UK insurers banned from providing Russian aviation insurance

    The UK Government is banning UK based insurers or reinsurers from covering Russian aviation and space companies.

    “The UK Government will bring in legislation to prohibit UK based insurance and reinsurance providers from undertaking financial transactions connected with a Russian entity or for use in Russia. These further economic sanctions will limit the benefits Russian entities receive from their access to the global insurance and reinsurance market,” said the UK Government in a statement. “Through Lloyd’s and the London Market, the UK is a world leader in these sectors of the global insurance market. In taking such action, the UK is demonstrating its commitment to apply severe economic sanctions in response to Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.”

    The Government says it will publish further details soon.

    Russian owned or controlled aircraft are already banned from the UK, EU and US.

    Complaints policy

    COMPLAINTS POLICY OF SPECIALIST INSIGHT – PUBLISHER OF CORPORATE JET INVESTOR, HELICOPTER INVESTOR, SUPERYACHT INVESTOR, REVOLUTION.AERO AND SEMAPHORE INTELLIGENCE

     

    1. Specialist Insight (‘We’ or ‘Us’) view complaints as an opportunity to learn and improve the quality of our journalism and the contents of our publication(s) for the future, as well as a chance to put things right for the person (or organisation) that has made the complaint.

     

    1. Our policy is:
      • To provide a fair complaints procedure that is clear, convenient and easy to use for anyone wishing to make a complaint (in particular those that are vulnerable or who have disabilities)
      • To uphold and adhere to the Standards Code (“Code”) https://impress.press/standards/ set out in the IMPRESS Regulatory Scheme in our assessment of all complaints
      • To publicise the existence of our complaints procedure so that readers know how to contact us to make a complaint
      • To make sure everyone working for us knows what to do if a complaint is received
      • To make sure all complaints are dealt with promptly and fairly, with decisions based on sufficient investigation of the circumstances and (where appropriate) offer a suitable remedy
      • To make sure that complaints are, wherever possible, resolved and that trust in our journalism and our publication(s) remains strong
      • To gather information about all the complaints we receive to help continually improve the quality of our journalism and our publication(s)
      • To submit an annual report to IMPRESS of all complaints received and their outcomes
      • To submit any complaint that is not resolved by us in a timely or satisfactory way to IMPRESS and to comply with directions issued by IMPRESS relating to its Regulatory Scheme
      • To make available to all our employees a confidential whistleblowing hotline which is independently operated by IMPRESS and not to take any action to the detriment of anyone who uses the hotline or declines to breach the Code.

     

    Definition of a Complaint 

    1. A complaint is any expression of dissatisfaction, whether justified or not, about the editorial content, standards of journalism or conduct of employees or contributors involved in production of our publication(s) that engages the standards set out in the Code.

     

     

     Who Can Complain and How?

    1. Complaints may come from any person or organisation who is:
    • personally and directly affected by an alleged breach of the Code
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    • a third party seeking to ensure accuracy of published information
    1. A complaint should be received by email or in writing although complaints are accepted by other reasonable means where it is not convenient or practical for the individual complainant to complain in writing.
    1. A complaint should be clearly marked as such. General enquiries and requests for corrections will not normally be dealt with as a complaint under this policy unless the complainant makes it clear that they wish to make a complaint.

     

     

    Whistleblowing Rights of Employees and Contributors

    1. Employees or contributors are encouraged to contact the IMPRESS confidential whistleblowing hotline (“the Hotline”) if they are being pressurised to breach the standards set out in the Code or if they have concerns that the standards set out in the Code are not being adhered to more generally by Us.
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    1. We guarantee to protect all whistle-blowers from possible reprisals, victimisation or sanction if a disclosure has been made in good faith even if a subsequent independent investigation carried out by IMPRESS into our journalism finds there to be no breach of the Code or of the IMPRESS Regulatory Scheme. For the avoidance of doubt, We will not take any action to the detriment of anyone who uses the IMPRESS whistleblowing hotline or declines to breach the Standards Code adopted by Us as part of our compliance with the IMPRESS Regulatory Scheme.

     

     

    Confidentiality

    1. All complaint information will be handled sensitively, telling only those who need to know and following any relevant data protection requirements.

     

     

    Compliance Records

    1. In respect of each title We will maintain a written record of all complaints, to include the name and contact details of the complainant, the material or conduct in respect of which the complaint is made and the alleged Code breach.
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    1. We will report to IMPRESS all compliance failures of which We become aware (whether complained about or not)
    1. Monitoring and learning from complaints are reviewed quarterly by Us to identify any trends which may indicate a need to take further action.

