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    BizAv Planning Calendar

    Your missions are often impacted by high-traffic events and world holidays. These can create congestion at your destination, raise costs for hotels and other services, and increase lead times. We’ve consolidated many of these dates and locations into this one calendar to help you in your pre-planning.

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    FAA Dispatcher Certification

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    2016 Brazil Summer Games

    Your guide to timely, accurate updates on the 2016 Brazil Summer Games—with information on flight planning, landing permits, airports, slots, parking, visas and more.

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      Business Aircraft Ops to Ethiopia: Airports and ServicesMost general aviation (GA) operators heading to Ethiopia go to Addis Ababa (HAAB). While it’s fairly rare for operators to use other airports in the country, other good airfield options do exist. Be mindful, however, that service limitations and airport curfews must be considered for any operation other than to HAAB... […]

      BizAv Trip Planning: EBACE 2016 in Geneva – Part 2: Permits & SlotsCharter operators need to consider permit lead times as this may complicate short notice trips to Geneva (LSGG)—especially during the busy EBACE2016 period (May 24-26).Having required documentation and information ready will help accelerate the permit acquisition process. Also, be aware of the airport slot process and availability during this event... […]

      BizAv Trip Planning: Spanish F1 Grand Prix 2016 – Part 2: Permits, Fuel & HotelsFor those planning to fly to the Spanish Grand Prix (May 13 – 15, 2016), it’s important to consider increased traffic and congestion at both Barcelona (LEBL) and Gerona (LEGE) and to be mindful of lead time requirement for charter permits, fuel uplifts, and customs, immigration, and quarantine (CIQ) requirements... […]

      BizAv Trip Planning: G7 Japan Summit 2016 – Part 2: Operating ConsiderationsIn addition to what was covered in our last article, business aircraft operators flying into Japan during the G7 Summit period also need to be aware of possible permit requirements, the customs, immigration, and quarantine (CIQ) process for their preferred airport, and some general high-traffic event pre-planning considerations... […]