Universal Weather & Aviation (Stand C235) has doubled the number of countries covered by its UVAir service to provide fuel invoicing that is compliant with requirements for value added tax (VAT) due on aircraft fuel in Europe.
MEBA Convention News » December 7, 2010
Business aviation support group Nexus has established two new flight operations centers in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, and Bahrain. The new facilities are using the latest version of the Aims software to manage all aspects of flight dispatch and planning, aircraft and crew scheduling, and flight support.
Luxembourg-based Aerodynamics, here at the MEBA show (Booth No. E236) for the first time, is offering Powerplan, an independent pay-by-the-hour plan for engine maintenance. The company says it is available for almost every type of engine-turbofans, turboprops and turboshafts, as well as APUs. Powerplan uses the number of engines covered as leverage to get discounts from MRO service providers.
The Middle East charter market has gone a long way to shedding its reputation as a hot-bed of illegal, so-called grey-market, activity, according to leading charter brokering group Air Partner.
Emivest Aerospace, manufacturer of the SJ30 light jet, is less than two months away from liquidation under the terms of the Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection that it filed for in a U.S. court on October 20. The company has until January 14 to find a buyer to avoid winding up under Chapter 7 rules. Any prospective buyer would have until February 4 to complete the deal.
We’re here in Dubai where we received a press release from Pratt & Whitney Canada announcing the launch of PT6Nation.com, a new microsite for operators and aficionados of the legendary PT6 turbine engine and its many variants, which currently number 68. The company is obviously getting into social networking big time.
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