     

     

    Responsibility

    1. Overall responsibility for this policy and its implementation lies with our board of directors.
    1. Responsibility for ensuring that complaints are managed in accordance with this policy lies with a nominated senior legal and compliance standards individual for each title.
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    Procedure

    Stage One: Making a Complaint

    1. Information on how to make a complaint is clearly publicised in the footer of our websites and emails and on the contents pages of print products.
    1. Complaints may be sent in writing to Us at Specialist Insight, Hartland House, 45 Church Street, Reigate, Surrey, England, RH2 0AD by e-mail at [email protected] or telephone on +44 1737 844 383 or other reasonable means where this is more convenient and practical for the complainant.
    1. Complainants should provide the following information before their complaint will be considered:
    • The complainant’s name, address, e-mail address and telephone number
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    • the name and date of the publication and page reference of the specific article being complained about plus the URL.
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    • a written account of what is being complained about with clear reference made to (i) any specific words or phrases in the article that are relevant to the complaint; and (ii) any clauses of the Standards Code adopted by IMPRESS (“Code”) that the complainant believes to have been breached
    • The desired outcome or remedy sought by the complainant
    • If the complaint is about the conduct or behaviour of an employee or contributor it must include:
      • the name(s) of the individual(s) being complained about (if known) or any other information which may identify the individual (s)
      • a written account of what is being complained about with clear

    reference made to (i) the nature of the behaviour or conduct being complained about including any relevant times, dates, correspondence or other evidence to support the complaint; and (ii) any clauses of the Code that the complainant believes to have been breached

    • The desired outcome or remedy sought by the complainant
    1. We will make reasonable efforts to contact a complainant by telephone, e-mail or in writing to ensure that sufficient information is provided to respond to the complaint.

     

    Stage Two – Recording, Investigating and Resolving the Complaint

    1. The complaint information should be passed to the person we have nominated as being responsible for legal standards and compliance. They will record it in the complaints log and will acknowledge receipt of the complaint by e-mail or in writing within 7 calendar days of receipt of the complaint.
    1. The acknowledgement of receipt of a complaint should say who is dealing with the complaint and when the person complaining can expect a reply. Any conflicts of interest should also be declared at this point. A copy of this complaints policy should be attached.
    1. The legal standards and compliance contact is responsible for ensuring that the circumstances of the complaint are investigated fairly and that any conflicts of interest are managed. This may require the complainant to provide additional information, documents or other evidence to support their complaint.
    1. Complainants should receive a final decision letter within 21 calendar days from the date of the receipt of the complaint.
    1. The final decision letter will inform complainants that they have the right to refer their complaint to IMPRESS, stating the applicable time limits, set out in clause 4.4 of the IMPRESS Regulatory Scheme, and how to contact IMPRESS.
    1. Whether the complaint is justified or not, the reply to the complainant should describe the action taken to investigate the complaint, the conclusions from the investigation, and any action taken as a result of the complaint.


    Stage Three – Escalating the Complaint to IMPRESS

    1. If the complainant feels that the problem has not been satisfactorily resolved by Us at Stage Two or if the complainant feels that there are justifiable reasons why the complaint is so urgent that they cannot wait for Us to respond, they can request that the complaint is reviewed by IMPRESS in accordance with its Regulatory Scheme, by contacting IMPRESS using the following details.

    Review

    1. This policy is reviewed regularly and updated as required.

    Adopted on 10 August 2021

    Last reviewed:10 August 2021

    Corporate Jet Investor Miami 2018 – Presentations

    Thank you very much for attending Corporate Jet Investor Miami 2018

    Please see below the downloadable presentations & videos of the sessions

    See the highlights video here

    Click the image below to see the full photo album from the event

     

     

    How the market will look in 2019
    Can the market keep its momentum?
    Is now the time to be selling new aircraft?
    Brian Proctor, Mente

     

     

    What next for business aviation – the OEM perspective


    Michael Amalfitano, Embraer

     

     

    Let the good times roll – is this as good as it gets?

    Is this now a seller’s market?
    What caused the change?
    Is it all about the US?
    How long will it last?

     

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte
    Chris Brenner, Jetcraft
    Neville Fahy, Textron Aviation
    Brian Foley
    Don Haloburdo, Jet Aviation
    Neville Fahy, Textron Aviation

     

     

    Who needs to own? Charter and the sharing economy

    Are we seeing a shift to charter or just incremental demand?
    Owned versus managed aircraft
    How can technology change charter?

     

    Moderator: Saskia de Jong, Avinode
    Fabian Bello, Journey Aviation
    Joe Barber, Clay Lacy Aviation
    Stephanie Chung, JetSuite
    Andrew Collins, Sentient Jet
    James Henderson, XOJET

     

     

     

     

    Preserving aircraft value

    Sebastien Mullot, Bombardier Business Aircraft

    If you would like to follow up on Sebastein’s presentation, please email: [email protected]

     

     

    Business Jet Finance in 2019

    How competitive is it getting?
    Have financiers learnt the lessons of the last 10 years?

     

    Moderator: Edward Gross, Vedder Price
    Joe DiLallo, BMO Harris Bank Equipment Finance

    Keith Hayes, PNC
    Greg Holst, 1st Source Bank
    Shelley Svoren, First Republic Bank
    Don Synborski, Citizens Asset Finance Inc.

     

     

     

    Interview: Aerion

    Ernie Edwards interviewed by Alasdair Whyte

     

     

     

    Green flying – the rise of alternative fuels

    Why does the industry need to switch?
    Is it just greenwashing
    Will customers pay more for greener fuels?

     

    Tim Obitts, NATA

     

     

     

    Building the base – the biggest news story in business aviation

    How memberships are rethinking aviation
    Why Wheels Up is looking at Amazon Prime

     

    Kenny Dichter, Wheels Up

     

     

     

    Looking abroad

    Why you should look offshore
    How ICAO governs all registries – why there are no registries of convenience
    Customer service and other advantages

     

    Edwin Kelly, DCA Aruba

     

     

     

       

    Paper planes – tapping the capital markets

    Why business aviation needs securitization?
    What questions do investors ask?
    How big an appetite is there for business jet paper?

