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Apopka, Fla.-based GreenFlight International continues to refine its “first generation” biofuel for jets and plans to conduct the first biofuel transcontin
The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) last month established an environment committee “to represent the general aviation manufacturing indu
ARG/US is publicly disputing claims made at the NATA Air Charter Summit last month by the Air Charter Safety Foundation (ACSF) about its new industry audit
Three business jet manufacturers on June 20 separately announced fleet orders worth as much as a combined $3.5 billion.
It is almost five years since the Concorde retired, but little has been achieved in terms of replacing the world’s most iconic commercial aircraft.
The pilot of an Eclipse 500 pushed the throttles forward during a wind-shear encounter at Chicago Midway Airport last month with enough force to result in
The NTSB cited three accidents and an incident involving regional airlines as the basis for a pair of recommendations to the FAA related to pilot fatigue l
Electromagnetic (EM) compatibility testing, which has become increasingly important with the advent of new technologies such as fly-by-wire controls, the s
Keeping control of where tools are kept is an important issue in aircraft production lines or maintenance facilities, especially because of concerns about
As the British subsidiary of a leading American defense contractor majoring in sensitive communications and intelligence technologies, General Dynamics UK