Jeff Kelley

Master Trip Owner Jeff Kelley has been helping make client missions a success since 1996. Over the years Jeff has fine-tuned the ability to quickly assess planned client trips for the best possible outcomes. He knows exactly where to go for all needed operator information and, on multiple occasions, has demonstrated his skills in solving unexpected problems that may arise during an international mission. A self described "news addict" Jeff has a firm grasp on how evolving current events may potentially impact a client's mission, and he knows how to adjust accordingly. With this wealth of geographical and geopolitical knowledge Jeff is one of the best sources you'll find in terms of advising on the best fuel tech stop choices worldwide. Jeff has a Bachelor degree in aerospace engineering and over 20 years of service to his local volunteer fire department. He can be reached at jeffreykelley@univ-wea.com.

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Operating to Israel – Part 3: Permits and Operating Procedures

Operating to Israel – Part 3: Permits and Operating Procedures

Israel permit procedures are, in many ways, unique and requirements are strictly enforced. It’s recommended that first time operators to this region allow additional permit processing lead time and understand all requirements with regard to providing local sponsor details…

March 14, 2018 | 0 Comments More
Operating to Israel – Part 2: Flight and Operating Restrictions

Operating to Israel – Part 2: Flight and Operating Restrictions

In this part of the world operators need to be mindful of restrictions impacting operations to/from Israel and the rest of the region. While these restrictions can be significant, there are ways to mitigate many of the operating challenges…

February 28, 2018 | 0 Comments More
Operating to Israel – Part 1: Airports & Local Area

Operating to Israel – Part 1: Airports & Local Area

Operating to Israel involves unique operating considerations, restrictions and security procedures that can complicate trip planning. For general aviation (GA) operators who travel to this region on a routine basis, missions go smoothly and can be set up on relatively short notice…

February 21, 2018 | 0 Comments More
Business Aviation Planning Tips: Stockholm, Sweden

Business Aviation Planning Tips: Stockholm, Sweden

General aviation (GA) operating flexibility to Stockholm is good – with plenty of aircraft parking, full support services and straight-forward procedures. Your particular operation, aircraft type and need for schedule change flexibility may however impact your choice of airports at Stockholm. The following is an overview of what you need to know: 1. Two airports […]

October 5, 2016 | 0 Comments More
Weapons and Game Transportation on Business Aircraft: Part 2 of 2 – Permits & Documents

Weapons and Game Transportation on Business Aircraft: Part 2 of 2 – Permits & Documents

For international hunting trips documentation and permit requirements are typically more onerous than for other types of general aviation (GA) flights. Any errors, in terms of permits or documentation, can lead to delays, denial of permits, or detention of passengers and/or crew at a foreign location.

March 15, 2016 | 0 Comments More
Weapons and Game Transportation on Business Aircraft: Part 1 of 2 – Travel Options

Weapons and Game Transportation on Business Aircraft: Part 1 of 2 – Travel Options

There are various issues business aircraft operators must consider when flying off to hunt big game. Considerations include transportation of hunting equipment, and its temporary importation into international locations, as well as bringing big game back home. It’s best to work with your […]

March 1, 2016 | 0 Comments More