We pick the movers and shakers, those who are helping create demand for business aviation through clever manufacturing and innovation, those who are influential in polishing business aviation’s image with the public and politicians alike, and those who are fighting to protect it from unfair regulation.
The winners include an executive who’s fighting the European Union’s emissions scheme and the man responsible for London’s air safety during the Olympics.
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