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BlueSky Business Aviation News | 23rd May 2024 | Issue #749

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Accessing Business Aviation

Top 10 considerations when buying a fractional aircraft

Nick Copley

Nick Copley, president of SherpaReport, does the heavy lifting when it comes to defining what you need to know about access to business aviation, whether full ownership, fractional, jet cards or charters.

This month he explores the most important considerations when purchasing a fraction of an aircraft.

As the demand for business aviation remains strong, fractional aircraft ownership has emerged as a compelling option for individuals and businesses seeking the benefits of private aviation without the full cost and responsibility of owning an entire aircraft.

Buying a fractional aircraft share means paying for part ownership of an aircraft. Depending on the size of your share, you will be allocated a fixed amount of flying time, usually ranging between 50 and 400 hours annually, on the specific aircraft type you choose.

Top 10 considerations when buying a fractional aircraft

“Fractional ownership is an excellent option if you fly privately at least 50 hours a year,” says Nick Copley, President of SherpaReport, a comprehensive, independent source for in-depth information about the private aviation market. “It is important to know that you may never fly in “your own” plane. You’re buying access to a type of aircraft. If the operator has 10 of them, you may fly in all 10 at some point,” Copley explains.

Making informed decisions about fractional ownership requires careful consideration of various factors. Here are the top 10 considerations when (considering) buying a fractional aircraft:


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Melbourne, Florida:

Satcom Direct celebrates first STC for SD Plane Simple Ka-band terminal

Satcom Direct has confirmed approval by the Federal Aviation Administration for the first Supplemental Type Certificate (STC) for the SD Plane Simple Ka-band tail mount terminal for a Gulfstream G650.

Equipping the Gulfstream GVI-type with the advanced technology represents a significant milestone in the SD Plane Simple antenna series rollout.

Satcom Direct Plane Simple Ka-band terminal certified for Gulfstream G650

Gulfstream Aerospace Corp. collaborated with SD to obtain this STC. The antenna complements existing SD hardware which includes a Satcom Direct Gateway Router and WiFi hub to distribute high-speed broadband to all passenger and crew devices. SD Plane Simple Ka-band hardware is now available for installation through authorized Gulfstream and Jet Aviation Service Centers.

Connecting immediately with existing Viasat GX satellites, which power the Jet ConneX service, the SD Plane Simple Ka-band antenna is the first terminal in business aviation that will optimize compatibility with Viasat next-generation GX satellites.


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Toluca, Mexico:

Universal Aviation Mexico earns IS-BAH Accreditation

Universal Aviation Mexico - Toluca, based at Toluca International Airport (MMTO), has earned Stage 1 accreditation under the International Standard for Business Aviation Handling (IS-BAH).

“At Universal Aviation Mexico, our priority has always been the safety and satisfaction of our clients. Achieving Stage 1 IS-BAH accreditation is a testament to this commitment,” said Agustín Lanzagorta, Jr., Country Manager, Universal Aviation Mexico.

“This accreditation reflects our dedication to maintaining the highest standards of safety and service. As we continue to enhance our operations, we are committed to pursuing IS-BAH accreditation across all our locations, ensuring that every client experiences the utmost in safety and professional handling.”

The International Standard for Business Aircraft Handling (IS-BAH) is a set of global industry best practices for business aviation ground handlers, which features at its core a safety management system (SMS).

The IS-BAH follows the structure of the International Standard for
Business Aircraft Operations (IS-BAO) Program and incorporates the NATA Safety 1st Ground Audit Program. IS-BAH is the global industry standard for handlers and operators around the world to meet the coming SMS requirements from the International Civil Aviation Organization.

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Wichita, Kansas:

Textron eAviation acquires Amazilia Aerospace

Textron eAviation Inc., a Textron Inc. business segment, announced that Textron eAviation GmbH has acquired substantially all the assets of Amazilia Aerospace GmbH, a respected developer of digital flight control, flight guidance and vehicle management systems for civil manned and unmanned aircraft.

