Sunday, October 19, 2014

Helicopter Fractional Ownership With Professional Management

Helicopter Fractional Ownership With Professional Management

Fractional ownership is a unique way of delivering helicopter flight services in state of the art helicopters otherwise unavailable from local charter companies. With fractional ownership, an individual or company purchases a share, or interest in a helicopter which is an “undivided lien-free interest” similar to “tenants-in-common” in real estate ownership. You retain financial and legal control over your fractional asset in a specific serial numbered aircraft registered with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA). The other owners cannot encumber your interest. The Company manages everything concerning the care and operation of your helicopter interest. It provides  professionally trained pilots, flight planning, maintenance, hangar, insurance and scheduling. The ownership experience is truly “turnkey” and hassle free. 

Schedule your trip with one simple phone call. Fractional aircraft ownership offers companies and individuals all the benefits of full aircraft ownership at a fraction of the cost of owning an entire aircraft. You pay a monthly management fee to cover fixed costs and an hourly rate each time you fly to cover direct operating costs.

The widespread acceptance of fractional business jet ownership has had a profound impact on the growth of the business aviation marketplace. It has revolutionized the way many businesses and individuals acquire aircraft and aircraft services to satisfy their transportation requirements. Fractional ownership of business jets allows companies to keep up with the globalization of business. It fulfills the desire to travel more safely, securely and efficiently and achieve greater productivity. And it makes the “life changing” personal benefits of aircraft ownership available and affordable to more and more individuals and companies. 

Fractional ownership of a corporate transport twin-engine helicopter fulfills all the benefits of the business jet programs but on a local basis. And, while the flexibility of business jet travel is often compared to the uncertainties of contemporary airline travel, the corporate helicopter gains its main advantage when compared not to another form of air travel, but to the ever-growing problems of trying to get anywhere quickly in an automobile.


    1.      Availability: guaranteed 100% access to aircraft • 24/7 emergency line • control your own schedule.
    2.      Productivity: save time; up to 80% over driving • most efficient for travel distances of 250 miles or less • compress multi-day trips into one and reduce number of overnight stays • efficiently attend multiple face-to-face meetings
    3.      Convenience: turnkey / hassle free ownership experience without the burdens of management • “door-to-door” travel service to congested city centers, small airports, private property, and remote locations.  
    4.      Safety: new state-of-the-art twin engined helicopters, fully redundant computerized systems • professionally trained, experienced crew. 
    5.   Affordable: justifiably affordable • flexible enrollment terms; 3-year term with Fair Market Value payout and option to re-enroll or upgrade • no hourly minimums • full legal and tax benefits of ownership at a fraction of the cost.
    6.      Lifestyle: healthier balance between business and personal commitments.

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Friday, October 10, 2014


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Sunday, October 5, 2014

Noel Moitra Today


I am a retired Air Force fighter pilot and I love my family, flying, the English language and teaching, in that order.
 That's me in the leading aircraft

  • I started writing in 1967, for the National Academy Bi-yearly Journal and moved up as a freelance writer for periodicals like 'The Blitz', The Illustrated Weekly of India and local weeklies. I was called upon in 1981 by the Indian Air Force (IAF) to write for and edit our Flight Safety Magazine, to which I have contributed over one hundred articles over the years. I wrote an article on a newly-engineered Lift Augmentation Device, the Vortilon, and it was integrated with other devices in that specific segment in the Textbook on Aerodynamics published by the IAF, the IAP 3106, in 2008.
  • I edited all IAF Coffee Tables from 1990 to 1996. As Staff Officer to two Air Chiefs, I also edited ALL that they wrote, from important letters to newspaper releases and complimentary letters to obituaries. I was responsible for adding the finishing touches to their speeches and addresses to the Indian Govt.
  • My expertise garnered over 30 years plus is backed by a BTech., a BBA., two Masters (one in English Literature, the other in Defence Studies) and a D. Litt.
  • An alumnus of Loyola School and Junior College, Pune, I hold a Diploma in German, obtained in 1970 from Goethe-Institut at Max Mueller Bhavan, Pune. A linguist, I also speak French, Hindi and four other regional languages.
  • I have written 5,000+ Academic/ Business / Technical articles while editing and proofreading,   both in soft copy and Adobe Pagemaker, more than 75,000 articles as Editor-in-Chief at a publishing house in Delhi, Contact Communications. These articles span the entire gamut of journalism and publishing, including magazines, pamphlets, novels, novellas and illustrated children’s books and comics; academic and all sorts of educational works, from new nursery rhymes to theses, and SEO optimised website content.
  • I was also a founder member of StitchWorld International Forum of Technologists (SWIFT), which examined, among a host of other issues, what was amiss in Indian workplace ethics, incentives and motivation, rewarding outstanding workers without being divisive and the tricky issue of gender discrimination. Check out and, both written by me. I feature in the photographs in both reports.
  • For the other two magazines, ApparelOnline and Trend Fusion, I wrote as a specialist on the WTO, particularly on the Agreement on Textiles and Clothing (ATC) and all restrictions thereunder(quotas); Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR); the ISO 9000 family of quality control mechanisms; ILO’s SA 8000, etc..
  • I have designed the syllabus for Finance and Business Studies for the state of New Jersey, USA and will be called upon to set examination papers in the near future in a separate contract.
  • I have written 40 x 10,000 word essays which are online or archived at
  • I produce clean, crisp and precise work. My work at a conclave at IMB, Germany in 2006 was so impressive that I was hired by a renowned aerospace company to write classified papers/ proposals/presentations at Company HQ for the next three years, targeted at the multi-billion Indian defense market.

  • Passed SSLC Exam with Distinction.
  • 1st in UPSC Selection Exam for the National Defence Academy.
  • 1st in NDA Air Branch Cadets written tests.
  • 1st in Flying Instructors School, Tambaram, Chennai; bagged Majithia Trophy with record marks that still stand.
  • Inducted MiG-21 bis in 1976; fastest 1,000 hrs on the MiG-21 bis.
  • Inducted Mirage 2000 aircraft in 1985. Only pilot to induct 2 types of aircraft.
  • Fastest 1,000 hours on the Mirage 2000 in the world.
  • Did 11 months flying cross-training in Germany.
  • Commanded a Mirage 2000 Squadron.
  • Awarded Vayu Sena Medal in '92.
  • Only pilot to have fired a S-530D BVR missile; it costs as much as a Mig 21.
  • Base Cdr at that Station, with 15,000 heads.
  • 1st in Staff College Entrance exam., did my Staff Course in UK.
  • Did my BBA in the UK (University of Reading).
  • Represented ASEAN in an AREA Meet in Japan.
  • Post-retirement, joined a publishing firm, Contact Communications and started commercial journalism, both writing and editing. Raised its Technical Magazine to a level where it was judged best Asian Technical Magazine at IMB, Cologne.
  • Worked with a leading global aerospace and air armament concern till 2010. 
  • Equally fluent in both UK and US English.
  • Part-time freelance editor/writer today; donate earnings to various causes.
  • Have interacted with World Leaders and also, regrettably, people like one J.K. Meclif who did not pay me for ghostwriting his book, which he is now claiming credit for, obviously. 
  • Professor Emeritus at three colleges.
  • I give Guest Lectures gratis at Lancer’s International College and Panjab College on Air Power and also on Low Intensity Conflict.
There is much more about me in older posts, so keep scrolling.