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Britain’s “boutique” air carrier Silverjet ceased operations in May, becoming the third such airline to collapse within the last six months.
French aerospace orders last year remained at record levels but the long-term weakness of the U.S.
The National Air Traffic Controllers Association (Natca) in mid-June endorsed Sen.
In response to an NBAA query, the FAA has clarified the Honest Leadership and Open Government Act of 2007, which requires presidential, vice presidential a
The 200th Gulfstream G200 rolled out June 4 at Israel Aerospace Industries’ (IAI) manufacturing plant at Ben Gurion International Airport in Tel Aviv.
Saab achieved the first flight of the Gripen Demo from the company’s Linköping airfield in Sweden on May 27.  Crewed by test pilots Mikael Siedl and M
Government oversight and discussions about recent enforcement actions dominated the second annual NATA Air Charter Summit, held June 9 to 11 in Chantilly,
One week after gaining full FAA type approval and production certification for the Hawker 4000, Hawker Beechcraft delivered the first copy of the super-mid
The General Aviation Manufacturers Association (GAMA) downplayed a joint report on private jet travel and the general aviation industry issued June 24 by t
Piper Aircraft said its PiperJet prototype is making progress, with the first engine start and run expected early this month.