The Business of Flight Blog

Observations on Global Aviation

  • 4 things to look for at ACE19

    ACE19 kicks off tomorrow (Sept 17) at London Biggin Hill.  It’s always an exciting time for any of us who love the business of flight to explore the latest industry developments, network with colleagues and clients, revue the latest charter services and just enjoy the overall eye candy of so many fantastic aircraft in one […]

  • Pilot recruitment experts create partnership to fight shortage and keep operators flying

    For immediate release.Today, Mike Dodd, CEO of Avionco and Alejandro Ponce Lang-Lenton, CEO of PilotMovers announced a significant partnership agreement to increase global pilot recruitment opportunities for pilots and operators in the business of flight. Asked to comment, Mr. Lang-Lentonstated that “Our companies share a similar vision that we call Pilot DNA. This allows us to […]

  • 5 Maintenance Mistakes Private Jet Owners Often Make

    Owning a private jet is a big responsibility but sometimes the “dream” gets in the way of common sense when it comes to making sure you fully understand what you are undertaking.  The lure of luxury, convenience and endless travel possibilities can sometimes lead potential owners to forget some very complicated necessities that come with […]

  • 5 Key Private Charter Start-Up Traps To Avoid

    We’ve spent a lot of time studying the private charter industry in Europe and watching it evolve.  In doing so we’ve watched a lot of people learn valuable lessons about making a profitable business out of it.  In today’s blog we want to share 5 things that stand out to us that entrepreneurs should think […]