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Gulfstream’s new fly-by-wire jets take advantage of the latest technology to make flying safer and simpler.
The new facility will consolidate activities and accommodate growth as Pilatus ramps up production of PC-24.
Al Saif Group also converted an option for a second Avanti EVO in medevac configuration to be delivered next year.
The approval covers a number of business jet models.
The G650ER flew from New York’s Stewart International Airport to Beijing, China, along Polar Route 3 early last month.
The FAA held a public meeting in Fort Worth to gather input on its proposed IBF policy guidance.
All operational categories saw gains last month, with the Part 135 charter segment once again leading in activity, gaining 2.7 percent.
The bill comes as industry has long awaited more permanent guidance from IRS.
The seminar is open to all aviation professionals regardless of aircraft operated and is free of charge for attendees, but space is limited.
The bill draws praise for third-class aeromedical reform but pushes off action on other key measures such as regulatory reform.