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NBAA Awards 18 Scholarships to Students at NBAA-BACE

Eighteen students are receiving scholarships through NBAA Charities at NBAA-BACE 2019

Jet Aviation Signs C-FOQA Agreement with GE Aviation

Switzerland-based Jet Aviation to use GE flight data monitoring and analytics on its fleet of 300 aircraft.
Training and Workforce

CAE Announces C$50 million in Flight Training Contracts

CAE signed five business aviation training contracts worth C$50 million.
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Training and Workforce

Jet Aviation, FSI Partner To Train Freelance Crew

Jet Aviation and FlightSafety announce new global training program for freelance aircrews on hullo Aircrew platform.
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Safety

FlightSafety Introduces Kidnapping Prevention Course

Atlanta-based Skydas Group leading two-day anti-kidnap course for VIPs and aircrews through FlightSafety.
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Avionics

IS&S Showcases ThrustSense Autothrottle

Innovative Solutions & Support ThrustSense autothrottle system now certificated for King Air B200 and PC-12 NG aircraft.
Aircraft

Safe Flight’s Stall Warning Selected for Tecnam P2012

Italian OEM Tecnam selects Safe Flight Stall Warning System for its recently-certified twin-engine P2012 commuter aircraft.
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StandardAero Sees Bumper Year for MRO Services

StandardAero president of Business Aviation Marc Drobny said the company is poised to double its business, reaching $4 billion in revenue in 2019.
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Avionics

Astronics Showcasing Million-Miler EVS

Astronics is displaying a Max-Viz Enhanced Vision System (EVS) that logged 1.1 million miles in flight at its NBAA-BACE 2019 booth.
Finance, Taxes, Insurance

Conklin & de Decker Updates Aircraft Comparison Report

Conklin & de Decker has added more than 20 features to its aircraft comparison report released at NBAA-BACE 2019.
Avionics

Duncan Aviation Encourages ADS-B Emitter Checks

Aircraft operators who upgraded ADS-B Out equipment prior to 2016 may not be compliant, according to avionics installer Duncan Aviation.
Maintenance and Modifications

Copperstate Turbine Engine Becomes TAE Aerospace

The Australian buyer is looking to make inroads into the U.S. MRO market.

D-Day Vets Return to Normandy for 75th Anniversary

Invasion vets included both aircraft and personnel.
Aircraft

First D-Day Squadron DC-3 Lands in UK

The DC-3s will participate in the commemoration of the 75th anniversary of D-Day.
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Safety and Education Take Center Stage at RACCA

FAA and NTSB members were among the presenters, but the industry must reach a broader D.C. audience.
Finance, Taxes, Insurance

Aviation Insurance Market Set To Tighten

Beyond consolidation and increasing insurance rates, experts addressed how technology and new talent will change the industry.
Avionics

Partnerships Bring Updated Global Weather, Flight Analytics to the Flight Deck

In addition to weather, the service provides aircraft tracking in underserved parts of the world.

GE Launches Asset Transfer System for Airlines and Lessors

AirVault ATS aims to simplify the process of sharing information.
Avionics

GE Aviation Execs Discuss the Future of Digital Applications

For the general and business aviation sectors, the company is amassing data from numerous operators to reap predictive benefits.
Engines

Data and Digital Solutions are Key to Future of GE Aviation

The engine maker is looking to harness its vast amounts of data to improve the user experience.
Rotorcraft

Aerometals H130 Filters Represent New Step Forward

The company is using computational fluid dynamics to assess airflow characteristics, resulting in a lighter and more efficient design.
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Rotorcraft

Canadians Take Top Honors in AAMS Sim Cup Competition

Competitors were judged on communications, teamwork, troubleshooting, creativity, and time management, among other skills.
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Rotorcraft

Checklist Creep Adds Complexity

The proliferation of checklists is yielding detail saturation and skill deterioration due to dependency, say some users.
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Finance, Taxes, Insurance

Insurance Premiums Trending Up

Payouts of large claims have shrunk the industry, meaning higher costs for buyers.
Finance, Taxes, Insurance

Aviation Experts Help Navigate Buyers Through “Junk” Market at Conklin&DeDecker Seminar

The supply of good aircraft has shrunk dramatically.
Aircraft

Air Force Museum Unveils Restored Memphis Belle

The Belle is an American icon.
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Insurance Industry Faces Challenges and Opportunities

The annual gathering provided a rundown of all the must-know information.
Rotorcraft

Technology Takes Helicopter Training into the Future

Today's training gives pilots and crew a real-world feel.
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Airports

Scottsdale Begins $27M Biz Center, Hangar Project

Project at Scottsdale Airport to include large bizjet hangar space.
Finance, Taxes, Insurance

Aircraft Insurance 2017

Proper coverage and awareness of regulations are key