“We’re excited to welcome Amazilia Aerospace’s talented employees and innovative technologies to the Textron eAviation team,” said Kriya Shortt, President & CEO, Textron eAviation segment. “This integration represents our continued dedication to pushing the boundaries of technology to deliver exceptional solutions for our customers.”

With this integration, Amazilia Aerospace’s skilled workforce of approximately 30 employees and facilities based in Munich, Germany joins Textron eAviation GmbH, part of the Textron eAviation business segment of Textron Inc.

“This acquisition validates the hard work and dedication of our team,” said Christoph Dörhöfer, President and Managing Director of Amazilia Aerospace. “We look forward to joining a company that’s as passionate as we are about advancing aviation technology.”

This addition strengthens Textron eAviation’s internal capabilities, supporting its focus on positively impacting the next generation of flight. The former Amazilia Aerospace team will work closely with Textron eAviation’s Pipistrel team on aircraft such as the Surveyor and Nuuva.

Textron eAviation

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Los Angeles:

Signature LAX now 100% supplied by blended SAF

Signature Aviation has announced a new milestone in sustainability by bringing a 100% supply of blended Neste MY Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) to its Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) location.

This achievement aligns with the company’s steadfast commitment to environmental responsibility and mission to accelerate the aviation industry’s adoption of sustainable practices.

Signature LAX now 100% supplied by blended SAF

With the transition completed on April 1, Signature LAX becomes the second private aviation terminal worldwide to ensure a 100% supply of blended SAF, joining Signature’s location at San Francisco International Airport (SFO). This means that every gallon of fuel supplied to Signature’s guests at these locations is blended SAF.

Since centralizing sustainability efforts under the Signature Renew banner in 2020, Signature Aviation has achieved remarkable progress towards the aviation industry’s journey to net zero in 2050.


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Savannah, Georgia:

Gulfstream G700 earns EASA certification

Gulfstream's all-new G700 has received European Union Aviation Safety Agency (EASA) type certification, following the aircraft’s FAA type certification on March 29th

“The Gulfstream team is proud to add EASA to our growing G700 certification accomplishments,” said Mark Burns, president, Gulfstream.

“During the flight test program, we took the G700 across the globe, and the response to the aircraft’s cabin size, flexibility and performance has been outstanding. This EASA certification unlocks G700 deliveries for many more of our international customers, and we are excited to see our next-generation fleet grow around the world.”

Gulfstream G700 earns EASA certification

Before FAA certification, Gulfstream announced G700 performance enhancements for range, speed and cabin altitude. The aircraft’s range increased to 7,750 nautical miles/14,353 kilometers at Mach 0.85 or 6,650 nm/12,316 km at Mach 0.90, gaining 250 nm/463 km at both speeds over original projections.


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Andrea Coccetti

Andrea Coccetti

The Board Members of ATR appointed Andrea Coccetti as the company’s new Senior Vice-President Finance and Chief Financial Officer, effective May 1st. 2024.

He succeeds Antonio Di Gennaro who takes on new responsibilities within the Leonardo Helicopters management team.

In this role, Andrea joins ATR’s Top Management team, reporting to the company’s Chief Executive Officer, Nathalie Tarnaud Laude. He is based at the company’s headquarters in Toulouse, France.

Andrea brings 20 years of experience having held key financial leadership positions at Leonardo. Since 2015, he was the Chief Financial Officer for the Cyber & Security Solutions Division. Andrea began his career with Fantuzzi Reggiane, a large material handling equipment manufacturer with operational activities in Italy, Germany and China. Andrea holds a Master of Science in Economics from the University of Parma, Italy, and followed an Executive Leadership programme at the Imperial College London.

As the new CFO, Andrea will play a pivotal role in shaping ATR’s financial strategies and contributing to the manufacturer’s continuous innovation and development initiatives.

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Rustin King

Rustin King

George J. Priester Aviation continues to strengthen its national operations across its three aviation services brands with the appointment of experienced aviation leader Rustin King as National Charter Sales Director.

