Quiet Corporate Airplanes – The Ultimate Challenge For Aviation Engineers, What About Inside?

Not so long ago, I was talking to a Beverly Hills CA resident who said they were working to limit the movement of jet planes at Santa Monica airport to day trips only. Airport noise is a common challenge these days as many urban and suburban areas with stretch-like growth have crossed areas that were once considered buffer zones.

As real estate becomes more expensive, builders approach airports. This presents safety issues as well as concerns about noise, even if the airport is there first. Let’s talk about modern jet planes and noises, but let’s flip this discussion inward, what about those who fly inside the plane a few meters away from the jet engines?

There was an interesting article in Bloomberg “Space Department” on December 16, 2013 entitled “Silence is golden on luxury private jets,” which states:

1.) Billionaire owners save no money in lowering noise levels

2.) It can make the long journey more troublesome

On the second point, the article explains that when the hum of an engine noise and the noise of internal systems like refrigerators and air conditioning units is dropped, other noise becomes noticeable, or rubbing plastic together, or a drum like sounds inside. This is not self-evident, but it is logical.

Ironically, one of the world’s largest corporate jet aircraft carrying a passenger was very outspoken against these luxuries, Barack Obama, whom many in the corporate aviation sector described as an incredible hypocrite with such talk of divisive class warfare, especially considering the man also speaks About the jobs of high-tech companies, which are definitely the aviation industry, which is the thing the United States is currently the best in the world.

Interestingly, there are new strategies to deal with noise and sleep in modern modern technology homes, and noise cancellation strategies, which work on Bose principles to cancel sound waves made from things like refrigerators and air conditioning units – which I suppose space sound engineers think of too – although I I could not confirm this.

Anyone interested in designing modern jet engines for aircraft or other uses of noise, and the big spending has gone into reducing noise, ask anyone in the industry, so read some NASA and FAA reports about NextGen General Aviation. Military aircraft designers are also fully involved in fighters to transport aircraft, and from helicopters to drones – less noise means less opportunity to listen and target with ground and shoulder-fired (SAM) (surface-to-air) platforms.

The army also wants to protect the ears of pilots, passengers and ground crew to prevent tinnitus that can lead to brain problems later on. It is a serious problem whether it is external noise or internal noise, so if you want to come up with game-changing technology, think about this problem. Please consider all this and think about it.

Additional article and note: according to the NoiseBusters website (trademark); “With jet engines emitting 120 to 150 decibels of noise, airport professionals need the best possible audio protection.”


History of Royal Jordanian Airlines

1. Early Jordanian tankers

When Jordan gained its independence in 1946, it sought to increase its identity by establishing its own airline, which was formed on January 1 of that year in the name of Air Arabia. The service opened in Beirut, its wings expanded to Baghdad and Cairo by August 1947, and the British Overseas Airways Corporation (BOAC) became the main investor.

It developed into Arab Airlines Jerusalem, Ltd., after six years, operating a fleet of the Haveland Rapids twin-engine engine from Jerusalem itself to Beirut and Cairo, but eventually added Aden, Amman, Baghdad and Jeddah. But it was not the only carrier in the region.

Jordan Airlines, which was established by His Excellency Ismael Bilbeisi Fasha in 1950, started service from Amman with Airspeed Consuls, but cash was pumped in 1953 by Trans Ocean Airlines, a non-scheduled airline that operates charter flights and contracts, enabling it to modernize its fleet with 21 passengers Douglas DC-3. These eventually connected Oman to Kabul via Kuwait and Kandahar.

Contrary to what is now a competitor, Arab Airlines acquired Jerusalem the same type of aircraft.

They competed for most of the passenger base itself, but they faced competition from other Middle Eastern airlines, who chose to merge and form Jordan Airlines for the Holy Land.

Initially, two Transair CV-240s chartered from Trans Ocean were operated, and purchased the DC-4 in 1960, which was able to service longer routes, such as those to Rome from the center of Amman. Despite the promise made by this larger quad-engine aircraft, the nascent airline was forced to suspend operations on September 1 of the following year when its license was revoked.

Just one month passed before the creation of the successor – in this case, Jordan Airlines, which was jointly owned by private interests (40 percent), the Jordanian government (25 percent), and Middle East Airlines (25 percent as well), the last that Equipped with three V.700 Viscounts and turbo-powered charter flight kits. Her reign was also short.

