 1% behind last year. Part 135 & 91K activity jumped 7% in Week 27 compared to Week 27 last year, the four-week trend is now 4% above last year. Florida, California and Texas were all ahead of Week 27 in 2023, Part135 and 91K activity in Texas jumping 17% ahead of W27 last year.

One week into July, US bizjet activity is 3% ahead of last year, 32% ahead of July 5 years ago. Top State Florida accounts for 11% of all US bizjet departures this month, with just under 7,000 flight hours flown out of airports in the Sunshine State.

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Savannah, Georgia:

Gulfstream G700 marks 100 days certified

July 8th marked 100 days since the all-new Gulfstream G700 received FAA type certification on March 29th and subsequently entered into service.

Additional certifications, steadily increasing flight hours and deliveries around the world along with continued city-pair speed records demonstrate unparalleled program maturity for the G700.

Gulfstream G700 marks 100 days certified

To date, the G700 has also earned European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) type certification along with type certificate validations from eight nations, including Mexico, and the growing fleet has exceeded 700 flight hours.

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Beyond the Surface

20 years crafting innovation

By Katharina List-Nagl, CEO of F/LIST.

  Katharina List-Nagl

F/LIST has been uniting craft, technology and design to create prestigious interiors for business aviation for twenty years. Katharina List-Nagl talks about the company’s evolution from kitchen cabinet maker to renowned interiors specialist and the impact its innovative spirit has had on cabin interiors.

Ask anybody who works in business aviation; it is generally agreed that twenty years is a long time in the industry.

As we reflect on our first two decades of activity in the aviation sector, we realize that our passion, dedication, and experience have assured our longevity. We handcraft exceptional cabin interiors, which is why we are still here.

This lateral thinking and creativity began when my grandfather started a small carpentry shop fitting kitchens and living rooms for local houses; my late father, Franz List, joined him as an apprentice at 14.

He invited me to become part of the story when we worked on our largest project to date, the outfitting of MS The World, a residential cruise ship of 165 luxury apartments. The completion of the project coincided with our launch into the aviation market.

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Wichita, Kansas:

Textron relocates Alaska stockroom to boost parts accessibility and distribution efficiency

Textron Aviation has announced the relocation of its parts stockroom in Alaska from Fairbanks to Anchorage to improve the accessibility and efficiency of parts distribution in the region.

Twin-engine Cessna SkyCourier turboprop.

Twin-engine Cessna SkyCourier turboprop.

Based on customer feedback, this move builds on the company’s previous investment of increased parts availability in Alaska to better support customers who utilize Cessna and Beechcraft aircraft, including the new twin-engine Cessna SkyCourier turboprop aircraft.

The stockroom is located at the Northland Aviation’s Anchorage facility, a Textron Aviation Authorized Service Facility that has been supporting customers since 1986.

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Los Angeles:

Clay Lacy completes first five Starlink installations

Clay Lacy Aviation has expanded its capabilities in its MRO services completing its first five installations of Starlink.

Expert maintenance technicians at Clay Lacy’s Waterbury-Oxford Airport (KOXC) and Van Nuys Airport (KVNY) FAA Part 145 Repair Stations completed the work on three Gulfstream G550s, a G650ER, and a Bombardier Global 6000.

Clay Lacy completes first five Starlink installations

Avionics Technicians preparing fuselage for Starlink Aero Terminal installation.

The work comes just months after Clay Lacy became one of the first authorized dealers and installers for the satellite-based internet solution that enables inflight 4K video calls, streaming, online gaming, and virtual private networks. The first installations have averaged three weeks and have been paired with additional inspections and upgrades to best optimize the downtime of the aircraft.

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Pets on Jets reign Supreme

As you read this, the GearUp TV team is filming the next set of BBGA shorts at Farnborough.

Check out this video from the first set that is performing extremely well on socials.

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Guest Article

Building a Multilingual Team: Enhancing Global Operations in Aviation

By Nasrin Qurashi, Director of HR & Legal, Aviation Services Management.

