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Company delivered 60 new helicopters in North America in 2016, which equates to 50 percent of all rotorcraft deliveries in this region.
After two decades, Europe will allow commercial operators of single-engine turbine aircraft to fly in IMC, a decision expected to expand the business.
FAA said it has work to ensure "no ADs are currently being held."
Contract fuel customers can now access WFS’s dedicated internet and phone support network for more than 2,050 locations.
AIN Senior Editor Matt Thurber spends a day in all-attitude jet upset training at Aviation Performance Solutions.
The new payment platform will be accepted at approximately 8,000 locations worldwide.
According to the fuel provider, the app provides intuitive online access to its extensive global network of aviation fuel locations.
The Aviation Business Strategies Group noted increasing optimism in the health of both the economy and the industry.
Castle & Cooke's three locations along with Rider Jet Center, grow the fuel provider's branded FBO network.
After several years as a Bahamas-only chain, Odyssey will once again have U.S. locations through a new agreement by old friends.