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The 6,450-nm/11,945-km Falcon 8X—a stretch derivative of the 7X—was certified by the EASA and U.S. FAA in June.
Schiphol-based JetSupport has filled in a gap in its Dassault service offerings.
The Piper M600 expands Piper’s reach into the market for pressurized single-engine turboprops.
Air charter firm has main offices in Los Angeles and Singapore, as well as sales and support offices in New York, London, Beijing and Shanghai.
Phenom upgrade only the beginning
FlightSafety provides training for all current-production Falcon aircraft using a fleet of 26 full flight simulators at its learning centers.
A mobile tower will be based on the ramp of JYO while the remote tower demonstration there continues.
Wichita was the “center of pain” during downturn.
Its products include towbars, towbarless tugs, wheel chocks, aircraft jacks, lavatory servicing carts, ground power units and aircraft tooling.
The upgrade addresses pending regulatory and obsolescence issues, in addition to offering a “cost effective” platform.