     

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, CJI
    Joe Catarina, Global Jet Capital
    Nicholas Sandler, Stonebriar

     

     

     

     

    Making connections

    Can customer expectations be met?
    Will the price come down?

     

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, CJI
    James Person, Viasat
    Jared Maynard, Satcom Direct
    Jim Zanino, Gogo Business Aviation

     

     

     

    The future for US registration

    What is changing and what needs to be done to comply?
    What is driving the changes?

     

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, CJI
    Bruce Marshall, AIC Title Service
    Scott McCreary, McAfee & Taft
    John Schmidt, Aero Law Group LLC

     

     

    Across the pond – understanding Europe (& Europeans)

     

    Lasse Rungholm, OPMAS

     

     

       

    Panel: Ethical dilemmas

    Does business aviation have an ethics problem?
    Where do you draw a line?
    Is regulation even possible?

     

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, CJI
    Johnny Foster, OGARAJets

    Janine Iannarelli, Par Avion Ltd
    Jay Mesinger, Mesinger Jets

     

     

     


    Rationality in an irrational market

    Why prices may not be a rational representation of the market
    How some bad actors distort the market even further

     

    Mike McCracken, Hawkeye Aircraft Acquisitions

     

    Latin Vibes

    Where are the bright spots?
    Should US lenders look South?
    Which markets will be pretty much closed in 2019?

     

    Moderator: Dave Clark, Integris Aviation
    Eduardo Ferriera, 1st Source Bank
    Fabrice Roger, Jetcraft
    Felipe Veneziano, Pinheiro Neto Law 

     

     

    The difference that speed, safety and technological innovation make

    From new and pre-owned sales to the retention of residual values.

    The importance of research and development, supplier partnerships, customer collaborations and technological innovation

     

    Mark Burns, Gulfstream

     

     

     

    The price is right

    What is the new normal for aircraft depreciation?

     

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, CJI
    David Crick, DAVAIR
    Jeff Dorraugh, MENTE Group
    Dan Hall, Flight Ascend Consultancy
    Rudy Tenore, V2 Aviation Consultants

     

     

     

    The art of business aircraft management

    Do owners know what they are looking for?
    Will we ever really see consolidation?
    Do you ever get economies of scale?

     

    Moderator: David Poltorak, Rockwell Collins
    Jonah Adler, Jet Edge
    Dan Drohan, Solairus Aviation
    KC Ihlefeld , Gama Aviation
    Brian Kirkdoffer, Clay Lacy
    Marshall Myles, SkyService Business Aviation

     

     

     

    Is everyone ready for ADS-B?

    (Please click on speakers name to see their presentation)

     

    Moderator: Alex Craig, AvRisk
    Chuck Wade, Rockwell Collins
    Joe Zulueta, Aeronautical Systems

     

     

     

     

    The joy of tax

    Have the reforms boosted the market?
    Accelerated depreciation versus 1031

     

    Moderator: Edward Kammerer, Hinkley, Allen & Snyder LLP
    Michael Kosnitzky, Pillsbury
    Nel Stubbs, Conklin & de Decker
    Jim Simpson, First Republic Bank
    Jeffrey Towers, TVPX

     

     

     

    When I get older, losing my air

    Opportunities for older assets
    Why breaking up is never easy

     

    Moderator: Chris Miller, Shearwater Aero Capital
    Jim Sellers, JSSI
    Bob Wilke, AvRisk
    Greg Miller, M4 Aviation Group

     

     

     

     

     

    Managed co-ownership: A new shared-ownership option  

     

    A look at the newest trend in shared-ownership and how it benefits both you and your customers

     

    Mark Molloy, Partners in Aviation

     

     

     

     

     

    Retaining aircraft values

    Why programmes make a difference
    What is next as ownership evolves?

     

    Moderator: Jason Huff, King & Spalding
    Nicole Kappos, Pratt & Whitney Canada
    Anthony Kioussis, Asset Insight LLC
    Cory Little, Honeywell
    Alan Mangels, Rolls-Royce
    Greg Ryan, GE
    Jason Schwab, JSSI

     

     

     

    What keeps asset managers awake at night?
    What are the new depreciation rules?
    Moderator: Richard Berkemeier, Pegasus
    Jeffrey Dunn, PNC
    Alan Perzigian, Global Jet Capital
    Donald McGill, Fifth Third Equipment Finance

     

     

     

     

    Taking a long-term view
    How has the business jet market evolved in the last 40 years?

    Should we all stop looking back at 2007 and 2008?
    What are the big megatrends we should be focusing on?Moderator: Alasdair Whyte
    Lou Seno, JSSI

    Bob Zuskin, Jet Perspectives
    Wayne Starling, AOPA Aviation Finance

     

     

    Corporate Jet Investor London 2019 – Presentations

    Thank you very much for attending Corporate Jet Investor London 2019

    Please see below the downloadable presentations & video of the sessions 

    Click the image below to see the full photo album from the event

     

    Monday 29th January 2019

    Where does the market go now? 

