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.
As of last October, 1,029 new air operator, flight school and repair station applicants awaited certificates from FSDOs across all eight FAA regions.
A look at what OEMs and completions centers are doing to give customers the most comfortable cabin.
Forecast includes 9,361 traditional business jets, 3,132 turboprops and 537 bizliners and regional jet conversions.
French flag carrier partners with up-and-coming executive charter operator as part of new “La Première” offer.
Clarified rules allow operators with aircraft listed on a charter certificate to operate to Mexico as private, non-revenue flights.
Price Induction’s 575-pound-thrust turbofan might be ideal for developers of small personal jets.
Includes Waas approvals and certifies the aircraft for fully autopilot coupled GPS-LPV approaches.
Strong’s new responsibilities were formerly held by Kathleen Blouin, who stepped down on Monday.
KlasJet launched its operations with a VIP-outfitted Bombardier CRJ200 and Challenger 850.
Soccer tournament boosts traffic as Brazil prepares to host Latin America’s business aviation show.