Corporate Jet Investor London 2022 will provide an opportunity for the industry to regroup, connect and plan for the year ahead.
Returning to The Landmark London on March 8th and 9th, CJI London 2022 will bring the industry together for two days of in-depth content, robust debate, focused discussion and lots of opportunities to connect with industry.
The event contains TED-style presentations, in-depth Q&A sessions, interactive audience participation, stimulating debates, quizzes and more. It is the perfect opportunity to keep up to date with latest insights (both positive and negative) from an expert line up of speakers.
With 24 hours of scheduled networking time, delegates will multiple and strengthen their connections with 500 leaders of business aviation at Corporate Jet Investor London. Delegates also have the chance to meet and network with hundreds of senior executives at The Dealmakers Dinner.
If you’re interested in meeting the industry’s most important operators, financiers, private banks, brokers, management companies, arrangers, lawyers, manufacturers, appraisers and other leading figures, these events are perfect for you.
If you are interested in attending this event, please get in touch with Rianne West
CJI London is CPD certified:
To make the event as safe as possible for staff and attendees, the hotel will offer enhanced cleaning and ventilation and hand sanitiser will be available throughout the venue. Masks will be optional.
If you have any questions or concerns, please email Rianne West.
16.00 Women in Aviation Reception
18.00 Welcome Cocktail Reception hosted by Global Jet Capital
08.00 Breakfast & registration and breakfast sponsored by Bombardier
08.45 Opening remarks
Alasdair Whyte, Corporate Jet Investor
08.50 Business aviation 2022 – the OEM perspective
09.10 Is this the golden age of business aviation?
Is this the new normal?
Will the US boom cross the Atlantic?
What could go wrong?
Moderator: Andrew Young, AMSTAT
Andrew Farrant, Global Jet Capital
Richard Koe, WINGX
Rollie Vincent, JETNET IQ
09.45 Finding the right new aircraft
Anne DeVilliers, Dassault Aviation
10.05 The Cabin Experience – Evolved
The wireless cabin is finally here. Why now
Revolutionizing the way you see lighting and experience connectivity
Jay McGrath, Spectrum Networks
10.25 Morning coffee
10.55 Managing pre-owned supply and demand
Moderator: Alan Cunningham, DLA Piper
Alireza Ittihadieh, Freestream
11.30 How US tax reaches across the Atlantic
How do these taxes apply when delivering foreign registered aircraft in the US?
Are there any exemptions?
What you need to know.
What are the risks?
Nel Stubbs, Conklin de Decker
11.50 Can business aviation become sustainable?
Why the industry needs to focus on sustainability
Making a real difference versus Greenwashing
Why it is so much more complicated than you think
Moderator: Tony Payne, DLA Piper
Matt Finch, Transport & Environment
Kennedy Ricci, 4AIR
Ford von Weise, Citi Private Bank
12.30 Lunch sponsored by Stonebriar Commercial Finance
13.50 Charter 2022
Where is the demand coming from?
Will rates keep rising?
Is there enough supply?
Bernhard Fragner, GlobeAir AG
Daniel Rudas, Hahn Air Lines GmbH
14.25 The advanced air mobility revolution and business aviation
Are you right to be sceptical?
When will we be flying in VTOLs?
What needs to happen?
14.45 Aircraft registration 2022
Safety – the primary role
Getting deals closed
Registration and asset value
Richard Smith, Civil Aviation Authority of the Cayman Islands
Alexandria Colindres, The Registry of Aruba
Matt Bisson, 2-REG
Liam Byrne, Bermuda Aircraft Registry
15.20 Opportunities in the large cabin market
Is now the time for space?
How quickly can I get one – completion times
Alexis Fecteau, Boeing Business Jets
15.50 Afternoon tea
16.15 Ireland: the next business aviation hub
Why Ireland wants business jets
Why you should look at it
Moderator: Aoife O’Sullivan, The Air Law Firm
Graham Williamson, ACASS
Diarmuid O’Conghaile, Irish Aviation Authority
Declan Fitzpatrick, Irish Aviation Authority
16.50 Setting market standards to speed up sales
Is it time to cut negotiations by creating market standard positions?
What are the easy wins?
Is now the time for standard documents?
Moderator: Mark Bisset, Clyde & Co
Oliver Stone, Colibri Aircraft
Hamish Harding, Action Aviation
Keri Dowling, Air Law Office, P.A.
17.25 Selling jets in a boom
Moderator: Don Dwyer, Guardian Jet
Mike Dwyer, Guardian Jet
Steve Varsano, The Jet Business
Brad Harris, Dallas Jet International
18.00 Cocktail reception
19.30 Historic Public House Walking Tour hosted by Action Aviation
08.00 Breakfast hosted by Boeing Business Jets
08.45 Making ownership transparent
Educating new buyers
Does it have to be so complicated?
How much of a contribution can charter make?
Moderator: Glen Heavens, Synergy Aviation
Chris Marich, MySky
Felipe Ribeiro, Invicta Finance
Francisco Zozaya, JSSI
09.40 Designing the perfect maintenance programme
What should be covered and what should not?
Coverage, Transferability, Life limited/cycle limited parts, alternative lift ~
Simplifying maintenance for buyers
Steve McManus, GE Aviation
Megha Bhatia, Rolls Royce
Delray Dobbins, Pratt & Whitney Canada
Guillaume Landrivon, Bombardier
10.15 Morning coffee hosted by Jet Aviation
10.35 Why this is just the start for VistaJet
10.55 SAF for the future
The demand and supply imbalance
How quickly is supply growing?
Moderator: Tim Obitts, NATA
Willie Brewster, Signature
Eve Laurier, Bombardier
Bruce Parry, EBAA
Jonathan Wood, Neste Corporation
Bryan Sherbacow, Alder Fuels
11.30 Opportunities in the large cabin market
Is now the time for space?
How quickly can I get one – completion time
Alex Fecteau, Boeing Business Jets
12.05 US transactions
What happened at Aircraft Guaranty?
Do US export issues affect aircraft already outside the States
Bruce Marshall, AIC Title Service
Scott McCreary, McAfee & Taft
David Hernandez, Vedder Price
12.40 Lunch hosted by Freestream
14.00 The new aircraft management market
What are owners looking for?
Chay White, Luxaviation
14.35 Investing in infrastructure
Simon Geere, Farnborough Airport
Adel Mardini, Jetex
15.10 Stopping illegal charter during a charter boom
Lessons from the Sala tragedy
Is Europe behind the US?
What can the industry do?
Moderator: Dave Edwards, Royal Aeronautical Society
Ryan Waguespack, NATA
Robert Baltus, EBAA
15.45 Afternoon tea
16.15 The connected aircraft
Moderator: Craig Foster, Valour Consultancy
James Person, Viasat
Michael Skou Christensen, Satcom Direct
James Hardie, Collins Aerospace
16.50 Can the US boom continue
Are there any signs of a slowdown?
Is talent the new battleground?
Andy Priester, Priester Aviation
Fabian Bello, Journey Aviation
Andrew Collins, Sentient Jet
Dan Drohan, Solairus Aviation
17.25 Financing when values are rising
Lessons from other boom markets
Is finance less relevant now?
Business jets and sustainability
Moderator: Oliver Tebbitt, Watson Farley & Williams
Johan Blitz, UBS
Vivek Kaushal, Global Jet Capital
Don Walsh, Stonebriar Commercial Finance
Senior representative, Credit Suisse
18.00 Cocktail reception hosted by JSSI
20.00 Dealmakers Dinner sponsored by AIC Title Service
22.00 Flightcap Afterparty sponsored by The Registry of Aruba
Our team is in the market all year round researching and speaking to the people shaping the market. Would love to hear from you about potential topics for future events, so please get in touch via email or calling Hannah Burton on +44 1737 844 3836 / +1 800 757 8059.
Robert Baltus’ aviation experience spans nearly 20 years advising and supporting senior management and executive Boards of a variety of aviation related companies. He has worked for aircraft management, fractional and charter operators and has built strong relationships with the leading business aviation companies in the industry. A business aviation specialist, Baltus is experienced in start-ups, fleet selection, training and strategic change management.
As Chief Operating Officer of the EBAA, Robert oversees a team of experts to monitor and provide analysis on European aviation policies, and is responsible for member engagement with events such as EBACE, EBAA Safety Summit and AirOps.
He has a business management degree from HES Amsterdam and an MSc in Air Transport Management from Cranfield University, was a JAA Accountable manager and is a Commercial Pilot rated on the Boeing 737.
Fabian Bello is CEO and founding member of Journey Aviation, one of the world’s top Gulfstream operators. Under his leadership, the company has demonstrated notable growth since its inception in January of 2014, exceeding $200 million USD in total revenue within its first 5 years in business, while establishing itself as an industry preferred quality operator. In April 2019, Bello acquired Longtail Aviation, the only AOC in Bermuda which currently operates a BBJ and can operate any aircraft with no weight or seat restrictions.
While in the aviation industry, Mr. Bello has held various positions, such as executive vice-president and president/CEO of an international division, as well as president/CEO of other related aviation companies. Most notably, Mr. Bello is known for managing the introduction of Deer Jet’s BBJ’s and ACJ fleet into the Middle East, catapulting the company’s penetration into the international markets.
Prior to entering the aviation industry, Mr. Bello worked in the logistics industry, working for a top worldwide logistics company with over $3 billion USD yearly turnover. In addition to his extensive business knowledge, Mr. Bello has vast experience working with and uniting diverse cultures worldwide; particularly Hispanic, European, Asian and of Arabic regions. He has an innate ability of bringing and keeping individuals working together in pursuit of a common goal. Getting things done effectively, efficiently and with the buy-in of all related parties is one of the strongest attributes to his management style.
Mr. Bello was born in Havana, Cuba and immigrated to Miami, Florida at the age of three. He was raised in South Florida and attended the University of Miami where he earned a Bachelor of Business Administration degree in Marketing in preparation for his management career.
VP Sales & Marketing
Megha Bhatia leads as Vice President of Sales & Marketing for the dedicated business aviation organization at Rolls-Royce. Her passion for technology combined with a degree in Aerospace Engineering and Masters of Business from Embry-Riddle University has enabled her to serve as a driver of change within the aerospace industry.
During her time in business aviation, she has led the introduction of the pioneering sustainable program, SAFinity, which enables carbon neutral flight by combining sustainable projects with a direct investment in SAF, and launched CorporateCare® Enhanced which was the first aftermarket program to expand its premier comprehensive protection for nacelles.
Prior to her current position, Megha specialized for more than a decade in Sales and Business Development with Rolls-Royce. Based both nationally and internationally in the United Kingdom and Singapore, Megha has partnered with customers globally within marine, airlines and business aviation sectors. She led Sales & Business Development for an innovative division focused on advancing ship intelligence, including autonomous solutions. She also headed the global Customer Issues Resolution team to transform their process with significant improvements in customer satisfaction. Megha brings with her a breadth of customer & strategy expertise with the proven ability to positively impact business revenue and performance while maintaining strong customer relationships.
Megha also co-founded Rolls-Royce Women Houston Chapter, and is currently a member of the NBAA Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion working group
Managing Director, Head of Corporate Aircraft Finance
Johan was approached by UBS to set-up and head the Corporate Aircraft Finance team, and joined the bank in 2005 in Zurich.
Since the team was established in 2006, UBS has, under Johan’s leadership, grown its portfolio of business jets extensively. UBS was awarded “Best Financier Europe 2013” and “Best Private Bank in EMEA 2014” for corporate jet financings, “Best Business Jet Financier 2015” and “Best Business Support Services 2015” in APAC.
Johan started his career in commodity trading, and joined a large Swiss bank in 1999 to specialise in aircraft financing. He has since put his significant experience and understanding of the aircraft financing market at the disposal of the bank’s clients and, with his team, supports the bank’s WM business. Johan speaks German, French, English and Swedish.
Johan holds a Bachelor of Business Administration (Banking and Finance) from the University of Applied Sciences in Zurich. Furthermore, Johan is also an Export Specialist with Swiss Federal Certificate and a certified Corporate Banker.
Mark is Head of Aviation Finance, Clyde & Co, London.
Clyde & Co is a global law firm with a focus on five core sectors: transport, insurance, energy, trade & commodities and infrastructure. The firm employs 2,000 legal professionals in 52 offices in every worldwide region.
Mark’s experience includes loan and lease financing, operating leases and tax-based leases, export credit finance, and aircraft purchase and trading, in a wide variety of jurisdictions.
