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The Transportation Department watchdog begins audit as the FAA readies requirements for next contract bid for Future Flight Service Program.
The consequence is reduced production of medium and heavy helicopters.
As the new president of product support, Zimmerman is stepping into a role that has been a path to the top slot at Gulfstream.
Having two pilots yields only a slight safety advantage.
Shipset for Comac C919 includes an inlet, fan cowl, O-Duct, inner fixed structure, electrical thrust reverser actuation system, exhaust and engine mounts.
National Aeronautic Association awarded Gulfstream Aerospace the prestigious Robert J. Collier Trophy on June 3 for its development of the G650.
Remanufactured aircraft are beginning to enter resale market as the Nextant fleet has grown to 60 aircraft.
Very light jet was originally fitted with a 1,460-pound-thrust Pratt & Whitney Canada PW610F.
Risk-based decision-making initiative follows “significant progress” in improving runway safety at U.S. airports over the past 15 years,
The company operated the twin turboprop on at least 300 flights when the aircraft was not in compliance with the FARs, the agency contends.