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.
Former Clinton and Bush officials are backing ATC reform, but say business aircraft operators should pay same fees.
The company is building aircraft structures, and testing is under way for the prop and engines.
More than 2,000 business jets could qualify for Elliott Aviation's new ADS-B upgrade for Primus II-equipped airplanes.
The newest interns, the winners of this year's EAA/Daher International Scholarships, will be on hand to help out Daher during AirVenture.
Newly purchased aircraft from manufacturer Mooney will feature a one-year subscription to SiriusXM’s services for weather, information and programming.
Hartzell is coming to Oshkosh with recent approvals for its products on aircraft ranging from the Piper M600 to the Super Cub.
As part of the celebration, the company is holding a series of educational workshops and a scavenger hunt at AirVenture this year.
Major associations representing city and state governments have passed on joining a 'roles and responsibilities' task group.
Exec 1 Aviation faces a $285,800 penalty for what the agency describes as using improperly qualified pilots.
Burgeoining traffic to Mediterranean resort destinations has fueled a 15 percent increase, year over year.