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In total, jetAVIVA raised nearly $100,000 for the Experimental Aircraft Association this year and sponsored a week long celebration More »


Signs are strong that the market for light jets is heating up, according to jetAVIVA. More »


The 2010 National Business Aviation Association (NBAA) annual convention held this year in Atlanta, Ga., was an event to smile about if you’re in the aviation business. More »


Despite an active first quarter in the light jet market, the remainder of the year has proven to be a sobering reminder More »


Sean D. Tucker’s Tutima Academy of Aviation Safety and jetAVIVA are launching their new Light Jet Upset Recovery Training course. More »


When Ben Marcus was growing up in Santa Monica, California, a vivid picture of his future was on display daily and located the length of a football field away from his home More »


Three brand new Embraer Phenom 100 jets arrived at KFLL within 10 minutes of each other. More »


There is no doubt that the light jet business is seeing a response to the generally positive economic news. More »


Fuel exhaustion-known for a long time as a leading cause of accidents in light aircraft-is a real and present danger in turbine aircraft More »


Flying Embraer’s first entry-level jet, the Phenom 100. More »


JetAviva puts its clients into the left seat of light jets. More »


The Business Journal’s annual report on young entrepreneurs, some of whom entered the working world while in their teens. More »


Timing is everything, and VLJs are the right product for a recession, claim, well, VLJ salesmen. More »


Cyrus Sigari has been selected to head up coverage of light jets for Pilot Journal and Plane&Pilot magazine More »


Cyrus Sigari and Ben Marcus will be speaking at the meeting of the Citation Jet Pilots Association (CJP) on March 14, 2009 in Carlsbad, CA. More »

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