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, CJI
    Pascal Bachmann, Jetcraft
    Stephen Friedrich, Embraer
    Jay Mesinger, Mesinger Jet Sales

     

    America – Making business aviation great again

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, CJI
    Jonah Adler, Jet Edge
    Nicholas Cerretani ,QS Partners
    Johnny Foster, OGARAJETS
    Dave Labrozzi, Global Jet Capital
    Tim Obitts, NATA
    Jim Simpson, First Republic Bank

     

    5. Three “gotchas” in high-activity markets (what to be careful of and why) 

    Mike Dwyer, Guardian Jet

     

     

     

    Do owners value safety oversight?
    Moderator: David Hernandez, Vedder Price
    Stuart Algar, Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority
    Alexandria Colindres, The Registry of Aruba
    Mark Leatherbarrow, San Marino Aircraft Registry
    Richard Smith, Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands 

     

     

     The importance of importing
    Moderator: Mark Bisset, Clyde & Co
    Nic Arnold, PwC
    Heather Gordon, Martyn Fiddler Aviation
    Hugo Jenney, Stephenson Harwood
    Lasse Rungholm, OPMAS

     

     

    Public Service Announcement: Stay Out of Jail

    Paul Jebely, Pillsbury Winthrop Shaw

     

     

     

    Whose line is it anyway? European title insurance  

    Moderator: Bruce Marshall, AIC Title Service
    Clay Healey, AIC Title Service
    Andrew Hillier, Dual Asset Underwriting
    Kelly Lines, Dual Asset Underwriting

     

     

    Expanding business aviation connectivity

    Noel Trout, Avinode

     

     

    Making business aviation more efficient
    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, CJI
    Annika Abraham, Avinode
    Bernhard Fragner, GlobeAir
    James Hardie, Collins Aerospace

    Maximilian Maruna, Avcon Jet

     

     New regulations you need to know about

    Robert Baltus, European Business Aviation Association

     

    Future of aircraft management
    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, CJI
    Siegfried Axtmann, FAI
    Norbert Ehrich, Jet Aviation
    Chris Mace, SaxonAir Charter
    Patrick Margetson-Rushmore, Luxaviation
    Florent Sériès, TAG Aviation

     

    Tuesday 30th January 2019

       Simplifying charter to grow the market  

    Moderator: Richard Mumford, BACA
    Phil Brockwell, Centreline
    Ed Underwood, Avsurance
    Philippe Fragniere, Exklusiv Aviation
    Steffen Fries, MHS Aviation

     

     

     

    Has Cape Town made a difference?
    Moderator: Eddie Gross, Vedder Price
    Marc Abraham, Investec
    Johan Blitz, UBS
    Michel Buffat, Credit Suisse
    Marie-Laure Gassier, BNP Paribas
    Sabrina Glimcher, Global Jet Capital
    Clay Healey, AIC Title Service
    Eric Lewin, The Law Offices of Eric Lewin

     

     

     Of fixed abode: Investing in the infrastructure 

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, CJI
    David Best, Jet Aviation
    Adel Mardini, Jetex Flight Support

     

     

     

    Keynote: VistaJet

    Thomas Flohr, VistaJet

     

     

     

    How connecting aircraft can improve operations 

    Moderator: Dave Edwards, Windsor Capital
    James Hardie, Collins Aerospace
    John Peterson, Honeywell
    Harry Shadbolt, Inmarsat
    James Zanino, Gogo Business Aviation 

     

     

     We are only 59 days away from Brexit 

    Moderator: Alan Cunningham, DLA Piper
    Marc Bailey, British Business & General Aviation Association
    Stockton Birthisel, Atlas Corporate Service
    Matthieu de Varax, Odi-sé Avocats
    Graham Williamson, Sonas Aviation

     

    Supporting roles 

    Moderator: Aoife O’Sullivan, The Air Law Firm
    Geoffrey Corbeil, Pratt & Whitney Canada
    Steve McManus, GE Aviation
    Alan Mangels, Rolls-Royce
    Mark Winzar, JSSI

     

     

     

    The problem with people 

    Moderator: Ford von Weise, Citi Private Bank
    William Finden, Oaklands Global
    Liz Moscrop, GearUp TV
    Jonathan Kenworthy, CAE

     

    Financing flight 

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, CJI
    Ömer Köksal, UniCredit Leasing Aviation
    Nick Sandler, Stonebriar Commercial Finance
    Shawn Vick, Global Jet Capital

     

    Dispelling corporate airliner myths 

    Moderator: Graham Williamson, Sonas Aviation
    Jim Dixon, Winch Design
    Alex Fecteau, Boeing Business Jets
    Tobias Laps, Comlux

    11. Crystal balls – where the market heading?

    Moderator: Steve Varsano, The Jet Business
    Brian Foley, Brian Foley Associates
    Anthony Kioussis, Asset Insight LLC
    Richard Koe, WINGX
    Jeff Lowe, Asian Sky
    Rolland Vincent, JETNET IQ

     

    12.  What will the next decade look like? 

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, CJI
    David Dixon, Jetcraft
    Alireza Ittihadieh, Freestream
    Brian Proctor, MENTE Group

     

     

     

     

     

     

    Corporate Jet Investor Dubai 2019 – Presentations

    Thank you very much for attending Corporate Jet Investor Dubai 2019

    Please see below the downloadable presentations & videos of the sessions. 

