U.S. TRAVEL TRENDS

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The folks over at Hudson Group, which handles concessions at airports, just released this cool infographic looking at travel trends in 2015.

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Simply speaking, Charlie Bravo Aviation “pushes tin.” The company combines hard work and integrity with innovative marketing and in-depth industry analysis to buy and sell corporate aircraft better than anyone else. Located just outside Austin, Texas, Charlie Bravo is an aviation consulting company and a broker and dealer of pre-owned jets, turboprops and rotorcraft.

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Will Flights Like Project Sunrise Be The Future Of Air Travel?

Article | April 20, 2020

With rescue flights crisscrossing the globe and passengers keen to get where they are going as soon as possible, will we see the end of hub to hub travel? Has this current aviation crisis signaled the decline of the current model of aviation we know today? One reporter at Simple Flying gives his opinion.

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Which Aircraft Have The Longest Range?

Article | April 20, 2020

Aircraft are built to travel vast distances quickly. But just how far can an aircraft fly, and which aircraft can fly the longest? Have a guess and see how right you are. As to make this a fair comparison, there are a few caveats as to ‘which aircraft can fly the furthest’. The first is that the aircraft must be in use by airlines or be under serious development. We don’t want to include a one-off prototype that can fly around the world on a single tank if you can’t buy a ticket to fly on it. We will be looking at jet propulsion aircraft and not planes that use other forms of movement.

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The Boeing 777X – What Does The Future Look Like Now?

Article | April 20, 2020

The aviation world is rapidly changing due to the current crisis, and no one is more affected than airframe builders like Boeing. With the Boeing 777X due to start service at the end of the year, has the crisis affected the new flagship aircraft’s development?Boeing is building a new generation of the popular widebody 777, much as it did with the narrowbody 737. This new version will have new technologies and new engineering, inspired in part by innovations built into the Boeing 787. These include bigger windows, a composite fuselage, and state-of-the-art cabins.

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Good drones: the UAVs changing airport operations for the better

Article | April 20, 2020

Drones may be the source of groans in the aviation industry, with many causing delayed flights and safety hazards. But what about the vast potential for UAVs to provide assistance and even improve safety? Here's a look at how drones could help rather than hinder airports. The global commercial drone market is expected to grow by 26% each year from 2016 to reach a value of $10,738m by 2022. Even airports and airlines can benefit from the maturation of unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) technology, with applications ranging from airport inspections to bird control and drone delivery.

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Charlie Bravo Aviation

Simply speaking, Charlie Bravo Aviation “pushes tin.” The company combines hard work and integrity with innovative marketing and in-depth industry analysis to buy and sell corporate aircraft better than anyone else. Located just outside Austin, Texas, Charlie Bravo is an aviation consulting company and a broker and dealer of pre-owned jets, turboprops and rotorcraft.

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