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.
Fraudulent charters, nonexistent airplanes and thousands of dollars of absconded funds serve as a warning to watch out for potential scammers.
It experienced a 25-percent surge in year-over-year sales, to $214 million, and the $178 million in revenues for the year was a 17-percent bump over 2013.
Progress has been uneven in expanding use of designee system, FAA certification chief concedes.
Firm believes Textron, parent of Cessna Aircraft and Beechcraft, has the most leverage in the ongoing economic recovery in the U.S.
Company says “adapting the traditional brokerage model” with new web technology willl “enhance our customers’ experience.”
In EASA-funded research project, Cranfield University successfully tests crack detection system at full scale.
The company can design and paint traditional and exotic paint schemes for customers of aircraft the size of a Falcon 7x and smaller.
Stephen Foster named director of operations.
The company is embroiled in an international corruption scandal that could limit its future access to capital markets and retard exploration projects.
The oil-and-gas company is proceeding with its commitments to buy and lease new helicopters.