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commercial aircraft

Aircraft flown for hire or reward or whose services are available as commercial transactions.
commercial aviation
i. Aircraft operated by a commercial concern for profit, as distinguished from military or private aviation (ICAO).
ii. The business and activities connected with employing commercial aircraft.
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LONDON -- Reed Business Information (RBI) today completes the acquisition of the biweekly Commercial Aviation Report (CAR) and monthly Commercial Aviation Value Report (CAVR) titles from London-based publisher Commercial Aviation Media (CAM).
Introduced for the first time, the ASEAN Commercial Aviation Conference addresses current situations faced by key stakeholders in the commercial aviation industry revolving around three main topics; 'Current Industry Status', 'Airline's New Business Models' and 'Reducing Costs'.
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This report draws the competitive landscape of the commercial aviation, providing an in-depth comparative analysis of the technological and marketing strategies of the key players.
GE Commercial Aviation Services (GECAS) is the commercial aircraft financing and leasing business of General Electric.
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World's 10 Leading Commercial Aviation Companies - Strategic Factor Analysis Summary (SFAS) Framework Analysis, Key Trends, Strategic Outlook http://www.
Applicants with airframe and powerplant licenses are preferred, but Pemco is also considering applicants without a license, provided that they have two years of commercial aviation experience.
and The Chubb Corporation (NYSE: CB) have entered into an underwriting agreement under which Chubb will provide hull and liability coverages to Starr Aviation's general aviation clients and workers compensation coverage to its general and commercial aviation clients.
E[acute accent]GE Infrastructure's participants in the joint venture are its GE Energy Financial Services and GE Commercial Aviation Services (GECAS) units, including the Transportation Finance team.

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