2. The flag bearer

Seeking to establish the country’s final international air carrier, King Hussein asked Jordan, who was a pilot himself, Ali Ghandour, Vice President of Lebanese Airways at that time, to make plans for an airline with the flag, according to the same king, to serve in its capacity. ” … a national transportation company to be our goodwill ambassador around the world and the bridge through which we exchange culture, civilization, trade, technology, friendship and better understanding with the rest of the world. “

She was named after his eldest daughter, the resulting company was named Alia Royal Jordanian Airlines. Although its structure was only completed on December 8, 1963, the king issued one additional request – that it become portable within a week.

Achieving what would have been considered merely an impossible goal, Ghandour was able to turn plans into aircraft, where he obtained a Handley Page Herald 207s chartered from the Royal Jordanian Air Force and Douglas DC-7C, where he opened service from Amman to Beirut. On December 15, Cairo and Kuwait were added the following week, enabling DC-7 seconds to service Jeddah.

Piston engines were later produced for jet engines, with the acquisition of Sud-Aviation SE.210-10R Caravelles, the first of which was delivered on July 29, 1965, and the type facilitated high-speed and over-weather services. To Europe, mainly to Rome and Paris.

Ever to fight adversity and obstacles, he again encounters an enemy. Israel took control of Jerusalem two years later, in June, Israel promptly withdrew from two of the country’s most important resources – tourism and agriculture – which drastically reduced the demand for new carrier services, resulting in lower aircraft load.

During this latest crisis, Jordanians discovered a third resource, and they themselves – and only with determination and dedication, remained high high. The subsequent government acquisition gave her the necessary financial support.

After successfully navigating the latest turmoil, it logged its entry into the 1970s by acquiring the first long-range jet plane, and received the first two Boeing 707-320 CC on January 19 of the following year, and these routes were facilitated, specifically to Karachi in East, Madrid, Casablanca, and Copenhagen in the west.

A common, albeit short, service was launched from Karachi to East Africa with Pakistan International Airlines (PIA).

Only the first 707 was among several types of Boeing purchased. Two 720B aircraft were acquired, for example, in 1972 for the mid-range and low-density sectors, while three advanced 727-200 jet fighters were purchased for short to medium-range operations. Equipped with a more flexible and economical fleet, it was able to expand into the European region and continent.

With the introduction of the era of wide body, Alia received the first two Boeing 747-200B aircraft on December 15, 1976, which facilitated the launch of the transatlantic service from Amman to New York and Houston via Vienna or Amsterdam in July of the following year, the first Arab airline to do so. It became the first of two types to be operated.

It departed from its entire fleet, ordering six Lockheed L-1011-500 aircraft. Upon entering service in October 1981 between Amman and London Heathrow, the triple engine type enabled the service of European destinations and many destinations in the Middle East, such as those to the Gulf states, with a wide body aircraft for the first time.

Complementary to the 747s, it operated the Amman-Vienna / Amsterdam-New York routes on certain days, as well as a newly opened road to Los Angeles with an intermediate stop in Chicago. The John F. Kennedy Airport sector was also upgraded to non-stop mode and some flights operated through Montreal.

By 1982, it had operated seven 707-320Cs, one 720-030B, six 727-200 applicants, and three 747-200Bs, two of which were in a combi configuration with cargo loading capabilities on the main deck, and two L-1011-500.

After the retirement of the four-engine narrow-body objects, by 1985, its fleet had centered around 747 for the long-range and high-density tracks, the TriStar 500 for the medium to long-term, medium-density parts, and 727 for the short parts to the mid-range and low-density sectors.

December 15, 1986 witnessed many accomplishments: The Jordanian carrier celebrated the tenth anniversary of serving the Middle East, the United States and the silver jubilee of the quarter century, on the occasion of this occasion with a new image and institutional name, the latter was modified from Alia to, simply, Royal Jordanian Airlines, in order to emphasize Her identity.

Ali Ghandour, Chairman and CEO of the company said: “The new company name is the embodiment of our sense of heritage, as well as our sense of destiny, of our accomplishments and aspirations, and in this process the” royal “contact that we maintained from the beginning was identified, confirmed and appreciated.

He concluded by saying: “Last but not least, I would like to stress that we did not seek change for its own benefit, but to demonstrate to ourselves and to the world that we are progressive in our outlook, determined in our efforts to move forward., Confident and also full of hopes for a bright future.”

