Angus Batey

Angus Batey
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China’s SF Express To Use 5-Ton Pilotless Biplanes 
Chinese freight company SF Express plans to use pilotless Avic Y-5B biplanes, based on a 70-year-old Soviet design, in an air delivery setup to be running by 2023.
China’s SF Express To Use 5-Ton Pilotless Biplanes 
Chinese freight company SF Express plans to use pilotless Avic Y-5B biplanes, based on a 70-year-old Soviet design, in an air delivery setup to be running by 2023.
Chinese Stealth UAV Mockup Unveiled At Airshow China 
A new stealth UAV program unveiled at Airshow China could represent a significant step toward the Peoples Liberation Army Air Force acquiring an AEW capability.
VistaJet Bringing More Jets To Booming U.S. 
VistaJet operates a global fleet of 72 business jets that it makes available to customers under a pay-by-the-hour membership plan.
4,000 Bizjets Might Be Grounded by ADS-B Mandate 
Last year The Weekly of Business Aviation spoke with Eric Stuck, the product manager at Satair in Atlanta, who manages that company’s program in partnership with Honeywell to carry out ADS-B Out upgrades to Primus II-equipped business aircraft in the U.S.
BACA Steps Up Lobbying, Mulls Uncertainties
As BACA, the Air Charter Association prepares to mark its 70th anniversary in 2019, the UK organization is flexing new muscles.
TAG Farnborough Chief Sees Opportunities in a Time of Change
A lot has changed at TAG Farnborough Airport since its CEO, Brandon O’Reilly, first joined the team. Yet the biggest difference he has noticed has been in the business aviation industry’s perception.
VistaJet Bringing More Jets to Booming U.S.
VistaJet operates a global fleet of 72 business jets that it makes available to customers under a pay-by-the-hour membership plan. An uptick in customer numbers and aircraft use in North America is driving global growth.
4,000 Bizjets May Be Grounded by ADS-B Mandate
Ahead of NBAA in 2017, ShowNews spoke with Eric Stuck, the product manager at Satair in Atlanta who manages that company's program in partnership with Honeywell to carry out ADS-B Out upgrades to Primus II-equipped business aircraft in the U.S.
AVIAA Promises to Turn Bizjet Finances Upside Down
AVIAA made the bold claim that it would refund membership fees to anyone who did not realize at least that sum in savings.
PrivateFly-Skyjet Marriage Benefits All
It has been a while since Adam Twidell was flying C-130s for the Royal Air Force, but he still exudes the upbeat, can-do spirit synonymous with the British armed service.
New Company Underlines Vista’s Global Ambitions
Thomas Flohr, founder of VistaJet, announced the creation of Dubai-based holding company, Vista Global. The new entity concluded the purchase of on-demand operator XOJet.
New Company Underlines Vista’s Global Ambitions
VistaJet announced the creation of Vista Global, then last month, the new entity concluded the purchase of on-demand operator XOJet.
BACA Steps Up Lobbying, Mulls Uncertainties
As BACA, The Air Charter Association prepares to mark its 70th anniversary in 2019, the UK organization is flexing new muscles. Last year it became a company limited by guarantee, and appointed its first CEO, Dave Edwards.
VistaJet Ready to Bring More Aircraft to Booming U.S. Market 
The company operates a global fleet of 72 business jets it makes available to customers under a pay-by-the-hour membership plan, and its chief commercial officer, Ian Moore, says an uptick in customer numbers and aircraft use in North America is driving global growth.
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