  Nasrin Qurashi

Nasrin Qurashi, Director of HR & Legal at Dubai-based Aviation Services Management (ASM), highlights the critical importance of having a team adept in various languages, cultures, and expectations from aviation authorities and diverse stakeholders globally.

The aviation industry is inherently global and culturally diverse, with commercial airlines and private jets operating across borders and languages.

As the industry continues to evolve, effective communication and cultural understanding are paramount. Building a multilingual team is a crucial strategy for success in this dynamic environment.

With over 25 years of experience, ASM has established strong relationships with international clients, and building a multilingual team has been instrumental in our continued success. Here, I explore the benefits and challenges of creating a multilingual workforce, particularly for an organization based in the Middle East working with globally scattered clients.

The Benefits of a Multilingual Team in Aviation

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Lakeland, Florida:

Sheltair and Avfuel present generous check to ACE from record-breaking SUN 'n FUN

Sheltair, the official fuel provider for the SUN ‘n FUN Aerospace Expo, along with Avfuel, celebrated their impactful partnership by presenting a generous check for over $15,700 to the Aerospace Center for Excellence (ACE).

This substantial donation, a result of fuel sales during the 50th anniversary of SUN 'n FUN, reflects the companies' commitment to giving back to the aviation community and supporting educational initiatives.

Sheltair and Avfuel present generous check to ACE from record-breaking SUN 'n FUN

SUN ‘n FUN Aerospace Expo celebrated its 50th Fly-In with an epic six-day showcase in April, drawing aviation enthusiasts and professionals from around the world. During the expo, Sheltair LAL saw record-breaking numbers pumping over 150,000 gallons of fuel and servicing approximately 1,100 aircraft, no small feat for the highly dedicated team under new General Manager Zach McDonald.

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Wichita, Kansas:

Textron to showcase next generation of military aircrew multi-engine training aircraft at Farnborough 2024

Building upon the versatile and reliable Beechcraft King Air 260, Textron Aviation has announced that its new military multi-engine training aircraft will be on display at the Farnborough International Airshow (FIA) for the first time, marking its debut in Europe.

This state-of-the-art aircrew training aircraft was recently chosen to modernize aircrew training for the United States Navy’s Multi-Engine Training System (METS) and the Future Aircrew Training (FAcT) program in Canada.

Textron to showcase next generation of military aircrew multi-engine training aircraft at Farnborough 2024

Specific capabilities include factory options for TACAN (Air to Air), angle of attack (AOA), V/UHF radio, digital audio system, engine trend monitoring, condition-based maintenance plus, observer/jump seat, passenger mission seats and full-face oxygen masks.

The company will feature the missionized King Air 260 aircraft at the static display (Stand No: A031) July 22-26 at Farnborough Airport.

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Brussels:

EBAA joins Dassault Aviation in legal action against EU Commission’s Taxonomy Delegated Act

The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) has announced its legal assistance to intervene in support of Dassault Aviation’s legal challenge against the European Commission’s Delegated Act on EU Taxonomy.

This action, lodged with the General Court of the European Union on July 4th 2024, highlights EBAA’s dedication to defending the interests of the Business Aviation sector against measures that hinder our companies' ability to invest in sustainability and innovation.

The EU Taxonomy is a classification system designed to identify environmentally sustainable economic activities, aiding companies and investors in making informed decisions about sustainable investments and green financing. However, the current Delegated Act explicitly excludes Business Aviation while including commercial aviation, a decision EBAA views as unprecedented and discriminatory.

This exclusion jeopardises the competitiveness of European business aircraft manufacturers, operators, and the entire value chain within this strategic ecosystem. Moreover, excluding our sector from the EU Taxonomy framework may discourage financial institutions from financing the manufacturing and purchase of more efficient and sustainable aircraft, thereby undermining our common global goal of decarbonising aviation.

EBAA considers this measure unjust, disregarding the positive contributions of Business Aviation to innovation and sustainability in the aviation industry.