The Jordanian Royal Road System, as of January 1, 1987, consisted of 41 cities in 34 countries on four continents.

Among these roads, there were three long-term North Atlantic routes, including the sectors of Amman – Vienna – New York, Amman – Amsterdam – New York, and the sectors of Amman – Vienna – Chicago – Los Angeles, and two of them were long-range long-distance lines, including Oman Bangkok and Amman – Kuala Lumpur – Singapore.

Two North African roads were created, from Amman to Tripoli and from Amman to Tunisia and Casablanca, while one destination was introduced in the former Soviet Union, Moscow.

European destinations included Amsterdam, Athens, Belgrade, Brussels, Bucharest, Copenhagen, Frankfurt, Geneva, Istanbul, Larnaca, London, Madrid, Paris Orly, Rome and Vienna.

Not surprisingly, the heavy concentration of Middle Eastern tracks includes Abu Dhabi, Oman, Baghdad, Bahrain, Cairo, Damascus, Dhahran, Doha, Dubai, Jeddah, Karachi, Kuwait, Muscat, Riyadh, and Sanaa.

Its only domestic sector was between its center and Aqaba.

Two common services were also operated – those to Beirut with MEA and to East Berlin with Interflug.

During the five-year period from 1979 to 1983, the annual number of passengers transported included the following: 1979: 915,000; 1980: 1,000,000; 1981: 1,440,000; 1982: 1 663 2767; 1983: 1,457,334.

3. Subsidiaries

Regardless of the airline itself, Royal Jordanian has counted several air and ground subsidiaries within its portfolio.

It was the first for Arab air freight. Behind Jordan International Airlines, which established itself in 1974, was established in March 1982 as a Jordanian-Iraqi joint venture and opened a freight service on May 1 of the following year with two planes 707-320 in the composition of freight.

Both are members of the Arab Air Carriers Organization (AACO) and the International Civil Aviation Organization (ICAO), have traveled to cities such as Amman, Amsterdam, Baghdad, Brussels, Dubai, Larnaca, London and Rome. Six hundred and twelve flights were carried out in 1985, during which 4,521 hours of revenue were transported and 21,166 tons of cargo transported, resulting in $ 16.6 million.

The Arabian Wings Company, its second subsidiary, provided fast commercial jet charter service upon request to remote and inaccessible areas of the Middle East, and was by then the only operation of its kind in the region. Co-financed by the Government of Oman (one-third) and Royal Jordanian itself (two-thirds), the service opened in May 1975 and managed two of the six Learjet 35s and one of the eight passengers Rockwell Sabreliner 75A from Oman and the Muscat Air Force bases.

During the three-year period from 1981 to 1983, it transported 1,636, 2,116 and 1,390 passengers, respectively.

A separate branch, AWF, provided medical medical service and was taken to heaven for the first time in 1978.

Sierra Leone Airlines, its third subsidiary, was formed in 1982 to succeed Sierra Leone Airlines, which was founded in 1958, and opened service in November from Freetown, Sierra Leone, to London, with joint ownership by Royal Jordanian (20 percent), interests Private (20 per cent), and the Government of Sierra Leone (60 per cent).

Subsequent expansion led to the opening of international services from Freetown-Longy to Abidjan (Ivory Coast), Accra (Ghana), Dakar (Senegal), Lagos (Nigeria), Las Palmas (Canary Islands), London, Monrovia (Liberia) and Paris, while connecting domestic flights, based in Freetown – Hastings, the airport with Ponte, Kenema and Yanjima, all with one number 707-320 and one 720 and two from the British Norman Trailers. It was later replaced by CASA C-212-200 Aviocars.

Apart from these subsidiaries, Royal Jordanian also had several land companies. These included Queen Alia International Airport (QAIA), which opened on May 25, 1983 and features two interconnected terminals with 12 gates and can handle up to five million passengers annually.

The hospitality service, which had the capacity to prepare 20,000 daily meals for on-board catering, the airport restaurant, snack bars and employee cafeterias, managed the 315-star Alia Gateway, which opened in 1985 and was used By transit passengers and flight crew. He also supervised the free shops at the airport.

The Royal Jordanian Training Center was divided into the Technical Training Institute and the Commercial and Administrative Center.

The Royal Jordanian Air Academy, which includes two civilian and military branches, which is another subsidiary, is made up of the Middle East Regional Technical Center in 1985 by the International Air Transport Association.