Mark has been very active over the last 15+ years in the business jet market, acting for financiers, owners and operators. In 2017, Mark was ranked as a Band 1 individual in Private Aircraft (Global-wide) in Chambers High Net Worth, and Clyde & Co was similarly first-ranked. Spear’s Magazine describes Mark as an “eminence grise” of business aviation.
Who’s Who Legal Aviation has commented that Mark is an “exceptional finance lawyer with extensive knowledge of both the commercial airline and business jet market.”
Mark also has extensive aviation regulatory experience, including recently advice on ownership and control issues, sanctions, and slots trading. Mark has recently been heavily involved in Brexit-related advice and led the Clyde & Co team which in January 2018 published the report “Brexit scenarios for business aviation” for the EBAA.
Mark is contributing editor of the annual publication “Getting the Deal Through – Aviation Finance and Leasing 2018” and co-editor of “Getting the Deal Through – Air Transport 2018″. He is the co-author of Aviation Insurance Issues in Law and Practice from the Lessor/Lender Perspective”.
Mark is a Guest Lecturer at the International Institute of Air and Space Law, Leiden University.
Profile coming soon
Fuels Manager EMEA
Bio coming soon.
Director of Business Development
Liam Byrne is the newly appointed Director of Business Development for the Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority.
He has held senior commercial and operational positions with TransAer International Airlines, Lufthansa Consulting and latterly with the UK CAA where he managed business development activities in all key markets as Senior Manager International Development within CAA International.
He has led advisory services business development and projects in safety regulatory policy and oversight, safety management, strategy development and airline/aviation authorities capacity building.
Michael Skou Christensen has over ten years of experience with satellite communications within the
private aviation industry. In 2013, Michael lead the opening of SD’s Australasia office, where he acted as
Managing Director until 2016. He is now the Vice President for SD International, where he is responsible
for establishing and growing the sales, support, marketing and training presence across the international
business. His various roles throughout his time in aviation have seen him involved with many different
parts of the value chain, from OEMs and completion centers to end-customers. He holds a bachelor’s
degree in Engineering, and a master’s degree in International Management.
Alexandria Colindres was appointed Chief Executive Officer at the Registry of Aruba in January 2021, after eight years tenure with the Registry. Alexandria worked her way up from her early position in Marketing and Business Development she was appointed as COO in 2018 and now CEO.
She holds a degree in Fine Art from Tufts University and graduated from Columbia College Summa Cum Laude in 2010, when obtaining her master’s degree. After graduation, she went on to manage Spinello Projects, one of Miami’s most successful and reputable art galleries; developing relationships with many local and international collectors, artists, and arts organizations and homing in on her ability to build strategic partnerships.
Combining her passion in the arts with her family’s heritage in Aviation, she is revitalizing the aesthetic image portrayed by the Registry of Aruba and using her public relations skills to enhance customer satisfaction. Based out of the Miami office, for the past eight years, she currently oversees the organization’s ongoing operations and procedures and continues to strengthen the already tight bond with the DCA of Aruba.
In 2019, she was recognized for her achievements in the field and received the Sapphire Pegasus Business Aviation Award for Young Talent/StartUps.
Alexandria works directly with Aruba’s civil aviation authority and offers support to the various other departments to keep continuous communication throughout. At the Registry of Aruba, Alexandria has cultivated strong relationships with clients/customers, team members, and the community which has resulted in significant increases in the success of numerous projects and a stellar reputation in the aviation industry; she is a vital asset to the registry.
As the President and CEO of Sentient Jet, Andrew Collins is responsible for a $450 million consumer travel and aviation business that has rapidly flourished over the last six years. Under his leadership the company has benefited from both a digital and business model transformation, in addition to an organizational restructuring. This includes setting market and product strategy, integrating a full suite of retail and wholesale technology applications, doubling sales, optimizing client acquisitions costs, and moving top-line revenues by 60 percent, while also evolving Sentient into an EBITDA-positive entity.
In addition to running Sentient Jet, Collins is a lead executive at parent company OneSky where he is focused on M&A and revenue management activities.
In 2021 Collins lead the acquisition of Halo Aviation in London and integrated the company with Associated Aircraft Group (recently acquired from Sikorsky Lockheed Martin) in NYC to form OneSky’s Vertical Lift division, creating a global fleet of 24 helicopters and a platform for the future of flight. Inclusive with this effort was an order for 200 eVTOL (electric vertical take off and landing) vehicles from Embraer’s EVE.
In 2018, Collins, on behalf of parent company OneSky, led the acquisition of international digital charter provider PrivateFly to help establish a $100 million, on-demand global platform with a network of 20 localized websites and offices in London, Boston, New York, and Florida.
In recent years Collins has motivated a significant digital and technology transformation at Sentient Jet and its parent company, OneSky. This has included the creation of retail product, online consumer “touch points,” novel mobile applications, and a brand-new, supply-side platform for driving further efficiencies in flight time procurement.
With his direction, Sentient Jet also leveraged its exclusive partnership program to include such leading, world-class brands as Aspen/Snowmass, Sotheby’s, and YPO/WPO. In 2016, Sentient Jet became the first official private aviation partner ever for the Kentucky Derby and Churchill Downs.
Collins has been featured in a number of media outlets and forums including CNN, CNBC, Forbes, NBC, and the Wall Street Journal. In 2016, Sentient Jet and Collins were featured in a Harvard Business School case study entitled “Sentient Jet: The Uber of Private Jets.” He sits on the board of or Tuvoli, the digital aviation payments company, PrivateFly, and Halo Aviation.
He received his BA from Union College and a Master’s Degree from the Sloan School of Management at MIT. He is a member of the Young Presidents’ Organization (YPO) and the Wall Street Journal CEO Council.
Alan acts for banks, leasing companies, airlines, business jet operators, ship owners, ship management companies, data centre providers, contract hire and fleet management companies, OEMs and high net worth individuals.
Alan advises on all aspects of PDP and stage-payment financing, debt financing, operating lease, finance lease and hire-purchase structures, export credit backed financing, residual value guarantee arrangements and tax structures.
Sr Manager, ESP Sales & Global Strategy
Delray Dobbins leads Sales and Global Strategy for Pratt & Whitney Canada’s Eagle Service™ Plan (ESP™), an engine maintenance program for the corporate jet segment. Since joining the company in May 2018, Delray has worked closely with business jet customers, industry influencers, and other key stakeholders to continue to enhance P&WC’s ESP maintenance program offerings.
During his 25+ year career, Delray has held several key positions in the aviation industry. Starting with Rolls-Royce in the early 90’s, Delray worked in the technical publications division supporting the AE3007 engine program. Delray then advanced into a customer support role in 2001 on the GV and G550 engine programs. Later, he was promoted to Regional Customer Manager supporting NetJets’ 130 Gulfstream and Citation X aircraft.
In 2009, Delray became a regional sales executive for CorporateCare covering the Midwestern United States and developed strong relationships with many of those flight departments.
In 2015, Delray joined the Mente Group where his primary mandate was to assist clients in buying and selling aircraft as well as ensure they were knowledgeable of the available engine programs.
Delray has volunteered with the National Aviation Hall of Fame based in Dayton, Ohio and often supports their efforts at the Reno Air Races and their annual Enshrinement Gala.
Delray has a Bachelor’s Degree in Aviation Technology from Purdue University where he graduated with his airframe and power plant license as well as commercial/instrument pilot’s license. Delray is also part owner of a 1967 Beechcraft V35 Bonanza.
Keri L. Dowling earned her Juris Doctorate and was admitted to The Ohio Bar in 1998.
She represented the City of Cleveland before the FAA, NTSB and other governmental agencies, and in negotiations with tenants, landowners and contractors during the expansion of Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, the largest civil aviation airport expansion in US history.
Keri Dowling represented various airports and aircraft manufacturers in civil litigation in both state and federal courts until 2005, when she, newly admitted to the Florida Bar, began to represent various aircraft owners in the purchase of aircraft, structuring of ownership and operational needs, as longwell as other transactional related matters.
Dan Drohan, a lifelong aviator, founded Solairus in 2009 after decades of experience owning and operating successful aviation companies. His entrepreneurial drive and his strong business and sales acumen quickly established Solairus as one of the industry’s most highly respected aircraft management firms. After more than ten years under Drohan’s leadership, Solairus now manages one of the nation’s largest fleet of managed business jets, serving clients around the globe, and is supported by one of the most experienced and respected executive management teams. Drohan is an ATP-rated pilot with qualifications in multiple business jets. He is an active philanthropist and is an advocate for the Business Aviation Industry.
Don Dwyer, Guardian Jet’s co-managing partner, is particularly regarded for his extensive expertise on aircraft finance, asset management, fleet planning and aircraft sales.
He spent most of his career rising through ranks at the aircraft manufacturer, Hawker Beechcraft. As their Vice President of Global Sales, he led the entire sales team and oversaw the company’s international dealer network.
In 2010, Don Dwyer joined his brother, Michael, as co-managing partner of Guardian Jet. Since then, Guardian Jet has become one of the top three aircraft brokerage and consulting firms in the world.
Don is a member of the National Business Aviation Association Advisory Council. An avid sailor, Don is also a 4,500-hour commercial pilot and certified flight instructor.
Michael Dwyer is the co-founder and managing partner of Guardian Jet, one of the world’s leading jet aircraft brokerage and consulting firms.
A leader in aircraft capital planning, fleet optimization, aircraft brokerage and aviation business consulting, Mike has authored many industry articles and regularly speaks at industry forums. He is well-regarded throughout business aviation for his expertise, professionalism and integrity.
Since 2002, his mission always has been to create a transparent, client-focused business. In an effort to share important aircraft data with clients, Mike leads the development of the company’s proprietary Market Survey, whereby clients receive a current valuation of their aircraft in a Guardian Estimate™. Mike is also responsible for product development of the “Vault,” the firm’s online aviation asset management portal, which includes JetFinder™ and other valuable online tools.
Prior to Guardian Jet, Mike held Regional Sales Manager positions at Gulfstream Aerospace, Cessna Citation and Mooney Aircraft.
An avid and experienced pilot, he has amassed nearly 4,000 hours of flight time. He holds an Airline Transport Pilot rating and earned type ratings for the seaplane and Cessna CitationJet. He is also a Certified Flight Instructor.
Mike earned a bachelor’s degree in Business Management from the University of Rhode Island, in Kingston, Rhode Island, and a master’s degree in Finance from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, in Troy, New York.
Dave’s career has taken him through all areas of the aviation industry, including flight operations, ground services and maintenance into senior executive roles with leading airlines and aviation companies and subsequently into trade bodies.
As Chief Executive of the Royal Aeronautical Society (RAeS) Dave is responsible for the day to day management of the 25,000 member society, established in 1866, and the delivery of its charitable aims and learned output. Offering a wide range of education programmes, apprenticeship and degree accreditation, next generation opportunities as well as an international array of lectures and events, the society has Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II as its patron.
Most recently, Dave was CEO of The Air Charter Association, alongside investments in a number of small businesses and non-exec directorship roles through Windsor Capital LLP. He is also a trustee of the aviation charity, fly2help.
Dave was Executive Vice President of Qatar Airways’ Business Jet Division, Qatar Executive following fifteen years with Gama Aviation plc as their Managing Director, Middle East and Asia and Group General Manager.
In 2010 he was elected as the youngest ever Fellow of the Royal Aeronautical Society, in addition he is a member of the Royal Air Force Club and the Air League, a Liveryman of the Honourable Company of Air Pilots and a Freeman of the City of London.
Outside of aviation his hobbies include… aviation, as a private and glider pilot.
Chief Marketing Officer
Andrew Farrant serves as Chief Marketing Officer for Global Jet Capital. Prior to joining GJC, Andrew was the Vice President of Strategic Planning, Marketing, and Corporate Communications for Sequa Corporation and Chromalloy where he led strategic planning and brand development. He previously worked at StandardAero, leading brand development and management. Prior to that, he led the successful corporate rebranding of Landmark Aviation, a Carlyle Group company formed after the merger of three aviation businesses, including an engine maintenance, repair, and overhaul network. He previously spent 15 years in marketing leadership positions at Bombardier Aerospace. Andrew holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Concordia University in Montreal, Canada.
Captain Alex Fecteau is the Director of Marketing for Boeing Business Jets, a division of Boeing Commercial Airplanes. Prior to his current position Captain Fecteau worked with airlines around the world in Boeing Commercial Airplane marketing, with a focus on flight deck technology, and Boeing technical product subject matter. Captain Fecteau earned his undergraduate degree in Aeronautical Engineering, and Master of Science Degree in Mechanical engineering, followed by an extensive career as an F-15 instructor pilot in the US Air Force and pilot for 2 major US Airlines.
