New developments at airports including regulations and noise issues; legal disputes; openings, acquisitions and mergers.
Officials have decided to bring the tony community gateway to full Group III Airport status by moving its 8,000 foot runway.
When completed in 2018, the new airport will be the first replacment airport built in the U.S. since 2011.
Falcon 7X, Gulfstream IV and Challenger 850 now allowed. Tougher noise limits exclude older types.
$5.6 million facility will be adaptable to future workloads, technologies and operational needs.
The new list includes some additions as well as some deletions.
W Aviation, one of four service providers at Florida’s Fort Lauderdale Executive Airport has broken ground on its new FBO complex.
The projects are part of an agency effort to identify and mitigate incursion risks.
Smog envelops large swaths of Indonesia, Malaysia
NBAA Business Aviation Regional Forum arrives in St. Louis
Industry is still working on stumbling blocks, such as the ASO requirement, 10 years after business aviation returned to DCA.