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Archive - Time for an Espresso

  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 367

    EASA Annual Safety Review (ASR) 2020 , Bizav recovery hits the buffers as some travel restrictions re-imposed, Leonardo slows arrival of Kopter SH09, People: Gulfstream appoints Murtaza Hassan General Manager of St. Louis Operations

  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 366

    Ten aircraft have already joined Luxaviation global fleet in 2020, Boeing and Etihad are testing innovations on EcoDemonstrator 787, EASA publishes proposed standards for certification of light drones, People: Cargologic: Martin Theiler new Executive Board member for Sales and Marketing

  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 365

    Covid-19 forces cancellation of NBAA-BACE, Global bizav flying now 70% of normal, says WingX, The H160 receives EASA approval, People: Air bp appoints Martin Thomsen as new CEO

  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 364

    EASA certifies first electric aircraft, Pre-owned business aircraft values dive 15% due to Covid-19, Iconic Cessna Skyhawk celebrates 65 years since first flight, People: Arjan Meijer promoted as the CEO and President of Embraer Commercial Aviation

  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 363

    European air travel – recovery starts to take shape, All-electric Grand Caravan makes maiden flight, Air Service Basel announces business changes, Honeywell survey reveals air travel passenger preferences, People: Luxaviation UK CEO Patrick Margetson-Rushmore announces retirement

  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 362

    Business aviation activity quickens as scheduled services stay idle, How to avoid illegal charter operations, GKN and Eviation sign collaboration agreement on Alice all-electric aircraft, People: Universal Avionics restructures executive team

  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 360

    Boeing drops Embraer, Embraer fires back, Aviation recovery – importance of a coordinated approach, Airbus and Rolls-Royce cancel E-Fan X program , People: Sebastian Mikosz to join IATA

  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 359

    Business aircraft activity dropped sharply in March, 25 Million jobs at risk with airline shutdown, IATA 2019 airline safety report, Just seen a news report about the stresses and strains of self isolation, People: Winglet designer and pioneer Joe Clark passes away

  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 358

    Eurocontrol: passenger traffic collapses, all-cargo flights stay level, European airlines revenue losses mount – urgent government support required, COVID-19 updates, Embraer’s Phenom 300E achieves triple-certification, People: Andrew Broom, CEO for the Citation Jet Pilot association

  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 357

    EBACE Geneva cancelled, Luxaviation CEO: Business aviation will be hit hard, Joint statement of the three global airline alliances, People: Éric Martel to return to Bombardier as President and CEO

  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 120

    Maintenance rules leave unanswered questions, EASA proposes a new set of rules to avoid crew fatigue, Dubai World Central inks MEBAA deal, People: Gerd Berchtold joins Senior Management at Diamond Aircraft
  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 119

    SR Technics and TAG Aviation sign partnership for aircraft interior completions, Airbus offers fuel saving engine options for A320 Family, ExecuJet Middle East signs partnership agreement with Al Faisal Holding for ExecuJet Qatar, People: IATA board recommends Tony Tyler for next IATA DG & CEO
  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 118

    EBACE2011 exhibit information and application availble now, Lufthansa to begin biofuel-powered passenger flights, A J Walter Aviation partners with GAMECO, People: Chet Fuller joins Bombardier as new Senior Vice President, Sales, Commercial Aircraft
  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 117

    ExecuJet launches maintenance and management company in China, Noise compliant, EC fines 11 airlines for price-fixing, People: Philipp Berner to become new CEO of RUAG Aviation
  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 116

    Huge NetJets order, R66 Turbine receives FAA type certificate, Eclipse gains Sikorsky as minority partner, People: Heidi McNary, new Hawker Beecraft VP and Chief Technical Officer
  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 115

  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 114

    EASA to move against the N-register, Bombardier launches its new Global Aircraft Family, ExecuJet Asia Pacific expands into two regions, People: Christoph Franz, new Lufthansa chief
  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 113

    Air Partner announces strategic alliance with CitationAir, Pilots association responds to FAA, Sikorsky X2 achieves 250-knot speed milestone, People: Frank Robinson, President and Chairman of Robinson Helicopter Co., retires
  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 112

  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 111

    Second quarter worldwide shipments for GA airplanes, Oxford Expansion, A new perspective, People: Ulrich Gehling, new general manager for RUAG business aviation in Oberpfaffenhofen