    Click the image below to see the full photo album from the event

     

     

    Monday 1st April 2019 

    1. Managing and operating aircraft in the Middle East

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, Corporate Jet Investor
    Rob DiCastri, Royal Jet Group
    Richard Lineveldt, Gama Aviation
    Ramandeep Oberoi, Falcon Aviation Services
    Paul van der Blom, DC Aviation Al-Futtaim
    Mike Berry, ExecuJet

     


     

    2. Interview: The importance of trip planning and support

    Jay Ammar Husary, UAS International Trip Support

     

                                                                                                                

                                                                                                              

    3. Why bigger can be better     

    Jean-Noel Robert, Airbus Corporate Jets

     

                                                                                                                

                 

                                                                                                              

    4. Growing Jetex

    Adel Mardini, Jetex Flight Support

     

                                                                                                                

                                                         

      

    5. The Problem with Europe  

    Lasse Rungholm, OPMAS Group

     

                                                                                                                

     

     

    6. How are Asia’s key business jet markets evolving?              

    Jeffrey Lowe, Asian Sky Group

    If you would like to follow up on Jeff’s presentation, please email [email protected] 

                                                                                                             

                                                                                              

    7. Managing & operating aircraft in Saudi

    Yosef Hafiz, NASJET
    Capt.Mohammed Al-Gabbas, NASJET

     

                                                                                                                                      

                                                                                              

    8. Selling aircraft

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, Corporate Jet Investor
    Claudio Camelier, Embraer
    Sari Sawaya, Jetcraft

     

                                                                                                                                      

                          

                                                                                              

     9. The connected aircraft
    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, Corporate Jet Investor
    James Hardie, Collins Aerospace
    Jim Zanino, Gogo Business Aviation

                                                                                                       

                                                                                              

     10. Maintaining aircraft in hot and dry environments

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, Corporate Jet Investor
    Alexander Ebert, GE Aviation
    Michael Mechler, Rolls-Royce Deutschland
    Luc Poirier, JSSI

                                                                                                       

                                                                                              

     

     

    11. The charter market

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, Corporate Jet Investor
    Steffen Fries, MHS Aviation GmbH
    Mark Hardman, Flying Group Middle East

     

                                                                                                       

     

                                                                                              

     

    12. Getting deals done

    Moderator: Oliver Tebbit, Watson Farley & Williams Simon Davies, Global Jet Capital
    Beat Kälin, UBS

     

     

                                                                                                       

     

     

     

    Corporate Jet Investor Miami 2019 – Presentations

    Thank you very much for attending Corporate Jet Investor Miami 2019

    Please see below the downloadable presentations and videos from the sessions. 

    Click the image below to see the full photo album from the event

     

    Tuesday 12th November 2019 

     

    1. The state of the nation – which way now?
      Gus Faucher, PNC Financial Services Group

     

     

    2. Disrupting business aviation 


    Michael Amalfitano, Embraer Executive Jets

     

     

    3. Poolside Chat – 20 questions for 20 years


    Andrew Collins, Sentient Jet

     

     

    4. Disrupting business aviation 

    Rob Scholl, Textron Aviation

     

     

     

     

    5. Megatrends – The tech Revolution.Aero – the connected aircraft


    Moderator:
    Mike Stones, Corporate Jet Investor
    Gregg Malakoff, Intelsat
    Jared Maynard, Satcom Direct
    James Person, Viasat
    Bill Rowell, Inmarsat
    Lupita Wilson, Collins Aerospace
    Jim Zanino, Gogo Business Aviation

     

     

     

    6. Rethinking charter sales & payments 
    Greg Johnson, Tuvoli

     

     

     

     

    7. Using technology to make charter more efficient
    Jason Johnson, Click Aviation Network

     

     

     

    8. Simplifying Operations & Registrations
    Moderator:
    David Hernandez, Vedder Price
    Alexandria Colindres, The Registry of Aruba
    Simon Williams, Isle of Man Aircraft Registry

     

     

     

    9. Wheels Up: Bringing business aviation to the masses
    Kenny Dichter, Wheels Up

     

     

     

    10. Rethinking ownership
    Brian Proctor, MENTE Group

     

     

    11. Megatrends: Green flying – Sustainable Aviation Fuel
    Moderator:
    Tim Obitts, NATA
    Lana Van Marter, NESTE
    Keith Sawyer, Avfuel
    Mark Masluch, Bombardier Aviation

    Wednesday 13th November 2019 

     

    1. The state of the pre-owned market
    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, Corporate Jet Investor
    Shawn Dinning, Dallas Jet International
    Donald Dwyer, Guardian Jet
    Christopher Ellis, Avpro Inc
    Jeff Lowe, Asian Sky Group
    Kevin White, Jet EdgeWe’re sorry but the video of this session is not available

     

     

    2. How an we improve the image of the aircraft sales industry?


    Jay Mesinger, Mesinger Jet Sales

     

    We’re sorry but the video of this session is not available

     

     

