New developments at airports including regulations and noise issues; legal disputes; openings, acquisitions and mergers.
Swissport Executive Aviation plans to open a dedicated business aircraft handling operation at Zurich International Airport on January 1.
When thinking of the French business aviation scene, most people would probably immediately call to mind Paris Le Bourget.
This past year independent Italian business aviation service companies made inroads against government-backed airport handling providers that have long blo
Britain’s Oxford Airport is adding two hangars, each big enough to accommodate a very large-cabin business jet.
Expansion plans for both Biggin Hill and Southend Airports promise important benefits for business aircraft operators making for the UK capital.
The controversy over Teterboro Airport operations seems to be cooling down.
New York City-based Arcadia Aviation announced plans yesterday to create a $20 million 200,000-sq-ft corporate hangar and office complex at Eastern West Vi
To lift what NBAA and the National Air Transportation Association call “confusing” and “burdensome” requirements from FBOs and fuel companies, Sen.
An increase in the number and severity of runway incursions at three major airports has promoted an audit by the DOT inspector general (IG).
A new FAA policy will require Part 91, 121, 125 and 135 jet pilots never to land where available runway is not at least actual landing distance plus 15 per