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“Try and Fly” promotion waives the landing fee, halves parking fees for up to a week and offers a fuel dicsount for first-time users of the airport.
The new FBOs are located in California, Australia, Singapore, Texas and South Carolina.
Aspen/Pitken is listed among the most challenging airports to operate at with steep approaches.
Operators can see price reductions of as much as 18 percent.
Rule allows pilots of airplanes with enhanced flight vision systems to fly certain IFR approaches all the way to landing “in lieu of natural vision”
While the 12-month trend is slightly positive, flying is still trailing the pre-crisis 2008 benchmark by more than 15 percent.
Pilot training is entering a new era thanks to rapid advances in technology and lower cost training tools.
The Maine-based FBO completed a 2-year expansion project on its terminal and hangar areas.
Results by operational category were positive across the board, with Part 135 and fractional activity each climbing by 4 percent from a year ago.
The Battle for ATC privatization is expected to resume according to NBAA head Ed Bolen.