Many of the other concerns included the Queen Noor Civil Aviation Institute. Arab Air Services Company, which was the engineering consulting branch that helped design and build the airport itself between 1979 and 1983; The Royal Jordanian Popular Group Alia Art Gallery; And royal tours.

4. RJ today

The fleet modernization witnessed the last decade of the history of Royal Jordanian in the twentieth century, and indicated a long-time loyalty shift from Boeing and Lockheed products to Airbus Industry aircraft, the first of which was the A-310-300.

Backed by turbo-propelled helicopters with a high overtaking and flying by a two-person cockpit crew, it replaced the 727 on-road aircraft as demand exceeded its capacity or proved too weak for the L-1011s, but offered comfort with the wide body with a double aisle. Because of its long-term capacity, it even operated one station between Jordan and the United States across the Atlantic, especially during periods of low demand.

However, these aircraft were transported primarily by the addition of a second Airbus fleet, the A-340-200 Quad Engine, which eventually replaced both the 747 and TriStars.

Bonafide 727 has been replaced, in regional, Middle Eastern, North African and European parts, as a twin-engine element, A-319, A-320 and A-321 bodybuilding, while short and regional tracks were flown by another type, Embraer E-175 and E -195 double-class components, which respectively accommodated 72 and 100 passengers. Both were perfectly suited for a 45-minute period between the capital and the Aqaba resort on the Red Sea.

Accepted as a member of the Oneworld Alliance in 2007, Royal Jordanian continued to upgrade its long-term fleet, acquiring 233,000 kg of A-330-200s consisting of 24 crowns and 259 economic seats between 2010 and 2011 and 227,930 kg 787-8 Dreamliner, respectively, accommodating 24 and 247 passengers between August and November 2014. The A-310s were intermittently converted into trucks with major open and upward cargo doors and A-340s, due to not being limited to four fuel consumption engines, was completely removed from the service.

On the threshold of its golden jubilee on December 15, 2012, the Royal Jordanian provided the fiftieth anniversary garment on one of its aircraft, which re-activated the first tanker route to Beirut.

Having faced regional obstacles and conflicts, she has worked as a vital contributor to the country’s culture and economy. Because of the scarcity of natural resources, agriculture and tourism in the occupied West Bank were once closed, as it served as an air bridge to the rest of the world, and it became one of the main sources of income for the country, and for this reason it viewed passenger connectivity as vital to its continued existence. As a result, it has served, to a large extent, as a basis on which the country itself relied.

In his reflection on the carrier’s history during the golden jubilee ceremony held at Queen Alia International Airport in December 2012, Nasser Luzi said, “When His Majesty King Hussein launched Alia as RJ was his name December 15, 1963, he wanted to be the national carrier of the Kingdom The Hashemite Jordanian Association With the aim of contributing to Jordan’s progress, enhancing interaction with other cultures, and establishing relations with other countries … (today) we are proud of being the national carrier that links Jordan and the Levant with the world. “

Looking at its growth, which saw the number of annual passengers increase from 87,000 in 1964 to more than 3.3 million in 2012, Royal Jordanian and CEO said, “Royal Jordanian has been a pioneer in establishing a solid base for the air transport industry locally and regionally.”

Three E-175, five E-195, four A-319-100, six A-320-200, two A-321-200, three A-330-200 and five 787- 8 By the end of 2014, Royal Jordanian served 54 destinations on four continents and seemed well-defined to continue the mission established by its founder.


Jet owners don’t want to be tracked down either – surprised?

Not so long ago, I was talking to a wishful private investigator and was about to pursue prosecution of corporate criminals. Of course private investigators try to use all the tools at their disposal, and some of them who are less than accurate don’t always follow the well-known code of conduct for private eyes. However, these days there is a lot of information online, and the big data can handle the rest. We shouldn’t be surprised that corporate executives don’t like being tracked down so much, but let’s go ahead and discuss what we might do.

It is clear that many citizens and netizens for social networking sites are completely concerned with all data tracking these days. They are worried that wherever they go with their mobile phone, they use GPS and are tracked perhaps for marketing and advertising reasons, but that doesn’t make it more ethical. Many of these corporate executives, and the affluent 1%, do little to track their jet travel. Oh, did you hear about that?

