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Testing under way at NASA Dryden Flight Research Center at Edwards AFB in California is aiming to prove whether pilots can use high-definition video camera
Dornier Seaplane brought its all-composite twin-turboprop Seastar to the static display at last month’s NBAA Convention.
Despite its name, Luxembourg-based Jetfly is a fractional ownership aircraft program that uses single-engine turboprops exclusively.
There are many questions about how the TSA will enforce the proposed Large Aircraft Security Program regulations and how the agency will know if someone is
Here is how one charter operator describes complying with the Twelve-Five Standard Security Program, which shares many elements with the TSA’s proposed Lar
Here’s an estimate of the cost of compliance with the TSA’s proposed Large Aircraft Security Program:<br /><br />• Estimated 10-year cost to the TSA to imp
This TSA NPRM could have a profound effect on the American pilots who fly aircraft with an mtow of more than 12,500 pounds.<br /><br />Here’s what it inclu
The ASA Group is preparing to establish a pair of FBOs in Thailand through a deal that would see it take over the management of the Thai government’s VIP t
Tata Ltd., a UK-based subsidiary of India’s Tata Sons, has agreed to take a one-third share of Italy’s Piaggio Aero Industries, manufacturer of the Avanti
When President Bush signed a bill extending FAA taxes and programs for six months, the whole FAA reauthorization imbroglio landed in the laps of the new Pr