Alex has extensive experience working with customer flight operations departments, flight standards, training, and executive levels leadership. He has also worked with regulators worldwide for airplane systems certifications and performance based navigation operational approvals, and was an advisor to several EASA, ICAO, and FAA aviation rulemaking committees.
UK Policy Manager
Matt is the UK Policy Manager for Transport & Environment, Europe’s leading clean transport think tank. Matt has spent over a decade in climate policy, and now almost exclusively works to decarbonise aviation. He sits on various Government advisory panels, around issues such as sustainable aviation fuel and zero emission aircraft
Senior Consultant & Co- Founder
Craig Foster is the co-founder of Valour Consultancy, a leading provider of market intelligence and consultancy services. He has extensive experience covering a wide variety of technology markets including the Internet of Things, M2M, smart home, smart grid, maritime connectivity, in-flight entertainment and connectivity and cabin technology more broadly. Foster has been an industry analyst for 15 years and is based in Grantham in the United Kingdom.
Prior to establishing Valour Consultancy, he was a principal analyst at ABI Research and a market analyst at IMS Research. At ABI, he launched a new research area devoted to the home automation market, before focusing his efforts on expanding the research portfolio of the company’s M2M service. At IMS, Foster’s research focused on the power transmission and low voltage products markets, after which he moved on to take responsibility for the company’s then-nascent aerospace research group.
Foster is a regular speaker and participant in panel discussions and has been widely quoted in trade journals, magazines, and other forms of online and print media. He holds a BA in economics from the University of Leicester.
Driven by the mantra “Passion into Profession” Bernhard Fragner founded GlobeAir in 2007 with the dream to create a new way of travelling in Europe, by applying an air taxi business model to short-haul flights.
Today GlobeAir is internationally recognized as one of the leading private jet charter operator in Europe, with the world’s largest fleet of Citation Mustang jets, 21 in total.
Passionate about aviation, technology and customer service Bernhard Fragner pushes every day his team to new limits, making sure every charter request is handle with extreme precision and care to exceed clients’ expectations.
Since 2008 Bernhard Fragner has become a very active member of the entry light jet community. In November 2011 he joined the Baltic Air Charter Association (BACA) and he became a member of the Council in November 2014. In August 2014 Bernhard Fragner joined the board of directors of the Citation Jets Pilots (CJP) and in 2017 he has been awarded with the prestigious PEGASUS award for his lifetime achievement.
Bernhard graduated as a civil engineer in mechanical plant design from Vienna University and received an MBA in aviation management from the Blue Danube University in Linz, Austria. Furthermore, he holds an ATPL license, including a type instructor endorsement and an EASA FCL type rating examiner authorization. After having worked as a commercial director in industrial plant design for several years he was trained in all EASA post holder management positions at mainly JAAT in The Netherlands.
Simon joined Farnborough Airport from Macquarie Infrastructure and Real Assets (MIRA), bringing with him a wealth of experience, with over 25 years in aviation and airport leadership roles. Formerly holding both board positions and senior roles across several UK and European Airports, Simon is also currently a board member of Aberdeen, Glasgow and Southampton Airports, in addition to Farnborough Airport. Originally setting out to be an architect, Simon changed course and undertook a degree in Transport Studies which introduced him to his now long standing career in aviation. He started at BAA plc in 1994, later joining London Luton Airport as General Manager Aviation and then Business Development Director, responsible for the airport’s revenue generating projects. Joining MIRA in 2002, Simon took charge of driving operational performance across the European airport portfolio whilst steering the business through the many challenges faced by the aviation sector in the past 20 years.
Head of Marketing, EMEA
James Hardie is responsible for Collins Aerospace global marketing and strategic planning for ARINCDirect services. ARINCDirect was established in the USA in 2003 to provide direct access for business jet operators to ARINC communication services. Additional services such as flight planning, were quickly established and continue to be developed. He took responsibility for the ARINCDirect business development in EMEA in early 2006 and subsequently in the Asia Pacific region.
Based in the UK, James joined ARINC in 2001 and has worked with various flight departments around the world providing and developing products and services to meet their needs. Now part of Collins Aerospace IMS division, he has been involved in various projects related to airline and business aircraft operations and communications. James also has a background as a pilot with a CPL(A) and military helicopter experience.
Hamish Harding is the Chairman of Action Aviation, an international aircraft brokerage company with a long history in the Middle East and Asia.
Action Aviation sold over US$ 200 million of pre-owned business jets in 2015, and Action Aviation has, in recent months, sold a number of business jets to Asian buyers, including a Boeing Business Jet and a Gulfstream G650ER.
Hamish is enthusiastic about the potential in the Asian market for preowned business jets, both for sales and acquisitions, and sees business aviation partnerships as the way forward to better cover the geographically largest continent.
Hamish originally gained a degree in Chemical Engineering from Cambridge University. From there he joined UK IT consultancy company Logica and was involved in information technology for the banking sector throughout the 1990s, operating as Regional Managing Director for Logica in the Middle East and later India.
Hamish has been a pilot for over 30 years and holds an Airline Transport Pilot with a number of jet type ratings, and is the holder of several FAI speed records in business jets. He was a commissioned officer in the British Territorial Army for 8 years, and enjoys scuba diving, skydiving, snow skiing, golf and spending time with his family in Dubai.
President and CEO
Brad Harris is the founder and CEO of Dallas Jet International, LP. Brad earned a Bachelor of Science Degree in Professional Aviation and Airway Science and a Masters Degree in Human Relations and Supervision/Industrial Organizational Psychology from Louisiana Tech University.
In 1992, Brad entered the aviation industry as a corporate pilot for a Fortune 500 corporation. Four months later, in addition to his corporate pilot position, Brad started a successful aircraft leasing business that expanded to a successful management company in 1995. In 1993, Brad also began his aircraft sales career and, in a very rapid fashion, became one of the most highly respected aircraft brokers/dealers in the world. In 2002, Dallas Jet International was created as an aircraft sales, consulting, management and brokerage company.
Brad has not only maintained a career focus on aircraft sales, but he also has extensive experience in aircraft consulting and management. Included on his client list are several clients, for whom Brad and his firm have set up flight departments, consisting of: aircraft crewing, aircraft management, aircraft maintenance and aircraft operating budgets. Currently, there are two (2) Dallas Jet offices in the Dallas/Fort Worth metroplex. The corporate office is located in Colleyville, Texas and a sales office is located at The Crescent in Uptown Dallas.
Throughout his career, Brad has earned ten (10) different type-__ratings in jet aircraft including the Gulfstream 550, 450, 350, GV, GIV, GIII, GII, Hawker 125, Falcon 10, Citation 550/500, Beechjet 400/400A, Lockheed Jetstar II, Diamond Jet and King Air 300/350. Brad thoroughly enjoys his time in the cockpit and continues to fly in leisure. Brad enjoys his time outdoors, as he is an avid golfer, hunter and fisherman. In 2008, Brad is on record for caching a 904-__pound Blue Marlin while fishing a Billfish Tournament in the Bahamas. The 15.5-foot replica can be found hanging on Brad’s office wall in Colleyville. Brad enjoys spending time at his ranch in North Texas where he’s able to relax and take it all in.
What most people do not know about Brad is that he possesses significant entrepreneurial experience in real estate and commercial insurance. This business experience, combined with his unparalleled experience in all facets of corporate aviation, has been the foundation of success for Dallas Jet International and its clients. Brad currently sits on the Presidents Advisory Board at Embry Riddle Aeronautical University, the Customer Advisory Board at CAE Simuflite, the Board of Directors for the National Aircraft Finance Association (NAFA) and is the current Chairman Emeritus of the National Aircraft Resale Association (NARA).
Mr. Hernandez has extensive experience assisting clients with a wide variety of business aircraft
transaction and regulatory matters, including aircraft purchase/sale agreements, aircraft flight
department restructuring, aircraft management arrangements, fractional program documents, use
policies, cross-border transactions, personal use of aircraft, joint-ownership use agreements and
regulatory and enforcement matters. He is also a member of the National Business Aviation Association’s
Tax Committee and a frequent speaker on various business aircraft and regulatory topics. Mr. Hernandez
has been recognized among the world’s leading aviation attorneys by Euromoney Legal Media Group’s
Expert Guides “Aviation Guide.”
President & CEO
Alireza graduated from Boston University School of Management with a Bachelor of Science in Business Administration and has also attended post-graduate workshops in Business Management at Harvard University. Following graduation, Alireza joined the Republic National Bank of New York in New York City as a Trader. He was rapidly promoted to Lead Trader for the foreign exchange desk reporting to the Head Trader until he left to join The M Group. While there, he continued working as a Foreign Exchange Trader, specializing in Structured Finance Currency Derivatives. In 1992, he founded Freestream Aircraft Limited, where he continues as Director. Freestream Aircraft Limited is a Multi Faceted Aviation Company.
President, EMEA Rebecca may have grown up in California and gone to San Jose State University, but her career has long since taken her past her Golden State roots. She’s been a demonstration pilot all over the world as part of Hawker Beechcraft. As a corporate pilot, she flew various VIPs to their global business destinations. She’s been in charge of Gulfstream’s sales territory in southern Europe.
Her varied experiences and deep outdoors passion exemplify a “typical” JetHQ leader, who isn’t merely a collection of words on a resume. Rebecca has flown far and raced hard, both in cycling and triathlon. She doesn’t sit still for long.
Rebecca’s home in Switzerland serves as an excellent base for monitoring the continents large aviation community and scenic bicycle rides through the mountains. Knowing the industry well, she carves out an inside path to JetHQ’s next prospect.
Vivek Kaushal serves as President & Chief Operating Officer for Global Jet Capital. In this role, he leads the Vivek Kaushal serves as Chief Executive Officer for Global Jet Capital. In this role, he leads the commercial customer facing activities, credit, valuation and operations functions at GJC. Vivek has nearly 30 years of leadership experience in various financing businesses and was the Chief Risk Officer for GE Capital Business Aviation Finance prior to its purchase by GJC. Vivek received an MBA from the Indian Institute of Management, Calcutta, and a BS in Chemical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology, Delhi.
Richard Koe is managing director of WINGX Advance GmbH. WINGX, based in Germany and
founded in 2012, provides business intelligence for the global business aviation market.
WINGX’ expertise is derived from tracking flight records and the research of all associated data
points which enable it to provide a global analysis of market conditions and trends.
From this data infrastructure, WINGX builds insights, reports and dashboards through which it
supplies actionable intelligence to support our customers’ decision-making.
In today’s uncertain market, WINGX’ analysis and understanding of prevailing trading
conditions provide critical insights enabling companies across the sector to survive and thrive.
WINGX customers span the entire industry supply chain, from airports, operators and
manufacturers to industry investors and financial analysts.
Prior to senior management roles in business aviation operations and investment, Richard has
worked widely across several technology and manufacturing industries, picking up decades of
high level business analysis experience.
Richard has a first class bachelor’s degree from Oxford University and a master’s degree in international business relations from Johns Hopkins University.
Vice President, Smart Services and Programs.
Guillaume Landrivon is Vice President, Smart Services and Programs at Bombardier
Aviation. In his role, he is responsible for driving the success and continued enhancement of
Bombardier’s pioneering cost-per-hour service programs, which have provided customers
with high-quality, genuine Bombardier parts for more than three decades. He is also tasked
with driving development of new and innovative aftermarket services.
Throughout his career, Mr. Landrivon has developed a strong expertise in customer service,
customer relations, technical support and business development. He joined Bombardier in
2017 as Vice President, Parts Services, where he oversaw the growth and expansion of
Bombardier’s worldwide Parts Services team.
Most recently, Mr. Landrivon was instrumental in leading the customer services and support
team in the negotiations of key divestitures completed by Bombardier. Prior to joining
Bombardier, Mr. Landrivon spent 20 years at Dassault Aviation, where he held various
leadership positions in customer relations, field services and spare parts. His last two roles
at Dassault included Director of Field Service and Customer Relations and Vice President,
Worldwide Falcon Spares and Supplier Management. Mr. Landrivon also led the company’s
spare parts strategy and logistics efforts to support in-service fleet and expand its worldwide
network of facilities.
Mr. Landrivon has an extensive knowledge of aviation and holds an engineering degree in
Aeronautics from ESTACA in Paris (École supérieure des techniques aéronautiques et de
construction automobile). He also holds an FAA IFR single engine private pilot license.
Mr. Landrivon is based at Bombardier headquarters in Montreal, Canada.
