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The regional directories for business aviation

The Handbooks of Business Aviation are the definitive reference books for operators of turbine helicopters, twin engine aircraft and business jets:

  • Europe, Russia, the Middle East and Africa
  • Asia Pacific and Australasia
  • South and Central America and the Caribbean.

The next editions will be published in May, June and July 2015, and we are currently taking advertising bookings.

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Airports  
Essential airport data, listing FBOs and handlers, based charter operators and maintenance providers: 3,164 airports.
  Aircraft  
Fixed wing and rotary business aircraft in operation. Links for manufacturers and sales agents, charter and maintenance companies, and TRTOs for each.
  Charter  
Contact information and fleet data for charter operators.
  Maintenance  
Contact details and capabilities for licensed base maintenance centres.
  Industry  
Essential services for business aircraft owners and operators including: Aircraft Management, Charter Brokers, Flight Support, Fuel, Pre-owned Aircraft, Pre-owned Helicopters... and many other categories.

Or see our overviews of the major countries:

 
 
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Founded in 1939, Pilatus Aircraft Ltd is the only Swiss company to develop, produce and sell aircraft to customers around the world: from the legendary Pilatus Porter PC-6 to the PC-12, and the PC-21, the training system of the future. Pilatus is currently developing the PC-24 – the world’s first ever business jet for use on short unmade runways.


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