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Christmas came early for Embraer.
Six months ago, business aircraft manufacturers were publicly confident that their backlog of new aircraft orders stretching well into the next decade woul
The inaugural NBAA Light Business Airplane Conference (LBA2009) scheduled in March in San Diego will be held over the course of two days (March 13 and 14)
One of the chief architects of the 2003 demolition of Chicago’s Meigs Field has been arrested on federal bribery, corruption and fraud charges that include
Dassault on Friday downgraded its 2008 delivery planning for Falcons, citing new FAA “constraints.” The manufacturer said the delivery rate increase that w
The NTSB released a new <link _blank>safety alert</link> warning pilots not to wait for ice to build before inflating de-
New air quality regulations issued by the California Environmental Protection Agency may lead to similar restrictions in other states, according to the Nat
Independent maintenance provider Global Aviation of Hillsboro, Ore., has promoted Brian Lockhart to vice president.
The UK Civil Aviation Authority has approved Gulfstream’s factory-owned London Luton service center to maintain Gulfstream G150s registered with the EASA.