Fuel Savings

I was asked to write an article for a leading European Aviation Magazine; This is a preview for my Blog follower: Once upon a time men of steel flew their loud 3 hole jets fast and proud. We would takeoff pass through 10,000 feet roll the nose over accelerate to the barber pole and stay there Read more about Fuel Savings[…]

Six Things You Should Know About Selling Your Aircraft

This is an excerpt from: ” A Guide to Sales Success in a Challenging Economy; Six Things You Should Know About Selling Your Aircraft” that I contributed to. The entire guide is available for download at Taylor Greenwood Photography’s website. Introduction – What sells a Private Jet or Helicopter? An aircraft will sell itself, if Read more about Six Things You Should Know About Selling Your Aircraft[…]

Bombardier Challenger Series Update

Another wonderful design of Bill Lear the Challengers original name was the Learstar.  Bombardier renamed it the Challenger prior to the first delivery of the 600 series aircraft. The 601 started deliveries in 1983 and was a strong seller until 1996 when the longer range Challenger 604 and then 605 replaced it in the lineup .  It Read more about Bombardier Challenger Series Update[…]

RVSM

RVSM This photo was taken on North Atlantic tack “C” a couple of days ago. I thought those of you who are wondering why we are so critical about our altimeter calibrations and RVSM compliances issues would like to see what a 1000 foot separation looks like. Ivan Klugman     ivan@inavsol.com      www.inavsol.com    www.headofstateaircraft.com