Cody Coe

Cody Coe joined Universal Weather and Aviation, Inc. in 2004, and has since established himself as an expert on international operations for both business jets and helicopters, specializing in ops to Venezuela and Fiji, among other locations. Cody currently serves as a trip owner on the Bravo Team. He is also an expert in hotel accommodations, having previously served on the Universal Hotels Team. You can reach Cody at codycoe@univ-wea.com.

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Transiting Papua New Guinea – Operational Tips for Bizav

Transiting Papua New Guinea – Operational Tips for Bizav

The independent state of Papua New Guinea is located in the southwestern Pacific Ocean and shares an island with the Indonesian province of West Papua. While Port Moresby (AYPY) is the primary destination for most general aviation (GA) operations to Papua, the country also has many domestic airfields available. Operators heading to Papua need to […]

June 19, 2017 | 0 Comments More
Kuala Lumpur - Which Airport to Choose

Kuala Lumpur – Which Airport to Choose

Corporate traffic to Kuala Lumpur Malaysia remains strong with steady movements. Both area airports, available to general aviation (GA), are convenient and good options although each has its pros and cons to consider. The following is an overview of what you need to know: 1. Kuala Lumpur has three airports Although Simpang (WMKF) is not […]

September 19, 2016 | 0 Comments More
Ops Planning for High-Traffic GA Events – Part 2: Contingency Planning

Ops Planning for High-Traffic GA Events – Part 2: Contingency Planning

While there’s almost always a way to set up a short notice general aviation (GA) flight to any major high-traffic event, the best options and the most hassle free experience are available to those who plan early and have Plan B contingency options in place…

July 20, 2016 | 0 Comments More
Ops Planning for High-Traffic GA Events – Part 1: Preplanning Tips

Ops Planning for High-Traffic GA Events – Part 1: Preplanning Tips

When high-traffic events—such as certain international sporting, political, economic and religious events—take place, additional challenges come into play when planning general aviation (GA) operations. This is especially true for events that bring in an influx of GA traffic…

July 13, 2016 | 0 Comments More
BizAv Planning Tips: 2016 Bahrain Grand Prix

BizAv Planning Tips: 2016 Bahrain Grand Prix

This year’s Bahrain Formula One Grand Prix takes place April 1 – 3 at the Sakhir Circuit, the only true desert race track in the Formula One calendar. This modern facility, completely surrounded by sand, is a unique setting for a very popular event. We recommend that general aviation (GA) operators planning to attend the […]

March 9, 2016 | 0 Comments More
Business Aircraft Operation to Fiji – Basic Information for Operators

Business Aircraft Operation to Fiji – Basic Information for Operators

With advance preparation business aircraft operations to Fiji tend to go very smoothly. It’s important, however, to be very clear and precise with regards to any changes to the schedule, crew, or passengers and to ensure that you have a stamped gen dec from your last departure point available […]

October 22, 2014 | 0 Comments More
Business Aviation Trip Planning Tips: Dubai Airshow 2013

Business Aviation Trip Planning Tips: Dubai Airshow 2013

The 2013 Dubai Airshow will take place November 17-21 at the Dubai World Central – a new site purpose-built for this year’s show. This event is forecast to attract 1,000 exhibitors and 60,000 attendees. If you’re planning on operating to Dubai for or during this event, it’s best to begin working with your 3rd-party provider […]

November 5, 2013 | 0 Comments More
Heli Flight Ops – Unique Planning

Heli Flight Ops – Unique Planning

Due to short operating ranges of helicopters, operators often face limitations when planning international or long-range movements. Certain countries are more complex and stringent than others in terms of requirements, restrictions, and permits. In some situations, depending upon route of flight and permits required, the most practical option may be to ship the helicopter to […]

February 4, 2013 | 0 Comments More