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Hollister, CA and Kemble, UK:

ZeroAvia unveils AI software to slash hydrogen production costs

Advanced algorithm designed to reduce cost and emissions for green H2 production.

ZeroAvia, a leader in hydrogen-electric, zero-emission aviation, has developed revolutionary AI-driven, scalable smart microgrid optimization software which promises to minimize the cost of hydrogen production for clean aviation and other applications.

Real-world testing of the Smart Hydrogen AI Production Software (SHAIPS) has shown in excess of a 20 percent reduction of the levelized cost of hydrogen (LCOH) compared to an electrolyzer generating all H2 based on the average electricity wholesale price.

In order to test the software on real hardware, the company’s advanced software division, based in Silicon Valley, worked with its hydrogen infrastructure team to develop a working sub-scale smart microgrid in California, inclusive of renewable generation (solar), battery storage system, electrolyzers, and gaseous hydrogen storage.

The hardware testing has validated many of the underlying assumptions in modeled scenarios, proving the applicability of the software for delivering cost-effective and eco-friendly hydrogen production.

SHAIPS will allow the producer to set a limit on the carbon intensity of hydrogen production, meaning the hydrogen can qualify for the most generous subsidies in their geography.

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Alaska:

Textron delivers first Cessna SkyCourier Combi

Textron Aviation has announced the delivery of the first Cessna SkyCourier twin-engine utility turboprop equipped with a Combi interior conversion option.

The aircraft was delivered to Everts Air, an Alaskan-based Part 135 operator serving passenger, cargo and charter needs throughout Alaska. Everts also operates Part 121, providing cargo and on-demand charter throughout North, Central and South America, as well as the Caribbean Islands.

Textron delivers first Cessna SkyCourier Combi

“The Cessna SkyCourier’s new Combi option demonstrates the aircraft’s ability to meet the versatile mission profiles of our customers around the world,” said Lannie O’Bannion, senior vice president, Sales and Flight Operations.

"We are grateful that longtime Cessna customers like Everts Air recognize the value in our products as business tools and their capability in serving customers.”

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Albacete, Spain:

Daher equips Airbus Helicopters’ new logistics hub at Albacete

Airbus Helicopters has officially opened its new logistics hub at Albacete, Spain, which is equipped and operated by Daher as the lead logistics partner.

Located adjacent to the Airbus Helicopters production facility at Albacete, the 50,000 sq.m. warehouse will optimize operations and create several hundred new skilled jobs for the wider Castilla-La Mancha region. The inauguration was attended by Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez.

Daher equips Airbus Helicopters’ new logistics hub at Albacete

To ensure delivery of the required service level, Daher equipped the new hub with a highly automated and robotized storage system - the first of its kind in the aeronautics industry - using cutting-edge technology from Exotec, a leading French warehouse automation systems specialist.

The hub’s ambitious and disruptive technologies reduce the total amount of storage space required, as well as delivering the specified levels of efficiency and responsiveness, while also significantly reducing the need for operators to move around the site. Every aspect of the design focuses on optimizing quality control, reducing human error, maximizing safety and improving operator working conditions.

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Chengdu, China:

China's largest hub for bizav and eVTOL launches at Chengdu

Chengdu FBO commenced operations on June 28th, signifying a significant development for business aviation and the low-altitude economy in the Southwest region.

The launch not only marks a new chapter in the aviation industry of Southwest China, but also highlights Chengdu's forward-looking strategy in pioneering the "business aviation + low-altitude economy" integrated model.

Sichuan Huahui Business Aviation Services Co., Ltd., established in April 2023 through a partnership between Sichuan Airport Group Aviation Ground Services Co., Ltd. and Sino Jet (Beijing) Co., Ltd., serves as the exclusive authorized operator of Chengdu FBO, consolidating top-tier resources.

Serving as a regional hub for business aviation and a new benchmark for low-altitude economic development, the launch of Chengdu FBO will inject fresh vitality into the business aviation sector and facilitate unprecedented advancement in the low-altitude economy of Southwest China.