President & CEO
Adel Mardini launched Jetex in Dubai in 2005, with the mission to create a one-of-a-kind company catering to the needs of the most discerning travelers in every aspect of private aviation. His business philosophy encompassed delivering bespoke services, from the moment of departure all the way through to arrival at the client’s destination and beyond, providing a holistic luxury travel experience every step of the way.
Mr. Mardini drives the company’s innovations and strong global growth through his hands-on leadership and impeccable attention to detail. He embodies the spirit of developing a deep understanding of Jetex’s clients, while constantly inspiring the Jetex associates to exceed their own ambitions and capabilities.
Today, Jetex serves an elite clientele through its extensive global network of award-winning private jet terminals and ground handling facilities in more than 25 countries worldwide and employs more than 500 professionals. The company offers a comprehensive range of international trip planning, ground support, fuel and concierge services, all delivered with the highest degree of quality, flexibility and privacy.
A Board Member of the Middle East Business Aviation Association (MEBAA), Mr. Mardini played a key role in its development. This pioneering body was instrumental in starting a dialogue between airport operators and the region’s governing authorities. MEBAA has helped shape local regulations to meet with international standards, as well as create extensive business opportunities in emerging markets.
Mr. Mardini is a Member of the Advisory Board of the Dubai Airshow, one of the most significant international aerospace events. The Advisory Board is focused on a range of topics including instilling confidence in aviation post-pandemic, development of talent and skills, as well as supporting the next generation of women in aerospace.
Mr. Mardini is also an active member of the World Economic Forum and the Young Presidents’ Organization, a global leadership community of chief executives committed to a shared mission of becoming better leaders through lifelong learning and idea exchange.
A strong believer in corporate responsibility and giving back to the community, he is involved in numerous charitable activities and developed the first partnership by a general aviation company to champion and support electric aircraft for short-haul flights.
Co-founder & Global Strategy Director
Christopher Marich is an entrepreneur, co-founder and global strategy director of MySky.
Marich set up his first venture at the age of 14, a goods delivery service. He graduated from the Ecole Hoteliere de Lausanne with a degree in hospitality management and worked in the aviation industry for several years, later setting up his own aviation business, focused on charter capacity commercialization.
In 2015, together with his friend Kirill Kim, Marich noticed that management companies, consultants, and jet owners were struggling to manage their finances, provide transparent documentation, and maintain jet profits. So, they launched MySky and set out on a mission to bring standardization and transparency to the private aviation industry. Since then, it has grown into a globally recognized industry player with operations around the world and key strategic alliances with major aviation companies. It continues to offer a suite of innovative solutions and tools to further establish itself as the industry’s most powerful spend management platform.
Marich oversees MySky’s headquarters in Switzerland and is responsible for the overall strategy and development of the group.
Marich is a contributing writer for Bilan Magazine, a leading finance publication in Switzerland. He speaks fluent French, English, German, Spanish and a bit of Italian. He likes to ski and is currently a trainee pilot.
Executive Vice President & General Counsel
Bruce L. Marshall joined AIC Title Service as its Executive Vice President and General Counsel in February 2014, helping ensure that AIC’s clients and leadership are protected as they move through unprecedented FAA and industry changes. Marquis Who’s Who recognized Bruce as a recipient of the Albert Nelson Marquis Lifetime Achievement Award in 2020. In August, 2019 he was a recipient of the Drinker Biddle First Chair Top General Counsel Award for the third year in a row. The First Chair Awards is an annual selection of in-house counsel who have, thorough their hard work and innovation, made significant contributions to the legal community nationwide. He received his initial First Chair Award in August, 2017 and his second in August 2018. Bruce was also recognized in the November 2013 issue of D CEO Magazine as one of Dallas-Fort Worth’s top corporate attorneys following his win as Outstanding General Counsel or Chief Legal Officer in the Small Legal Department category at the Association of Corporate Counsel and D CEO’s 2013 Corporate Counsel Awards. Individually a 2011 winner of the Texas General Counsel Forum’s Magna Stella Award in the Small Legal Department category and finalist in the Major Litigation category, Bruce and his team also won Texas Lawyer’s 2013 Legal Department of the Year in the Diversity and Quality of Life category. With over 20 years’ experience in aviation legal matters, specializing in contracts, regulations, and litigation, he previously served as Senior Director and Division General Counsel of Bombardier’s Flexjet fractional aircraft ownership program where he strategically managed two cases challenging state and federal taxes that affected the entire fractional aircraft ownership industry and resulted in the refund of millions of dollars of paid taxes.
Bruce served as Chair of the State Bar of Texas Aviation Law Section for the years 2011-2012 and 2019. Adding to his depth of experience, he also taught Corporate Jet Investor’s Aircraft Transactions Masterclass US in November of 2019. He was elected as a Board member of the National Aircraft Finance Association (NAFA) in May 2021 and currently serves as chair of the association’s regulatory committee.
In private practice, Bruce served as corporate counsel and business manager for a charter management company with both Part 135 on-demand air cargo and passenger operations, served as vice president and legal officer for a major financial institution in Ann Arbor, Michigan, and in private practice, he represented banks, construction companies, transportation companies, and employee benefits funds in commercial litigation matters. Bruce graduated from Purdue University with a Bachelor’s of Science in General Management focusing on finance and marketing and holds a Juris Doctorate degree from the Michigan State University College of Law. He serves as a frequent speaker or panelist at aviation industry events.
Scott McCreary represents local, national and international clients in connection with matters involving the buying, selling, leasing and financing of aircraft. His practice is primarily focused on matters relating to the Cape Town Convention, the Federal Aviation Act and the FAA Aircraft Registry, such as aircraft title, registration, finance and leasing law, as well as regulatory issues relating to the operation of aircraft under Part 91 of the Federal Aviation Regulations.
Scott is a frequent speaker at aviation conferences in the United States and abroad and has made presentations at venues such as the Strategic Research Institute’s Annual FAA Aircraft Registration, Lien & Securities Interest Conference; the Federal Bar Association’s Aircraft Title, Registration, Finance and Leasing Law Conference; the Institute for International Research’s Corporate Aviation Symposium; the NBAA’s Cape Town International Registry Meeting; and the Geneva International Forum on Aircraft Finance & Commercial Aviation.
His achievements in the area of aviation law have earned him inclusion in The Best Lawyers in America (equipment finance law), Oklahoma Super Lawyers, The International Who’s Who of Aviation Lawyers and Who’s Who Legal.
Scott currently serves on the Regulatory Issues Advisory Group and the Tax Committee of the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA). He has previously served as the leader of the firm’s Aviation Group and on McAfee & Taft’s board of directors.
Jay McGrath is the Chief Executive Officer of Spectrum Networks LLC, a provider of light fidelity (LiFi) and Far UV sanitization lighting solutions for private and commercial aircraft. Spectrum Networks recently closed their Series A round in October 2021 and their development is fully funded to bring these revolutionary wireless cabin technologies to market in 2022.
Most of Jay’s commercial career has been spent in private aviation, focusing on cabin technology such as in-flight entertainment (IFE) and cabin management systems. From his days as a Sales Engineer with Airshow Incorporated in 2001 to, most recently, the Vice President of Business Development at Astronics Custom Control Concepts, he has had the opportunity to lead market technology entries, both linefit and retrofit, from King Air 350s to 747 head-of-state aircraft.
Prior to this, Jay was an officer in the United States Air Force, managing GPS development programs and coordinating international test cooperation efforts at the highest levels within United States and allied governments. He earned his undergraduate degree from the United States Air Force Academy and his Executive MBA from the University of Southern California
Based in Cincinnati, Ohio, Steve is an educated degreed engineer, Six Sigma Master blackbelt, working sales professional with a strong background in private, business, and commercial aviation. Having 35 years of experience at GE in engineering, customer/product support and sales, Steve’s primary focus is business aviation engine and OnPoint sales and service on GE CF34, Passport and CFM engines powering Boeing Business Jets, Airbus Corporate Jets, Bombardier and Embraer Business Jets within his regions around the world.
As a pilot, Steve comes from a family of pilots and has enjoyed the pleasure and challenges of aircraft ownership as well. Combining his years of professional experience with his passion for Aviation, Steve brings a firsthand understanding of business aircraft management and ownership to his customers.
President & CEO
Timothy R. Obitts was named President and CEO of the National Air Transportation Association
(NATA) in January of 2020. NATA is a founding member of the B usiness Aviation Coalition for
Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) and the Council on Sustainable Fuels Accountability, of which
Obitts serves as Chairman of the Steering Committee and as B oard Chairman, respectively.
Obitts most recently served as the Association’s Chief Operating Officer, overseeing the day-to-day operation of NATA.
Prior to joining NATA in November 2014, Obitts served as the managing partner of Gammon &
Grange, P.C., a national practice law firm specializing in nonprofit and communications law.
During Obitts’ 18 years at Gammon & Grange, he served as corporate counsel and general
counsel for many nonprofits and trade associations, handling a wide array of issues that affect
their day-to-day activities and also lobbied Capitol Hill and federal agencies.
Obitts earned a Juris Doctorate, cum laude, from California Western School of Law and a
B achelor’s Degree, double major Philosophy and History, from Gordon College, where he also
was named All-New England in Tennis, NAIA. Obitts is licensed to practice law in California,
Colorado, the District of Columbia and Virginia, as well as numerous federal and appellate
courts, and the U.S Supreme Court. Obitts co-founded several nonprofit organizations and
serves on several nonprofit boards. Obitts and his wife of 22 years, Krista, have five children,
ranging in age from eight to eighteen.
Aoife is an owning partner of The Air Law Firm, a boutique law firm dedicated to the aviation industry. She specialises in international and cross-border aircraft finance, sale and leasing in the commercial and corporate aviation sector. She advises clients on aircraft finance and regulatory issues, including corporate structures, aircraft acquisitions and airline start-ups. Aviation Week & Space Technology magazine named her as one of the Top 10 Leaders in business aviation in Europe. Aoife is Chair of the British Business and General Association who liaise closely with Government, regulatory bodies and industry on matters affecting the business aviation community. Aoife has been independently nominated by her clients, contacts and peers for inclusion in all exclusive industry and legal guides for her work in aviation law and her contribution to the industry, including Chambers; Legal 500: Finance; Euromoneys Women in Business; Expert Guides: Aviation; International Who’s Who of Aviation Finance Lawyers; Best Lawyers; Who’s Who Legal; and Lawyers World Leading Lawyer Awards.
Aoife is regularly invited to speak at international aviation conferences and events. She writes for and has been quoted in all major leading publications including the Financial Times, BART, Fly Corporate, Airfinance Journal and Altitudes.
Aoife was admitted as a Solicitor in Ireland in 1997, England and Wales in 1998 and admitted to the Supreme Court of the Cayman Islands in 2002.
Senior Manager, Environment
Bruce Parry is an experienced in sustainability and environmental affairs professional and has worked in the aviation industry for twenty years. He is senior environment manager for the European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) and environment director for the International Business Aviation Council (IBAC). He represents business aviation on a variety levels including as the UN Observer at ICAOs CAEP on behalf of IBAC.
Perry has gained experience through working for both Airbus and Bombardier and has a background in environmental engineering management, environmental factors in aircraft product development, corporate social responsibility and sustainability. He holds a Bachelor of Science in environmental quality and resource management from University of the West of England.
Tony heads both the aviation sector team and the aviation – litigation and regulatory group at DLA Piper. He is a specialist partner with 18 years of experience advising clients in the global aviation sector – primarily airlines – in respect of their day to day and strategic requirements as part of DLA Piper’s dedicated aviation team.
He is responsible for the strategic direction of the aviation practice at DLA Piper and as such is responsible for managing more than 50 lawyers from trainee to partner level and managing significant budgets for marketing and business development, team development, knowledge and training and travel.
Tony’s aviation practice is centred around providing sophisticated clients with aviation centric legal support across their entire businesses. Utilising his industry leading experience in both private practice and in-house, alongside his roles on industry boards and executive experience, he delivers solution orientated advice of the highest calibre, thus ensuring his client’s objectives are delivered.
Tony’s client base is both extensive and diverse across the industry. Tony advises airlines, airports, air navigation service providers, ground handling providers, MROs, industry investors, engineering providers, defence suppliers as well as engaging with Government and Regulators worldwide.
Tony’s legal expertise is in airline and aviation specific regulatory, litigation, corporate and commercial work. This has included advising clients in respect of IPOs, M&A, investment, general structuring, ownership and control issues, vendor selection, e-commerce, international treaty obligations, air services agreements, code shares and related arrangements, airport slot transactions, charter agreements, ground handling, compliance and non-compliance issues associated with ICAO conventions, European Regulations and domestic law as well as general corporate and commercial support of aviation in house legal teams.