King, who brings more than 25 years of charter sales and management experience to the position, will lead teams at Priester Aviation, Mayo Aviation and Hill Private Aviation to expand charter sales and enhance the personal relationships with clients for which the companies are known.

King has experience managing sales in both larger and smaller operators. In a recent executive position, he managed a team that secured charter sales for more than 40 aircraft nationwide. At a previous aircraft sales and management company he delivered the largest block purchase in company history.

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WINGX Global Market Tracker:

Coming into the summer, bizjet traffic 1% adrift of last year, fractional operators still forging ahead

  WINGX Global Market Tracker

In Week 20 (13th-19th May), seventy-three thousand global bizjet sectors were flown, 3% ahead of the previous week, down 1% compared to week 20 in 2023.

Part 135 & 91K sectors increased 2% compared to the previous week, 2% below Week 20 in 2023. So far this year (1st January-19th May), global bizjet activity has fallen 1% compared to last year, down 3% compared to May 2022.

Over the same period, scheduled airlines are flying 5% ahead of last year, 44% ahead of May 2022. In contrast, dedicated freighters are flying 4% fewer flights than last year.

United States

In Week 20, bizjet activity grew 2% compared to the previous week (Week 19), 1% less than Week 20 in 2023. Part 135 & 91K activity in Week 20 grew 2% compared to the previous week, on par with Week 20 in 2023. Bizjet activity out of Florida dropped 10% compared to the previous week, although on par with Week 20 last year. California also saw week to week declines, dipping 1% below W20 in 2023.

Across the United States this month bizjet activity is 1% below May last year. Las Vegas Harry Reid (KLAS) is an outlier this month, seeing strong bizjet growth compared to May 2023.

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Luxaviation acquires 17 Sky Valet FBOs

Global FBO network now totals 141, following earlier takeover of Paragon.

Luxaviation Group has marked a significant milestone in its journey towards increasing its leadership position in the FBO industry with the acquisition of Sky Valet.

This strategic move bolsters its ExecuJet FBO network, bringing it to a robust 141 FBOs across all key regions globally. The acquisition synergizes with Luxaviation’s earlier 100% takeover of the Paragon Network, affirming its steadfast dedication to elevating client service standards with consistent excellence and competitive pricing across an expanded geographical footprint.

Luxaviation acquires 17 Sky Valet FBOs

Michel Tohane, President of the FBO division at Luxaviation Group, will be spearheading the FBO integration of Sky Valet into Luxaviation Group with a special focus on the experienced staff of 90 new colleagues.

Michel knows Sky Valet well, as he successfully led its operations as Executive Vice President before joining Luxaviation in 2021.


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Savannah, Georgia:

Gulfstream G650 and G650ER surpass 1 million flight hours

Gulfstream's award-winning Gulfstream G650 and G650ER surpassed 1 million flight hours. More than 560 aircraft are in service worldwide.

Gulfstream G650 and G650ER surpass 1 million flight hours

When the G650 entered service in 2012, followed by the G650ER in 2014, the aircraft redefined business aviation. The G650 earned the 2014 Robert J. Collier Trophy for its performance, safety and efficiency innovations, and continues to set industry standards. In 2022, the aircraft completed a flight using 100% sustainable aviation fuel (SAF), a business-jet industry original equipment manufacturer first.

Together, the G650 and G650ER have achieved more than 125 city-pair speed records, and the G650ER holds the record for the farthest fastest business jet flight in history.

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Connecting You Now

Steering in the right direction with ESA technology

By Chris Moore, President, Satcom Direct.

  Chris Moore

High-speed connectivity has traditionally been the domain of large-cabin, long-range jets. Antennas needed to be mounted in a radome on the aircraft tail, power was needed to make reliable connections, and at least five or six boxes were required to distribute WiFi through the cabin.

Satellite constellations supporting business aviation were limited, too. Geostationary orbit (GEO) constellations provide the fastest and most reliable options, and L-band services provide limited functionality. Consequently, the associated budgets related to installation and pricing plans restricted the types of airframes that could access truly global broadband.

SD's Electronically Steered Antenna being installed.

