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The U.S FAA approved the new BBJ winglets following a nearly four month flight-test program.
With just one hurdle to go now, Biggin Hill is looking forward to longer opening hours that will be a huge boost in attracting overseas visitors.
French manufacturer is building solid customer support base worldwide.
Initial fabrication begins on Longitude as Cessna awaits Latitude certification in next few weeks.
The new customs service allows international business jet arrivals to land directly at Van Nuys Airport instead of at LAX.
Company plans to use ground testing and greater flight test approval authority to optimize certification
Amac Aerospace is expanding its Swiss and Turkish operations.
European tour follows six-airport visit in Japan that attracted 10,000 people.
European fractional will have four of the super-midsize jets in its fleet by year-end.
The airplane made the journey here from the company’s base in São José dos Campos, Brazil, in 12 hours 36 minutes.