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Gil Wolin

Gil Wolin
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Publisher of Business Aviation Advisor, has nearly 50 years in business aviation including executive positions at aircraft management/charter and ground services companies. He is a past director of the NATA and Corporate Angel Network.
Chris Debergh, VP OEM Parts and Services, Bombardier

Homeward Bound

When it comes to aircraft maintenance, you’ve got lots of choices. For new aircraft, the decision can be pretty simple; it’s under warranty, so...
Past Maintenance Predicts Future Value - Asset Insight

Past Maintenance Predicts Future Value

It’s so tempting. The inventory of preowned turbine aircraft for sale was down near 7.2% in late March, according to JETNET. This might be...
Flying Colours’ Kevin Kliethermes discusses how investing in refurbishment and overhaul (MRO) will help you “future-proof” your aircraft’s value

Improving Your Pre-Owned Position

Decisions, decisions… with so many new aircraft makes and models coming from the manufacturers, you’re faced with some major near term aircraft investment decisions. Do...
2021 –Off To The Races… Or Just Off?

2021 – Off To The Races… Or Just Off?

Whew! We sure are glad to see 2020 in the rearview mirror. Fewer than 600 new business turbine aircraft were sold, and only 2,470 retail...
Business Aviation Advisor, Gil Wolin, Publisher

Introducing Business Aviation Advisor 2.1!

I grew up a reader, entranced by the cities, countries, continents – and even worlds – that books opened to this suburban dweller.  That love...
Illegal Air Charter – Is It Worth the Risk?

Illegal Air Charter – Is It Worth the Risk?

Great question – particularly now, when seven worldwide business aviation trade groups have united to inform you about the dangers inherent in illegal charter,...
Shaesta Waiz-Solo Inspiration

Solo Inspiration

A lot can happen in three years. That’s how long it’s been since Shaesta Waiz became the youngest woman to fly solo around the...
Artificial Intelligence and Your Aircraft

Artificial Intelligence and Your Aircraft

Remember Mr. Machine? He was a toy mechanical man, popular in the 1960s through the 1980s. When wound via an oversized key in his back,...
Designed for Speed – And Comfort! Embraer’s Jay Beever and Porsche Design’s Roland Heiler

Designed for Speed – And Comfort!

Business aviation is all about saving time –  you fly according to your schedule, departing and arriving at your convenience.  But convenience is only part...
It’s a Family Affair - Featuring:Keith Hayes & Alexandre Monnier

It’s a Family Affair

Business aviation travel has gotten very personal during the past several months.  With severely reduced airline schedules and pandemic fears dominating air travel, more HNWI...