News and issues relating to business, corporate and private aviation, primarily regarding turbine-engine-powered airplanes and helicopters. Subjects include aircraft, engines, personnel, acquisitions, accidents, safety, security and training.
Facility is one of six at Tulsa International
Numerous groups weigh in opposition as the House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee debated the FAA reauthorization bill.
The Baltic Air Charter Association commissioned a study of its membership, finding two-thirds of its 220 members operate 719 aircraft.
GAMA argues that the court erred in finding that the Town of East Hampton need not comply with the Airport Noise and Capacity Act.
The Swiss company in partnership with Saudia Arabia's National Air Services, is expanding its operations into the Royal terminal at the capital's airport
Avionics supplier says TopMax would sell for half the price of a HUD.
Polish company expects to begin engine testing on the five-seat single-engine jet later this month in anticipation of first flight this spring.
The mixed results come as piston and turboprop deliveries slump, but new light and mid-size jets enter service.
He now oversees sales for service centers, parts services, component repair/overhaul and smart services, as well as sales support and service planning.
FBOs in the San Francisco bay area and beyond saw an influx of private aviation traffic, all heading towards this year's NFL championship game.