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BlueSky Business Aviation News | 30th May 2024 | Issue #750


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Washington, DC:

GAMA releases 'mixed' Q1 2024 Shipment and Billing Report, but industry remains solid

The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) published the First Quarter 2024 General Aviation Aircraft Shipment and Billing Report on Wednesday (29th May).

The results for the first three months of 2024 when compared to the same period in 2023, show deliveries were flat for piston airplanes and piston helicopters, decreased for turboprops and turbine helicopters, and increased for business jets. Total aircraft billings were up 3.2% at $4.7bn.

“While the first three months of the year produced a mixed report, the health of the industry remains solid with robust order backlogs strong across all segments," said Pete Bunce, GAMA President and CEO.

"Our industry continues to be challenged by significant supply chain issues across the board that range from raw materials, through forgings and castings, to basic parts availability. These challenges are most acute in our engine sector. Workforce availability is yet another area that is constraining production.

"However, we are encouraged to see deliveries of business jets continue to increase and remain optimistic that this trend will include other aircraft segments as the year progresses. It is also encouraging for the industry to have a long-term reauthorization of the FAA passed into law and the new leadership atop both the FAA and EASA working to strengthen the effectiveness of their bilateral relations and work. These factors will help the industry move forward with new and enhanced technologies, products and innovations.”


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Danbury, Connecticut:

Global Jet Capital publishes annual Business Jet Market Forecast

Forecast projects $193bn in total transaction volume over the next 5 years.

Global Jet Capital, a global leader in financial solutions for business aircraft, has released its annual Business Jet Market Forecast.

In the updated report, the company projects continued growth for the next five years. The forecast also contains insights and projections for the business aviation market through 2028, including breakdowns of new deliveries and pre-owned transactions. The high level of detail in the report is based on outputs generated by Global Jet Capital’s proprietary transaction forecast model.

“Following two years of decline, the business jet market is expected to grow again in 2024," said Andrew Farrant, Chief Marketing Officer.

"New deliveries should increase to serve the large backlogs OEMs have accumulated over the past two years, while the pre-owned market is now back to more normal levels and should restart a long-term trend of steady growth."


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Detroit, Michigan:

Detroit Airport set to soar with Avflight partnership and major revitalization efforts

Avflight, along with the City of Detroit, announces the first significant initiative in 50 years to rejuvenate Coleman A. Young International Airport (KDET), marking a new chapter in Detroit’s aviation history.

Last year, the city received FAA approval to institute a 20-year airport development and strategy design plan, enabling the airport to apply for federal funding to subsidize infrastructure upgrades. Now, as an integral component of the rejuvenation effort, the city offered Avflight a 30 year-leasehold, the first such long-term lease in the airport’s history.

The long-term lease not only reflects the city’s confidence in Avflight as the airport’s sole FBO, but also allows the company a path forward to significantly invest in the property.

Detroit Airport set to soar with Avflight partnership and major revitalization efforts

Beginning this summer, Avflight will construct a modern terminal measuring - at a minimum - 3,000 square feet, along with a 15,000-square-foot heated hangar next to the existing terminal.

The structures will greatly enhance the airport’s amenities, services and security, making KDET an enticing option for transient visitors, airport tenants, charter operators and more.


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Guest Article

Competitive advantage: Private Aviation’s impact on sports travel

Kyle Patel

By Kyle Patel, Founder and CEO of BitLux.

Bitlux President, Kyle Patel, shares his views and explains why private aviation's global impact on sports travel is significant.

Private aviation has become increasingly popular for sports travel, offering several advantages over commercial air travel. The list of sports stars and teams choosing private jets has grown considerably since the pandemic.

Convenience and flexibility are key, but there are also some surprising benefits. In the eyes of Kyle Patel, President of global private aviation company Bitlux, none is as important as allowing teams enhanced performance and recovery.

Competitive advantage: Private Aviation’s impact on sports travel

"Private jets allow sports teams to travel directly to their destinations, avoiding crowded airports and lengthy security checks. Smaller local airports can be used that are not available to commercial airlines, making travel hassle-free. This can significantly reduce travel time and fatigue, which is crucial for athletes to maintain their peak performance and ensure timely recovery between matches or competitions.”

