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15th Jul 2019, 14:34
Replies: 18
Views: 12,147
Posted By Avioactive

You see, although the Motorsport industry itself...

You see, although the Motorsport industry itself might not be the most environmentally-friendly activity, the innovations they come up with to make the vehicles faster and more efficient get passed...
27th Jan 2019, 14:56
Replies: 2,131
Views: 2,632,893
Posted By Avioactive

[/left][/left] N531EA is NOT ON AN AOC - it...

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N531EA is NOT ON AN AOC - it cannot be 'Chartered' It is a privately owned/registered aircraft on the FAA N-register. It is not a PART-135 aircraft and even if it was, if it's...
27th Jan 2019, 14:47
Replies: 2,131
Views: 2,632,893
Posted By Avioactive

And the same Mark Farmer of the above 'Aircraft...

And the same Mark Farmer of the above 'Aircraft Charter' company (and reputed part owner of the Eclipse 500, N531EA that flew Sala) is also a director of an aviation charity too. Unfortunate.
27th Jan 2019, 14:40
Replies: 2,131
Views: 2,632,893
Posted By Avioactive

Another twist to the story, the Eclipse 500 has...

Another twist to the story, the Eclipse 500 has Bruce Dickinson of Iron Maiden fame's name and logo on the nose along with the Mark Farmer mentioned above. So, is Bruce (who sells Eclipses as one...
25th Sep 2018, 12:50
Replies: 17
Views: 3,615
Posted By Avioactive

The UK CAA website states: 'Once the UK has...

The UK CAA website states:

'Once the UK has left the EU, airlines with UK AOC’s would be considered ‘third country’ operators (TCOs) within the meaning of Article 4(1)(d) of the Basic Regulation...
8th Feb 2018, 10:27
Replies: 109
Views: 52,463
Posted By Avioactive

Umm, B-Bushe LDA is 3,474 ft, H-Jet needs about...

Umm, B-Bushe LDA is 3,474 ft, H-Jet needs about 4,660 ft dry, 5,360 ft wet to land
1st Jun 2016, 15:44
Replies: 30
Views: 13,705
Posted By Avioactive

Heard NHT is due to close down for several months...

Heard NHT is due to close down for several months later this year for runway resurfacing and installation of EMAS arrestor beds, anyone know when that's scheduled for?
7th Apr 2016, 15:15
Replies: 29
Views: 9,401
Posted By Avioactive

The vast majority of the companies registered in...

The vast majority of the companies registered in the 'Panama Papers' are in the British Virgin Islands. BVI companies do not have an obligation to prepare of file financial accounts. However,...
7th Apr 2016, 07:06
Replies: 29
Views: 9,401
Posted By Avioactive

Re the comment on setting up shell companies to...

Re the comment on setting up shell companies to help move some money around the globe and how long it takes to process those and then close them down, it is the case that certain offshore aircraft...
6th Apr 2016, 07:31
Replies: 29
Views: 9,401
Posted By Avioactive

Buying aeroplanes, large or small, has always...

Buying aeroplanes, large or small, has always been one of the most effective ways to move 'money' around the globe and obscuring the ultimate ownership of an aircraft (or even a fleet) is fairly...
25th Feb 2016, 15:32
Replies: 31
Views: 6,689
Posted By Avioactive

The UK will need to establish the same sort of...

The UK will need to establish the same sort of EEA agreement that grants Norway access to the EU's internal market.


From the 23,000 EU laws currently in force, the Norway EEA has...
18th May 2012, 13:04
Replies: 35
Views: 12,639
Posted By Avioactive

The new summer flights from Cambridge to Dole...

The new summer flights from Cambridge to Dole (Burgundy region) are promoted as flights to a 'London' airport in France with adverts for 'London Cambridge' there.

Heavily susidised or...
15th Nov 2011, 06:34
Replies: 2,518
Views: 650,701
Posted By Avioactive

Haven't they had the ex-BHX guy running around...

