Dunn vs business jet

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BAE Systems says sales of the Avro Business Jet (ABJ) continue to grow steadily, the latest success being a BAe 146-200 sold to the Gill Group of the UK. The aircraft will be converted to a 46-seat executive shuttle configuration and is due to enter service in the second quarter of 2010. Waypoint Aviation sourced the aircraft and advised Gill Group throughout the acquisition, and will also project manage the conversion.

Another ABJ is under conversion at Inflite Engineering Services. This is a late model Avro RJ100, which is destined for the Presidential Flight of Abu Dhabi where it will operate alongside the existing RJ70.

Iacobucci HF Aerospace presents a galley and dining area concept complete with a retractable privacy surround and a unique table incorporating a propeller design