Physical geography

April 9, 2007 - 7:25am

There will be no NBAA Convention or any other major conventions in New Orleans this year. In the aftermath of the unbelievable destruction of Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans officials said it could take months before residents, let alone visitors, would be allowed back into the devastated city.

April 2, 2007 - 12:31pm

With Florida’s tropical Everglades as the theme, Jet Aviation designers and interior artisans recently delivered a refurbished Falcon 20 to a Florida-based private owner. The tropical motif includes a custom-woven carpet of pale green with darker green tropical foliage, a sea turtle and alligator. The cabin sidewall coverings are of a wicker rattan design.

January 31, 2007 - 5:45am
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Despite the fact that there are fewer bizav aircraft based in all of Asia than in the Los Angeles area, business aviation worldwide has flown to the aid of the countries devastated by the December earthquake and ensuing tsunami.

January 23, 2007 - 10:35am

Delta Air Lines last month signed a letter of intent with Bombardier to acquire as many as 60 CRJ900s to deploy with its Delta Connection regional affiliates from Atlanta, Cincinnati, Salt Lake City and New York. A firm order, still subject to bankruptcy court approval, would call for 30 of the airplanes in a two-class, 76-seat configuration, and likely accompany an option for another 30 airplanes.

December 21, 2006 - 5:17am

An Airbus Corporate Jetliner is about to get the chance to prove the value of its certification for flights into known icing conditions as it begins shuttle flights into Antarctica. The aircraft will be operated under a five-year lease from CIT Aerospace by Sydney, Australia-based Skytraders and will carry scientific personnel and supplies on behalf of the Australian Government Antarctic Division.

November 1, 2006 - 11:26am

HAI is warning its members that a dry, warm winter across the Northwest and even the record winter rainfall in the Southwest have created conditions that indicate this year’s wildfire season could be extreme.

October 24, 2006 - 7:33am

General Electric has acquired Everest VIT, a Welch Allyn subsidiary focused on remote visual inspection equipment for industrial applications. Terms of the transaction have not been disclosed, but Everest VIT will now become part of GE Inspection Technologies, headquartered in Huerth, Germany.

October 23, 2006 - 6:11am

“The NBAA and its members join with the rest of America in expressing our sorrow and concern for the people affected by this terrible tragedy,” said NBAA president and CEO Ed Bolen. “It is unfortunate that we have no choice but to move our convention. However, we look forward to returning to New Orleans when the city is again ready to accommodate our event.”

October 18, 2006 - 1:48pm

Bell 206B JetRanger, New Orleans, Sept. 7, 2005–A JetRanger photo flight operated by Helitrans of Manvel, Texas, crashed while maneuvering within the New Orleans temporary flight restricted area established after Hurricane Katrina. At “approximately 500 feet and 40 knots in a left turn,” the JetRanger’s nose “pitched up and began to turn right.”

October 5, 2006 - 8:27am

Bristow Helicopters subsidiary Aviashelf has achieved the first certification of a HUMS (health and usage monitoring system) fitted to a Mil Mi-8, by the Russian Federal Aviation Authority.

 
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