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Nearly 75 percent of landing excursions occur on dry runways longer than 5,000 feet, a chief runway safety expert details.
With a potential $100 million in damages at play, an oft-delayed lawsuit gets another deferment.
Ahead of the airframer's first G280 delivery to Brazil, Gulfstream tallies ANAC approval.
The crash occurred in Argentina during filming of a French reality television show and killed several French Olympians.
For February, the German industry data provider described the European business jet market as "pretty dismal," with 2338 fewer flights than 2014
The DO260B-compliant solution offers a relatively low-cost way for older business jets and turboprops to meet the ADS-B OUT mandate.
Aircraft registered in San Marino will now be allowed to fly commercially under Nigerian air operator's certificates.
Operations of the unmanned aircraft are likely to proliferate, and their integration needs to be done right, says HAI president Matt Zuccaro.
FAA denies NATA request for a public meeting and provides only a 30-day extension rather than the 60 days requested by industry groups.
The compay holds similar approvals from Russia, Qatar, the UAE, Azerbaijan and Bermuda.