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The NextGen testbed facility at Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University’s Daytona Beach campus is gearing up for a demonstration next month that will advance
At press time, the NTSB was finishing its on-scene investigation of a Learjet 60SE (N999LJ) fatal accident at Columbia (S.C.) Metropolitan Airport.
NetJets pilots will be consolidated into a system-wide seniority list, per a letter of agreement between NetJets and the NetJets Association of Shared Airc
Jet Republic late last month launched a major new European fractional ownership, lease and block-charter program and revealed itself as the previously unid
Boca Raton, Fla.-based DayJet–the per-seat, on-demand charter operator of the Eclipse 500– ceased operations and let go most of its approximately 150 emplo
An extraordinary confluence of events has embroiled Eclipse Aviation in intense scrutiny, all without a single fatal accident to act as a catalyst.
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As oil soared to nearly $147 a barrel this summer, U.S.
Airbus officially opened its first final assembly line outside Europe today in front of official dignitaries and 600 guests gathered for the inauguration o
Testing continues on the Boeing 787 despite the now three-week-long machinists’ strike estimated to cost the company $100 million a day.
The Regional Airline Association (RAA) has joined the Air Transport Association in asking the U.S.