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Katie, from start to finish getting car sorted was brilliant,told  me everything I needed to do, car was delivered on date she said it would be, thank you for your assistance Neil

I have recently ordered a car through Jet and Denaz, who I dealt with throughout the process, has asked if I could email you with some feedback. I have contract hired quite a few cars but generally ... N Findlay

I dealt with three people: Abie, Katie and Louis. All were courteous, friendly, and most importantly helpful beyond my expectations. The whole process of obtaining a car through Jet was seamless from ... SJenner

January 1, 2020—that’s the deadline set by the U.S. FAA for most aircraft to be equipped with position-locating equipment known as ADS-B Out (Automatic Dependent Surveillance—Broadcast Out). ADS-B lets an aircraft determine its position using GPS signals, then broadcasts this data periodically to air traffic control.

At least the ADS-B deadline is more than four years away; another key deadline—for FANS 1/A (Future Air Navigation System) equipment in business jet cockpits—passed on February 1 this year. The FANS requirement currently applies only to jets crossing the North Atlantic in the most preferred/fuel-saving air corridors, but it will apply to an increasing number of other preferred air corridors in the years ahead.

If you’re the owner of an older business jet, these two mandates pose serious questions: What will it cost to upgrade? Should you make the modifications so you can continue using your current aircraft or should you buy a new model that meets the requirements? And if you opt for the latter, should you upgrade your current aircraft anyway, so you can make it more attractive to potential buyers and ask a higher price? The answers to these questions vary from case to case, but the experts do cite a few factors to consider.

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