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Business Aviation cruising at high altitude
Dr. Bernd Gans, German Business Association e. V. c/o BDI
Business Aviation - Climbing at high altitude, 20.01.2009
New developments in Business Aviations
Eric Mandemaker, European Business Aviation Association (EBAA)
Business Aviation - Climbing at high altitude, 20.01.2009
Green sky for Business Aviation: EU emissions trading
Min. Dir. a.D. Franzjosef Schafhausen, Bundesministerium für Umwelt, Naturschutz, Bau und Reaktorsicherheit(BMUB)
Business Aviation - Climbing at high altitude, 20.01.2009
Business Jets
Peter Herr, Hawker Beechcraft Corp. ; Byron Severson, Hawker Aircraft
Business Aviation - Climbing at high altitude, 20.01.2009
VLJ - A new class of aircraft
Drs Matthijs de Haan, ETIRC Aviation S.à.r.l.
Business Aviation - Climbing at high altitude, 20.01.2009
"Warren Buffet shows us the most economic way of private flying: Fractional ownership"
Dipl.-Kfm., M.A. Cajus A. Steinhauer, NetJets Deutschland GmbH
Business Aviation - Climbing at high altitude, 20.01.2009
Very Light Jets - What do regional airports have to expect and prepare themselves for?
Simon Bock-Janning, Hessische Flugplatz GmbH
Business Aviation - Climbing at high altitude, 20.01.2009
Business Aviation - MRO Outlook
Richard Brown, AeroStrategy Limited
Business Aviation - Climbing at high altitude, 20.01.2009
Tailored Business Aviation Solutions
Tobias Laps, ExecuJet Europe AG
Business Aviation - Climbing at high altitude, 20.01.2009
Forecasting business aviation deliveries world wide 2009-2014
Thomas Tatum, Cessna Aircraft UK A Division of Textron Ltd Farnborough Airport
Business Aviation - Climbing at high altitude, 20.01.2009
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