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Slated for service entry in 2028, the company’s newly renamed HyperStar will have a top speed of Mach 5 at 80,000 feet and 7,000-nm range.
CAE’s Next Generation Training System is part of several initiatives underway to cement the company’s position in the training market.
Armed with a toolbox, these techs travel with the aircraft and serve in the cabin, too.
An inside refresh readies this venerable FBO for a sold-out NBAA static display crowd.
King Air 350 owners will be able to achieve jet performance with the new engine upgrade, according to Blackhawk.
To attain certification, Victor completed an on-site audit where Argus deemed the charter provider knowledgeable on industry regulations and standards.
The “Aircraft for Sale” section on the company’s website is just the beginning of the revamp.
According to Hearst, this acquisition continues its diversification into data and information-based companies.
Opa-Locka Executive-based Fontainebleau Aviation’s new expansion project will nearly double the size of the service provider’s complex.
Conklin & de Decker’s upgrade for the financial planning software includes data for new aircraft and a five-year analysis format.