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The business turboprop segment worldwide witnessed fewer fatalities in the comparable time periods.
Measure, which extends FAA's operating authority through Fiscal Year 2017, leaves out ATC privatization, but also certification, regulatory reforms.
Deliveries of the fly-by-wire midsize jets to AirSprint will begin as soon as the aircraft is awarded type certification by Transport Canada.
Contract expected to be announced “later this summer.”
A Bell 525 flight-test vehicle (FTV) crashed on July 6 while on a test flight from the company's XworX facility in Arlington, Texas.
Fewer piston and turboprop flights led to the overall decline.
Commercial SET-IMC could be implemented six months after the regulation is officially published.
The measure could reach House floor this week.
Lider Aviação has been selected as the official business aviation handler for Rio Tom Jobim International Airport during the 2016 Olympics.
The facility is a factory-approved service center for Airbus, Boeing, Bombardier, Dassault, Embraer and Gulfstream.