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.
Preliminary flight-test campaign will last only a few weeks to help streamline the development process; full-fledges testing will start next year.
The contract includes firm orders for five Phenoms, support and options for follow-on aircraft.
Rudy Toering, president and CEO of the Canadian Business Aviation Association, plans to retire and Bruce Byerly returns to Byerly Aviation.
Both the House and Senate are focused on possibilities for changing the ban.
The tests demonstrated technology that could wind up on NASA's planned low boom flight demonstration experimental airplane.
The new offering, which tracks tax-related aircraft activity is aimed at customers who have multiple aircraft owner clients.
UBS Business Jet Market Index is “still stuck” around breakeven level (50) following a post-U.S. election bounce late last year.
In a ceremony at its headquarters in Switzerland, the OEM handed over the milestone speedy turboprop to Australia's Royal Doctor Flying Service.
The service area is currently defined as the U.S. West Coast, but company has plans for CB SkyShares to be a national plan in a few years.
University-owned Easterwood Field Airport will receive a new FBO and hangar as part of a $10 million infrastructure improvement