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The aircraft was conducting an air ambulance flight when it crashed on August 16.
The event is aimed at helping business aviation professionals refresh or enhance their weather operational knowledge of charts.
An overhaul shop makes sense for the company as the fleet size in the U.S. grows.
Jefferson County opened a 4,800-sq-ft terminal at Watertown International Airport.
The companies are seeking an STC to be aimed at the retrofit market, for type owners and operators seeking to take advantage of airborne Wi-Fi.
The turboprop operator is adding jets to the mix.
The study’s goal is to improve efficiency and reduce the amount of time and money spent reworking aircraft discrepancies.
Leading Edge failed to conduct drug-and-alcohol tests for employees in safety-sensitive positions, contends the FAA.
Changes will be required to installations of Part 121, 125 and 135 SatVoice systems by November 2016.
Astra Aviation will be among the first companies to use FBO One to support airline and cargo operations, in addition to executive charter.