Customizable comfort and amenities are also coveted factors for professional teams opting to fly private. Private jets feature spacious cabins, private bathrooms, and a quiet environment conducive to rest and relaxation, physically and psychologically.


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EBACE 2024:

UAS International Trip Support and 4AIR announce strategic partnership

UAS International Trip Support and aviation sustainability solution leader, 4AIR, have announced a strategic partnership that will see UAS offer award-winning sustainable aviation solutions to its global clientele of Heads of State, VVIPs, Fortune Global 500 companies, commercial airlines, and business jet operators.

This partnership supports UAS’ goal to provide its clients with end-to-end aviation solutions and become a one-stop shop for all aviation needs.

Omar Hosary UAS Co-Founder and CEO, and Nancy BSales, COO, 4Air at EBACE 2024.

Omar Hosary UAS Co-Founder and CEO, and Nancy BSales, COO, 4Air at EBACE 2024.

4AIR's dedication to aviation sustainability is evident through its comprehensive suite of programs, covering voluntary sustainability initiatives, regulatory monitoring & compliance , and sustainable aviation fuel inventory management.

Engaging with industry stakeholders including fuel producers, suppliers, FBOs, end-users, as well as environmental and industry associations, 4AIR's commitment to reducing the cost of decarbonizing aviation reinforces their aim of making sustainability accessible and cost-effective for industry stakeholders.

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Wichita, Kansas:

400th Citation Latitude rolls off the production line

The 400th Cessna Citation Latitude business jet has rolled out of production at Textron Aviation's factory in Wichita, Kansas, and is expected to be delivered later this year.

Employees recognized the milestone with a special celebration at the company’s headquarters in Wichita.

400th Citation Latitude rolls off the production line

"The Citation Latitude has redefined aircraft performance, efficiency and cabin experience,” said Todd McKee, senior vice president, Integrated Supply Chain.

“Thanks to the dedication and skill of our team, we are continuously innovating and enhancing the Citation jets’ design and manufacturing process, providing our customers with unmatched performance, productivity and profitability. With our sights set on the future, we are committed to ongoing investment in research and development to continue inspiring the journey of flight.”

Certified in 2015, the Citation Latitude has been the world’s most-delivered midsize business jet for eight consecutive years and has proved a hit with customers due to its reliability, versatility and impressive 2,700-nautical mile range.


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Luxaviation Group completes full acquisition of Paragon

Luxaviation Group, one of the largest business aircraft and helicopter operators worldwide headquartered in Luxembourg, has finalised its acquisition of Paragon Aviation Group, a leading network of FBOs and international handling agents, creating a global FBO network of over 140 locations.

Luxaviation Group has continued to expand its global footprint in the aviation industry. Following the recent acquisition of Sky Valet, which integrated 17 Fixed Base Operations (FBOs) into its ExecuJet brand, Luxaviation has now completed the full acquisition of Paragon Aviation Group.

Paragon Aviation Group is renowned for providing robust support to its members through strategic sales and marketing initiatives via The Paragon Network and their Strategic Partners.

This acquisition marks another significant step in Luxaviation's strategy to strengthen its position in the global market, enhancing its service offerings and operational reach.



WINGX Global Market Tracker:

Bizjet demand wallowing as summer season starts

  WINGX Global Market Tracker

In Week 21 (20th-26th May), sixty-nine thousand global bizjet sectors were flown, 5% behind the previous week, down 2% compared to week 21 in 2023 according to WINGX`s weekly Global Market Tracker, published today.

Global Part 135 & 91K sectors fell 4% compared to Week 21 in 2023. As May draws to a close, global bizjet activity is down 3.5% compared to May last year, though still 31% ahead of 2019.

Over the same period, scheduled airlines are flying 1% more than last May, 9% more than May 5 years ago. Dedicated freighter activity is 4% behind last year, 16% ahead of 2019.

