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Air-Care International’s Facts training division has added a new simulator to its stable of cabin safety training devices, an in-flight fire trainer.
by <b><i>Matt Thurber</i></b>
If attendance numbers and enthusiasm of those who flocked to San Diego in mid-June for the <a href="http://www.nbaa.org/even
Jeppesen president and CEO Mark Van Tine in July questioned the Transportation Security Administration’s use of security directives to vastly expand existi
The Transportation Security Administration has added several new FBOs as approved gateways for general aviation operators using the DCA Access Standard Sec
The presidents of six general aviation associations have asked the head of the Transportation Security Administration (TSA) to help soften the financial im
Flight, duty and rest regulations currently being finalized for Part 121 airlines “can very well migrate over to the Part 135” on-demand sector, John Allen
“<a href="http://online.wsj.com/article/SB10001424052748703551304576260871791710428.html?KEYWORDS=corporate+jets">Corporate Jet Set: Leisure vs.
In response to a Senate committee request, the U.S.
The National Air Transportation Association (NATA) has formally responded to the FAA’s proposed rulemaking that would require all commercially served airpo
Six aviation associations–NBAA, AOPA, NATA, GAMA, EAA and HAI–in a <a href="http://www.nata.aero/data/files/gia/tfr/pistoletfrltrfinali.pdf">joint letter</