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Buyers of new Bell helicopters now get a two-year subscription to the Web-based SkyBooks electronic logbook system for each helicopter purchased beginning
Forty years after the first flight of the prototype twin-turboprop Bandeirante (designed by Frenchman Max Holste, who also designed the Broussard, France’s
Sherwin-Williams has developed a flexible epoxy-based putty designed for aerospace applications such as filling rivets, seams and spot repair areas on airc
Hawker Beechcraft Services (HBS) broke ground last Friday on a $14 million expansion of its aircraft maintenance facility at Indianapolis International Air
The new Bell 429 light twin will have a faster top cruise speed than the previously published 142 knots, program director Neil Marshall told <strong>AIN</s
Due to recent economic turmoil, The Teal Group earlier this month made the unusual move of revising its 18th annual Business Jet Overview, which was origin
NTSB Administrative Law Judge William Pope II on Friday reversed an FAA emergency order of revocation issued in June that grounded Punta Gorda, Fla.-based
The first customer Hawker 4000, which was delivered to cigarette wholesaler Gary Hall in June, was seized along with other assets on Friday by the U.S.
After nearly 30 years with the FAA, associate administrator for aviation safety Nick Sabatini will retire effective January 3, the agency announced today.
The TSA’s <link http://www.tsa.gov/assets/pdf/nprm_lasp.pdf _blank>general aviation security rulemaking proposal</link>, which would force nearly 10,000 op