    3. How aircraft financiers view their assets

    Moderator: Edward Gross, Vedder Price
    Keith Hayes, PNC Aviation Finance
    Eduardo Ferreira, 1st Source Bank
    Steve Olson, BB&T Bank
    Shelley Svoren, First Republic Bank

     

    We’re sorry but the video of this session is not available

     

     

    4. NetJets Growing business aviation


    Pat Gallagher, NetJets

     

    We’re sorry but the video of this session is not available

     

     

    5. Vista Global’s American strategy


    Moderator:
    Alasdair Whyte, Corporate Jet Investor
    Ian Moore, VistaJet
    Leona Qi, VistaJet

     

    We’re sorry but the video of this session is not available

     

     

    6. Megatrends: The tech Revolution.Aero – getting to zero unplanned maintenance
    Moderator: Mike Stones, Corporate Jet Investor
    Alan Mangels, Rolls-Royce
    Greg Ryan, GE Aviation

     

    We’re sorry but the video of this session is not available

     

     

    7. After the aftermarket – the battle for maintenance
    Moderator: Ford von Weise, Citi Private Bank
    Joshua Krotec, First Aviation Services Inc.
    Derek Zimmerman, Gulfstream Aerospace

     

     

    8. How engine programs affect aircraft dispatchability
    Delray Dobbins, Pratt & Whitney Canada

     

    We’re sorry but the video of this session is not available

     

     

    9. Flight as a service – simplifying ownership
    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, Corporate Jet Investor
    Anthony Banome, Fontainebleau Aviation
    Neil Book, JSSI
    Daniel Harris, Clay Lacy Aviation

     

    We’re sorry but the video of this session is not available

     

     

    10. How to stop illegal charter
    Moderator: Ryan Waguespack, NATA
    Michael Maratto, NetJets
    David T Norton, Shackleford, Bowen, McKinley & Norton, LLP
    Simon Williams, Isle of Man Aircraft Registry

     

     

    11. Secrets of the closing call
    Moderator: JC Ferrer, Holland & Knight
    Jack Gilchrist, Gilchrist Aviation Law
    Bruce Marshall, AIC Title Service
    Joan Roberts, Insured Aircraft Title Service
    Jeff Snowden, Aero-Space Reports, Inc.

     

     

    12. The space race VVIP Jets
    Jean-Noel Robert, Airbus Corporate Jets

     

    We’re sorry but the video of this session is not available

     

    13. The Great GATS(by)
    Moderator:
    Scott McCreary, Mc Afee & Taft
    Jason Huff, King & Spalding
    Jeff Towers, TVPX

     

    Corporate Jet Investor Asia 2019 – Presentations

    Thank you very much for attending Corporate Jet Investor Asia 2019

    Please see below the downloadable presentations and videos of the sessions. 

    Click the image below to see the full photo album from the event

     

    Wednesday 12th June 2019 

    1.  The state of the market

     

    Which countries are up and down?
    How big will the Asian fleet get by 2020?

    Jeff Lowe, Asian Sky Group

     

     

     

    2. The view from the hangar


    What are the biggest headaches for operators?

    Will Asia see operator consolidation or failure?

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, Corporate Jet Investor
    Jolie Howard, TAG Aviation
    Richard Porter, ExecuJet
    Joe Reckling, Jet Aviation

     

     

     

    3. The evolution of business aviation in Asia Pacific
    Khader Mattar, BombardierIf you would like to follow up on the Bombardier presentation, please email [email protected] and we will put you in touch with a representative from Bombardier. 

     

     

    4. Airlines versus business aviation – which passengers have the best experience?
    Are business jets as comfortable as first class on Singapore?

    Do we need to rethink privacy on private jets?Nils Uelledahl, BMW DesignworksNils’ presentation is not available for download however, if you would like to follow up, he is happy to receive any questions via email. Please contact [email protected] 

     

     

    5. Getting with the programme


    What should maintenance programmes cover?

    Issues when aircraft are sold
    How do they affect values?

     

    Moderator: David Crick, DavAir Group
    Quentin Bond, JSSI
    Michael Mechler, Rolls-Royce
    Steve McManus, GE Aviation

     

     

     

    6. Who wants to run an aircraft registry


    A quick guide to different jurisdictions

    Where can off-shore registries make the biggest difference?
    Which transactions fit different registries?

     

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, CJI
    Filipe Albuquerque, The Registry of Aruba
    Len Cormier, Bermuda Aircraft Registry
    Paolo Lironi, 2-Reg
    Simon Williams, Isle of Man Aircraft Registry

     

     

     

     

    7. Smart decisions with digital data

     

    Andy Hudson, Down-Route

     

     

     

     

    8. Flying within Europe – the idiosyncrasies of the European Union


    Why importation is important (and you do not want your aircraft seized)
    How Brexit affects flying (if anyone knows by now)

     

    Lasse Rungholm, OPMAS 

     

     

    9. Sanctions 101

    The difference approaches that countries take
    What happens when clients end up on the list

    What to do if your client breaches sanctions

     

    Moderator: Scott McCreary, McAfee & Taft
    David Hernandez, Vedder Price
    Mark Bisset, Clyde & Co.
     

     

     

     

     

    10. Hot Air, Cold Feet and High Stakes, Crisis Planning & Response


    Peter Coles, Clyde & Co.
    Paul Freeman, Clyde & Co.

