AIN’s editors offer their opinions, observations and thoughts on everything aviation.
Just days after commending President Obama for his June 28 visit to an Alcoa plant in Davenport, Iowa, Aerospace Industries Association (AIA) president and
Some days I feel like Richard Clarke the fateful summer before the tragedy of 9/11, when his hair was all on fire as his warnings about the mounting threat
Here at <b><link http://www.bjtonline.com/>Business Jet Traveler</link> magazine</b>, we know that it’s officially summer because our 2011 Buyers’ Guide ha
At 11:29 this morning, the final space shuttle flight got under way as <i>Atlantis</i> rose from the launch pad on a column of fire from the Kennedy Space
President Obama had barely concluded his June 29 press conference when my e-mail box began filling up with responses from the general-aviation industry.
As I flew home amid the screaming babies in the back of a packed 767 from Charles de Gaulle Airport to New York’s JFK, something struck me as different abo
Later this morning I’ll hop on a train for my biennial pilgrimage to the Paris Air Show.
Most of the time, business aviation makes air travel painless and trouble-free.
At the same time as the Southwest 737 Flight 812 debacle was unfolding–almost as rapidly as the fuselage skin tore off the aircraft shortly after departure