United States

In Week 21, bizjet activity fell 10% compared to the previous week (Week 20), 3% below Week 21 last year. Activity in Florida fell 6% compared to the previous week, on par with Week 21 in 2023. Demand in California and Texas also fell this week, 8% and 4% behind flight levels in Week 21 2023 respectively.

So far this month US bizjet activity has fallen 4% compared to May last year, 7% behind May 2022.

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EBACE 2024:

Business aviation through the specialist consultancy lens: 2024, a snapshot from ALTEA

As the industry’s knowledgeable crowds gather for EBACE 2024 in Geneva, ALTEA, takes a look at the main trends in Europe that are impacting the bizjet picture as owners, operators, FBOs and aftermarket providers navigate a fluctuating and complex path.

As international service providers consolidate and merge, fleets are undergoing transformation. Older aircraft are being upgraded to operate successfully along new, technologically advanced models. According to specialist firm, ALTEA, values are being sustained via these discerning and astute refurbishment programmes, and the undimmed pursuit of ever-greener aviation.

Business aviation through the specialist consultancy lens. 2024, a snapshot from ALTEA

“These advances are beginning to create a modern, efficient environment where speed, sustainability, service, safety and connectivity come together to deliver the flying experience that today’s HNWIs, governments, public entities, and businesses demand,” says Andrew Butler, Partner, ALTEA.

Looking back over the past twelve months, business aviation has demonstrated resilience and stability in a turbulent and complex global environment.


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EBACE 2024:

SD confirms Avcon Jet as launch customer for SD Plane Simple fuselage mount ESA terminal

Announces industry-first monthly pricing model.

Satcom Direct, the business aviation solutions provider, has confirmed that Avcon Jet, one of the world’s leading private aviation management companies is the launch customer for the SD Plane Simple Electronically Steered Antenna (ESA) Ku-band, flat panel terminal.

On service introduction, Avcon Jet is looking to equip multiple aircraft with the advanced technology, as part of a wider fleet upgrade program.

SD confirms Avcon Jet as launch customer for SD Plane Simple fuselage mount ESA terminal

The first operator to optimize the numerous benefits of the full SD Plane Simple antenna portfolio, Avcon Jet will also look to outfit aircraft with the SD Plane Simple Ku-band tail mount antenna powered by the dedicated-to-business-aviation Intelsat FlexExec airtime and the Ka-band tail mount variant, which connects with the Viasat Ka-band existing and next-generation satellites.


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United Arab Emirates:

Completion of 36,000 sqm ramp marks milestone in completion of Gama Aviation's Sharjah FBO/MRO

The facility, due to open in Q2, 2025, will deliver extensive business aviation infrastructure to Sharjah International Airport.

Gama Aviation announces that it has completed a major milestone in the construction of its new Business Aviation Centre facility at Sharjah International Airport.

Completion of 36,000 sqm ramp marks milestone in completion of Gama Aviation's Sharjah FBO/MRO

Designed to facilitate a range of business jet types, helicopters and future eVTOL air systems, the Business Aviation Centre will be comprised of a 14,000 sqm air-conditioned premium hangar; a 36,000 sqm of dedicated aircraft parking apron; a world class VVIP terminal; optimised fast access to the aircraft for owners and flight crew; fast road connections to DIFC and Downtown; enhanced in-house MRO capabilities.

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Guest Article

The evolution of the cockpit

The cockpit is the control room of an aircraft - everything that happens on a flight is managed from this centre of operations. Artemis Aerospace investigates how cockpit design has changed over the years.

The evolution of the cockpit

We’ve all seen photos of an aircraft cockpit – a bewildering array of lights, switches, panels, buttons, levers and monitors. Cockpit technology has evolved hugely over the years and pilots need regular simulator training to ensure they’re on top of all the changes.

But how have cockpits developed and what changes have been made over the years?

To start with, why is it called a cockpit? Originally the word meant a pit in which cockfighting took place in the 16th century. In 1609 a small ‘theatre’ in the round was set up in Drury Lane in London for cockfighting events; this became known as the Cockpit Theatre and subsequently went on host world-class drama and become a major cultural centre in Tudor England.