     

     

     

     

    11. Medical support at altitude, why bother?

     

    Sarah Magee, Philips

     

     

    12. An A, B, C of the future of business aviation


    It is not just for the young to enjoy.
    The future is something we can all shape and it is available right now.


    James Hardie, Collins Aerospace 

     

     

     

     

    13. Whose deal is it anyway?

     

    An interactive quiz for financiers looking at what deals they want – and what does not work for them.

     

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, Corporate Jet Investor
    Alex Badran, Bank of America Merrill Lynch
    Violet Kwek, Global Jet Capital
    Ford von Weise, Citi Private Bank
    Don Walsh, Stonebriar Commercial Finance

     

     

     

     

     14. Reflections on how Asia’s business jet market has changed

     

    The rules of selling aircraft in the region
    How will the market look in 20 years

     

    David Dixon, Jetcraft Asia, author, I Sell Planes

     

     

    Thursday 13th June 2019

     

    1. Brokering a deal

     

    Moderator: Chris Miller, Shearwater Aero Capital
    Oliver Stone, Colibri Aircraft
    David Dixon, Jetcraft
    Dominique Trinquet, Boutsen Aviation

     

     

     

    2. Political risk: What to worry about in Asia


    Where are the flashpoints to worry about now?

    Where will the big problems come from in the future?

    Steve Wilford, Control Risks

     

     

     

     

     

    3. Finding advice to close deals

     


    Getting deals to close

    What are the biggest transaction blocks
    Is there enough information or too much out there

     

    Moderator: Jaslyn Chan, JSSI
    David Crick, DavAir
    Ikhsan Alfahmi, JSSI / TAG Aviation            
    Scott McCreary, McAfee & Taft 

     

     

     

    4. Underwriting issues


    Current insurance market underwriting issues

    Flight planning and insurance glitches for 135 operators
    N registered aircraft based in Asia underwriting issues

     

    Moderator: Ed Underwood, Avsurance
    Nick Bridges, MS Amlin
    David Hernandez, Vedder Price 

     

     

     

     

    5. Aviation infrastructure challenges

    How do airports view business aviation?
    Will business jets always get crowded out?
    Why foreign director investors fly in on business jets


    Moderator: Sarah Kalmeta, Universal Weather & Aviation
    Abdul Charafeddin, UAS International Trip Support
    Sheree Cheung, Hong Kong Business Aviation Centre
    Maximilian Motschmann, IJM
    John O’Meara, Aviation Concepts Technical Services Inc

     

     

     

     

    6. Using credit solutions to enhance growth and finance

    Steve Taylor, AON

     

     

     

     

    7. The view across Asia

     

    How are other markets faring?
    Selling business aviation in different markets?

     

    Moderator: David Wearmouth, Gama Aviation
    Kris Constantinides, Airflite

    Geo Han, GH Aero International
    Jeff Lowe, Asian Sky Group
    Sergio Oliveira e Silva, Gama Aviation

     

     

     

     

    8. Asian business aviation revolution 2030


    The shared economy

    Disruptive technologies
    Global connectivity
    Urban mobility


    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, Corporate Jet Investor
    James Hardie, Collins Aerospace
    Nadav Kessler, Asian Sky Group
    Mike Walsh, Aer Mobi

     

     

     

     

    9. Selling new jets in Asia


    What are buyers looking for?

    What are the biggest hurdles?
    How competitive is the market

     

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, Corporate Jet Investor
    Claudio Camelier, Embraer
    Nilesh Pattanyak, Bombardier
    Rocky Zhang, Textron

     

     

    Corporate Jet Investor London 2020 – Presentations

    Thank you very much for attending Corporate Jet Investor London 2020

     

    Please see below the downloadable presentations & videos of the sessions 

     

    Click the image below to see the full photo album from the event

     

    Monday 3rd February 2020

     

     

     

     

    1. The Next Decade of Business Aviation


    David Coleal, Bombardier Aviation

    If you would like to follow up on David’s presentation, please email  Leo Knaapen: [email protected]

     

     

    2. The state of the global economy


    Arnaud Mares, Citi Research

    If you would like to follow up on Arnaud’s presentation, please email [email protected]

     

     

     

    3. Understanding the political risks in 2020

    Vlad Bobko, AON

     

     

     

     

     

    4. Gone Green – Why aviation needs to be sustainable now

     

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, CJI

    Nancy Bsales, AeroCarbonfund
    Marie-Laure Gassier, BNP Paribas
    Clive Jackson, Victor
    Richard Koe, WINGX
    Mark Masluch, Bombardier Aviation
    Bruce Parry, EBAA
    Tom Parsons. Air BP

     

     

     

     

    5. Re-energising the future of business aviation

     

    Hamish Harding, Action Aviation
    Col. Terry Virts, Action Aviation

     

     

     

     

     

    6. Under pressure: Why people are attacking business aviation

     

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, CJI
    Anne Devilliers, Dassault
    Philippe Fragniere, Exklusiv Aviation
    Glen Heavens, Synergy
    Patrick Margetson-Rushmore, Luxaviation
    Aoife O’Sullivan, The Air Law Firm

     

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    7. The changing business aviation landscape

     