SD's Electronically Steered Antenna being installed.

A privileged few experienced full connectivity benefits, but that is set to change thanks to the momentum building in the world of Electronically Steered Antennas (ESAs). In addition to our Plane Simple Ku-band and Ka-band tail mount variants, we are excited to be flight-testing our SD Plane Simple ESA in the summer of this year, with a market introduction anticipated in Q1 2025 when it will deliver super-fast connectivity to a new set of users.


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Wichita, Kansas:

Cessna SkyCourier earns FAA certification for new Combi option

Brings further innovation and functionality to cargo and passanger transport.

The Federal Aviation Administration has granted certification of a new Combi interior conversion option for the passenger variant of Textron Aviation's twin-engine Cessna SkyCourier turboprop aircraft.

Cessna SkyCourier earns FAA certification for new Combi option

The Combi option enables operators to transport nine passengers and cargo simultaneously. Deliveries of Cessna SkyCourier passenger units with the Combi option included are slated to begin later this year.

“This newly certified combi kit adds to the growing list of options for the versatile Cessna SkyCourier,” said Lannie O’Bannion, senior vice president, Global Sales and Flight Operations. “The Combi will allow operators to use the aircraft for an even broader range of missions globally and quickly change configurations to best serve their needs.”


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Sustainability at EBACE

This time last year, EBACE was invaded by protestors and was part of what prompted GearUpTV to set up JetZero.TV. - their new sustainability video channels, coming soon.

Sustainability at EBACE

To remind you, here's what we thought of the 2023 edition. We have high hopes for 2024, which is FULL of sustainability initiatives.

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Geneva, Switzerland:

STACK.aero and FL3XX to debut integrated single source of data to EBACE 2024 delegates

During EBACE 2024 (May 28-30), STACK.aero, the technology platform streamlining business aviation workflows, will showcase the benefits delivered by integrating its customer relationship management (CRM) and business workflows with the digital FL3XX aircraft operations platform.

STACK.aero and FL3XX to debut integrated single source of data to EBACE 2024 delegates

This will be the first time EBACE delegates will have the chance to explore the joint system, which improves sales, management, and operational workflows for STACK.aero and FL3XX mutual customers, including charter brokers and operators, aircraft management companies, and flight departments.

STACK.aero transitions information traditionally stored in different customer and business administration software programs into one system. The single platform creates a powerful portfolio of CRM, commercial, marketing, reporting, financial and administrative tools.


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United Kingdom:

UK aviation innovators secure CAA accreditation for sustainable air transport solution

ARC Aero Systems launches £1.5m investment round to commercialise hybrid aircraft design.

A UK company developing an affordable, sustainable, and runway-independent aircraft to connect remote rural areas and support emergency rescue services, has secured Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) E Conditions certification for its ‘innovative air transport solution.’

Pegasus Ambulance.

Pegasus Ambulance.

ARC Aero Systems, which aims to transform rural transportation through electric vertical take-off and landing (eVTOL) technology, is in advanced stages of developing a specially adapted hybrid-electric powered aircraft.


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DFS Aviation Services launches first cloud-based air traffic control system in Memmingen

DFS Aviation Services GmbH (DAS), a subsidiary of DFS Deutsche Flugsicherung GmbH, is introducing the cloud-based system “PHOENIX WebInnovation” for air traffic control at the airport Memmingen

The innovative air traffic control system, the first of its kind, operates entirely in the public cloud and represents a technological paradigm shift in the air traffic control industry.

PHOENIX WebInnovation

It utilises state-of-the-art technologies and has already proven its worth as an enhanced information tool at smaller airports. It is a cloud-native product that is hosted on the Kubernetes platform of the company SysEleven, with which DAS has a long-standing partnership.


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United Kingdom:

A significant year for London Oxford Airport

Introduces SAF, welcomes new tenants and progresses R&D technology park.

London Oxford Airport, the UK’s fifth largest in terms of business aviation movements (it saw a total of 58,549 in 2023), is enjoying a significant year.

This month it introduced sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) through fuel provider World Fuel Services.

