Robert Moya, a former U.S. Marine Corps meteorologist, currently serves as a Team Lead on the Universal Weather and Aviation, Inc. ELATE Team. Robert is an expert in Latin America ops as well as obtaining permit requests for difficult countries around the world, including Syria, Cuba and North Korea. Since joining Universal in 1999, Robert has facilitated approximately 9,600 trip legs. Robert has also represented Universal at industry tradeshows such as the National Business Aviation Association annual conference and the Schedulers & Dispatchers conference.
Robert can be reached at email@example.com.
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For business aircraft operators, issues are not anticipated during the upcoming Presidential inauguration in January. There should be plenty of aircraft parking and full availability of services without additional security measures or procedures. It’s best to work with your 3rd-party provider, as early as possible to consider best operating options and secure preferred hotel accommodations. [...]
The annual World Economic Forum will be held January 23-27 in Davos-Klosters, Switzerland. 2,500 of the world’s most powerful and influential corporate leaders, politicians, journalists, and intellectuals will meet over a busy four-day period, and business aviation activity to the area is anticipated to be heavy. While hotels and ground transport options may still be [...]
The Caribbean is a fairly easy and straightforward operating environment for business aviation. Flying to this region, however, can be more challenging during peak winter travel periods. Aviation fuel shortages occur here and there every year, and the range of services is often limited on smaller islands. It’s best to plan trips early, particularly over [...]
This aviation blog post is part of a series on operating with an experimental airworthiness certificate and continues from our last post “Operating with an Experimental Airworthiness Certificate: 7 Tips for Pre-flight Planning“. For operators of business jets, operating internationally under an experimental certificate does not have to be a difficult or operationally limiting experience. [...]
This aviation blog post is the first part of a series on operating with an experimental airworthiness certificate. When operating under an experimental airworthiness certificate, the good news is that, in most cases, you can continue to operate your business aircraft internationally. The process of obtaining international overflight and landing permits, however, differs from the [...]
There are many important elements that need to be considered to make an international trip run smoothly from an aircraft Scheduler and Dispatcher point of view. Challenges range from setting up international flight permits, to fuel planning, to developing effective programs, to dealing with an ever-increasing assortment of international regulatory compliance issues. That being said, [...]