NBAA Convention News 2009

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Three GE engine developments in full swing

GE is here with three major programs at various stages of development.
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Lear 60 joins Lear4Ever family

Stevens Aviation (Booth No.

Integrated FBO chain ready to grow again

Atlantic Aviation came to this year’s NBAA show with an expanded exhibit and confidence in the future of the company’s 72 U.S.

Industry poised for takeoff

Mid-show through this year’s NBAA Convention, the general mood, at least among exhibitors, was one of both cautious optimism and lowered expectations.

F’boro show organizer looks to sweeten the pot

If you’re looking for a positive sign that international business is alive and well, the news from Farnborough International Ltd.

Flight Options opts for Aircell’s high-speed Internet systems

Flight Options plans to equip most of its fleet of fractionally owned business jets with Aircell’s high-speed Internet system, a decision that will give th

P&WC focused on strength

John Saabas, president of engine manufacturer Pratt & Whitney Canada (P&WC), is focused on strengthening the company so that, he said, “we come out
Maintenance and Modifications

JSSI reflects on its 20 years

JSSI, the hourly-cost airframe and engine maintenance provider, is marking 20 years since its founding and 20 years displaying at the NBAA Conventions.

Primus Elite TSO’d, ready for deliveries

Honeywell said it has received European TSO approval for Primus Elite, a newly introduced display system that is intended to provide an upgrade path for ai