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Presenting a sustainability label to the Business Aviation industry

EBAA Ambassadors and Business Aviation leaders at EBACE 2019 If you read my previous blog “Can we make Business Aviation more sustainable?” you will already know that after the empowering One Young World summit in the Hague last October, my nine fellow European Business Aviation Association (EBAA) Ambassadors and I, have been putting together a project plan to introduce a more sustainable future for the Business Aviation Industry. Dubbed as the young professionals World Economic Forum, One Young World 2018 brought together 1850 young professionals from 200 countries to discuss world issues. At first, I wasn’t sure what to expect or what I could possibly contribute alongside such brave, stron

What does Airworthiness really mean?

I work with aircraft, clients, engineers, pilots and partners all day, everyday and we all have a combined goal, which is to take care of an aircraft to ensure that our clients can keep on flying. We are, in part, responsible for keeping an aircraft in the air. But I recently had to stop and ask myself, what does being ‘airworthy’ actually mean in our industry? Is airworthiness only dependent on continuing airworthiness organizations (CAMO)? I've overheard many different discussions within Business Aviation about how to define the common used word. There are many broad definitions and there are also many sub-definitions including: Continuing Airworthiness “meaning all of the processes ensuri

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