In April 2020 Tony was a panellist for Invest Africa’s Webinar on the Future of Aviation in Africa: Will it survive Covid-19 alongside the CEO SA Airlink and CEO of Ethiopian Airlines. In May 2020 Tony will appear live on a CNBC broadcast discussing Aviation in Africa in the current crisis.
Sr. Director, Global Business Development for Business and VVIP Aviation
James Person joined Viasat in 2013, where he leads sales and business development in the Business and VVIP Aviation segment of the company, an area that Viasat has been active in for more than ten years, including both Ka and Ku-band networks.
Prior to Viasat, Mr. Person had general management, sales, and product management roles in high technology wireless and satellites communications companies. He began his career as a US Naval officer where he deployed during combat operations to the Middle East twice on a destroyer.
Mr. Person earned a BSEE degree from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and an MBA in international marketing from the University of Southern California (USC).
Chairman & CEO
Andy Priester serves as Priester Aviation’s Chairman and CEO.
He is the third generation of Priesters to lead the business, the largest and oldest family-owned Management and Charter company in the world. The Priester family has a rich aviation history starting in 1945 including owning Palwaukee Airport – KPWK (now renamed Chicago Executive Airport), operating a flight school, operating multiple FBOs, providing 145 maintenance services, and operating an aircraft sales division. Priester Aviation currently focuses solely on Aircraft Management and Global Charter after the strategic sale of the other business units. In this role, Andy is dedicated to leading the growth of the organization and enhancing Priester’s position as the preeminent choice in aircraft management, aircraft charter and related aviation services. During Andy’s tenure at Priester, he has grown the fleet from seven aircraft to over 65 aircraft they manage from 15 bases globally today.
Andy currently sits on the board of the Air Charter Safety Foundation, is current Chair of YPO Chicago – Windy City, and past Chair of the National Air Transportation Association (NATA). Andy is a proud University of Dayton Flyer and holds a Master’s degree from Concordia University
Founder & Managing Director
Longstanding experience in international and complex cross-border financings for ultra-high net worth and corporate clients. Prior to founding Invicta, spent 17 years at a Credit Suisse Group, a global bank, where he was instrumental in positioning the bank as one of the leading players globally in aircraft financing and is recognised for having successfully closed major deals. Speaks French, English, Portuguese and German and holds an Executive MBA from Business School Lausanne.
Kennedy serves as the President of 4AIR, a sustainability arm of Tuvoli, to offer expertise and guidance for creating meaningful sustainability commitments focused on aviation. Kennedy has worked to promote a more comprehensive and long-term way of thinking about sustainability for aviation while providing increased transparency, comparability, and ease of starting a program. Kennedy is a passionate general aviation pilot and has a degree from the University of Notre Dame.
Chairperson, President & CEO
With over 15 years in the industry, Mr. Sherbacow is a recognized pioneer in the development of low carbon fuels and responsible for the first commercialization of sustainable aviation fuel (SAF) production.
In 2009, Mr. Sherbacow co-founded AltAir Fuels for the refining and marketing of low carbon renewable fuels. The Company’s Paramount, CA facility is the world’s first refinery designed to produce SAF. Mr. Sherbacow was responsible for identifying strategic industry partners and equity investors in addition to negotiating contracts for the refinery JV, technology licensing, engineering and construction.
Commissioned in January 2016, AltAir Paramount converted a petroleum refinery to the production of SAF, renewable diesel, naphtha and propane. Mr. Sherbacow negotiated the aviation industry’s first commercial contracts for SAF with United Airlines and World Fuel Services. Additionally, he executed the first contract for operational use of renewable diesel fuel by the U.S. Navy. Subsequent contracts include Gulfstream, Boeing, UPS and Amazon.
In March 2018, Mr. Sherbacow facilitated the acquisition by World Energy of AltAir and the Paramount refinery assets. Mr. Sherbacow serves as its Chief Commercial Officer in addition to being a Director for the Company’s Paramount Pipeline, LLC business. Mr. Sherbacow also serves as Chairman of the Low Carbon Fuels Coalition and a steering committee member of the Business Aviation Coalition for SAF.
Director General of Civil Aviation
Paul Henry Richard Smith has over 40 years in the aviation industry, with experience in both the private and public sectors of the industry; he is a venerable veteran who is well known through the Caribbean region and internationally. His career has been spent working with Civil Aviation Authority (CAACI) of the Cayman Islands with attachments and secondments to international training organizations and a stint with the national flag carrier – Cayman Airways, Ltd., as a pilot.
The following is a history of his training and qualifications to date:
Joined the Cayman Islands Civil Aviation Department July 1976 as trainee Air Traffic Controller. Attended the Air Traffic Control Training Centre in Curacao, Netherlands Antilles and qualified as an Air Traffic Controller in 1977.
Appointed as Operations Officer in February 1982.
Attended FAA Academy, Oklahoma, USA in February 1983 and received certification in Airport Systems and Airport Master Planning.
Obtained FAA Private Pilot Licence, July 1983 from Sowell Aviation, Panama City, Florida.
Attended Cranfield College of Aeronautics in 1987 and received certification in Aircraft Accident Investigation Course.
Obtained FAA Commercial Pilot Licence, July 1988 from Flight Safety International, Vero Beach, Florida. Attended Transport Canada Training Institute in 1989 and received certification in Aviation Inspector and Enforcement.
Attended the International Aviation Management Training Institute, Montreal, Canada in 1990 and received certification in Advanced Airport Management.
Qualified as First Officer on the B737-200 aircraft in 1993 and flew with Cayman Airways until 1996.
Appointed Director of Civil Aviation in October 1995.
February 2003 appointed to the Board of Directors of Air Safety Support International (subsidiary of the UK CAA).
December 14, 2004 inducted to the Royal Aeronautical Society as a Fellow with the designation FRAeS.
Jan 2005 he received the Queens Certificate and Badge of Honour for his tireless efforts during and after Hurricane Ivan.
June 2008 he was named as a recipient of the Member of the British Empire (MBE) award by His Excellency the Governor, Mr. Stuart Jack at the Queen’s Birthday celebrations.
He actively participates and is involved in board meetings. In addition, he was nominated to the Board of Directors of the Air Safety Support Inc (ASSI) in February 2003 and served until 2009. ASSI is a subsidiary company created by the UK Civil Aviation Authority (UK CAA) to facilitate the UK Government’s obligations to the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO) regarding the safety oversight of civil aviation in the UK’s Overseas Territories
Mr. Smith is the country’s foremost aviation official with authority delegated by Her Excellency the Governor.
General Manager & COO
For more than 20 years with Hahn Air, Daniel Rudas has been the Accountable Manager and the sole driving force behind Hahn Air´s success and its state-of-the-art flight operations.
Known as the specialist for VIP and celebrity charter flights, Hahn Air has recently pushed the limits with its remarkable Connoisseur Service.
For more than a decade, Hahn Air’s strong partnership with Textron Aviation has seen them operating the most modern jets, currently the Cessna Citation CJ3+ and the Citation Latitude. Hahn Air sets the standards.
Daniel Rudas is an aviation enthusiast and specializes in customer care and strategic planning. He is also an active blogger in VIP and executive travel, and has appeared in several TV programs.
He has held a Commercial Pilot License since 1997, acts as a Captain in the company and is also involved in different fields and activities at the International Air Transport Association (IATA).
In addition, Hahn Air is a member of the European Regions Airline Association (ERA), the NBAA, EBAA and GBAA.
Oliver is the managing director for Colibri Aircraft Ltd., a private aircraft brokerage and advisory firm based in London. Oliver started with Colibri Aircraft in 2011, after spending the previous 8 years managing the brokerage and advisory unit for a firm in the United States. His focus has been on the international arena, selling and purchasing aircraft for clients as well as advising lenders on asset value protection and repossessions. Having bought and sold aircraft for customers in Asia, South America, Europe, the Middle East and the US, he has a first-hand perspective on different cultures and their approach to private aviation, as well as the demand for such aircraft around the world.
Nel Stubbs is a Vice President of Conklin & de Decker, the industry leader in aviation research, consulting and education, and Director of Consulting Services at Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI).
Nel has been in the business aviation industry for more than 30 years and has consulted with numerous Fortune 500 companies and high-net-worth individuals on aviation tax-related matters at both the federal and state levels. Nel is considered one of the foremost tax experts in the industry and has extensive experience in the areas of tax planning, cost and financial analysis, budgeting, aircraft ownership and operating structures and tax audits.
Over the course of the last 32 years, Nel has worked with the Internal Revenue Service and various state departments of revenue and taxation regarding tax issues associated with general aviation aircraft. She is also an active participant in industry-related tax activities, a frequent speaker at seminars and industry forums, and has been widely published in the aviation trade press.
Nel is a member of the National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) Tax Committee, National Air Transportation Association Air Charter Committee, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University Industry Advisory Board, and Business Aviation Advisor’s Advisory Board. She has also served on the Helicopter Association International Finance and Leasing Committee; NBAA Associate Membership Advisory Council; National Aircraft Finance Association’s Board of Directors; and Arizona Business Aviation Association’s (AZBAA’s) Board of Directors, where she also served as President.
Prior to joining Conklin & de Decker, Nel was with the NBAA from 1987 to 1999, where she was instrumental in the development of their tax program. She also played a key role in developing NBAA’s first comprehensive aircraft cost comparison program.
Nel has a bachelor’s in mathematics from California State University, San Bernardino, and a master’s in aeronautical science/aircraft operations from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. Nel works from Conklin & de Decker’s regional office in Prescott, Arizona.
Conklin & de Decker, founded in 1984, is a JSSI company. Conklin & de Decker’s primary focus is fixed- and rotary-wing aircraft operating cost data, performance and specification databases, maintenance management software, financial management, fleet planning, market research, aviation tax issues and management seminars. The company also consults with and serves numerous high-net-worth individuals, corporations and government agencies worldwide. Nel is responsible for the management of Conklin & de Decker’s State Tax Guide for general aviation and developing and supporting Conklin & de Decker’s educational seminars and programs.
Oliver is a Partner in the Aviation group at Watson Farley & Williams. He has almost 20 years’ experience in asset finance transactions, including in documenting, negotiating and executing aircraft and engine financing, and leasing and trading transactions across all classes of business aircraft.
Oliver is notably active in the corporate jet market, where he has a strong practice representing financiers, high net-worth individuals and operators.
Oliver is ranked in Band 1 for Private Aircraft by Chambers High Net Worth, where he was recently praised for being “very much a known entity and an established participant in the private aviation sector”.
Steve Varsano founded The Jet Business, the world’s first street-level corporate aviation showroom. His 30-year career in corporate aviation has seen him build a dynamic business in the aviation industry dealing with the most successful entrepreneurs and corporate executives throughout the world, and involved with over 450 aircraft sales to date and in excess of $5 billion. His extensive expertise and knowledge of the corporate aviation jet market has positioned him as an internationally regarded industry authority.
Varsano started his aviation career with the American Association of Airport Executives and as the Special Assistant to the President of the General Manufacturers Association where he oversaw the Statistical Forecasting Committee and the Airport and Airways Committee. He is a commercial-instrument-rated pilot, single and multi-engine. He graduated magna cum laude from Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University with a Bachelor of Science in Aeronautical Studies.
Varsano also was heavily involved in the merchant bank/Mergers and Acquisitions sector as a senior Vice President of Triangle Industries and Trian Group, President of the international division of Yorkshire Global Restaurants, Senior Director of Business Development of Yum Brands International and consulted for Grotech Capital Group, Centre Partners and FTI Consulting.
Varsano sat on the Board of Directors for XOJET and Virgin Galactic. He has also served as President and senior executive positions for a number of private equity companies and the companies they controlled in various industries in America, Russia and Europe.
Rollie is the Creator / Director of JETNET iQ, one of the world’s premier sources of
business aviation market intelligence, research, strategy, and forecasting. JETNET iQ is a
collaboration between JETNET and Rolland Vincent Associates, a Texas-based civil
aviation consultancy. On-going worldwide surveys of business aircraft owner and
operators provide proprietary “voice of customer” insights that are at the core of JETNET
iQ’s unique value proposition. Key customers include the world’s foremost civil aircraft
and engine manufacturers, aerospace suppliers, MRO, FBO, flight training service
providers, fleet operators, aircraft transaction specialists, aircraft lenders / lessors, and
the aerospace investment community.
Prior to establishing Rolland Vincent Associates, Rollie was employed at Textron,
Bombardier, and ICAO in various roles in strategy, marketing, business development,
aviation economics, and statistics. He is past Chair of the U.S. Transportation Research
Board’s Standing Committee on Commercial and General Aviation, where he oversaw
subcommittees focused on business aviation, commercial aviation, and rotorcraft. A
private pilot, Rollie earned a BA and MA in economic geography and MBA in international
business and marketing from McGill University.
