Angus Batey

Angus Batey
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Sales Gains Validate Airbus Helo Strategy
Airbus made the right call when it reconfigured its private rotorcraft business under the Airbus Corporate Helicopters brand.
F/List for Bombardier at Biggin Hill
F/List has signed a contract with Bombardier which will see the OEM hosting a 20-strong team from the Austrian interiors specialist at its UK Service Center at Biggin Hill outside London. The team will be up and running within Bombardier’s facility in “the next couple of months,”.
Skylegs Offers One-Stop for Flight Ops
Skylegs has signed on with Web Manuals as a launch member of their online shop, bringing Web Manuals’ documentation services to Skylegs customers, saving them having to log in to multiple websites.
Overnight Closures At UK Airports Make For Sleepless Nights 
Marc Bailey, chief executive of the British Business and General Aviation Association, says it is unlikely that business aviation will play a part in the long-term futures of Stansted and Luton.
Overnight Closures At UK Airports Make for Sleepless Nights
According to Marc Bailey, chief executive of the British Business and General Aviation Association, it is unlikely that business aviation will play a part in the long-term futures of Stansted and Luton.
Gulfstream Promotes New MRO Facilities At EBACE
Gulfstream’s achievements over the past few months reflect a determination to keep thinking about what comes next.
Bombardier's World Records Drive Innovation And Sustainability
Bombardier met with the heads of the Federation Aeronautique Internationale and the U.S.’s National Aviation Association to celebrate the setting of a world record that has already been broken.
Cyber Threat to Bizjets Growing, Satcom Direct Warns 
The idea that a jet's flight controls could be hijacked in flight by hackers continues to capture public imagination. Aircraft manufacturers insist it is impossible. But this does not mean that aircraft are immune from cyber attacks.
Cyber Threat to Bizjets Growing, Satcom Direct Warns 
The idea that a jet's flight controls could be hijacked in flight by hackers continues to capture public imagination. Aircraft manufacturers insist it is impossible. But this does not mean that aircraft are immune from cyber attacks.
Sustainable Fuel Arrives at EBACE 
Bombardier’s Global 6000 is by no means an unfamiliar sight at the European Business Aviation Convention & Exhibition. But there was something different about its arrival on May 18.
Gulfstream G550 Sets Sustainable Fuel Record
A Gulfstream G550, powered by a sustainable alternative jet fuel covered the 3591 nautical miles in seven hours and 13 minutes, at an average speed of Mach 0.85.
Sustainable Fuel Arrives at EBACE
Bombardier’s Global 6000 is by no means an unfamiliar sight at Geneva, but there was something different about its arrival on Saturday. The aircraft was the first of several that flew in from TAG Farnborough using sustainable fuel.
Biggin Hours, Digital Brokers Help Zenith Soar
Biggin Hill has seen an increase in the volume of its business since hours were extended in 2017.
Cyber Threat to Bizjets Growing, Warns Satcom Direct
The idea that a jet's flight controls could be hijacked in flight by hackers continues to capture public imagination. Aircraft manufacturers insist it is impossible - but this does not mean that aircraft are immune from cyberattacks.
Fixed-Price City Pairs a Summertime Hit for Privatefly
The latest product from Privatefly, the app-based charter brokerage – fixed-price charter between city pairs – may be its most disruptive yet.
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