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Chile:

ACS arranges charter for Linus the greater kudu

Leading aircraft charter specialist, Air Charter Service, recently helped to arrange the transport of an eight-month-old greater kudu, named Linus, from a zoo to his new home in a conservation area in Chile.

The greater kudu is a large woodland antelope, typically found throughout eastern and southern Africa, and male adults have distinctive spiral antlers that can grow as long as 1.8 metres, although Linus’s are not yet fully grown, but he will benefit from his larger new home as he grows.

Linus the greater kudu.

Linus the greater kudu.

Richard Thompson, President of ACS Americas, commented: “The zoo is a non-profit organisation, and so, in the past, had always used commercial services for any animal transport, but Linus’s crate was too tall for this, so they contacted ACS for a solution.

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Events

United Kingdom:

Gearing up for ACE’24 at London Biggin Hill Airport

The Air Charter Association (The ACA) in partnership with Business Air News, will be hosting the annual Air Charter Expo (ACE’24) on Tuesday 10th September 2024 at London Biggin Hill Airport.

With more than 100 exhibitors confirmed, ACE’24 is set to be the largest Air Charter Expo to date. There is a diverse selection of aircraft on static display including the all-new Dassault Falcon 6X - on display in the UK for the first time - as well as a Gulfstream 700 from Qatar Executive. The event will host an engaging conference programme, featuring business, cargo and rotary air charter, alongside sessions on sustainability and innovation.

Robert Walters, commercial director, London Biggin Hill Airport (L), with Kevin Ducksbury, chairman, The ACA.

Robert Walters, commercial director, London Biggin Hill Airport (L), with Kevin Ducksbury, chairman, The ACA.

Kevin Ducksbury, chair of The Air Charter Association, says: “We are thrilled that ACE’24 is set to be the biggest to date, with more exhibitors confirmed than ever before. Many of our members and industry colleagues remark that ACE is the best industry networking event of the year and long may that continue.”

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And Finally

Bombardier positions Challenger 3500 mockup in Olbia, Italy, for customer viewings throughout the summer

Bombardier is presenting a mockup of the Challenger 3500 the private terminal of the Costa Smeralda Airport in Olbia, Italy.

Throughout the summer, business aviation clients will have a firsthand opportunity to experience the award-winning cabin and see the revolutionary seating of the super midsize jet. The journey of the full-size aircraft mockup included stops in Paris and Nice, France, and provides a convenient setting for European clients to discover the innovative and sophisticated features that make the Bombardier Challenger 3500 the leader in its class.

Bombardier positions Challenger 3500 mockup in Olbia, Italy, for customer viewings throughout the summer

“The presence of the Bombardier Challenger 3500 mockup in a frequented travel destination such as Olbia is a testament to our commitment to providing a stress-free and easy access to product viewing,” said Emmanuel Bornand, Vice President, International Sales, Bombardier. “This is one of the many ways we make the business aviation experience unique. Every step of the way, we consistently tailor our services and support to meet our clients at their altitude, and that only comes from a genuine understanding of who they are and what they need. We are thankful to have this opportunity to showcase the amazing comfort, luxury and seamless technological features of the best-selling Challenger 3500 in the beautiful Sardinian FBO.”

The Challenger 3500 has an impressive range, capable of flying 3,400 nautical miles (6,297 kilometers), which allows the aircraft to fly out of Olbia to anywhere non-stop in Europe and in most sought-after cities of Africa and the Middle East, including Abu Dhabi, Lagos, Nairobi and Brazzaville. This remarkable range is complemented by the super midsize jet’s ability to operate in challenging airports around the world, thanks to its takeoff distance of 4,835 feet (1,474 meters) and a landing distance of 2,308 feet (703 meters).

Guests of the Costa Smeralda Airport are welcome to visit the Bombardier Challenger 3500 mockup anytime without appointment throughout the months of July and August. Clients interested in discovering the super midsize jet can also book a private viewing by contacting the Bombardier Sales team.


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