New tenant OXCCU, a spin-out from Oxford University, is readying its synthetic aviation fuel facility to open in August, anticipating an anticipated 50% lower capital cost versus other e-fuel production methods.

London Oxford Airport now offering SAF

Its OXEFUEL takes atmospheric carbon dioxide and combines it with hydrogen. Using its bespoke and unique catalysts and reactors, OXCCU plans to turn H2 and CO2 into long chain hydrocarbons, in one simple step.

Then, in September, coinciding with Airbus Helicopters’ 50th anniversary in the UK, a brand-new UK HQ for the OEM, comprising 66,000 sq ft hangarage and 59,000 sq ft of office/stores/workshops, is due to open.

Built at a cost of £50 million, the new HQ will feature seven dedicated helipads, sized to support its largest models.

Meantime, building work commences this June on the all-new R & D Science Park at the entrance to the airport - a £48 million green campus environment offering 17 business units with over 200,000 sq.ft. First occupants should be in by the second quarter of 2025, according to James Dillon-Godfray, the airport’s Head of Business Development.


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United Kingdom:

BBGA appeals for fee reduction as Border Force premium services leap by 94%

The British Business General Aviation Association (BBGA) is appealing to the UK Government for a reduction in fee increases for Premium Services at the UK Border on behalf of its members.

Premium Services refer to airports with dedicated FBO terminals handling business aviation that don’t have border force facilities on site.

The hourly rate charged for UK Border force premium services is set to leap by 94%, effective 1st July.

Border Force charges for Premium Services challenged

The Government justifies the substantial increase because fees have remained unchanged since 2019. “It reflects increasing financial pressures, growing resource costs and the need to futureproof these ‘enhanced’ bespoke premium services.”

In a letter to Home Secretary James Cleverly, BBGA states that ONS (Office for National Statistics) figures for wage growth since 2019 are IRO of 30%. This therefore shows a clear lack of alignment between the rate increases stated and real time costs. BBGA strongly suggests a reduced rate of increase of IRO 40%.

As regards future proofing the enhanced bespoke premium service,” BBGA states there is no clarity of when a future price rise will be endorsed. It therefore demonstrates a lack of quantifiable data to justify the increased hourly rate.

“A 94% increase in charges coupled with no clarity of when a further increase in charges will be endorsed is unacceptable to the UK business aviation community. The Home Office have offered no evidential data to justify the cost rise,” stressed Lindsey Oliver, Managing Director, BBGA.


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United Kingdom:

Un-jammable quantum tech takes flight to boost UK’s resilience against hostile actors

A first-of-its-kind achievement as quantum navigation tech developed in the UK has been successfully tested in flight.

In a first-of-its-kind achievement, the UK has successfully completed commercial flight trials of advanced quantum-based navigation systems that cannot be jammed or spoofed by hostile actors.

While GPS jamming is currently relatively rare and does not directly impact an aircraft’s flight path, new quantum-based Positioning, Navigation, and Timing (PNT) systems could, over time, offer one part of a larger solution to providing highly accurate and resilient navigation that complements current satellite systems - which could help ensure that the thousands of flights that take place around the world daily, proceed without disruption.

Un-jammable quantum tech takes flight to boost UK’s resilience against hostile actors

Infleqtion, a quantum technology firm, in collaboration with aerospace companies BAE Systems and QinetiQ, completed the trials at MoD Boscombe Down in Wiltshire, with Science Minister Andrew Griffith aboard the final test flight on Thursday 9 May.

These tests are the first time that this sort of ground-breaking technology has been tested in the UK on an aircraft in flight, and the first such flights worldwide that have been publicly acknowledged.


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Thomasberg, Austria:

F/LIST sets its sights on revolutionizing markets with the launch of the F/LAB innovation hub

F/LIST, a pioneer in the design, production, and installation of innovative luxury interiors for business and private jets, exclusive residences and yachts (offered by the 100% subsidiary F/YACHTING), is celebrating the official opening of its newly expanded future laboratory, the F/LAB.

