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Comlux Aviation Retrofits Airbus Private Jets

Comlux Aviation which is based in Indiana has been appointed the new cabin retro-fitter of of Airbus’s Private Jets. This will in effect increase the choice Airbus’s customer have when choosing a completion center upon purchasing one Airbus’s private aircraft.

Not long after the appointment, Comlux aviation retrofitted their very first airplane – Airbus ACJ320 which is well known for its exceptionally quiet cabin. The finished aircraft with Comlux Aviation’s handiwork was one of the show stealer at the recent EBACE in Geneva, and many potential client took an instant liking to the interior’s unparalleled comfort, luxuriousness as well as practicality.

Comlux aviation appointment as one of Airbus’s retro-fitter comes after a careful audit of the company’s capability. Airbus says of Comlux that they are able to recommend the company with confidence. At current capacity, Comlux Aviation aims to retrofit 3 to 4 jets per year.

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Comlux Aviation's work on an Airbus

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Posted by admin - June 27, 2012 at 11:33 am

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VistaJet Redefines “Luxury”

VistaJet refined their fleet and service and hope to redefine the word “Luxury”. This latest news broke out in May of last year at the one of the world’s most important business aviation show, EBACE 2011 in Geneva. VistaJet’s improvement will be in the area of: cabin interior, software, product refreshments, and graffiti artwork by the artist RETNA which will be showcased on the tail of a VistaJet Global Express jet.

The interior of the VistaJet has be revamped and “luxury” is the name of the game. Among the improvements will be designer silverware and china by the French’s Christofle and soft furnishing and inflight clothings (eye-masks, socks, etc.) by Italian companies. Moreover, flight attendant as well as pilot uniform will also be overhauled and will be revealed soon.




VistaJet Global Express Jet will feature Graffiti art by RETNA

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Posted by admin - June 12, 2012 at 3:55 pm

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Gulfstream G650 Resumes Tests

Gulfstream G650 will now resume its flight tests after having suffered setbacks as a result of an accident on April 2. The accident resulted in a suspension that prevent further development of the aircraft. The suspension has been lifted just recently. The first test flight after the suspension was on May 28th which lasted almost 2 hours. The newly-resumed test flight of the Gulfstream G650 was piloted by Jake Howard and Tom Horne as well as Biss Osborne as flight engineer.

Including the aforementioned latest test flight, the Gulfstream G650 test fleet have accumulated a total of 1,560 flying hours from 470 flights. This will count towards the 2,200 hours required if the plane is to be officially certified. Having lost one to the fatal accident, there are still four Gulfstream G650 available for further testing. When launched in 2008, the company aimed to have the aircraft certified in 2011 and in service by 2012.

Pertaining the accident, Gulfstream is fully cooperating with The National Safety Board (NTSB) in their investigation.

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Gulfstream G650

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Posted by admin - June 11, 2012 at 4:16 pm

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Falcon 2000S Introduced by Dassault

In the middle of May of last year, the Falcon 2000S has been launched by Dassault, which will make it a highly anticipated addition to the world of business jet. This super mid-sized business jet will become the class leader in terms of payload, range, performance, as well as efficiency. Among its many impressive feature list will be: inboard slats, blended winglets capable of high-mach, a complete new and low emissions PW308C engine as well as mouth-watering interior completely designed by BMW Group’s DesignworksUSA. In terms of the cockpit, the entire system has been redesigned for improved aesthetics incorporating the EASy II flight deck. The range is claimed to be 6,204 km and its maximum take off weight is 18,597 kg. Fully fueled, the Falcon 2000S will be largest payload carrying aircraft of its class at 819kg. Dassault expects certification processes to be completed at the end of 2012 therefore we should be seeing the first commercial Falcon 2000S by early 2013.

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Falcon 2000S by Dassault

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Posted by admin - June 7, 2012 at 6:56 pm

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Boeing Business Jets delivers to Nanshan Jet

In December 2011 Boeing Business JetsĀ  finished their fiscal year on a strong note with their delivery of a Boeing Business Jets (BBJ) to China’s Nanshan Jet.

