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June 20, 2021


The Piper Navajo was built from the year 1965 until the year 1984 by Piper aircraft corporation. It primarily used the Lycoming engines, and it was built as a corporate, commuter, and cargo feeder aircraft. The...

February 24, 2021

Private Aircraft Management Programs

Since the Inception of Icarus Jet management in 2011, we have managed aircraft based out of Atlanta, Georgia, London, UK, Lagos, Nigeria, and the Gambia. One of our management programs' benefits is stringent pr...

April 6, 2019

Global 6000 – Private Aircraft Charter

Bombardier introduced the Global XRS in 1991, and the aircraft entered into service in 1998. The ultra-long-range wide cabin aircraft was designed using the blueprints of the Canada regional jet, and the Challe...

April 2, 2019

Lear 60 – Private Aircraft Charter

Although Bombardier has halted the Lear series aircraft manufacturing production, the Lear line of production has been aptly known as the "bottle rocket". Known for its fast speed and high climb rates, the Lear...

Helicopter Charter

November 23, 2021

Jet Cards vs. On-Demand Charter Pricing

On-demand charter used to dominate the private jet charter industry some years ago. However, companies have diversified their service portfolios to incorporate memberships as well. The fundamental concept is a ...

November 16, 2021

Jet Charter to Siwa: Top 6 Places to Visit

While the Pyramids of Giza are symbolic to the rich history of the ancient Egyptians, the lands towards the west are also shrouded in primordial abundance. The Siwa Oasis is inhabited by a few thousand friendly...

September 8, 2021

3 Reasons to Charter Aircraft with Bitcoin and Cryptocurrency

#1 Defeat the credit card fees Transaction costs with cryptocurrency usage are negligible. Unlike credit cards, miners do not charge crypto holders based on the amount of the transaction. The processing fee on ...

July 29, 2021

How to Plan a Jet Charter: A Complete Beginners Guide

Ever hear people say they've never experienced travel on an airplane? Flying through commercial airlines is the norm now; we have all tried it. In 1996, Concorde's flight from New York to London recorded a sign...


November 9, 2019

Trip-Support at Nice Airport

Like most airports in the European Union, Nice Cote D'azur LFMN airport is becoming efficient with the addition of A-CDM. General aviation suffers from a lack of slots and runway/airport capacity in Europe. The...

April 26, 2019

Pakistan Airspace Restrictions

Pakistan has continued a limited opening of its airspace for commercial flights, at the height of tensions with neighboring India that saw both countries carry out air raids inside each other's territories for ...

April 15, 2019

Dubai International Airport (DXB) Airport Runway Closure

Dubai’s southern runway (RWY 12R/30L) will be closed from Apr 16 to May 30 for Runway Rehabilitation. This project will strengthen and resurface the runway and the adjacent taxiway involving the placement ...

February 12, 2019

Trip – Support – NAT OPS – contingency – weather deviation Special Procedures

Hi All, Please allow me to welcome you to our new blog on the NAT High-Level Altitude, changes to contingency and weather deviation procedures, which will go into effect In March of 2019. These changes in the p...