News and issues relating to business, corporate and private aviation, primarily regarding turbine-engine-powered airplanes and helicopters. Subjects include aircraft, engines, personnel, acquisitions, accidents, safety, security and training.
Canadian health and safety investigators charged Ontario’s troubled air ambulance service with 17 violations.
Emteq transaction is expected to close this month, while the Fischer deal will be finalized in the third quarter.
Blade app lets customers book a seat on an existing flight or charter a whole helicopter and then use the app to help fill the seats.
The third MEBAC will be the first to be held as a two-day event.
Would allow for 50 percent of costs for new investments in equipment and software to be written off in the first year.
Certification of the redesigned vertical bevel gear shaft for the EC225 clears the way for fleet retrofit, especially for offshore operators.
Certification went unnoticed with the intense focus on the shaft itself.
Honeywell surveyed AIN readers to find out how operators are preparing to meet new technical mandates.
The Baron Eagle jet card is structured differently from those in the West.
Currently, there appears to be no uniform airline adoption of automated tracking and alerting systems.