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Morristown, N.J.-based broker ExecJet USA recently launched a new Web site that allows travelers–or what the company dubs “travel hosts”–to post their flig
The previously chilly relations between Flight Options management and pilots appear to have thawed considerably just three weeks after the Cleveland-based
The California state legislature added to the debate about the safety of large jet operations at Santa Monica Airport (SMO) by passing a bill that asks the
Holders of DCA Access Standard Security Program (DASSP) clearances will be permitted to operate through the temporary flight restriction (TFR) areas surrou
The conflict between Russia and Georgia is reverberating at Bend, Ore.-based Epic Aircraft, which in late June temporarily moved its sole Epic Elite Jet pr
Ahead of schedule and under budget, Boeing delivered the first of an expected 85 operational models of its EF-18G Growler to the U.S.
<strong>You said recently that the NTSB could become more proactive if it investigated incidents, as well as accidents.
<strong>BELL 206L-4, AURORA, COLO., MAY 8, 2003</strong>–At 5:15 p.m.
<strong>CESSNA 414, NEWPORT, R.I., JUNE 29, 2003</strong>– Cessna Chancellor N2UD was substantially damaged at approximately 1:05 p.m.
<strong>EUROCOPTER EC 120B, BOONVILLE, MO., JUNE 25, 2003</strong>–Eurocopter N298HS was destroyed when it crashed at about 10:45 p.m.