The San Marino AOC has been operational since 2 January 2018, and will operate under San Marino Civil Aviation Rules and the Luxaviation Group’s safety regulations.
We’ve all laughed at the dream travel itineraries some foreigners conjure when discussing their Australian bucket list.
‘‘I’d love to see the Great Barrier Reef, head to Uluru the following day, speed by that crazy Coober Pedy opal town and dart up to Sydney for a day before flying out. Oh, and squeeze in a quick trip to Melbourne, too.’’
‘‘You have no idea of distances,’’we snigger. ‘‘Our country is bigger than Europe.’’ Yet it seems a growing number of inbound travellers are nowhaving the last laugh, fitting in more during aweek of sightseeing than many locals can hope to see of our country in a lifetime.
There’s a reluctance among some business executives to charter aircraft. They may be concerned about appearing extravagant or alarming shareholders.
While they mull quietly over the costs and benefits, thousands more are regularly hiring jets to do business quickly and efficiently.
Each EBACE is a perfect opportunity to discuss with industry professionals, but sometimes due to over busy agenda best conversations are happening afterwards. This is exactly the case with this interview with Charlotte Pedersen, CEO of Luxaviation Helicopters.
While there are no big surprises in Luxaviation UK’s ‘top ten business travel destinations’ from the UK this year, the UK’s leading private jet charter operator is seeing changes in other areas, including their onboard behaviour, how they spend their time, what they wear and what they eat and drink.
Luxaviation is among of the world’s largest VIP and VVIP aircraft-operating and servicing companies. It provides charter, sales, management to business jet customers around the world. In February 2016, the company setup a helicopter division, which has since grown, and grown.