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.
The U.S. District Court called the access limits for East Hampton Airport drastic, but did not find adequate reason to block curfews.
Seventy percent of the current new business jet demand will be replacement aircraft in the North American market.
Beechcraft Premier I was the first aircraft to use the Customs facility, flying directly from Lynden Pindling International Airport in Nassau.
The new program supplants the original 1967 noise abatement procedure.
The Senate would increase the FAA's budget in fiscal 2016, with an emphasis on certification improvements and ADS-B.
Fly-by-wire comes to midsize aircraft, and it is a smooth transition.
The manufacturers of business jets employ various technologies to make maintenance more efficient and thereby reduce operating costs for customers.
The Ansat, another light twin, is now also certified for commercial passenger operations.
The requirement for an oxygen mask above 41,000 feet might create more problems than it solves, say some pilots.
A rock star’s transformation into the world of aviation.