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Early next year, FlightSafety International will provide Embraer Legacy 650 training at its learning center at Paris Le Bourget Airport.
The sector remains temptingly elusive for the big manufacturers, and has yet to deliver the huge prizes promised a few short years ago.
GAMA announced the opening of a representative office for the Middle East and North Africa (MENA) region this week.
Abu Dhabi customer takes delivery of Cessna Aircraft’s 100th Grand Caravan EX.
Supplying training for pilots and the technicians who will service the aircraft remains one of the industry’s more profound challenges.
In 2012, the country’s economy grew at its fastest pace in more than a decade, which makes it fertile ground for business aviation.
First deliveries of the EC175 are planned for this year, but customers won’t receive the AC352 until 2017 at the earliest.
Swiss company ExecuJet now has a worldwide presence and is expanding fast in Asia.
Gulfstream Aerospace realigned its product support organization to “enhance the customer experience” and position the division for growth.
Constant Aviation Rotable Exchange add $4.5 million in parts.