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Key milestone in the airworthiness testing of AeroMobil latest model Flying Car

The AeroMobil Company, developer of the new ultra-high-end vehicle equally at home on the road or in the sky, announced details of the recently completed phase of its AeroMobil flying car flight testing. When commercially introduced in 2023, The AeroMobil will have undergone over a decade of design and development, including flight testing of three functional prototypes and over 300,000 hours of e...

Full Service FBO at Bratislava Airport launched by ABS Jets

ABS Jets has recently been approved by the Bratislava Airport Authority to provide full scale FBO services at Bratislava Airport . ABS Jets has operated in Bratislava since 2009, supervising business aviation ground handling services. This marks 10 years since ABS Jets established its Bratislava base to support its own fleet and supervise VIP handling services for private jet operators. ABS J...

AeroMobil, Unique Limited Edition Flying Car, Launched at Top Marques Show

AeroMobil, an advanced engineering company, has unveiled the new model of the AeroMobil Flying Car at Top Marques Monaco, the world’s most exclusive supercar show. This launch fulfils the company’s commitment to deliver a commercially available flying car in 2017 and be ready to take pre-orders for the limited first edition. The unveiling of the ground breaking AeroMobil underlines its...

Comlux sells an Airbus ACJ319 to the Government of Slovakia with a turnkey package

Comlux the Aviation Group is pleased to announce that its aircraft sales & acquisition division, Comlux Transactions, has contracted with the Government of Slovakia for the sale of a pre-owned Airbus ACJ319 including a total support package, aircraft maintenance, cabin upgrade, installation of security systems onboard and entry into service support. After Jordan, Kazakhstan and Malaysia, th...

Slovakia's government outlines VIP fleet replacement plans

The Slovak Government Flying Service (SSG, Bratislava) has unveiled its EUR50 million (USD56.1 million) fleet renewal plan with three of its Soviet-era VIP jets to be replaced with more modern, Western-manufactured aircraft. According to the Slovak Ministry of the Interior, the SGFS will replace its two Yak-40s with a pair of Fokker 100s acquired from Austria's MJet Aviation (MJF, Vienn...