Embraer brings two business jets to FIDAE 2014 Chilean expo, Dublin-based Star Fly takes action to recover aircraft + MORE Mar 23rd

Embraer brings two business jets to FIDAE 2014 Chilean expo

Legacy 650 will be at FIDAE 2014
Embraer Executive Jets announced it will will display the mid size Phenom 300 and their flagship heavy jet Legacy 650 at the International Air and Space Show, FIDAE 2014 being held from 25-30 March at Arturo Merino Benítez International Airport in Santiago, Chile.

Dublin-based Star Fly takes action to recover 5 Cessna Citation Mustang aircraft

Austrian Globeair failed to deliver five aircraft worth more than $9m, it is claimed

A Dublin-based company has brought a legal action aimed at recovering five Cessna Citation Mustang aircraft valued at more than US$9 million leased by it to an Austrian company.

Star Fly CJM 1 Ltd, with registered offices at Ballsbridge, Dublin, claims its lease agreements with Globeair AG, of Hoersching, Austria, which provides air charters, were validly terminated last November arising from alleged breaches by Globeair of those agreements.

Following the alleged termination, Globeair was asked to deliver up the five aircraft but has failed to do so, it is claimed.

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There are beautiful wine regions all over the world, but there is only one Champagne. The region produces the world’s most famous wine, is user-friendly to explore, full of quaint villages and historic cities, and sits closer to Paris than Burgundy, Bordeaux or the Loire Valley. In fact, it is faster to reach from Paris’ airport than Paris itself, just 31 minutes by high-speed TGV train direct from Charles de Gaulle. All the major cities have direct trains into the capitol (or you can charter a private aircraft from JetOptions), so a few days in Champagne is the perfect start or finish to any Paris trip.

There are three main cities, Reims, Epernay and Troyes, from north to south. If starting your French voyage in Champagne upon arrival, begin in Reims (via the nearby Champagne-Ardenne TGV station with tram into downtown Reims) and leave for Paris from Troyes. To visit Paris first and explore Champagne before heading home, simply reverse this. Unlike most wine regions, the Champagne houses, or wineries, are not typically in the vineyards but rather in and around towns and cities, making them easy to visit without driving. Many visitors rent a car for a day or two to explore the countryside, with more than 150 miles of well-marked “Champagne Roads” linking houses open to the public, but it is easiest to get to and from Paris by train.

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