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Category: Business Aviation

GE Aviation to provide Falcon 10X with ‘state-of-the-art’ power system
Business Aviation

Dassault Aviation SA, the French business and military aircraft manufacturer’s Falcon 10X is set to enter service by the end of 2025.

Flying taxi maker Lilium announces new partnership to create ‘tailor-made’ battery
Business Aviation

German manufacturer Lilium has announced its partnership with CUSTOMCELLS to supply tailor-made lithium-ion based battery cells for its flying taxi.

Pre-owned private jet supply fell 38% since 2020
Business Aviation

Aircraft marketing and brokerage firm Colibri Aircraft has released new data that suggests supply for pre-owned private aircraft has hit a historical low, decreasing by 38 per cent since June 2020.

United secures 100 electric aircraft for short-haul regional flights

The 19-seat ES-19 aircraft has the potential to fly passengers up to 250 miles before and is expected to launch by 2026.

Dassault’s Falcon 6X completes third test flight
Business Aviation

The third test flight for Dassault Aviation’s “benchmark” wide-body Falcon 6X business jet took off this week as the aircraft nears certification. 

Charter aviation to see post-pandemic spike in demand
Business Aviation

The aircraft charter industry will see a surge of new enquiry as the commercial aviation sector recovers at a slower pace than consumer demand, according to a new insight released by Air Charter Service. Justin Bowman, chief executive of private aircraft broker Air Charter Service, has predicted a boom in business for commercial and private

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