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    • Traveling to Rio Carnival 2019: Airports, Parking, Permits, PPRs & CIQ
      by Marcia Taue on January 16, 2019 at 12:30

      This year’s Rio Carnival runs March 1-5 with assorted events ranging from parades, music, and samba hall rehearsals. You can either arrive on the cusp of the activities and dive straight into the festivities or perhaps land in Rio earlier to witness spectacles additional spectacles, such as... […]

    • Bizav pilots asked to decrease runway occupancy time for arrivals at VHHH
      by Sarah Kalmeta on January 10, 2019 at 19:15

      During its ongoing flow control efforts, Hong Kong Civil Aviation Department (HKCAD) recently observed a documented difference in runway occupancy time for arrivals (ROTA) between commercial and business/GA operators... […]

    • Economic Sanctions – How they impact business aviation
      by Kathy Self on January 9, 2019 at 16:23

      In the world of global business aviation, understanding economic sanctions regulations (both comprehensive and targeted) is important in order to reduce an operators’ exposure to significant fines and potential criminal penalties. […]

    • ADS-B for 2019 and Beyond
      by Jason Davidson on January 3, 2019 at 20:30

      As we enter 2019, we’re now less than a year away from the United States implementation of ADS-B. With the 2020 mandates looming right around the corner, more countries have posted ADS-B mandates, some of which are broken into a phased release in 2019 and 2020. The following is an overview of what ADS-B is, which countries already require ADS-B and those who have upcoming mandates: 1. Understand ADS-B ADS stands for “Automatic Dependent Surveillance” – a surveillance capability used for tracking aircraft. There are two commonly recognized types of ADS: ADS-B (broadcast) and ADS-C (ContRact). ADS-C is broadcast on a […]