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EBACE 2024:

Jet Aviation launches first Innovation Space and Acoustic Experience in Basel

Jet Aviation has launched its first in-house innovation test and display room in Basel. The space is built to represent part of a narrow-body fuselage and allows customers to experience some of the latest cabin innovations and technological advancements at Jet Aviation, including acoustic treatments.

Designed as a showroom and experimental space for the latest cabin innovations, the Innovation Space at Jet Aviation Basel enables customers to experience variable sound intensities to simulate cabin noise levels and better understand the effects of different acoustic levels in flight.

Jet Aviation launches first Innovation Space and Acoustic Experience in Basel

It also features an in-flight entertainment room where the team can test and personalize different configurations for a customer before installing them on an aircraft, and allows the team to showcase new innovative materials and concepts.

“Creating this experimental space in-house allows us to continue to explore new technologies and enhance our offerings as we strive to create beautifully bespoke interior cabin experiences for our customers,” says Christoph Fondalinski, vice president Completions.


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EBACE 2024:

Menzies Aviation launches Executive Aviation FBO brand - Pearl

Menzies Aviation, the leading service partner to the world’s airports and airlines, has announced the acquisition of Flystar Flight Support, a leading supplier of executive aviation services in the Balkans. The acquisition forms part of Menzies’ new independent venture, Pearl Executive Aviation.

Menzies Aviation launches Executive Aviation FBO brand - Pearl

Operating as Pearl Executive Aviation, the independent brand will offer premium ground handling services for private jets, VIP passengers and crew, providing a seamless and convenient experience at more than 25 locations across the globe.

This includes a 24/7 Operations Control Center (OCC), which serves as the heart of Pearl’s operations, managing every aspect of its services including 24/7 trip support and hospitality.


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EBACE 2024:

Spectrum Aeromed delivers fourth Challenger air ambulance for Redstar Aviation

Fargo, North Dakota-headquartered Spectrum Aeromed, a global leader in air medical and air ambulance solutions, has announced the recent completion and delivery of its latest air ambulance interior to Redstar Aviation.

This installation marks the fourth Challenger aircraft equipped by Redstar Aviation with Spectrum Aeromed's state-of-the-art Dual Patient Intensive Care Systems, highlighting a continuous and successful partnership between the two companies.

Dual Patient Air Ambulance Configuration in Redstar Aviation's Challenger 605

Dual Patient Air Ambulance Configuration in Redstar Aviation's Challenger 605

Redstar Aviation is renowned for its diverse fleet, expert team, and commitment to safety and quality and has consistently integrated Spectrum Aeromed's advanced systems across various aircraft models, demonstrating the adaptability and efficiency of these solutions.


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EBACE 2024:

EBACE2024 opening keynote extolls business aviation’s net-zero future

Collaboration, innovation, sustainable technologies and emission-free flight dominated the opening keynote session at the 2024 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE2024).

In his welcome remarks, NBAA President and CEO Ed Bolen underscored the importance of bringing industry leaders together.

“EBACE is the place to be to talk about the big issues and challenges and opportunities that our industry has,” Bolen said. “As we bring every segment of the community together from all over the world, we’re going to have an opportunity to help shape the future of flight.”

EBACE2024 Opening Keynote (L to R): Ed Bolen, NBAA; Dr. Bertrand Piccard, Solar Impulse Foundation; Delphine Bachmann, State of Geneva; John Santurbano, EUROCONTROL; Holger Krahmer, EBAA.

Bolen then introduced EBAA’s new Secretary-General, Holger Krahmer, who began his new leadership position five months ago after a decade of serving in European Parliament.

“Safeguarding a competitive and fair European single market for business aviation operators is essential,” Krahmer said. “There is hope for a more business friendly environment, but we must remain vigilant. Our role in business aviation is more crucial than ever before.”

Krahmer also took a moment to highlight EBAA’s new membership in the industry’s CLIMBING. FAST. advocacy campaign, which is aimed at showcasing business aviation’s commitment to economic opportunity, sustainability and innovation, as well as achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2050. “At EBACE, we’re spearheading a surge of aviation and carbon-free flight.”


