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Milestone comes 14 years after the company began delivering a VIP version of the ERJ-135 and 11 years since forming a dedicated bizav division.
The bill has wide support from general aviation groups for its many provisions, but also for the Senate's decision to leave out ATC privatization.
The new service, using a Falcon 2000, is available beginning May 2.
Fort Lauderdale/Miami was chosen as its U.S. office location to target a growing private jet audience in the area.
To get the approval, the twinjet had to demonstrate strict performance requirements to operate on the airport’s short runway.
The SmartStem system is intended to simplify important tire-pressure checks.
Projects include maintenance, avionics installations and RVSM certifications.
Both the pilot and passenger were not injured in the Dec. 15, 2015 accident, but the aircraft was substantially damaged.
The MRO provider has a facility dedicated to the repair and overhaul of PT6A engines.
The XP140 upgrade boosts the aircraft's performance to 867 shp.