Well, there was an interesting article in this long and epic debate that was published in the Wall Street Journal on April 19, 2013 titled; “Why Jet Owners Don’t Like,” by Mark Marmont and Tom McGinty. The article pointed out that many activists were tracking down executives of the oil company, and we had also read in the past where investors were tracking down company executives to find out which cities they went to. They may have traveled to a city where there are many corporate headquarters, and this may give investors or players in the stock market an idea of ​​the companies in which they may invest.

This of course gives the equity investors an unfair advantage because whatever the purpose of the merger and acquisition, their shares may rise significantly. There is money to be earned there. Then there are also the challenges of terrorism and kidnapping. If a jet plane belonging to General Motors, General Electric, Boeing, Dow Chemicals or any of the oil companies will go to a specific airport in a particular country, then these arrival times will be known because they will present a flight plan with Federal Aviation. Management. If all of this is publicly released, terrorists or kidnappers can wait for corporate executives to be kidnapped and held for ransom.

Interestingly, you and I are more concerned about someone tracking us to sell us ads or do some marketing, or perhaps the future of the Gestapo as the government becomes more like the visions depicted in the movie 1984. Everyone has different reasons for not wishing to be tracked. Many movie stars, athletes, and even race car drivers (as the article pointed out) are very concerned by riotous photographers and admirers trying to get signatures or block their trips.

It is a serious business, especially when it comes to corporate jet aircraft and private plane tracks. No wonder the aviation sector is at the height of allowing all this information to become public. In fact, I hope you will think about all this and think about it.


Charter for Sundance

Station agent, Whiplash, the home I live in, How I Die in Oregon, Winter’s Bone and Precious all have something in common. They are all shown and awarded a prize at the prestigious Sundance Film Festival.

The festival started in 1978 and was simply called the Utah / USA Film Festival. He was born to give Utah filmmakers somewhere to showcase their films and also to inspire American filmmakers to make and showcase their films. The festival is an annual affair held in Park City Utah every January and today. Sundance is named after Robert Redford in the Butch Cassidy movie and Sundance Kid.

This festival is one of the largest festivals in the world and is an exhibition of new works from independent filmmakers. What was once a small town festival today is something attended by the elite of Hollywood, photographers and non-people alike in Hollywood. She makes headlines in entertainment magazines as well as local and national news because she is from the entertainment world. Some of the winners go on to win major prizes while others are never seen again, but sometimes all the people associated with it want to show a movie at such a prestigious festival.

So, if you think about attending the Sundance Film Festival, but you don’t like near Park City Utah, you can get there by renting a plane. The charter is higher than the mileage when compared to commercial airlines. For starters, there is a spacious interior for a rented jet cabin, person seats can be configured in a number of different ways to suit your needs. The second is that there are no long security lines, third you can fly on your schedule and the fourth is, well, great to know that you will arrive like stars, and a side note, you will always know that your luggage is on board with you!

Leasing is cheaper than you think, which makes small trips more special. If you are fed up with your stress on a crowded flight, if you cannot handle another rally through security or if you just want a comfortable way to fly, you have it all in a chartered plane.

Rented crafts come in all shapes and sizes, and there is only one waiting for you next to you, next to the Sundance Film Festival.


Luxury private jets

Imagine your own luxurious private jet accompanying you for a romantic dinner in Paris. The same luxury aircraft can take you to this most important business meeting. Indeed, there are times when luxury private jets are the only option.

Enjoy a luxurious trip – do some work or relax. Enjoy a cup of champagne. Nothing can be compared to the experience of luxury private jets.

There are no limits to how luxurious you can try with luxury private jets because they range from super medium sizes to heavy aircraft with huge interior spaces and maximum comfort. Enjoy a movie on an audio system or enjoy your favorite stereo CD. You also have a fax and satellite phone. Until you get a private dressing room. All about luxury!

Most of these luxury aircraft have a sailing speed of more than 500 mph and a range of more than 4000 mph so you can convert travel across the country into a fast and easy process.

The friendly and loyal team that comes with luxury private jets is one of the highest levels of caring for all your whims and needs. Companion or attendees will add that extra touch of your time in the sky.

Luxury private jets can be bought, rented or leased. You will have to decide what is best for your company because they all have pros and cons. The really important part is the “lavish” part.

Whether you need a luxury jet for all important board meetings in London, a romantic dinner in Paris, or a weekend at the golf course for executives, there are plenty of luxury private jets available to get there.