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EBACE 2024:

EBAA joins forces with bizav's usiness aviation’s sustainability campaign, CLIMBING. FAST.

CLIMBING. FAST. campaign partners have welcomed the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) as a formal member, joining the international coalition of leading aviation organisations in supporting the advocacy initiative focused on advancing the industry’s bold commitment to reach net-zero carbon emissions by 2050.

The partnership was made public at EBACE2024 in Geneva, Switzerland, in a press session held as part of the show’s pre-convention Media Day.

Climbing. Fast.

CLIMBING.FAST. is a multi-media advocacy initiative that educates policymakers and opinion leaders about business aviation’s many societal benefits, including the industry’s essential role in supporting jobs and economic activity, connecting communities, helping businesses succeed, providing humanitarian lift and leading the way in aviation sustainability through innovation, on the ground and in the air.

By joining as a formal member, EBAA is uniquely positioned to ensure the initiative is fit for purpose in the complex regulatory and cultural landscape of Europe.

EBAA Secretary General Holger Krahmer said: “By championing CLIMBING. FAST. in Europe, EBAA will leverage its deep understanding of European policy and its extensive network to ensure that the initiative is effectively localised and implemented, enhancing its impact and relevance on this side of the Atlantic."


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EBACE 2024:

TITAN Aviation Fuels extends its presence in Europe and beyond

Acquires acrobatic team to celebrate aviation and promote its potential.

Geneva-based TITAN Aviation Fuels International is extending its presence throughout Europe and adding more Sustainable Aviation Fuel, SAF, options to its product portfolio.

The international team, which is responsible for all territories outside of the USA, has added five new SAF sites to its Spanish network and is working with Spanish energy company CEPSA to increase the opportunity for uplift to customers flying from Madrid, Barcelona, Palma, Malaga and Seville airports.

The Titan Acrobatic team in full flight.

The Titan Acrobatic team in full flight.

TITAN Aviation Fuels recognizes the importance of sustainability for European operators, owners and customers, and is committed to supporting the industry’s ambitious plans to manage and mitigate greenhouse gas emissions. TITAN encourages clients to uplift SAF, provides blends where available and offers carbon offset options when it is not. The latest addition to its European network strengthens this offering.

“We are seeing more demand for sustainable aviation fuel from our customers, but supply remains a challenge in Europe, making it difficult to source," says CEO, Daniel Coetzer. "The limited supply and demand also affect price. However, we have recently increased our supply in Spain and continue to seek out new SAF suppliers. For customers that are unable to source the fuel we provide our own carbon offset program, which customers can subscribe to.”


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EBACE 2024:

ForeFlight to collaborate with Breakthrough Energy on contrail avoidance

Luxaviation has committed to join as a participant in the use of Breakthrough’s innovative API that could aid flight planners and pilots in reducing contrail-induced emissions, furthering ForeFlight’s commitment to enhancing pilots’ informed decision-making.

ForeFlight, a Boeing company, has announced a collaboration with Breakthrough Energy (BE), a global climate and clean energy group, at the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE).

This joint effort aims to equip business aviation operators like Luxaviation with advanced tools to avoid contrails and thereby reduce their environmental impact.

The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) recently published a report that concluded contrails account for about 35% of aviation’s global warming impact. Contrails form behind aircraft when hot, humid exhaust mixes with colder air at high altitudes, causing water vapor to condense and freeze into ice crystals.

ForeFlight is working with BE to explore how its software tools - which analyze weather forecasts, satellite imagery and other data to model and detect contrails - can help business aviation operators lessen their environmental impact.


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EBAA celebrates landmark victory in Polish Supreme Court PNR case

The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) has announced a significant legal victory in Poland, marking a historic precedent for the Passenger Name Record (PNR) issue in the country.

On Thursday (23rd May), the Supreme Administrative Court of Poland issued a landmark ruling, the first of its kind, which opens the path for all affected parties to pursue their claims regarding PNR regulations.

This groundbreaking case, the first PNR case ever heard in Poland, sets a precedent that will shape future jurisprudence in the country.

