Interviews with people of interest in aerospace, including those in industry, government and AIN’s “Bizav Warriors.” Topics include announcements of personnel changes, awards and final departures.
<b>Bob Blouin</b>, former senior v-p of operations for NBAA and current president of the Greater Washington Business Aviation Association, formed SkyGroup
Even though Ellen Engleman Conners vowed last December that she would serve out the remainder of her term on the NTSB as a member “and not be tied down as
<b>Pierre Clostermann</b>, French World War II ace, aviation executive, author and politician, died on March 22 in France.
The <i>National Aviation Hall of Fame</i> named the <b>American Society of Aviation Artists</b> as the recipient of its 2006 Milton Caniff Spirit of Flight
<b>Dan Colussy</b> was named interim CEO of Bethesda, Md.-based <i>Iridium Satellite</i>, replacing <b>Carmen Lloyd</b>, who retired.
A day after Teal Group lead analyst Richard Aboulafia was quoted in the International Herald Tribune as saying the nascent very light jet (VLJ) market has
More than a few business aviation technicians have expressed frustration that NBAA doesn’t represent them and their interests, maintaining, instead, that t
In mid-2002, former Pilatus Business Aircraft COO Thomas Bosshard was named president and CEO of that U.S.
Raytheon Aircraft joined Gulfstream Aerospace as the only major business aircraft OEMs to elevate the head of product support to the presidential level.
Legendary 1950s/1960s test pilot Scott Crossfield died alone in his Cessna T210 when it crashed in Georgia on April 19.