Haven't they had the ex-BHX guy running around for a year or so now chasing airline opportunities? Don't know why they haven't at least got some seasonal bucket & spade charters, Jersey etc. or ski...
29th Apr 2011, 06:58
Replies: 105
Views: 18,467
Posted By Avioactive

Rather good time for Cornwall Council to get...

Rather good time for Cornwall Council to get their backsides in gear and sell off Newquay now which they don't really want to have to run at council tax payer's expense.

Southwest runway capacity...
23rd Nov 2010, 19:53
Replies: 172
Views: 84,708
Posted By Avioactive

As this was AD Aviation's Citation ISP (titled to...

As this was AD Aviation's Citation ISP (titled to Frandley Aviation Partnership LLP) and it was carrying an organ it has to have been a public transport (charter) operation and so any reference to...
7th Jul 2010, 06:12
Replies: 86
Views: 29,433
Posted By Avioactive

Aircraft at Blackbushe

Does it not stand to reason that if you've had two to three aircraft almost permanently on the ground at Blackbushe for near on the last two years, perhaps three now, it's time to get rid of a couple...
23rd Mar 2010, 20:30
Replies: 2,518
Views: 650,701
Posted By Avioactive

How basic a service are they likely to start off...

How basic a service are they likely to start off with - surely no radar service? In fact could it as basic as just FISO service alone? If you've got three bodies in the tower all day, seven days a...
23rd Mar 2010, 13:32
Replies: 2,518
Views: 650,701
Posted By Avioactive

ATC

I'd knock on Serco's door first and compare costs. Marshall lost a packet on COV and would try to recoup that as best they can.
1st Feb 2010, 18:42
Replies: 2,518
Views: 650,701
Posted By Avioactive

Guess the whole shabang comes down to the terms...

Guess the whole shabang comes down to the terms of ADP's deal - if the lease term is long, the terms unconstraining and the cost £1 to take the problem off CCC's hands, they might make a living. ...
23rd Jan 2010, 14:10
Replies: 2,518
Views: 650,701
Posted By Avioactive

Covenants, Article 4, Section 106 & other constraints

Can anyone explain is simple terms what bylaws, planning constraints, old covenants etc. exist on parts or all of the airfield site that may dictate what can and cannot be undertaken with the land?
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20th Jan 2010, 18:52
Replies: 390
Views: 110,309
Posted By Avioactive

Varsity Express - OXF-EDI

Shame on you miserable cynics out there!

Of all the untapped, untried, UK domestic routes out there, OXF-EDI has got to be a goldmine. Thereís nothing wrong with the viability of the route, itís...
20th Jan 2010, 18:52
Replies: 390
Views: 110,309
Posted By Avioactive

Varsity Express - OXF-EDI

Shame on you miserable cynics out there!

Of all the untapped, untried, UK domestic routes out there, OXF-EDI has got to be a goldmine. Thereís nothing wrong with the viability of the route, itís...
29th Sep 2009, 11:48
Replies: 28
Views: 5,385
Posted By Avioactive

Farnborough vs. Oxford

The distance is irrelevant, the drive-time and traffic you might meet in and out of town is significant. The M40 is quick and the M3 isn't, plain and simple. Mayfair to Oxford takes around the same...
19th Aug 2009, 06:41
Replies: 96
Views: 14,353
Posted By Avioactive

Jet Bird Launch

They'll probably do a launch/anouncement - whatever at the forthcoming VLJ Europe Conference at Oxford Aviaton Academy/Oxford Airport late September - 24th/25th:

MIU Events - Conferences and...
17th Jul 2009, 15:13
Replies: 472
Views: 123,491
Posted By Avioactive

Not so difficult to do a few more routes - OXF?

Goatface - so what if they can only handle one rotation at a time? If they can only do one at a time, that's what they'll do. In one day they could still comfortably do say four or five rotations of...
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