The case was brought forward by an air carrier in the business aviation sector, which was administratively fined by the Border Guard for allegedly violating the PNR Law. However, the Supreme Administrative Court reversed the judgment of the lower court and annulled the decision imposing the fine.

The Court’s decision underscores that penalties imposed on air carriers cannot be automatically applied and highlights the need for legislative changes to harmonize national laws with European principles.

This ruling is the first final judgment by a Polish court on this matter and is expected to influence subsequent cases significantly.


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United Kingdom:

The ACA launches online Air Charter Broker training

The Air Charter Association (The ACA) is launching a new online version of the Air Charter Broker Qualification to ensure greater access to training resources for members around the world.

The training course is designed to provide individuals with the knowledge that they will need to succeed as an air charter broker and ensures that brokers are aware of industry best practices as set out by The ACA.

The training resources delivered within the Air Charter Broker Qualification support members to upskill new staff, as well as allowing more experienced brokers to refresh their knowledge. The course also provides a fantastic networking opportunity for brokers to connect with industry colleagues from around the world, with The Association’s membership now covering 59 countries globally.

The ACA will continue to offer in-person training and support to its members through the existing Air Charter Broker Qualification and has so far provided training to delegates from over 100 member companies, across the Level 1, Level 2 and Level 3 courses.


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EBACE 2024:

EBAA launches S.T.A.R.S. Programme at EBACE2024

The European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) has announced the formal launch of Tier 1 of the Standards & Training for Aviation Responsibility and Sustainability (S.T.A.R.S.) Programme at the 2024 European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition (EBACE), marking a stepping stone in business aviation’s sustainable future.

S.T.A.R.S. represents a groundbreaking initiative offering a holistic framework for organisations to develop and seamlessly integrate environmental and social strategies. By aligning with both the Business Aviation Commitment on Climate Change (BACCC) and the UN Sustainable Development Goals, S.T.A.R.S. propels business aviation companies towards a brighter, more responsible future.

Maureen Gautier, EBAA Sustainability & Future Workforce Manager, expressed excitement about the launch, stating, "With S.T.A.R.S., together with our successful trial partners, we have laid down a strong foundation for sustainable practices in our industry. The official launch of Tier 1 opened up the programme for official registration, allowing business aviation companies to fully embrace environmental and social responsibility without compromising the profitability of their business operations."


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And Finally

AGlaze paint sealant relaunches with ISO 9001 Certification, ready for airline use

Gryphon Aviation Partners appointed as Global Marketing Partner.

As the aviation industry embraces greener practices, AGlaze International, a leading British innovator in paint sealant technology, is excited to reintroduce its enhanced formula to the commercial airline market.

This relaunch follows the award of ISO 9001 certification, compliance with Airbus and Boeing standards, approvals from several business aircraft manufacturers and the exclusive engagement of Gryphon Aviation Partners (UK) Ltd. as its global marketing agency.

GainJet B757 sporting the AGlaze paint sealant protection and brilliance.

GainJet B757 sporting the AGlaze paint sealant protection and brilliance.

AGlaze's advanced sealant forms a flexible, durable barrier that fills microscopic irregularities in painted surfaces. This results in a glossy, drag-reducing finish that protects against UV damage and facilitates easy removal of grime and pollutants.

Mike Cappuccitti, a veteran aviation professional with a rich background at BAE, Alan Mann Aviation, and Bombardier, leads Gryphon’s worldwide network of sales associates. The network spans the USA, Brazil, UK, Nigeria, Uganda, Dubai, Bangalore, and Kuala Lumpur, with further plans for expansion into mainland Europe, Australasia, and the Far East.

United Airlines previously painted two aircraft within 18 days of each other, treating one with AGlaze and leaving the other untreated. Over eight months, the untreated aircraft's gloss diminished by 14%, while the treated one maintained its shine. "AGlaze consistently preserves an aircraft’s paint life, offering significant cost savings as a full aircraft paint job is a substantial investment," Mike Cappuccitti noted. "It also positively enhances an airline’s brand image, delivering a clean, glossy appearance that every airline desires."


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