New developments at airports including regulations and noise issues; legal disputes; openings, acquisitions and mergers.
The last time the Super Bowl was held in Miami, in 1999, the concept of regular temporary flight restrictions (TFRs) was yet to be revealed to the aviation
The World Economic Forum (WEF), held every year in January at the alpine resort of Davos, Switzerland, attracts an impressive number of high-ranking politi
Two airports seeking general aviation facilities have issued requests for proposals (RFPs).
For many years, Ronald Tutor, president and CEO of construction firm Tutor-Saliba, tried to fight local restrictions preventing his Boeing Business Jet fro
On Monday, April 9, at 11 a.m.
The FAA on Friday published an order extending through April 1, 2006, a flight-reduction program at Chicago O’Hare International Airport, including slot re
Future EPA spill-containment requirements for airport fuel trucks remains an ambiguous subject.
The FAA has determined that a proposed privately funded business aviation airport west of Houston is “objectionable” because it would create overlapping tr
Bombardier’s Learjet 45 has completed certification to fly into London City Airport– the downtown facility with a 5.5-degree steep approach and a single 4,
General aviation was heartened somewhat last month when the federal government reopened the “DC-3” airports to limited “transient” traffic.<br />