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.
Luxaviation management trained DG Move staff including its Head of Unit, Dr. Joachim Lueking, and his team of 15 policy and legal officers, who are the authors and reviewers of the EU’s aviation safety policy, including the EASA Basic Regulation, Operations and Licencing regulations, as well as international agreements such as the EU’s Bilateral Aviation Safety Agreements (BASA) with the US, Canada, Brazil.
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Staff at ExecuJet South Africa continued the tradition started last year of knitting hats and scarves for charity as part of Mandela Day, a global initiative to make positive change around the world. 35 staff members knitted 105 Scarves, 212 Beanies, four pairs of hand gloves, one headband and a blanket in 42 days.