If you are renting the price, it will depend on the distance you travel, but expect to pay around $ 5,000 an hour for the best luxury plane. You can book round trips.

Choose from Leer, Challenger, Gulfstream, Global Express, or Falcon, including but not limited to a number of luxury private jets. Dine on board and enjoy a great dinner of steak and lobster with a bottle of the finest wines. Hold your business meeting during the flight so that your time is free when you arrive at your destination. Or use the time to brainstorm for your shareholder meeting strategy.

What you do during your flight is not what matters to you just like enjoying the luxury of private jets. Since you got the budget, why would you agree to anything less.

After enjoying a flight on that luxury plane, you will struggle to return to a charter flight. Even the first class simply cannot compete. And with your own plane, you can work without fear that you will lose confidential information by a Snoopy person.

Luxury private jet rental 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from more than 7,500 airports around the world. Book in advance or call him shortly. They are ready to provide you with the best of the trip.


Air travel packages in Jamaica

One of the most wonderful experiences in life is the opportunity to travel to beautiful regions of the world by air. It’s an amazing sight to sit in a plane and take photos below while floating in the clouds. This is the feeling many visitors share after glimpsing the picturesque sites flying over Port Antonio or Ocho Rios in Jamaica. From this standpoint, tourists looking for air travel packages in Jamaica will do so, whether to get to the island and explore the different resort cities and attractions.

This is a welcome change for some people as they get a chance to spend their holidays abroad and also take a break from a bus or train ride. What better way to do this, than to find discount rates and reach your destinations in a faster time. Some people take a lot of nerves to embark on this exciting journey for the first time, but once they do that, it’s an ongoing event. Perhaps the only thing that will stop these flights is the high price of tickets, but with the attractive travel packages offered by airlines such as American Airlines and Jamaica Airlines, this will lower the total costs.

There are other factors that can help you and prevent you from spending a large amount for travel, see the following:

There is no doubt that one of the attractions of vacationers in Jamaica is the opportunity to obtain comprehensive packages to stay in luxury resorts and travel on comfortable trips. This is made possible by a wide range of resorts located in the major resort areas of Negril, Ocho Rios, Montego Bay, Kingston and Port Antonio. They pool resources with airlines and other companies to offer rooms, airline tickets, car rental, tours and more, all at an incredible price.

Like other popular destinations, it is also possible to make online reservations for your Jamaica holidays. Even if you choose the most secluded villas in the Torado Montego Bay hills hills, you will find options on travel sites to book your stay. This is not surprising because the use of technology dominates the world and hotels and airlines cannot afford to lose business at these times. Therefore, you can get your credit or debit card and prepare to buy your air travel packages in Jamaica as soon as a lot appears on the market.

However, you must remember to do your research, as the time of the day and the season you travel will affect the price of the tickets. For example, if you plan to travel to Montego Bay in December, you can expect to pay high prices for flights and hotels. During this time, peak season prices will be added to everything, and you may not even be able to find available flights and rooms. So, if you are looking to save, pay attention to specials other than the high season and cut your travel package by almost half.

You will find a number of other strategies that will give you the opportunity to save on your flight. Remember, you are looking for the perfect promotional offer that gives you an opportunity to explore the island on an indoor trip and enjoy the breathtaking views below. You are sure to feel the excitement and rush of adrenaline like never before, especially when you get a glimpse into the cockpit country on the western side of the island.


Air Freight – an easy way to shift


Air freight is the shipment of goods and their transportation via an airline that may be commercial or chartered. These cargoes can move from the gates of commercial aviation and passengers to wherever planes can fly and land. The global air cargo market report is divided by aircraft type and freight line. The aircraft type portion is divided into more express freight, all cargo, custom cargo, charter aircraft, and plural. The cargo line segment is also divided into medicine, machinery, electrical equipment, aircraft parts, etc.

Market dynamics

One of the most important economic drivers of the global air freight market is increased economic activity and global trade. Although economic conditions have been moderate during the past few years, they have started to improve recently. Air freight has been an indispensable tool for the transportation of time-sensitive goods, such as perishable items and high-value and low-weight goods, including consumer electronics, high-end clothing, medicine and industrial machinery, and high-value intermediate goods, such as as auto parts.

