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Zika Virus Update: Hong Kong Begins Disinsection Requirement

June 1, 2017 | bevel wise

Although rarely featured on the nightly news anymore, the Zika Virus continues to be problematic for many countries seeking to keep the virus – and its winged hosts – out. Aircraft operators transiting area(s) with confirmed cases continue to be

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Welcome Our New Southern California Regional Manager Thierry Gonzalez Lopez

April 1, 2017 | bevel wise

Serving nearly 2,000 aircraft in 2016 alone, Immaculate Flight’s Southern California operation is a 24/7, 365 day a year production of epic proportions, and to ensure it all runs safely – and without sacrificing quality –  requires a

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Zika Virus Update: Italy Cabin Disinsection Requirements

March 22, 2016 | bevel wise

With the rapid spread of the Zika Virus continuing unabated, the entire aviation community is now being asked to do its part to help put an end to the disease’s spread, and while many countries far removed from the epicenter of the

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Stopping the Flu on Your Aircraft

January 7, 2015 | bevel wise

Flu season has officially arrived and with it are several nasty strains that have already begun wreaking havoc. While common sense still prevails in preventing the flu, (the US Government’s official flu resource) indicates that the virus

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What You Need To Know About Ebola On Planes

October 16, 2014 | bevel wise

Immaculate Flight’s Director of Marketing Stephen Clark took a few moments to speak with the media today to discuss the ongoing Ebola situation and it’s effects on civil air transportation and in particular what aircraft cleaning

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Tips For Selling Your Aircraft – Part Two

September 10, 2014 | bevel wise

This article is the second of several in our series dedicated to providing tips and insight on commonly discussed items within aviation. To provide professional insight, we’re bringing in experts from around the industry to provide not only their

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Tips For Selling Your Aircraft – Part One

August 20, 2014 | bevel wise

  This article is the first of several in our series dedicated to providing tips and insight on commonly discussed items within the aviation industry. To provide a professional insight to each topic, we’re partnering with experts from around

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Flying with Amelia Earhart

June 24, 2014 | bevel wise

In the early parts of 1939, a fearless woman named Amelia Earhart stole the world’s attention in her efforts to become the first women to fly around the world. Armed with what would be considered primitive instruments by today’s standards,

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3 Easy Spring Cleaning Tips

April 17, 2014 | bevel wise

Is it safe to say spring is finally here? Despite some areas of the US that are still struggling with below average temperatures (we’re looking at you Texas), many of us are finally getting more sun than clouds these days. Unfortunately, with May

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BeechJet Inlet Polishing

March 12, 2014 | bevel wise

In the past, we’ve featured several projects showing you some pretty awesome results to tough challenges that our customer’s have brought us. And while many of these challenges have included restoring the appearance of an entire aircraft;

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