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.
In amicus briefs, NATA and NBAA asked the Supreme Court to review Bombardier's case of aircraft management fee taxes.
The 604 lost control and plunged possibly as much as 25,000 feet after passing 1,000 feet of a 'large transport category airport."
The twinjet—registered as N702GL—reached an altitude of 13,600 feet and speeds up to 256 knots during the maiden flight.
African aviation officials still try to impose inappropriate rules for commercial airlines on the continent's growing business aviation community.
The aircraft set records on its flights between California and Hawaii while carrying passengers from AirSprint.
Drones are being used as tools by large insurance companies, but should their operators join the flight department?
The 2017 NBAA business aviation finance, registration and legal conference buzzed with renewed energy.
Financiers, insurance brokers and aviation lawyers are seeing an uptick in business jet transactions in 2017.
Air Methods had been under pressure from dissident shareholders to increase the value of its stock, including exploring a possible sale of the company.
Proposal follows meeting earlier this year between President Donald Trump and the airlines.