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It’s true, the price of jet-A has risen steeper than a max-power climb gradient.
Boca Raton, Fla.-based DayJet–the per-seat, on-demand charter operator of Eclipse 500 very light jets–ceased operations and let go of most of its employees
Despite the financial shockwaves emanating from Wall Street, engine and avionics manufacturer Honeywell Aerospace sees a strong appetite for business airpl
The NTSB’s chief administrative law judge on September 3 ordered the FAA to pay $12,475 in attorney fees and expenses to two pilots, whom the Agency had ac
Elbit Systems U.S.
Delta AirElite Business Jets last month added a Dassault Falcon 7X to its fleet.
NetJets Europe (NJE) announced in late August that it has sold its 3,000th “Private Jet Card” since the program was launched in 2002.
British air-taxi operator start-up FlairJet last month announced plans to start operations next May with a pair of Embraer Phenom 100s.
Despite the recent announcement that the Russian government would build the company a new factory in Ulyanovsk, embattled VLJ maker Eclipse Aviation (Booth