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte
    Don Dwyer, Guardian Jet
    Mike Silvestro, Flexjet

     

     

     

     

    8. Letter to America: Speeding up exports


    Moderator: John Farrish, jetAVIVA
    Michael Bonventre, FAA
    Jack Gilchrist, Gilchrist Aviation Law
    David Hernandez, Vedder Price
    Tobias Kleitman, TVPX

     

     

     

     

    9. Answering tech problems in Europe and America


    Clay Healey, AIC Title ServiceIf you would like to follow up on Clay’s presentation, please email [email protected] 

     

     

    10. Building from the base: The state of light-jet market

     

    Moderator: Adam Twidell, PrivateFly
    Stephen Friedrich, Embraer
    Dustin Cordier, jetAVIVA
    Adam Hahn, Cirrus Aircraft Corporation
    Ashley Namihas, Textron Aviation

     

     

     

    11. Those were the days: Russia 2020


    Moderator: Mike Stones, CJI
    Mikhail Alenkin, ArcosJet
    Christan Certa, Credit Suisse
    Philip Lamzin, DLA Piper Russia

     

    (The video of the panel will be available here soon)

     

     


    12. Safety: The indsutry’s number one priority


    Moderator: Dave Edwards, The Air Charter Association
    Hazel Courteney, San Marino Civil Aviation Authority
    Edwin Kelly, DCA Aruba
    Phillippe Renz, Renz & Partners
    Richard Smith, Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands
    Michael Swann, Bermuda Aircraft Registry
    Ryan Waguespack, NATA
    Simon Williams, Isle of Man Aircraft Registry

    (The video of the session will be available here soon)

     

     

    13. Leaving on a jet plane: Investing in the infrastructure


    Moderator:
    Alasdair Whyte, CJI
    Nicole Kappos, Pratt & Whitney Canada
    Adel Mardini, Jetex
    Ettore Poggi, ExecuJet

     

     

    Tuesday 4th February 2020

     

    1. Sell sell sell, Demand for new & pre-owned aircraft

     

    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, CJI
    Pascal Bachmann, Jetcraft
    Alireza Ittihadieh, Freestream
    Steve Varsano, The Jet Business

     

     

     

    2. Business Aviation and the democratization of data


    Neil Book, JSSI

     

     

     

    3. Take a Chance: The new insurance
    Moderator: Ed Underwood, Avsurance
    Alex Cullen, Atrium
    Zoe Layden, Claveaux Consulting
    Todd Guelich, AssuredPartners Aerospace

     

     

     

    4. Safety: Opportunities for improvement
    Richard Weeks, NetJets
    If you would like to follow up on Richard’s presentation, please email [email protected]

     

     

     

    5. Money, money, money: Managing the assets behind loans
    Moderator: Alasdair Whyte, CJI
    Richard Berkemeier, Pegasus Aircraft Appraisal Group
    Edward Gross, Vedder Price

    Paul Jebely, Pillsbury
    Vivek Kaushal, Global Jet Capital
    Don Walsh, Stonebriar

     

     

     

     

    6. Ticket to ride: The European Charter Market


    Moderator: Emily Williams, IW Aviation
    Julie Black, Hunt & Palmer / The ACA
    Tanya Raynes, Pula Aviation Services Limited
    Marine Eugène, Flexjet
    Michelle McMullan, Air Charter Scotland

     

     

     

    7. Speeding up transactions: The pre-purchase inspection


    Moderator: Alan Cunningham, DLA Piper
    Andy Baker, Plane Audits
    Stuart Kirkwood, TAG Maintenance Services, Farnborough
    Oliver Stone, Colibri Aircraft

     

     

     

    8. The only way is up


    The connected aircraft of the future (video)


    Moderator: Claudio Bruno, Flexjet
    James Hardie, Collins Aerospace
    Alan Mangels, Rolls-Royce
    Steve McManus, GE Aviation
    James Person, Viasat
    John Peterson, Honeywell
    Shuaib Shahid, Gogo Business Aviation
    Harry Shadbolt, Inmarsat

     


     

     

     

    9. China (& the rest of Asia)  The toughest market in business aviation?

    Moderator: Alud Davies, CJI
    James Bradley, K&L Gates
    Jeff Lowe, Asian Sky Group
    David Dixon, Jetcraft

     

     

     

    10. Mr Spaceman: Buying & completing VVIP


    Moderator: Aoife O’Sullivan, The Air Law Firm
    Tom Chatfield, Camber Aviation Management

    Alex Fecteau, Boeing Business Jets
    Eric Jullien, Airbus Corporate Jets
    Tobias Laps, Comlux

     

     

     

    11. What frustrates HNWI buyers?

     

    Moderator: Mark Bisset, Clyde & Co
    Michel Buffat, Credit Suisse
    Arnaud de Gordon, UBS
    Jim Simpson, First Republic Bank
    Oliver Tebbit, Watson Fairly Williams
    Ford von Weise, Citi Private Bank

     

     

     

    12. A Hard Days Night: Operating Aircraft


    Moderator:
    Alasdair Whyte, CJI

    Fabian Bello, Journey Aviation
    Brian Jones, Gama Aviation
    Simon Tyrie, Qatar Executive
    Graham Williamson, Sonas Aviation

     


     

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