04/09/2008ECLIPSE ADVANCES OPERATIONAL STRATEGY

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Eclipse Aviation announced it has established a new divisional structure in support of the company’s operational excellence strategy. Peg Billson, previously the company’s chief operating officer, has been appointed president and general manager of the Eclipse Manufacturing Division and Mike McConnell, previously vice president of sales and marketing, will serve as president and general manager of the Eclipse Customer Division.

04/09/2008SAN DIEGO FIRE-RESCUE SIGNS FOR BELL 412

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Bell Helicopter, a Textron Inc. announced the delivery of a 412EP model medium lift helicopter to the San Diego Fire-Rescue Department, joining "Copter One," a model 212 Bell helicopter currently operated by the air support division. This new 412 will significantly enhance the citizens of San Diego access to 24 hour, seven days a week emergency response capability.

03/09/2008AVCON JET MAKES IT A ROUND DOZEN

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With the announcement of the arrival of their fourth brand-new Cessna Citation CJ2+, the Austrian Business Aviation company Avcon Jet AG has now enlarged its fleet to twelve aircraft. The new business jet will be home-based at Vienna International Airport and was financed by Austrian HYPO GROUP Alpe Adria Leasing.

29/08/2008DASSAULT RELEASES FIRST HALF-YEAR RESULTS

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The Board of Directors of Dassault Aviation, chaired by Mr. Charles Edelstenne, met on August 27th, 2008 and approved the financial statements for the first half-year 2008. According to the statements, consolidated half-year 2008 orders amount to 2.39 billion euros “ with the Falcon family making up 79 percent of this. Export shares account for 84 percent of total consolidated orders.

26/08/2008DAC RECEIVES FAA PMA ON GEN-X CLASS 3 EFB

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DAC International Inc. announced the GEN-X Electronic Flight Bag System has received Parts Manufacturer Approval (PMA) from the FAA.

26/08/2008PrivatAir READIES FOR RUSSIAN SHOWS

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Over the last few years, Russia has rapidly developed one of the largest appetites for Business Aviation in the world, as an increasingly wealthy and unrestricted population has woken up to the advantages of flying privately. It is therefore hardly surprising that private jets are enjoying a rapid rise in demand. Indeed, last year PrivatAir witnessed a growth rate of more than 15 percent in the number of flights it operates on behalf of Russian clients.

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