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Canada-based CAE civil aviation training company has announced its entry into an exclusive business aviation training services agreement with Directional Aviation Capital (DAC), the company said.
The "Assessment of the Business Aviation Landscape in East Asia" report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com's offering.
This award is to celebrate over 4500 hours of accident and incident free flying in the business aviation industry.
Key business aviation OEMs will be represented at the show, including Boeing Business Jets, Gulfstream, Dassault Aviation, Airbus Corporate Jets, Textron and Pilatus who will be joined at the show for the first time by Citadel Completions.
The prediction, made at the Mebaa Conference Dubai in December, underlines the industry's growth in the region, and is reinforced by key players in business aviation demonstrating their commitment to the Middle East's leading aerospace event.
The BOBA Forum was designed as a way for CABAA to bring educational content to its constituents, provide an effective networking platform, and celebrate the strength and momentum building in the Chicago area, one of the nation's strongest business aviation communities.
Mendoza said the development and rationalization of new regulations and policies will help the business aviation industry 'cope with the changes in the sector,' which can help 'improve procedures' to better serve stakeholders.
The National Business Aviation Association's lists Ground Handling as a Top Safety Focus Area in 2018, which Lou Sorrentino of AvMassi will address in his breakout session.
"I hope that the cooperation of companies in the field of business aviation development will give its positive results in the very near future.
Gogo Business Aviation (NASDAQ: GOGO), long recognized as the provider of broadband connectivity products and services for business aviation in North America, is expanding its reach to become a global provider with the announcement of a high throughput satellite service for business aviation, the company said.
Gogo is a leading global aero-communications service provider that offers in-flight Internet, entertainment, text messaging, voice and a host of other communications-related services to the commercial and business aviation markets.
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