The 2019 edition of the Dubai Airshow will once again bring the aerospace community together.
Show on show, the Dubai Airshow delivers an unrivalled gateway to established and developing markets – with 80% of the world’s population located within eight hours of one of the UAE’s airports this is where the industry comes to make connections.
The Global 6000 is suitable for up to 15 passengers, with a four-place club configuration in the front, followed by a four-place conference group. The aft cabin is separated by a bulkhead and includes a divan opposite two single armchair seats that can also be converted into a bed. The jet joins Luxaviation UK’s fleet of Embraer Legacies and Phenoms, Dassault Falcons, Bombardier Challengers and Citation Excels.
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Newmarket, UK: ExecuJet, part of the Luxaviation Group, is intending to launch an enlarged UK FBO at a new location after deciding to exit Cambridge Airport, where landlord Marshall Aerospace and Defence Group intends to bring FBO services in-house.
London, 19 September 2019 – With 1,100 air charter professionals visiting London Biggin Hill Airport, this year’s Air Charter Expo 2019 (ACE19) welcomed a record-breaking number of delegates.
Brokers, operators and aviation professionals connected with 70 exhibitors and toured more than 20 aircraft on static display, including those from operators Qatar Executive, showcasing its Gulfstream G500, Luxaviation with its Bombardier Global Express XRS and DragonFly’s brand-new King Air 250.