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Honda’s first production HondaJet flies, Flaris moves its maiden flight back and Evektor receives new funding for the EV-55.
The Isle of Man continues to set the pace as an offshore registry for business aircraft, with a fluid array of advantages.
Deliveries have begun for the upgraded version of Embraer’s entry-level light jet.
Equipment maker sees offshore operators as a key market for the device.
The jet card pioneer has 4,000 jet cardholders and sold 32,000 charter hours last year.
Mitsubishi earned top honors for turboprop support, while Bell Helicopter once again took first place in helicopter support.
The prototype of the twin-engine business/utility jet was pulled across the runway by 24 horses.
Registered as N173PA, the former Royal Danish Air Force aircraft is only one of two GIIIs fitted with a large forward cargo door.
Single-lever power controls are a prominent feature in the G90XT’s new Garmin G1000-based flight deck.
The company will soon break ground on a major new plant expansion at its Melbourne facility.