Director, Head Global Aircraft Finance & Advisory Services
Mr. von Weise is currently a Director and Global Head of the Aircraft Finance Group & Advisory Services at Citi Private Bank. The group provides private aircraft financing solutions and aviation advice to individual ultra-high net worth clients and their companies throughout the world. Mr. von Weise’s responsibilities and roles while at Citi have included loan origination, product program management, reporting and workouts. The group focuses on transactions typically in the range of $10 to $75 million.
Mr. von Weise has over twenty-three years of related business aviation experience, most recently serving as Vice President of Business Aviation Finance for Merrill Lynch Capital and GMAC Commercial Finance. Prior to joining GMAC, he was Vice President of Capital Transactions at Lend Lease Real Estate Investments,
where he was responsible for the recapitalization and workout of large multi-family properties throughout the U.S.
Mr. von Weise is also the most recent past president of the National Aircraft Finance Association and was appointed by the Boards of Selectmen from the Massachusetts towns of Concord, Lincoln, Bedford and Lexington as a member of the Hanscom Field Advisory Commission. He is also a past board member of the Massachusetts Business Aviation Association and a local volunteer representative for the Aircraft Owners and Pilots Association.
He is also an instrument rated pilot with over 2,500 hours of experience, aircraft owner, and a pilot for the U.S. Coast Guard Auxiliary. Mr. von Weise has also appeared on the Discovery Channel as an aviation expert in the Celebrity Crash Files, J.F.K., Jr, documentary series. He is also currently a member of the Board of Advisors for Brown Aviation Lease.
Ford began his career in the Credit Analyst Training Program at Chemical Bank and holds a joint History and Environmental Studies degree, Cum Laude, from the University of Vermont.
Ryan Waguespack joined the staff of the National Air Transportation Association (NATA) as Vice President of Aircraft Management, Air Charter Services and MROs in November 2018. A long-time supporter of the aviation business community and NATA, Ryan Waguespack served as the Chair of NATA’s WorkForce Development Committee and Illegal Charter Task Force, as well as Vice Chair of the Air Charter Committee as an association member. As Vice President, Ryan leads the Association and industry effort to combat illegal charter, working with the FAA and its Field Offices to educate the public on the risks, assisting the FAA in enforcement through data collection and reporting, and leveraging existing data sources to help the agency focus enforcement efforts.
Previously, he served in various operational roles for charter management companies, as well as aircraft sales, working closely with clients to educate them throughout the purchasing process and help them attain the best aviation solution for their needs. Prior to NATA, Waguespack held the position of Vice President of Business Development of Summit Aviation.
Waguespack is the founder of the Alabama Business Aviation Association, an organization dedicated to promoting the value of business aviation throughout the state, educating stakeholders on the value of business aircraft and community airports, and advocating on behalf of aviation businesses.
A staunch champion for promoting aviation workforce development, Ryan travels the country to speak at industry events dedicated to reaching the next generation of pilots, maintainers and business aviation leaders. He is also a frequent guest lecturer at universities nationwide, including Auburn University in the Harbert College of Business, Southern Illinois University, and the University of Dubuque. Through Waguespack’s community-building initiatives at the universities, he is working to develop channels to connect rising students with aviation businesses.
Ryan is a recreational pilot who lives in Birmingham, Alabama with his wife Amanda and two children.
Senior Vice President
Don is senior vice president of Stonebriar Commercial Finance and SCF Aviation Capital. Previously, Don was a managing director at Guggenheim Partners Aviation Investments, where he oversaw global business aviation originations. Earlier in his career, he played key business aviation origination roles at US Bank Equipment Finance and Key Equipment Finance. Prior to that Don served in originations and portfolio management at Boeing Capital, McDonnell Douglas Finance, and Equitable Life Leasing. He received his undergraduate degree from University of the Pacific and his MBA from Pepperdine University.
Group Aviation Commercial Program Director
Chay White was born in Durban, South Africa. While his career in aviation started in 1995, his love for it commenced as a young boy. After achieving a private pilot licence and qualifying as an aircraft engineer. Chay’s hands on approach and ambition to experience new opportunities aviation had to offer has allowed him to gain invaluable fixed wing and helicopter knowledge in general and business aviation. After gaining experience in aircraft maintenance, offshore helicopter operations, ACMI contracts, project management, aircraft sales, charter and ground operations. He joined ExecuJet South Africa in 2008 as Operations Coordinator where he honed his skills in FBO, VIP charter, away from base operations and aircraft management as Aircraft Manager-Contracts.
Chay immigrated to the UK with his family in 2017 and re-joined the Luxaviation Group with ExecuJet UK as Manager Aircraft Management – Sales, was promoted to Commercial Manager in 2018, Commercial Director 2019 and was bestowed with the role of Group Aviation Commercial Program Director in January 2021. He continues to care for Aircraft Management Sales and responsibilities for Luxaviation Group. Working closely with Senior Management, Business Development Teams, Key Account Managers, CAMO and Aircraft Management support divisions. Chay supports the Groups’ efforts with a special emphasis on customer relationships, success of our employees and the health of our organization through sincerity, integrity and attention to detail.
President – ACASS Ireland
Graham is the President of ACASS Ireland, a corporate aircraft management operator based in Europe using the newly created “EJ” registry with an Irish (EASA) type A Air Operator Certificate (AOC) and Operating Licence. Leading and outstanding team, with complimentary skills and a proven track record in their fields, ACASS Ireland delivers unrivalled customer service, safety and operational excellence. ACASs Ireland is part of the ACASS Group of companies headquartered in Montreal and one of the worlds leading provider of Corporate and Business Aviation services.
Prior to launching ACASS Ireland, Graham was the President responsible for all Aircraft Management and Charter Operations for one of the World’s leading Business Aviation Operators. In his 14 years with this group, he grew the core business in Switzerland and the UK to more than 90 aircraft helping to create additional operations in Spain, Hong Kong, Bahrain and Malta.
Prior to that he was the CEO of a low-cost airline in India and in a 35-year career has held Executive posts in airlines in central Europe, the United Kingdom and the Middle East.
He is a member of the EBAA Board of Governors and has been an Accountable Manager for several Airlines and operators.
Vice President Renewable Aviation
Jonathan is VP for Neste’s Renewable Aviation business in the Europe/Middle East/Africa and Aspac regions. Responsible for commercial and operational activities including the supply and sale of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) and related services to all customers (Commercial and Cargo Airlines, General Aviation, OEMs, military, and distributors), business development and investments. Jonathan is also responsible for engagement with government authorities and other key stakeholders on regulatory matters, as well as with partners to help accelerate the growth of the SAF market and support the aviation industry on its path to reduce emissions.
Jonathan has 25 years’ experience in the energy industry in leadership positions and as board director/shareholder rep, responsible for commercial, business development, M&A, strategy, marketing and operations.
Jonathan graduated in Economics from London University, and completed an Executive MBA programme at Harvard Business School.
Andrew joined AMSTAT in 1994 and since 2013 has served as the General Manager for the AMSTAT market research business, which includes Aircraft Shopper Online (aso.com). He previously held positions as the AMSTAT Sales Manager and the AMSTAT & ASO Director of Sales and Customer Service. Andrew is an active member of the business aviation community having served on the board of directors for the National Aircraft Finance Association (NAFA), as Education Chair for the National Aircraft Resale Association (NARA, now IADA), as a HAI Finance and Leasing Committee member and most recently serving on the IADA Products and Services Member Advisory Council.
Senior Vice President, Business Development & Strategy
As Senior Vice President, Business Development & Strategy, Mr. Zozaya provides leadership to the organization’s activities throughout North America and Latin America, and oversees the global JSSI Alliance Program.
Prior to joining JSSI, Mr. Zozaya served as Pre-Owned Director at Aerolineas Ejecutivas, managing its pre-owned aircraft sales and acquisitions business unit. He facilitated several key industry alliances and memberships for Latin America’s largest business aviation company and has established an extensive network with the global broker community, financial institutions, OEMs and MROs. Mr. Zozaya graduated from Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City as an industrial engineer.
|Action Aviation is a sales and operations company offering a range of services in the business aviation industry, including specialty services in the aeromedical field and airliner wet and dry leases. We provide aircraft and helicopter brokerage services to many owners who wish to sell, as well as buyers in the market for the first time or replacing/upgrading their existing aircraft for something more suitable.|
|Air bp is a leading global aviation fuels and services business that is dedicated to keeping people flying safely around the world. We have been innovating, leading and investing in the aviation industry for more than 90 years and will continue to do so in the future as a valued part of the wider bp business. At present Air bp has a network of around 700 locations in more than 35 countries and our commitment to safe, sustainable and reliable operations is at the core of everything we do. As we look to the future and helping to advance the industry, we will continue to develop sustainable and digitally enabled solutions. This includes our ongoing investment in sustainable aviation fuels including eFuels, ensuring we remain carbon neutral across our global operated locations and introducing digital tools, such as our award-winning Airfield Automation technology to reduce risk and increase efficiency.|
|Today’s Falcon jets are designed and manufactured alongside Dassault Aviation’s fighter aircraft. These versatile, high-performance jets can satisfy the broadest spectrum of business flying needs, from small-airport operations to long, international flights. The Falcon family encompasses six aircraft, all positioned at the top end of the market, from the 4,000 nm / 7,400 km versatile Falcon 2000LXS to the new 7,500 nm / 13,900 km ultra-long range Falcon 10X that features the widest and tallest cabin in the industry.|
|Spectrum Networks was founded by aerospace industry professionals, working to revolutionize lighting and wireless connectivity in aviation. We’re passionate about delivering reliable solutions to dramatically improve wireless content and data distribution while making aircraft safer environments for all.
Our mission and focus will steadfastly remain on our customers, creating innovative means to not only advance wireless technologies by harnessing the power of light, but protect those same passengers in aircraft cabins around the world from invisible threats.
The advantages of LiFi are limitless and continuous development of this technology will enable a wireless revolution.
|SCF Aviation Capital, part of Stonebriar Commercial Finance (SCF), is an aircraft leasing and financing platform that provides customized capital solutions to owners, operators, dealers and manufacturers of business and commercial aircraft worldwide. SCF is a privately held commercial finance company established in 2015 and based in Plano, TX. With financial backing from Security Benefit Corporation, SCF actively originates and manages a multi-billion-dollar platform of commercial loans and leases. SCF specializes in transactions for businesses in a wide variety of industries (aviation, rail, realty, marine, transportation, manufacturing, energy, etc.) across the entire credit spectrum with assets located throughout the world.|
|Based in Oklahoma City, OK, AIC is the industry leader in title search, escrow, FAA Aircraft Registry document submission, transaction management, lien clearance and International Registry services for fixed wing and rotary aircraft. A technological infrastructure, including the Aircraft Closing Room secured by Blockchain, capable of delivering superior reliability, efficiency, and performance combined with the industry's most experienced, dedicated, and customer service-oriented staff has been the key to AIC's success.
WE PROVIDE TITLE INSURANCE: As with any large purchase or loan, as an aircraft owner or lender, your interests need to be protected against any title problems that could divest you of your interest in the aircraft. For a one time premium, have the peace of mind that comes with knowing your investment is protected.
Our job is to serve you in all of your aircraft documentation and transaction management needs. If you have any questions about any of our services, please call us at: 1-800-288-2519 or visit our website for online 24/7 services at: www.AICTITLE.com.
|ARGUS International (ARGUS), a member of the SGS Group, is the leader in Aviation Data, Software, Audits, and Certification Services. ARGUS Market Intelligence is the premier Aviation Forecasting service in the United States and have emerged as a leader among market intelligence service providers. ARGUS PROS is one of the 1st accredited audit organizations in the United States and involved in the development of the IOSA Auditing Program. We continue to be the leading provider of on-site safety audits nationwide. ARGUS PRISM is the worldwide leader in safety management systems and a pioneer in FAA Accreditation Consulting for UAS service providers. ARGUS was founded in 1995 and headquartered in Colorado. To learn more about ARGUS international, please visit www.ARGUS.aero|
|The Bermuda Aircraft Registry is the largest offshore aircraft registry and ranks 10th in size when compared to the 192 signatory States to the Convention on International Civil Aviation. The current Registry includes a mix of both private aircraft and commercial aircraft operated on a Bermuda AOC or under Article 83 bis Agreements of the Convention on International Civil Aviation. Bermuda's Registry has earned a solid reputation internationally for being safe and well-regulated. It is owned and managed by the Bermuda Civil Aviation Authority (BCAA), which is in full compliance with the Standards and Recommended Practices (SARP) of the International Civil Aviation Organisation (ICAO). The Registry's size is a reflection of Bermuda's status as the jurisdiction of choice for aircraft registration, with excellent credibility, high regulatory standards and professional staff.
