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.
Less than a month after an active Dubai Air Show closed, market analyst Brian Foley called attention to a 6-percent shrinkage in the Middle East
The in-development Kamov Ka-226T light twin, a Turbomeca-powered version of the Russian coaxial-rotor helicopter
The FAA has issued a proposed advisory circular that would, as a core principle, include “emphasis of ‘reduce angle of attack’ response
The FAA supplemental type certificate for Garmin’s GTN series touchscreen avionics has been validated by EASA,
The first annual CEPA Expo held by the Central Europe Private Aviation Association December 1 and 2 in Prague “made a very encouraging start,”
The time has come for each of us to mentor young people and help them get into our industry.
A Eurocopter AS350B2 registered to Sundance Helicopters crashed late yesterday afternoon during a twilight flight near Nevada’s Hoover Dam
LightSquared reported yesterday that results of testing by an independent laboratory “confirmed that several major high-precision [GPS] receivers
Year-over-year business aircraft flying activity grew slightly by one percent, according to TraqPak data released this week by Argus.
Industry market analyst Forecast International sees slow but steady improvement ahead for the business aviation industry