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Not sure if your international #aviation insurance complies with local mandates? Read about the requirements here:  http://www.universalweather.com/blog/2015/06/international-aviation-insurance-requirements-part-2-complying-with-local-mandates/  #bizav  #bizjet

International Aviation Insurance Requirements: Part 2 – Complying with Local Mandates

Know what the requirements are for your international aviation insurance? Find out here: http://www.universalweather.com/blog/2015/06/international-aviation-insurance-requirements-part-1-local-requirements/ #aviation #bizav

International Aviation Insurance Requirements: Part 1 – Local Requirements

Argentinian Reciprocity Rate Changes - Procedures for payment of Argentinian reciprocity rates change on November 1, 2012. In order to maintain compliance, when entering Argentina as a U.S., Australian, or Canadian citizen, business aircraft operators should be aware of the newly mandated fee payment process.

Procedures for payment of Argentinian reciprocity rates change on November In order to maintain compliance, when entering Argentina as a U.

EU-ETS 101: Introduction to EU-ETS for Business Aviation

EU-ETS 101: Introduction to EU-ETS for Business Aviation

13 Things to Know About Overflight and Landing Permits in China

February To see the updated regulations regarding China permits, please see our articles: "China Overflight and Landing Permits – Part Ch

Tips on Permits, PPRs and Airport Slots for Singapore: While landing permits are required for all charter (non-scheduled commercial) operations, Singapore is not a difficult operating environment from the permit perspective. Keep in mind, though, that first-time charter landing permits require longer lead times. Here are some tips to help you with the process [...]

While landing permits are required for all charter (non-scheduled commercial) operations, Singapore is not a difficult operating environment from the permit

Canada Permit Requirements for Bizav Operators: For business aircraft operators requesting landing or overflight permits for Canada, rules and regulations can be confusing. Adequate pre-trip planning is essential in order to avoid potential cabotage and/or licensing issues. Here is what you’ll need to know: http://www.universalweather.com/blog/2013/05/canada-permit-requirements-for-bizav-operators/

For business aircraft operators requesting landing or overflight permits for Canada, it's best to work with a provider. Rules and regulations can be

VAT exemptions on Jet A-1 fuel uplifts in Europe - here’s an overview of what you need to know: http://www.universalweather.com/blog/2013/11/vat-exemptions-on-jet-a-1-fuel-in-europe/#aviation #avgeek #aircraft #pilots #flying #bizjet #bizav #planegeek #aviationlovers #vatexemptions #jetafuel #europe

Value-Added Tax (VAT) exemptions on Jet fuel uplifts within Europe are possible for both charter (non-scheduled commercial) and private non-revenue business

Business Aviation Operations to Myanmar (Burma) – U.S. Sanctioned Countries Series: This business aviation blog post is part of a series on operating to U.S. sanctioned countries.    The country referred to by the United States and several other countries as “Burma” (but officially known as the “Union of Myanmar” since 1989) has been subject to a wide range of economic sanctions due to the policies of the Burmese government.

Despite the easing of sanctions on Burma, conducting business aviation flight operations to and from Burma presents a number of challenges, due to limited

The Closing of Torrejon Airport Madrid – Changes Happening in February: After years of enjoying easy access to convenient Torrejon (LETO), general aviation (GA) operators are losing ability to use the popular airfield. LETO is about to close to all aviation movements other than approved military flights.

After years of enjoying easy access to convenient Torrejon (LETO), general aviation (GA) operators are losing ability to use the popular airfield. LETO is about

South korea to relax the visa rules

For business-aviation operators, the Advance Passenger Information System (APIS) process is generally trouble-free, so long as the rules and requirements are

Does your #bizav flight planning include international travel health risks? If it doesn’t, it should – here’s what you need to know: http://www.universalweather.com/blog/2014/11/aircraft-operations-to-and-from-endemic-countries-key-considerations-part-1-of-2/ #aviation #avgeek #bizjet #endemic

Understanding Yellow Fever Vaccination Requirements for Business Aircraft Travel

Arranging Jet Fuel: 6 Tips for During Your Mission

Jet fuel related difficulties that operators may experience in the active trip phase include jet fuel shortages, delivery delays, particularly during peak

#Bizjet operating to #Bangkok have two AOE options, which one should you choose? Read this: http://www.universalweather.com/blog/2015/12/bangkok-which-airport-to-pick-part-1-landing-options/

Bangkok – Which Airport to Pick: Part Landing Options

UPDATE: Flight planning rule changes for #Canada – here’s what you need to know: http://www.universalweather.com/blog/2015/01/flight-planning-rule-changes-for-canada-part-1-recent-changes/ #aviation #avgeek #bizav #bizjet

Flight Planning Rule Changes for Canada: Part 1 – Recent Changes

Operations to Spain: Flight Permits, PPRs and Slots - Compared to other regions of the world, Spain’s landing permits, Prior Permissions Required (PPRs) and airport slot procedures are relatively uncomplicated, accommodating and flexible in terms of revision. Still, it’s always best practice to work with a 3rd-party provider and local ground handler in advance to obtain the best options and to be aware of any operating restrictions and local airport nuances.

Compared to other regions of the world, Spain's landing permits, Prior Permissions Required (PPRs) and airport slot procedures are relatively uncomplicated,

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