The Bermuda Aircraft Registry has airworthiness operations based in Shanghai, China to make the process of registering an aircraft in the Asia-Pacific region easier and more efficient. A dedicated and highly qualified Inspector, fluent in Chinese and English, assists Bermuda clients with the process of registering aircraft offshore.
|Boeing Business Jets, the most preferred platform for VVIPs, brings the best of commercial aviation to private air travel.
BBJ offers a range of jets, all uniquely customized for private, business or government use with an emphasis on passenger and cabin health. The robust characteristics of these airplanes make them not only the most reliable business jets in the sky, but the most versatile.
Our entry-level BBJ offers space that allows you to relax, dine, work, shower, and sleep in full-sized comfort, prepared to start fresh upon landing. BBJ widebodies offer even more capability, and bring you the first business jet that can fly you from any city to any other city nonstop, anywhere in the world.
Visit us to explore the next step in your private jet journey.
|Bombardier is a global leader in aviation, creating innovative and game-changing business jets. Bombardier products and services provide world-class experiences that set new standards in passenger comfort, energy efficiency, reliability and safety. Headquartered in Montréal, Canada, Bombardier employs approximately 13,000 people worldwide and is present in more than 12 countries including its production/engineering sites and its customer support network.
Bombardier’s industry-leading line of business jets allows customers and operators to efficiently meet their evolving business and travel needs. The large-cabin, long-range Global line of business jets lead the industry in performance and cabin experience. This renowned product line includes the industry flagship Global 7500 aircraft, which redefines the business jet experience with four distinct living areas, unprecedented range, award-winning innovations including the Nuage seating collection, and pioneering environmental accountability. Bombardier’s Challenger family of business jets, including the new Challenger 3500 aircraft, sets the industry benchmark in terms of reliability, performance, design and comfort. Bombardier’s iconic Learjet line of business jets, which will be winding down production in 2021, has a proud in-service fleet of more than 2,000 aircraft that Bombardier will service and support for years to come.
Bombardier is dedicated to providing exceptional, around-the-clock support to customers around the world who fly our in-service fleet of more than 4,900 aircraft. The company’s growing global customer support organization includes Bombardier-owned and operated service centres in the United States, Europe, United Kingdom, Singapore, China and soon Australia, as well as a network of Mobile Response Team vehicles and line maintenance stations.
Bombardier is a longtime leader and steward of the increasingly important environment portfolio – ranging from its strong commitment to ICAO’s Committee on Aviation Environmental Protection (CAEP) and its multi-pronged engagement in key aviation manufacturer and operator associations, to its unique Eco-Design approach and industry-leading Environmental Product Declarations. Bombardier is also highly involved in the development, scalability and adoption of Sustainable Aviation Fuel (SAF) worldwide.
Bombardier, Learjet, Challenger, Challenger 350, Global and Global 7500 are trademarks of Bombardier Inc. or its subsidiaries.
|Collins Aerospace is a leader in technologically advanced, intelligent solutions that help to redefine the aerospace and defense industry.
We dedicate our capabilities, comprehensive portfolio and expertise to solving customers’ toughest challenges and meeting the demands of the global market.
Through our ARINCDirect suite of solutions, Collins Aerospace offers business aviation best in class flight planning, flight deck communications, high speed cabin communications, and Flight Operations Systems (FOS®).
We are committed to "Simplifying the business of flight."
• Enhanced customer experience - easy, consistent, reliable and global
• One point of contact for all customer support
• One invoice for all services
|Freestream Aircraft is the premier destination for discerning aviation clients who value best in class service and want to secure the best value for their aircraft. We believe that luxury service is defined by our legacy - agility across markets, efficiency and discretion. Our team handles each detail from start to finish sourcing the highest quality materials and customized design to white glove delivery. We specialize in state of the art, medium through ultra-long range corporate jet aircraft and we are able to cover all aspects of aircraft brokerage, acquisition, marketing, sales, custom design services, import/export and maintenance review of your aircraft. Additionally, our affiliation with brokerage firms worldwide and our collateral buying power with the aircraft manufacturers, assures professional assistance to international and multinational companies as well as private individuals, artists, royalty and head-of-state clients.
Freestream’s expertise, commitment to integrity, and vast experience provide our clientele the exclusive opportunity to experience a seamless transaction in a timely manner. Principals the world over continue to find their experience with Freestream advantageous and beneficial.
|GE Aviation is committed to providing leading propulsion systems for business and general aviation (BG&A) customers around the world. We provide jet engines for small and large cabin business aviation aircraft and turboprop engines for BG&A operators. We are passionate about customers and the flexibility, access and productivity their flight operations bring to remote communities, commerce, recreation, agriculture, medical missions, pilot training, and humanitarian aid.
GE has a global service network to support these offerings. GE and its customers are also working together to unlock new opportunities to grow and deliver more productivity beyond traditional services. GE Aviation is becoming a digital industrial business with its ability to harness large streams of data that are providing incredible insights and in turn, real operational value for customers.
|With more than $5 billion invested in business aviation and a unique ABS program that has attracted over $3 billion into the sector, Global Jet Capital provides financing solutions for the business aircraft market. The Company is capitalized by world-class private investors with expertise in the global aviation industry: The Carlyle Group, FS/KKR Advisor, LLC, a partnership between FS Investments and KKR Credit, and AE Industrial Partners. The Global Jet Capital management team has served the business aircraft industry for a combined 250-plus years and has completed over 3,500 aircraft transactions. The Company has the expertise, financial strength, industry relationships and infrastructure necessary to offer a variety of flexible financing solutions at the speed the market requires. Visit www.globaljetcapital.com to learn more.|
|At Guardian Jet we earn the right to buy and sell aircraft for the world's largest and most sophisticated flight departments through providing industry leading consulting services. This approach leads to a deep understanding of our client's operations as well as the culture of their company. Our consulting revolves around the financial, operational and transactional impact of the choices our clients make about the aircraft they fly. Guardian offers a wide variety of consulting services that focus on helping aircraft owners and aviation managers manage their assets more effectively.
At Guardian Jet, we elevate corporate jet decisions to a higher strategic level. Our unmatched expertise and experience, combined with proprietary data analytics, earn us the right to buy and sell your planes, deliver the insight you need to make aircraft decisions, and help you manage your aviation assets to maximize value and drive down ownership costs.
|Hahn Air Lines is a German scheduled and executive charter airline and a member of the International Air Transport Association (IATA). Founded in 1994, Hahn Air Lines is today based at the German airport Dusseldorf (DUS).
Preferred airline of connoisseurs
The airline offers domestic and international bizjet charter flights to 1,500 airports in Europe and beyond. With its “Connoisseur Service” it offers unique experiences featuring an array of exclusive services. Its fleet consists of a factory new Cessna Citation Latitude and a Cessna Citation CJ3+.
Market leader in airline distribution In the aviation industry, Hahn Air Lines is especially known for its distribution services which it has been offering to other airlines since 1999. Today, its partner network spans more than 350 partner airlines. With its services, it reaches more than 100,000 travel agencies in 190 markets.
Innovator in providing solutions for corporate shuttle management Hahn Air supports companies that operate corporate shuttle flights with its HR-Shuttle Manager product. It allows outsourcing the complete distribution process and handling of corporate flights, including displaying the inventory in the GDS, booking, ticketing and reporting processes, as well as a departure control system.
Hahn Air Lines is 100% owned by the Hahn Air Group, an international corporation based in Dreieich near Frankfurt, Germany. The Group, which has offices around the world, including Minneapolis, Montevideo, Casablanca, Johannesburg, New Delhi and Manila, achieves an annual global turnover of approximately 1 billion USD for its clients.
|A global leader in executive aviation, Jetex is recognized for delivering flexible, best-in-class trip support solutions to customers worldwide. Jetex provides exceptional FBOs, aircraft fueling, ground handling and global trip planning. The company caters to an elite clientele including owners and operators of business jets for corporate, commercial and personal air travel. To find out how you can benefit from Jetex's award-winning services, visit jetex.com today.|
|Since 1967, Jet Aviation has been crafting flight in its smoothest form. From one hangar in Basel, Switzerland, to some 50 locations worldwide. Maintenance to management, completion to charter; countless hours of expertise creating an experience so easy, it seems effortless.
Behind every seamless Jet Aviation experience, is a team of some 4,000 dedicated professionals perfecting the art of flight. In the hangar, on the ground, and behind the scenes. Enabling global flight, with passion.
Owned by General Dynamics since 2008, Jet Aviation upholds the GD values of Trust, Honesty, Alignment and Transparency.
|For over 30 years, Jet Support Services, Inc. (JSSI), has been the leading independent provider of maintenance support and financial services to the business aviation industry. JSSI offers hourly cost maintenance programs to manage the often unpredictable costs of operating virtually all makes and models of aircraft, engines and auxiliary power units (APUs). The company is responsible for maintaining in excess of 2,000 business jets, turboprops, regional jets and helicopters across the globe and serves customers through its unique infrastructure of expert technical advisors.
JSSI leverages this extensive technical knowledge, maintenance buying power and data to support every stage of the aircraft life cycle, from aircraft acquisition to disassembling and parting out the aircraft. JSSI Parts & Leasing sells aircraft parts, provides lease engines and APUs, and offers supply chain solutions as a service to large fleet operators. JSSI Advisory Services and Conklin & de Decker harness this technical experience and global reach to power a complete range of consulting and digital services utilized by operators, aircraft brokers, and service providers across the industry.
|At Pratt & Whitney, we believe that powered flight has transformed – and will continue to transform – the world.
That’s why we work with an explorer’s heart and a perfectionist’s grit to design, build, and service the world’s most advanced aircraft engines. We do this across a diverse portfolio – including Commercial Engines, Military Engines, Business Aviation, General Aviation, Regional Aviation, and Helicopter Aviation – and as a way of turning possibilities into realities for our customers.
This is how we at Pratt & Whitney approach our work, and this is why we are inspired to go beyond.
|Celebrating its 75th anniversary, Priester Aviation is among the world's elite private aircraft operators, specializing in aircraft management and private travel solutions. Founded by George Priester in 1945, Priester started as a flight training school that eventually evolved into the private aviation services company that it is today. It was a simple proposition at first, to provide a platform to educate and demonstrate the practices of a progressing industry that would eventually integrate itself into the lives of on-the-go business and leisure travelers alike. As the aviation community developed and businesses began to expand globally, the need for point-to-point travel became a necessity and alternatives to commercial airline service were imperative. Priester’s goal is to provide businesses and other discerning travelers with premium private aviation services individually tailored to fit their needs. Visit us at www.priesterav.com.
Private Aviation Services:
- Aircraft Management / Ownership Consulting
- Global On-Demand Charter
- Jet Card
|Aruba is an autonomous and self-governing state of The Kingdom of the Netherlands and an overseas territory of the European Union.
Established in 1995, the Registry of Aruba was the first privately managed aircraft registration program rated Category-1 by the FAA, with regulatory framework in compliance with international standards.
Aruba is an OECD white-listed tax-efficient offshore jurisdiction with an outstanding reputation that offers flexibility and value adding services; enhanced through the introduction of the Cape Town Convention and the registration of an aircraft through the election of domicile.
Innovation continues in Aruba as we develop and grow our client services, offering the utmost qualified registration, certification, and inspection team; efficiently managing all the details involved when registering your private, corporate, and commercial aircraft.
With a dedicated and experienced staff, our management and technical personnel are available 24/7 to offer personalized and effective service to meet all operational needs from day one.
Our top priority is providing excellence in service and creating long lasting relationships with our customers. We pride ourselves in offering unrivaled boutique-appeal solutions preserving Air Safety First.
|Rolls-Royce is the world’s leading engine supplier in business aviation, powering some of the largest, fastest, and longest-range business jets available. Rolls-Royce powers aircraft built by Bombardier, Cessna, Embraer and Gulfstream. Our products and services include the Pearl, BR725, BR710, AE3007, Tay, Spey, MR&O, and CorporateCare Enhanced, the leading solution for engine care. This maintenance program offers increased asset liquidity, nacelle coverage and complete engine management, from line maintenance to shop visits. CorporateCare® Enhanced, the comprehensive, fixed-cost engine maintenance management plan, provides customers with a global support infrastructure which includes: Engine Health Monitoring, a worldwide network of Authorised Service Centres and globally distributed spare parts and engines, all managed by our dedicated 24/7 Business Aircraft Availability Centre.|
|The Republic of San Marino, located on the northeastern side of the Apennine Mountains, is acknowledged as the world’s oldest surviving sovereign state and constitutional republic. It occupies just 24 square miles. This makes it the third smallest state in Europe, after the Vatican and Monaco.
