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Snecma has given a new certification schedule to Dassault, and they are working together to come up with an updated development timeline for the 5X.
More than 6,000 business aircraft based in Europe will need to meet higher safety standards effective August 25, 2016.
The FAA determination was made last December, and it requires the city of Santa Monica to keep its airport open through 2023.
Battle lines continue to be drawn as House prepares to introduce FAA reauthorization proposal shortly.
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The accident provides a good reminder: fly the airplane. Troubleshoot on the ground.
The 27th edition of the annual show set new records for attendance and exhibitors.
The expansion of U.S. service center capabilities marks another milestone the integration of all three brands under the Textron Aviation umbrella.
The 10-year-old on-demand charter provider also is investing in fleet refurbishment and improvements to its digital platforms.
Bolen fears ATC privatization would cede control of airspace and airport access to the airlines, limiting business aviation's access.