27 SEPTEMBER 2010

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Article from BTNews 27 SEPTEMBER 2010

Cambridge Airport hosts the business jets

BGAD 10 (Business and General Aviation Day) at Cambridge Airport was a great success last week with over 600 attendees, the star was an Embraer Lineage 1000,  (Embraer 190 derivative) business jet, a real VIP executive transport flown direct from another similar show at Moscow.  The timing was perfect with many of the visitors flying on to Oxford Airport for Light Jets Europe (which we will be reporting on next week).  Nearly 50 companies took part either with booths in the impressive new Marshalls hangar, or with aircraft on the apron.  Besides the Legacy, Embraer also displayed the diminutive but very comfortable Phenom 100 offering an improved passenger interior with slimmer seats, a Gulfstream 200 was on the ramp plus a Cessna Mustang and various Hawkers.  Three seminars were well attended: The benefits of escrow for business aviation; Managing in-flight emergencies, travel health and telemedicine for business aviation; Business intelligence. www.bgad.aero

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