The global air freight market grew 6.9% year on year in 2017, which is more than the average five-year growth rate. The Asia Pacific region occupied the largest market share with more than 40% of the total market in 2016 and increased by 7.5% year on year, with China topping by 15% of the total market share, which is expected to continue in the future. Mature markets, such as North America and Europe, are recovering from the global economic meltdown and showing promising signs of growth. This is evident from the growth rates of 8.7% and 8.5%, respectively.

High fuel prices have a complex impact on this market, and air transportation has become more expensive. However, it also drives the need for more efficient aircraft, which only created a market for advanced cargo flights. 61% of the current global freight fleet has been diverted from old passenger flights. However, this is gradually changing and will have a positive impact on the market, as the performance, efficiency and reliability of new shipments designed for this purpose are expected to outweigh the low purchase prices for large freight transported long-term goods, especially for transcontinental operations, where high cargo density and large payloads Extended range is crucial.


The report’s analysis examines the current composition of the cargo fleets of various major airlines around the world, and separates them based on size, such as wide-body, ultra-large, and narrow-body aircraft, across the Americas, Europe, Asia Pacific and the Middle East. The market was divided on the basis of aircraft and goods.


All you need to know when traveling to and from Birmingham International Airport

Birmingham International Airport is the sixth busiest airport in the UK and handles over 10 million passengers every year. I have just published a master plan for its development until 2030, with the first major project an extension of the main runway that will be completed in time for the London 2012 Olympics. You can fly to most European cities from Birmingham International, on scheduled and scheduled flights, and the airport also operates flights It connects you with some major transportation hubs including Manchester, Heathrow in the UK, Paris, Madrid and Zurich for excursions to North America.

The airport is located just 10 km east of Birmingham in Solihull, approximately five minutes from Junction 6 of the M42. Easily accessible by car with the nearby motorway network and direct connections to the M6, M5, M40, M1 and the new M6 Toll Road. Birmingham Airport also has great public transport links to rail, bus and bus stations.

If you want to rent a car, there are six major car rental companies in the airport complex that have offices on Millennium Link Road connecting the two terminals. If you prefer to travel by taxi, there are many black taxis in the official taxi rank that are located directly outside the passenger terminals. Black taxis carry up to 5 people with luggage and are the only company at the airport licensed to operate without prior reservation. The trip to Birmingham City Center will cost you around 16GBP.

If you prefer to take a private transportation from the airport for guests or clients or for yourself or require a welcome and welcome service, there are a number of private transport companies and limousines to choose from at the airport or in its immediate suburbs,

It will take about 45 minutes from landing to reach the arrival area where you will find the Spar store if you need any groceries essentials. An ATM is always open and open during flight times. If you are leaving from Birmingham Airport, there are two check-in areas (total of 86 offices) in Terminal 1 and Terminal 2, so be sure to know the area from which your flight departs. For both buildings, check-in desks are on the ground floor of the main hall, and the departure halls are on the first floor. There are some shops, restaurants, cafes and bars in this area but the majority of them are in the departure hall once you are under control of passports and security. The Bar Gallery is a good place to sit and wait with excellent views of the amphitheater.

Buses depart from the opposite terminal 2 (Buses and Coach) and there is an excellent bus and coach service from the airport to the local areas with the National Express running service to other parts of the country and other airports. Although there is no railway station at the airport, Birmingham International Train Station is just two minutes away by the free Air Link shuttle service that operates every two minutes. From here there are links to the National Gallery Center and New Street Station which are located in the center of Birmingham.

There are many parking options at Birmingham International Airport with short, multi-storey stay, long stay, and VIP parking. You cannot reserve a car park for a short time, but you can reserve others. The long car park is the furthest, but it is serviced by a regular shuttle bus service that will pick you up and take you from the airport terminals. It is also worth checking out parking outside the airport as this is often much cheaper than parking in the complex.

If you leave something on the plane, contact the airline or lose your property, but if you lose your luggage during transport, you will need to contact the ground handling agent that the airline has contracted with. Left luggage facilities are also available at Birmingham Airport.

Birmingham Airport information provides excellent amenities including facilities for children, facilities for disabled, internet access, currency exchange / banking and veterinary facilities if you are traveling with your pet. You can also get local weather details with a 5-day and 10-day weather forecast for Birmingham Airport.


