10 more stylish private jets, Embraer forecast, DC Aviation 15-year anniversary, GAMA shipments and MORE

DC Aviation will celebrate its 15th company anniversary this year.

DC Aviation GmbH will celebrate its 15th company anniversary this year. Having received the AOC (Aircraft Operator Certificate) issued by the Luftfahrtbundesamt (German Federal Aviation Administration) in October 1999, the company is now Germany’s largest business jet operator leading operators in Europe. With branch operations in Dubai, Zurich, Malta, and Moscow, the company’s international presence is ever-increasing.

DC Aviation originated in 2007 from the former DaimlerChrysler Aviation, a subsidiary of DaimlerChrysler AG, which was established in 1999. During the course of the company’s history, DC Aviation has gathered extensive experience in the field of aircraft management. DC Aviation currently presents a complete portfolio, commencing with aircraft management and extending to airplane charters, consulting services, and the maintenance of business jets. The young fleet consists of modern Cessna Citations Type XLS+, long-distance jets such as the Gulfstream G550, and aircraft with large cabins such as the Airbus 319 CJ. The present range of products and services supports the dynamic growth strategy of the company in Western and Eastern Europe as well as in the Middle East. This makes the company optimally equipped for current and future developments on the world market.

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10 more super stylish private jets

In the second part of our top 10 most stylish private jets, we salute the owners of 10 aircraft that are not afraid to stand out from the crowd. Although associated with luxury, business people mainly use private jets to boost efficiency. You know the drill by now. You buy a private jet for many reasons but realize that your garish, green paint job will get you noticed wherever you fly.

Rather than face questions from the board, investors – or even your partner- about why your aircraft was seen in Cabo when you should have been hard at work in New York, you decide to repaint your aircraft into a dull overall white scheme with maybe a bit of a blue cheat-line to liven things up a little. Congratulations, you now blend into the crowd (but don’t forget to register with the FAA’s Block Aircraft Registration Request program, or your movements can still be traced).

In this article, we take time to salute the aircraft owners who want to stand out, the people who aren’t content with blending into the background, having their aircraft disappear into a sea of boring Euro white when parked around other private jets. This time around, we look at the second top 10, the equally deserving private jets that just missed the cut when we published the first list in December 2013.

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GAMA Shipments Up

According to the General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA), light plane and business jet shipments increased across all categories in the second quarter of 2014. A total of 592 aircraft were delivered by GAMA members in the period, up 5% from the 567 shipped in the same period last year. As a result, billings inched up from $5.723 billion in the second quarter of 2013 to $5.739 billion in the most recent quarter.

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SAS launches biz-class service for Houston-Norway route

Scandinavian Airlines (SAS) has started a premium jet service between Houston and Stavanger, Norway, to meet the needs of business travelers in the oil industry.

  • The aircraft is a Boeing Business Jet with 44 business-class seats. The plane’s livery will have SAS’s colors and logo.

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Embraer trims the global business jet outlook, and the U.S. looks stronger.

Reuters reports that Brazilian planemaker Embraer SA on Monday raised its outlook for executive jet sales in North America over the next decade while trimming its global sales forecast, highlighting the importance of the U.S. market for a business jet recovery. Embraer expects 4,620 business jets to be sold for $120 billion in the North American market from 2015 to 2024, up from 4,530 planes in its 2014-2023 forecast. The planemaker cut its worldwide outlook to 9,235 aircraft sold in the next decade from 9,250 in last year’s ten-year estimate.

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