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China was forced to delay compliance because it became clear that there would be an insufficient number of aircraft not appropriately equipped by year-end.
Latest UBS Index increased 10 percent from the previous survey, led by small cabin market gains.
Blink and Wijet have operations in London, Paris and northern Italy.
The Safety Standdown is an opportunity “to for us to move beyond the reactive, find ways to use the data to identify challenges and mitigate them."
FAA FSDOs differed on whether Part 125 operators required formal training programs.
This marks the first approval of the new turboprop single in Central and South America.
Bombardier is seeking full Appeals Court review of its lawsuit regarding taxes assessed on Flexjet management fees.
In 2010, he said, "I'm glad I played golf for a living, but I really would have enjoyed flying for a living, too."
Global Jet Capital claims the bulk of these purchases will rely on loans and leases.
Huerta upheld the Part 23 rewrite as an example of how the agency is working to become more risk-based and flexible.