Volare’s Dryden Hails The Dawn Of The Age Of The Family Jet

Volare Aviation
Volare's dedicated helicopter facility—in bay two of their Hangar 14 HQ at London Oxford Airport—allows the firm to work on up to a dozen twin-engined helicopters simultaneously.
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OXFORD, England—Volare Aviation may be highlighting its new dedicated helicopter MRO/management facility, but the story of the company’s current resurgence is about more than any one product or service. Already a noteworthy unusual entity—the Oxford Airport-based firm buys aircraft into stock...
Angus Batey

Angus Batey has been contributing to various titles within the Aviation Week Network since 2009, reporting on topics ranging from defense and space to business aviation, advanced air mobility and cybersecurity.

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