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21/01/2009ExecuJet USES DUBENDORF FOR BUSY WEF

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The ExecuJet Aviation Group is ready to support visiting jets to the World Economic Forum (WEF) later this month. It has once again secured an agreement with Dübendorf Airport (LSMD), the military-owned airport north east of Zurich, as it prepares to handle private business jets flying in for the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland (January 28 “ February 1).

21/01/2009CAE BECOMES HOME DEPOT TRAINING PROVIDER

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CAE has been awarded a five-year contract by Home Depot as a provider of a comprehensive range of pilot, technical and cabin crew training services for Home Depot's fleet of Dassault Falcon aircraft.

21/01/2009EMBRAER NAMES FIRST AUTHORIZED SERVICE CENTER IN INDIA

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Embraer has named India’s Indamer Company Pvt. Ltd., a wholly owned subsidiary of European Aviation Holding Co. Pvt. Ltd. (EAHC), an authorized executive jet service center. This is the first Maintenance, Repair and Overhaul (MRO) company to serve Embraer’s Phenom and Legacy 600 jet customers in India.

20/01/2009MORE OPERATORS BENEFIT FROM RAISBECK’S GWI TO 10,500 LBS.

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Brazilian and European C90 operators are now able to benefit from Raisbeck’s gross weight increase (GWI) to 10,500lbs, part of the company’s C90 series EPIC package.   It also includes full noise certification, and is the quietest such certifications, regardless of weight.

20/01/2009GULFSTREAM TO OFFER ON-SITE SUPPORT AT MAJOR EVENTS

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Gulfstream Aerospace will have personnel available on site to provide aircraft and maintenance support to Gulfstream operators during the 2009 Presidential Inauguration in Washington, D.C., and the 2009 Super Bowl in Tampa, Fla.

16/01/2009FLYINGGROUP SELECTED AS CESSNA CITATION SERVICE CENTER

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FLYINGGROUP has been recognised as a maintenance company for the business jets of leading aircraft manufacturer Cessna. This makes FLYINGGROUP part of the select group of fewer than 35 aviation companies worldwide which are recognised as Cessna service centers.

16/01/2009NBAA DEEPLY SADDENED BY PASSING OF JOHN H. WINANT

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National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) is deeply saddened by the passing of John H. Winant, former president of the Association and a critical player in the evolution of business aviation. Winant died of natural causes yesterday at his home in Williamstown, MA. He was 85-years-old.