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Regional fuel companies say the onus is on commercial airlines in the region to drive SAF volumes.
UK-based PIlatus distributor Oriens Aviation has relocated to a larger, more modern facility at London Biggin Hill Airport.
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MySky's new Dubai office now has a staff of 30, a number that is expected to double over time, as the technology firm adds more financia, data services
The company holds AOCs or their equivalent in the UAE, India and San Marino.
While one business aviation market participant expressed optimism about Saudi Arabia, another said the kingdom is not doing as well as it should.
A dearth of available aircraft has seen it turn away charter opportunities.
Private jet travel is rebounding 'incredibly fast' post-pandemic in the Middle East and North Africa region, according to UAS International Trip Support.
The company estimates the Middle East brokerage market has reached critical mass, with at least 30 competitors.
The seed of the idea to offer fully certified air ambulance dovetailed with the launch of a state-of-the-art medical center in Amman, Jordan.