Diamonds in the Emerald Sea

The British traveler of the adventure gave Claire, who was flying solo on British Airways to Abu Dhabi, the capital of the United Arab Emirates, orders the flight attendants to wake her up to eat meals. She got her meals and woke up to prepare for the drop. Leaving and happy, she was looking forward to reaching and boarding a Gulf Air flight that was flying to Mumbai, India. Neither Abu Dhabi nor Mumbai was its final destination. Instead, she had booked a charter flight from Mumbai that would take her to an airport in the Maldives. She had scheduled a boat trip to take her to her island, which she considered “diamonds in the Emerald Sea”.

However, life sometimes puts curves in our plans. Over Pakistan, the captain of her second flight informed the passengers that technical problems required them to unscheduled landing at Karachi Airport, Pakistan. Grateful of a safe landing, Claire and other passengers have waited news that will affect their travel plans. The news was not good. The airline planned to fix the problem and would put passengers in a local hotel until the repair was completed. The estimate of the delay time was at least three days, and possibly more.

Local airline staff picked the hotel. Some passengers objected, and they wanted a different hotel, but the staff would not pay to stay elsewhere. However, they have presented a generous meal voucher plan that will allow stranded passengers to eat where they want and to provide an invoice to pay the costs, up to a reasonable amount. In it, Claire formed her plan. I decided that eating well fits visually. Why not make this inconvenience an adventure? She tried to get others to cooperate, but no one else was ready to leave the hotel’s safe limits. So, after settling in, Claire hit alone, confident of a taxi driver to take her to interesting, but safe places to try.

At dinner time on the first day, I found a tourist group. They were British, like her! A bus stretched them in front of a Western-style restaurant with pictures of their food and an English menu. Claire remembered that she watched an Anthony Porden TV show in which he mentioned things like the sign of a bad meal. All these tourists lined up like salmon passing in narrow waters. Claire decided that “all salmon are fish, but not all fish are salmon.” Clare told her taxi driver to choose a restaurant that the locals loved, and that she would pay for his meal there if explained to her.

Claire had a great time. The taxi driver took her to his favorite place to eat, where his friends hang out, and told his friends that the brave Briton was his client and should treat her like a queen! Claire was unable to understand her Urdu language, but the taxi driver explained it. They knew that they all had a strange sense of humor and liked to say jokes. Different languages ​​mean that Pakistanis laughed as a group in their jokes, and laughed alone at their jokes. Plus, I tried some meals, because everyone ordered something different and everyone shared!

Returning to her hotel, Claire thanked her new Pakistani friend and taxi driver. She scheduled his service tomorrow morning, and told him that she might get a few of her traveling colleagues to come with them. # TAG1 writer.


CJ3 citation

If you are looking to hire a luxury plane, Citation CJ3 may not be for you. Lacking all the bells and whistles that make the luxury aircraft market what it is, there is no huge entertainment space, the latest electronics or a luxurious kitchen to create gourmet dishes. There is not even a luxury bedroom or bathroom. No, the Citation CJ3 is not a luxury aircraft, but rather a very small charter plane it compensates for the methods that are calculated.

Citation CJ3 is the sixth generation of the popular citation series of aircraft. Its predecessor, the CJ2, was redesigned to help itself keep operating costs low while starring in terms of performance. It takes CJ3 CJ2 and makes it so much better by adding two feet to the cabin and extending its wings by three feet. It has better cruise speed, lower fuel burn and incredible fuel efficiency. Moreover, CJ3 is equipped with a simple flight system known as ProLine 21 Avionics Suite. This is one of the most advanced systems on the market today, simplifies the cockpit of operation, and is also one of the best systems for things like situational awareness and information management.

Inside, the cabin is 15.7 inches long, 4.8 inches wide, and 4.8 inches wide. Comfortably accommodates six seats with the option of two additional seats to make the total eight. It has fourteen windows, multiple windows, and folding tables if the team needs to do some work on the way to an important city-wide business meeting.

Citation CJ3 also contains one of the largest luggage compartments in its class with a high speed of 415 knots. Moreover, it can land on short runways of up to 2411 feet and only need 3,400 feet of runway to take off. It is best for trips that last four hours or shorter, and although it may not be the most amazing plane you see, it is efficient and powerful while reducing costs and saving fuel. What can you ask as a business professional?

Of course, renting a jet plane brings you closer to your destination by using small airports and eliminating the hassles of commercial aviation. We get you there on time, according to your schedule and with your luggage, that is what the rental will take you to. With CJ3 you’ll also get a little more power next to you!