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Archive - Time for an Espresso

  • 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 356

    Wheels Up buys business aircraft operator Gama, Coronavirus: China’s international capacity drops by two-thirds, Second fire involving an electric prototype aircraft, People: Dassault Aviation appoints Charles Wemaëre Vice President, worldwide spares

  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 355

    Bombardier announces its strategic decision to focus on business aviation, New Gulfstream flagship G700 airborne, NBAA addresses shortage of pilots and technicians, People: Brad Thress Joins FlightSafety International as President and CEO

  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 354

    Leonardo to acquire Kopter, Boeing first loss for 23 years, Withdrawal of the United Kingdom from the European Union, Embraer launches upgraded Phenom 300E, People: ACI World appoints Luis Felipe de Oliveira as new Director General

  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 80

    EASA launches electronic rulemaking handbook, POGO Jet, Gulfstream adds EU warehouse, People: Robert Crandall, POGO Jet Chairman and CEO
  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 79

    General Aviation deliveries, Piper sold, Dutch Mode-S fiasco, People: Mark Van Tine, President and Chief Executive Officer, Jeppesen
  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 78

  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 77

    Phenom Pilot Training Program soaring at CAE, Wide Area Augmentation System now available for Learjet 60, CFMU puts Flight Efficiency training module on-line, People: Charles Celli, new head of completions EMEA & Asia and general manager of Jet Aviation Basel
  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 76

    Gulfstream: Automatic reporting of aircraft position, How low can they go?, New laser technology, People: Hawker Beechcraft: New Chairman and CEO W.W. (Bill) Boisture Jr.
  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 75

    Eurocopter launches cockpit camera / flight data recorder, Cessna Gains International Certifications for Citations, Gulfstream reduces aircraft-production rates, People: Luis Vianna, COO Jet Republic
  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 74

    Helicopter forecast, Economic gloom continues in January traffic, Falcon 7X approved for London City Airport operations, People: Aldo Basile, new Boeing Vice President Sales for Europe
  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 73

    AMAC Aerospace opens its first hangar at EuroAirportSR Technics to close Dublin maintenance base, PremiAir launches the London Heliport Shuttle Service, People: Elie Zelouf, Jet Aviation Basel
  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 72

    Common European air operation rules in reach, European flight activity 2008, Robinson Helicopter breaks production record, People: Helmut Wegner, Jet Aviation General Manager in Beijing
  • Time for an Espresso - Issue 71

    Support for wider use of Mode S, Airbus 2008 commercial results, Heathrow runway approved, People: Dorothy B. Reimold, Acting Assistant Administrator for International Aviation