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 new Gulfstream family is on track for G500 certification in 2017, followed by the G600 in 2019.
An exemption from user fees fails to convince GA groups from backing Rep. Bill Shuster's Independent ATC proposal.
The recently FAA-certified HondaJet was likely chosen for its unique over-the-wing mounted engines.
LABACE 2016 will take place August 28 to September 1, two weeks later than the usual mid-August date,
Reductions will begin in April, with an elimination of all Sunday flights, followed by 20 percent cuts each in June and October and 10 percent in January.
The New York company is seeing increasing demand for interior refurb projects as owners keep their airplanes longer.
The company's paint specialists will evaluate any countertop repair project and discuss solutions.
Part 91 business and general aviation would be exempt from user fees.
Diamond will build the fuselage and one-piece wing at its Ontario factory and deliver the components to Dornier's facility in Germany for final assembly.
Airframer drops improved Turbomeca Makila 2B engine, thus limiting weight increase.