The San Marino Aircraft Registry is open for private, corporate and commercial air transport operations. Today - a global leader in civil aviation services, customized solutions, compliance and safety. Specialists in High-Net-Worth Individual (HNWI) aircraft registration services, with excellent levels of service, privacy and confidentiality of clientele transactions.
Safety and Service are the most important elements when choosing your aircraft registry. In July 2016, ICAO awarded our San Marino CAA with the Presidential Award for its compliance against ICAO standards and results show that we are in the Top 20 CAAs of the World.
Our daily mission and focus are to meet and surpass client expectations and to ensure their safety.
|Having been embedded in the aviation industry since the firm's establishment in 1982, Watson Farley & Williams is a leading international law firm providing a powerful combination of sector expertise and technical excellence, leading the way in aviation and in corporate jets in particular.
In the corporate jets sector, we act for financiers, corporates, private clients and operators in the acquisition, leasing and financing (pre-delivery, long-term and structured) transactions. The nature of these assets plays to our strengths in aviation finance and tax structuring. We have developed a particular expertise in the financing of corporate jets operated in Turkey, India, Kazakhstan and the UAE.
In more recent uncertain economic times, we have undertaken a number of restructurings and repossessions employing our dispute resolution specialists and global reach to deliver on our clients' commercial requirements.
Through our offices in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the USA, we provide an integrated aviation capability across all types of aircraft, guiding our clients through complex financial arrangements and cross-border transactions throughout the entire aircraft life-cycle.
|2-REG is the aircraft registry based out of the States of Guernsey. Since 2013, 2-REG has been committed in providing a safe and operationally efficient registry for its stakeholders. 2-REG is proud to share its culture of safety and operational flexibility towards its customers across the world existing of corporate and business jet owners, asset managers, financiers and leasing companies.
As of November 2021, 2-REG has registered over 700 aircraft and continues to thrive further in supporting the aviation industry. Our consistent regulations, a specific aircraft and engine register and the robust ratification of international conventions such as the Cape Town Convention, has further enhanced the trust of its customers. In addition to leading our efforts for aircraft lessors and financiers in facilitating aircraft transitions, 2-REG has a strong focus on committing towards Private Operators Certifications (POCs) for business and corporate jets owners and asset managers with various operators’ certifications issued across the world.
With the support of our proactive and dedicated registry, airworthiness, flight operations and safety oversight team, 2-REG committed in providing excellence and a timely service to all our clients.
|The Air Law Firm LLP is a boutique aviation law practice providing international legal services to the aviation industry. Our practice model sets us apart: we offer a bespoke and focused service from an agile and responsive team who can react quickly to the changing demands of your business environment. Our legal services are partner-led and we are proactive not reactive. Our lawyers are passionate about aviation, recognised internationally as being experts in their fields, focused and unique. As your legal partner in aviation, your experience with us will be different.|
|At ArcosJet we professionally sell and buy business aircraft in the interests of our customers. Our mission is to keep a close eye on the business jet market, knowing, down to the last detail, its technical, legal, and financial procedures, maintaining and developing a wide network of professional contacts, and utilizing cutting-edge digital technologies to help you sell or buy the business jet or helicopter of your dream. Today, the ArcosJet portfolio boasts a multitude of successful deals, with a specialization in buying and selling large and long-range business jets. With headquarters in Dubai and representative offices in Moscow, Vienna, Milano, and Cyprus, we can always be there for our customers, wherever they may be.|
|Avsurance is a single-source access point to a variety of aviation risk-management solutions. A subsidiary of Avfuel Corporation, Avsurance is focused exclusively on the aviation industry, providing coverage for fixed base operators, commercial flight departments, scheduled carriers, flight schools, regional airlines, freight/cargo haulers, airports, aviation products manufacturers, helicopter operators and more. The Avsurance team puts its industry expertise and skills to work to provide its clients with the most informed quotes on a variety of coverages, including, but not limited to, hangarkeepers insurance, worker's compensation, hull and liability insurance, and environmental liability. Avsurance works with the most experienced aviation underwriters and well-established financial institutions to seamlessly support its customers. Furthermore, its customized insurance packages are regularly reviewed to ensure that coverage is comprehensive, from an aircraft to the hangar that stores it; and from the airport's terminal to the employees that run it.
|The Civil Aviation Authority is the statutory body responsible for aviation regulatory (technical/safety and economic) oversight throughout the Cayman Islands and for aircraft registered in the Cayman Islands. The CAACI has full designation for safety oversight as a UK Overseas Territory. In addition, the Cayman Islands is classified as Category 1 by the USA Federal Aviation Administration under their International Aviation Safety Assessments programme that evaluates a country's civil aviation authority's ability to effectively regulate its aviation industry. This rating enables commercial air transport operators registered in Cayman to conduct international air transport operations, i.e., Cayman Airways, Ltd. The requirement for such rating lies with the CAACI being assessed as having technically qualified and appropriate administrative staff to effectively oversee the aviation industry in accordance with established standards and recommended practices of the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO).|
|Clyde & Co is a dynamic, rapidly expanding global law firm focused on providing a complete legal service to clients in our core sectors including aviation and insurance. It has over 2,000 legal professionals operating from over 50 offices in every region, including Asia Pacific, Canada, the United States, Latin America, Europe, UK, Africa and the Middle-East.
Clyde & Co has over 100 specialist Aviation lawyers on every continent except Antarctica. In business aviation the team advises aircraft owners, operators, managers, lessors and financiers, CAMO providers, fixed based operators, cabin designers and fitters, ground handlers and their respective insurers and reinsurers on a range of matters including acquisitions and sales, financings, licensing, employment, contingency planning, emergency response, prosecutions, claims and subrogated recoveries, as well as uninsured disputes, injunctions, asset detentions and recoveries.
Who's Who Legal consistently recognise Clyde & Co as the world's leading firm in the field of Aviation Law.
|DLA Piper advises on the cross border and domestic acquisition, sale, finance and leasing of new and used aircraft and engines, using a variety of structures and products including operating and finance leases, structured tax-based financings, export-credit transactions, Islamic finance and pre-delivery payment financing. We have considerable experience in advising on all aspects of the purchase and leasing of aircraft and we act for a wide range of international lessors, airlines, financial institutions and manufacturers. We provide a high quality and cost effective service to assist them in managing their legal requirements and budgets. We also advise on the enforcement of aircraft mortgages, lease terminations, asset recovery and distressed sales, as well as advising on issues arising from the regulatory and liability environment of aviation.
Our teams in London, Dublin, Moscow, New York, Toronto, Hong Kong, Dubai and throughout Europe have worked on a wide variety of leasing structures and products meaning that we can add value to any transaction on which we are instructed. We thrive on building long lasting relationships with our clients which are mutually rewarding.
|Embraer is creating tomorrow’s world of bespoke private air travel today, utilizing industry-leading innovation, design, and technology — all the while incorporating sustainable and socially responsible practices. As a global company with more than 50 years in aerospace, Embraer delivers the ultimate experience in business aviation through aircraft that feature disruptive performance, comfort, and technology. Its portfolio consists of the Phenom 100EV, which offers the business aviation experience in its purest form; the Phenom 300E, which is the best-selling light jet for the past eight years straight; and the Praetor 500 and the Praetor 600, which with best-in-class flight range, are the most disruptive and technologically advanced midsize and super-midsize business jets, capable of continent-crossing and ocean-spanning missions, respectively.
Every day, Embraer business aircraft operate around the globe, supported by a strong, responsive customer support network that’s top-ranked in service across the industry. For more information, visit executive.embraer.com
|Founded in 2012, JetHQ is a leading provider of worldwide aircraft transaction, brokerage and consulting services. Its highly experienced team utilizes a vast network of international connections and resources to match sellers with qualified buyers. JetHQ also offers fleet planning, aircraft inspection, contracting, acceptance and delivery, and additional aviation services.
JetHQ was founded on the belief that the most valuable asset in aviation is trust. Its team brings extensive aviation experience and real-time industry insight and analysis to each complex transaction. Headquartered in Kansas City, Missouri, USA, and Dubai, UAE, JetHQ has offices around the world, including Africa, Asia, Europe and the Americas.
Learn more at JetHQ.com.
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|Paynode is another business aviation essential from Avinode Group, bringing air charter payments together in one place. Paynode offers you the flexibility and comfort of paying anyone, exactly the way you want.
By card, wire or instant payment, you can close deals more securely than ever. Saving you time, money and stress in the process. Avinode Group’s growing and trusted network of air charter professionals are now using Paynode to do faster, easier, more secure business. With everything connected in one easy workflow.
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|Satcom Direct (SD) provides global connectivity solutions for business and general aviation, military, government, and head of state aircraft, as well as land mobile services to areas with connectivity limitations. For more than 20 years, SD has advanced the technology of global connectivity, with new communications capabilities and many market firsts, including the first suite of cyber security solutions for business aviation. The company's industry leading software solutions, such as the SD Pro flight operations management platform, are complemented by its divisional capabilities including the cabin and flight deck systems of SD Avionics, and infrastructure solutions from SD Data Center and COMSAT. SD is a premier Inmarsat distribution partner (including Jet ConneX), Iridium service partner, ViaSat Ku preferred reseller, a value-added reseller for Panasonic systems and the exclusive service provider for SmartSky Networks.|
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|McAfee & Taft's Aviation Group actively represents national and international clients from individuals to leaders in industry on a wide spectrum of aviation matters, including aircraft title and registration, The Cape Town Convention and International Registry matters, escrow closings, aircraft ownership issues, import/export matters, closing and post-recordation opinions, and unmanned aircraft systems. The firm also represents clients in the resolution of disputes involving the perfection of ownership rights, chain of title issues, slander of title claims, and the validity of liens placed on the aircraft.
The firm is also one of only four law firms in the United States to be selected for membership in L2B Aviation, an international association of independent law firms that specializes in providing legal advice to the aviation industry.
|Viasat is a global communications company that believes everyone and everything in the world can be connected. Our fast, reliable technologies have powered businesses, consumers, and heads of state around the world for more than 30 years.
Through our unrivaled capacity, Viasat’s business aviation’s in-flight connectivity solutions are meeting the demands of bandwidth intensive applications to allow crew and passengers to be as productive in the air as on the ground.
So go ahead. Connect without compromise – even at 40,000 feet.
Viasat. Uplifting the Journey. Viasat.com/business-aviation.
|WINGX Advance GmbH is a Hamburg-based company, founded in 2012.
We are a boutique agency with expertise and passion in aviation and data analysis.
Our mission is to join our industry’s data-dots to create market intelligence tools which give our customers a competitive edge.
Contact – [email protected]
|AMSTAT is the leading provider of global business aircraft market information. Our services are designed to generate revenue and deliver competitive advantage to: aircraft brokers, dealers; finance companies; OEMs; fractional providers; FBOs; airports and parts suppliers active in the business jet, turbo-prop and turbine helicopter segments. Through accurate reporting on the worldwide fleet, resale market, new and used transaction activity, fractional market and aircraft values we enable our clients to work more efficiently and to generate new business every day.|
|4AIR is an industry pioneer offering sustainability solutions beyond just simple carbon neutrality. Its industry-first framework seeks to address climate impacts of all types and provides a simplified and verifiable path for private aviation industry participants to achieve meaningful aircraft emissions counteraction and reduction.
The 4AIR framework offers four levels, each with specific, science-based goals, independently verified results and progressively greater impacts on sustainability that make it easy for private aviation users to pursue sustainability through access to carbon markets, use of Sustainable Aviation Fuel, support for new technologies and other strategies.
For more information, visit us at www.4air.aero.
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|The British Business and General Aviation Association is the UK’s National Trade Association – supporting Businesses in Business and General Aviation
BBGA is the voice of our industry and we sit on a wide range of relevant committees and bodies at both national and international level for any company involved in business and general aviation.
We represent the interest of member companies and have strong positive and active relationships with UK Government, APPG, UK CAA, EASA and DfT.
Through our membership of workgroups, committees and bodies and through its natural vigilance BBGA monitors changes in legislation and the marketplace.
All BBGA members will also gain EBAA membership when you join which then gains you access to exhibit at EBACE.
For more information visit our www.bbga.aero or contact [email protected]
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