Elliott Aviatio | May 05, 2020
Elliott Aviation has announced a $3,000 per day guaranteed four-week downtime on standalone Citation Excel/XLS Garmin G5000 retrofits. Elliott Aviation has delivered an industry-leading 12 Garmin G5000 equipped Citation Excel/XLS aircraft. In addition, Elliott Aviation offers free avionics familiarization with all Garmin G5000 installations at their headquarters in Moline, IL. The Garmin G5000 for the Citation Excel/XLS replaces all existing Honeywell Primus 1000 avionics, including the autopilot and flight director. The retrofit has WAAS/LPV, ADS-B, XM weather, electronic charts, SafeTaxi, engine monitor data, and emergency descent mode. It also has optional synthetic vision, turbulence detection, SurfaceWatch, underspeed protection, Chartview, CPDLC, and lightning and hail prediction.
Seraph Aviation Group | October 28, 2020
Seraph Aviation Group, the specialised aviation asset manager headquartered in Dublin, Ireland, has announced the appointment of Gerry Power to the position of Head of Commercial Origination - Aviation Services. With over 30 years of aviation industry experience, Gerry has represented numerous airlines, investors, leasing companies and banks and has concluded over 150 aircraft transactions worldwide. His extensive experience and passion make Gerry an ideal person to join Seraph Aviation Group.
EasyJet | June 04, 2020
Aegean Airlines, EasyJet and Wizz Air have become the first carriers to sign up to the European Union Aviation Safety Agency’s protocol of measures aimed at ensuring the safe restoration of air services. The three airlines have pledged to work with their national authorities to put the recommended measures in place, says EASA.
Seven European airports and airport operators have also signed up to the protocol. These include Spain’s AENA, Germany’s Fraport, Paris Charles de Gaulle and Nice in France, Brussels Airport Company, Milan airport’s operator SEA and Athens airport in Greece.
“These airlines and airports will lead the way in applying the recommended measures and will share their experiences with us,” states EASA executive director Patrick Ky. “This will help us to reach the ultimate goal of harmonised, health-safe travel across Europe and to destinations beyond.”