The delivery was completed when officials from Nanshan Jet received the airplane from Boeing at their Delivery Center in Seattle. This BBJ will be the first plane totally operated by Nanshan themselves and not by Air China.

The BBJ was delivered by Boeing totally “green”, that is without any custom paints both externally or internally. This is so that Boeing’s customer – Nanshan Jet in this case – can do their own customization. The same is true for the interior, it is absolutely and deliberately undone and will be retrofitted by BizJet International in Tulsa. Nanshan have said the aircraft will be configured for 28 passengers.

This delivery will bring the number of Boeing Business Jets’ delivery in 2011 to seven and three of them are in China. Boeing Business Jets also stated that they expect 2012 to be an equally good if not better year.


Boeing Business Jets

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Posted by admin - May 25, 2012 at 2:21 pm

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COMAC C919 Ordered by BOC Aviation

BOC Aviation have put in an order of 20 COMAC C919 airplanes and this fact was announced at the recent Singapore Air Show. This would make BOC Aviation the 11th customer of COMAC and this would bring the number of airplanes shipped by COMAC to 235. The first prototypes of the COMAC C919 was assembled by the end of last year, and test flights have been planned for 2014. COMAC announces that they expect to be ready to deliver the first C919 to their customer in 2016.



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Posted by admin - May 24, 2012 at 12:09 am

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Airbus Flight Simulator (Flight Safety)

FlightSafety company in New York designed and developed a new simulator for the Airbus A350. The simulator will be a “level D” simulator and will utilize a propriety electrical movement mechanism developed in-house as oppose to hydraulics employed in typical simulators. The simulator will also be incorporating the new “Vital X” system which will provide realistic and high definition image as well as allow for a field of vision of up to 200 by 40 degrees.



Flightsafety Airbus Simulator

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Posted by admin - May 17, 2012 at 11:29 pm

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Eurocopter Dauphin Simulator

Eurocopter have lauched their newest simulator for the Eurocopter Dauphin AS365 N3 and N3+. This newest simulator will be located in Seletar, Singapore and aims to serve clients in the Asia Pacific region as well as those from the Middle East. This simulator has received two certificates, namely the “FFS Level B” and FTD “Level 3″ certificates which guarantees the quality of training this simulator will provide. The specific price for a training session haven’t been specified but company representative assures prospective clients that it will be “reasonable”.

Eurocopter aims to train 100 helicopter pilots per year (approximately 3,000 flying hours). Currently, 38 pilots from 5 countries are making use of this simulator.

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Eurocopter Dauphin Simulator
















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Posted by admin - May 15, 2012 at 10:32 am

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Irkut MC-21

Irkut is a mid-range passenger jet with a Russian descent. Having seen the cockpit and the various systems within it, it is clear that the Irkut blends aviation technologies from all over the globe although the European overtone is most obvious. This blending of technologies from all over the world gives us quite a unique sensation. Normally, experienced pilots are able to tell from the cockpit which country developed the aircraft as each countries has their own bias towards certain instrumental and cockpit designs. This is certainly not the case with this Irkut, where if one was not told this particular aircraft is made in Russia, the country would probably not even be on the who-made-this-plane guess list.

Cockpits aside, the cabin of the Irkut MC-21 is quite spacious and one is reminded of the Airbus A-320.

All in all, the Irkut is a very impressive plane if this airplane is any indication, Russia is on the road back into Aviation Industry’s limelight.+




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IRKUT MC-21 Cockpit

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Posted by admin - April 12, 2012 at 9:59 am

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MRJ (Mitsubishi Regional Jet)

The company MRJ (Mitsubishi Regional Jet) certainly captured the crowd attention at the recent Singapore Airshow 2012. The company set quite an impressive landmark by launching a passenger fully developed in Japan. The airplane its self is a showcase of the finest blending of East and West aesthetics and technologies. Some highlights are the ultra-thin seats which lends the allusion of a much more spacious cabin that is certainly much easier on the eye than others. Other details such as the spacious overhead storage area shows off MRJ’s attentiveness. Right now, MRJ is the process of systems and flight tests and we should be seeing a full line up of jets from then in the near future!

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MRJ (Mitsubishi Regional Jet)


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Posted by admin - April 9, 2012 at 11:44 am

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