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Pilots’ concerns about Draconian interpretation are perhaps unfounded, experts say.
Jet Aviation's Basel facility is starting work on VIP interiors for a pair of 777-300ERs ordered by an undisclosed Asian customer.
The new hangar is one step in the Fort Lauderdale-based company's expansion plans.
Airbus Helicopters builds its fleet in Malaysia with more sales and support.
Company retired its last remaining Learjet 60—the aircraft type that its started with in 2004.
The Indiana airport's board voted to "self-provde" FBO services at its new airport-owned FBO, which will replace the Atlantic Aviation facility next year.
More helicopters and training commitment announced for the region.
Shuster hints that next reauthorization bill may look to create new air traffic control structure
Argus has made more recommendations covering internal evaluation programs than in any other area since 2008.
The seminar will be held in nine cities in April and May.