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July 17, 2015 In This Issue
News From ISTAT
ISTAT Calendar
Member Updates
Jetrader Magazine
Industry News
Professional Development
Naylor Association Solutions
News From ISTAT
Join manufacturers, appraisers, financiers, lessors, airline personnel, fleet managers and remarketers in Prague for ISTAT Europe 4-6 October at the Hilton Prague, Pobrezni 1. 
Register by 10 August to receive the early bird discount of up to $975 USD off your conference registration.

ISTAT has reserved rooms at a discounted rate at the Hilton Prague. NEW THIS YEAR - Information on how to make a hotel reservation will be distributed in the registration confirmation email.
Registration must be paid in full to receive  housing information. If paying by check or wire, the registration confirmation email will be sent with the housing link AFTER your payment has been received by ISTAT.
Review room rates and more information about the Hilton Prague.
ISTAT is headed to Latin America! Join aviation's leading association at the ISTAT Latin America Forum 12-13 November at the Hilton Panama in Panama City for a two-day event focused on aircraft fleet planning.  

The event will kick off with an opening networking event on Thursday evening, followed by a full day of presentations on Friday and a closing cocktail reception. Registration and housing will open in August. 

View the event schedule.
If you haven’t already, don’t forget to connect with ISTAT on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter. Find out what’s happening in the industry and join the discussion!
Beloved ISTAT member, Marcellus (Marc) Joseph Anderson, Jr. passed away in Kansas City, Missouri, on Sunday, 14 June.

Anderson began his journey in aviation when he joined TWA’s Kansas City corporate finance office in 1959. He held several successful careers in the industry throughout the years. In 2008 he created his own successful company, Anderson & Associates, which led to his latest association as a senior advisor with Jetstream Aviation Capital in 2011, an aircraft leasing company headquartered in Miami.
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Aircraft Demolition, LLC
ISTAT Calendar
4-6 October 2015
Hilton Prague
Prague, Czech Republic
Registration is open!

9 November 2015
Dubai, United Arab Emirates

12 -13 November 2015
Hilton Panama
Panama City, Panama 
ISTAT Holiday Receptions
2 December 2015
Dublin, London, Miami, New York, Singapore and Tokyo
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Member Updates
ISTAT is pleased to announce these new and returning members.
Congratulations to these ISTAT members on their new positions.
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Intrepid Aviation
Jetrader Magazine
In this State of the Regions article, authors John Grant and Mark Clarkson, OAG Aviation, analyze global air traffic and routes, concluding that Asia really is the dynamo of the industry for the next decade and beyond.

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Spire Flight Solutions
PW Power Systems, Inc.
Aeronautical Engineers Inc
Industry News
The Economic Times
The government today approved the signing of a pact between India and Canada to enhance technical knowledge in the field of civil aviation and deepen bilateral cooperation between them.
The Dallas Morning News
Delta Air Lines CEO Richard Anderson told analysts Wednesday that the carrier will cancel its $4 billion order for 40 new Boeing 737-900ER aircraft and 20 used Embraer E190 aircraft in the wake of its pilots’ rejection of a tentative agreement.
In 1938, with dreams of taking out one of Europe’s most prestigious air races, Ettore Bugatti—yes, the car guy—and Belgian engineer Louis de Monge got to work designing an aircraft like nothing the world had ever seen before.
Turkish Airlines is in talks with banks to raise up to $3 billion in loans for financing the purchase of Airbus and Boeing aircraft to be delivered in 2016, according to three sources.
The World’s Best airlines are fighting to bring back the Golden Age of air travel. Instead of cutting corners (read: leg room) they’re rolling out 82-inch-long beds fitted with natural mattresses and custom Italian linens.
Los Angeles Times
Airlines are using new software that transmits weather data from planes in the air to analysts on the ground, allowing pilots to avoid turbulence that can injure passengers and damage planes.
Tianjin HAITE High Tech Co., LTD. has been contracted by GAIC for disassembly operations on the Boeing 767-300. Upon completion, GAIC will provide aftermarket component support for the Chinese and Asian markets. This acquisition marks another historic milestone for GAIC, following the company’s completion of the first-ever aircraft disassembly and parts redistribution program in China in 2013.
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Professional Development
Blanchard LeaderChat
Lots of people are doing too much, feeling too burdened, and finding they aren’t as effective as they would like to be. As a coach, I work with leaders around this reality, and I coach them to take the time to assess situations and plan reasonably. Setting unrealistic deadlines hurts! Not only does it keep the negative spiral of too much/too burdened going; but missing a deadline can damage a leader’s credibility.
Culture is a hot topic. It was the Merriam-Webster "word of the year" for 2014. Leaders and experts across the world are talking about how to develop an agile culture, implement a lean culture, overcome the culture clash in acquisitions, and many other areas of culture change. Unfortunately, the reality is that most of these leaders and experts are actually focusing their efforts on climate and not dealing with the deeper, more powerful subject of culture.
Let's Grow Leaders
All this talk of the millennial situation is aggravating the perceived "generation gap." It happens every time a new crop of growing leaders gains traction.
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