The F/LAB represents the center of innovation for the Austria-headquartered business and is a dynamic hub for creative thinking, cross-discipline collaboration, and imaginative experimentation.

F/LIST sets its sights on revolutionizing markets with the launch of the F/LAB innovation hub

The commercial launch marks its transition from an in-house concept, which has already successfully developed game-changing products, to its position as an essential pillar in the F/LIST innovation strategy.

Building on twenty years of activity in the aviation sector, F/LAB originally evolved as an in-house incubator that was encouraged to challenge traditional manufacturing and product status-quo. It now sits at the core of a new customer interaction strategy and has become a marque representing innovation, technology, and sustainability.

The formal addition to the F/LIST brand portfolio represents a shift in market approach and embodies the latest disruption from the game-changing business.


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United Kingdom:

Air Charter Service opens in Manchester to support growing client base

Leading aircraft charter specialist, Air Charter Service, has opened its third UK office, and its first in the north of England, in Manchester, as it focusses on expanding its client base further in the thriving technology and sports markets in the region.

Justin Bowman, ACS’s Chief Executive, commented: “We have been looking into expanding our UK network for some time now and Manchester is the second most populous city in the UK, having overtaken Birmingham in recent years.

Alex Sadat-Shafai will be heading-up ACS' new Manchester office.

Alex Sadat-Shafai will be heading-up ACS' new Manchester office.

"It is a renowned technology and creative hub and is the fastest-growing city in the North of England, with the economy expected to grow at an annual rate of around 2.5% over the next two years, making it the third-fastest-growing city in the UK after London and Reading.

“The north-west is also an extremely busy sporting region, especially in football, with six Premier League teams within a 40-mile radius of Manchester, as well as many other large lower league teams.


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Bombardier inaugurates new Aviator Lounge in Monaco

H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco officially opened the new Aviator Lounge by Bombardier in the company of Pierre Beaudoin, Bombardier’s Chairman of the Board and other Bombardier’s senior leadership members.

The new Lounge - strategically located at the Monaco Yacht Club - will provide a visually stunning, welcoming space for visitors to learn about Bombardier’s aircraft, legacy, and innovations.

“We are immensely proud to reaffirm our presence in the region with the opening of the magnificent new Aviator Lounge by Bombardier, the first tailor-made space of this kind by any jet manufacturer," said Emmanuel Bornand, Vice President of International Sales, Bombardier.

Bombardier's Aviator Lounge was officially inaugurated by H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco and Pierre Beaudoin, Chairman of the Board, Bombardier. They were joined by (L to R) Emmanuel Bornand, Vice President, International Sales, Bombardier, Hélène Robitaille, Mr. Beaudoin's wife, and Dr. Diane Vachon, Honorary Consul General of Monaco in Montréal and Ottawa, Permanent Representative at ICAO and President of the Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation (Canada).

"We are honoured to be so firmly anchored within the Monaco Yacht Club, a historic and prestigious institution at the heart of the Principality of Monaco. The Aviator Lounge is a unique meeting place. Thanks to its location, it symbolizes the meeting of the land, the sea and the air.

"Most importantly, it provides a welcoming place for us to meet with anyone who wants to stop by to learn about Bombardier’s groundbreaking research in sustainability, about the eight decades of innovation that resulted in uncompromising, record-breaking performance of our jets, and our pioneering research into more sustainable ways to fly.”


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And Finally

Blue Light Day at London Biggin Hill

London Biggin Hill Airport held its Blue Light Day on Sunday, 19th May, the final event of the Airport Operators Association’s Health & Safety Week.

Blue Light Day at London Biggin Hill

The event was a huge success, with more than 300 local people attending. As part of the day, visitors were invited to take part in workshops and meet representatives from across the airport’s emergency services.

Highlights included a retro police car, police dog demonstrations and London Biggin Hill’s airport fire and rescue vehicles.

The team at London Biggin Hill Airport extended a special thanks to the London Fire Brigade, Metropolitan Police Service, London Retired Police Dogs Trust and its airport colleagues, for their generous support on the day.

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