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2014 17th Sep

Jet Fuel rates at an all time low!

The ASM Fuel Team has been concentrating on and studying the worldwide fuel trend. There has been a drastic shift and fall in prices.Jet fuel rates are trading at its lowest values last week in 2014.

Our Fuel Director says \" Falling fuel prices is a bad thing for some but a positive news for airlines and passengers as lower operating cost results in reducing air-ticket prices.\" When asked what about ASM he says, \" ASM can now offer even lower rates to our clients, which we are very happy to!\"

The ASM Fuel Team has been concentrating on and studying the worldwide fuel trend. There has been a drastic shift and fall in prices.Jet fuel rates are trading at their lowest values last week in 2014.
Our Fuel Director says \" Falling fuel prices is a bad thing for some but a positive news for most including us.\" When asked why he says,\" Because the air tickets prices wi

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2014 10th Sep

EASA: New requirements for TCO authorization

Via: FlyCorporate

http://www.fly-corporate.com/article/regulatory/new-requirements-tco-authorization?utm_source=FlyCorporate+Publications&utm_campaign=555818a42f-FC_Newsfeed_2014_Week_37&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_5f7bd916fc-555818a42f-25667965

EASA has announced Third-Country Operator (TCO) authorization requirements for all non-EU registered commercial operators traveling to the EU. This new regulatory requirement impacts both scheduled and non-scheduled operations.

It is important to note that TCO authorization requirements impact all non-EU registered operators who perform flights to the EU under Air Operator Certificates (AOCs) ‚Äď regardless of the specific purpose of the flight or flight leg. This requirement also applies to certain non-EU countries in Europe, including Switzerland. Even if the flight is private non-revenue, you will need to have TCO au

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