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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.
Aernnova will collaborate on development of structural systems such as the fuselage, wing and vertical tail.
Bell 505 JetRangerX and 525 Relentless will boost Bell Helicopter next year, but shipments and revenues this year are expected to be flat.
Aero Clubs aims to challenge the more established Wheels Up private aviation membership program.
The EMAS became operational in October.
Deliveries come as company reports finishing up a strong 2015.
Citation deliveries could near 200 in 2016, while revenues are projected to climb to $5.1 billion.
Shipments of “green” Gulfstreams will decrease by about 6 percent this year, though revenues are expected to climb thanks to a better mix.
A Norsk Luftambulanse pilot has invented a sensing unit comprising three cameras, a thermometer and a barometer.