Category: Aircraft Management

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    Turbulence Ahead? How Private Jet Operators Stay Ahead of The Weather.

    In the world of private jet travel, where time is money and luxury is the standard, private jet travelers need to be aware of factors that even the most opulent aircraft can’t control – the weather. Weather patterns can significantly impact flight operations, and it helps if private jet travelers understand the robust planning and […]

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    Bombardier Global 6500 vs Bombardier Global 7500 – How do they compare?

    As specialists in these aircraft from EIS to ongoing daily management,  our team at Avionco is well equipped to compare the performance and luxury offered by these fine aircraft. We often assist potential buyers in making an informed decision that’s right for them.  Here are our top comparisons:   Performance: Bombardier Global 6500 The Global […]

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    How the Private Jet Industry is Managing Pilot Shortages

    Soaring demand for private jet travel in recent years has put even more pressure on the industry’s ability to provide qualified pilots amidst a global shortage. Today, we’ll discuss unique ways that leading providers are managing this situation. The Challenge The demand for private jet travel has surged in recent years thanks to increases in […]

  • The Long-Term Outlook for Private Aircraft Management Services is Soaring.

    The Long-Term Outlook for Private Aircraft Management Services is Soaring. The world has changed dramatically over the past 5 years. The pandemic, political and cultural unrest, economic uncertainty and more have changed the way the world does business. And while many industries have suffered, the private jet sector has continued to soar. Here’s a view […]

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    5 Ways an Aircraft Management Provider with EIS Experience Adds Efficiency

    Choosing an aircraft management company for your private or corporate jet takes some time and requires a lot of study. One area that owners often overlook is something called Entry Into Service (EIS) experience.  This refers to making an aircraft legally airworthy after it is built by the manufacturer.  In today’s post we’ll talk about […]