Sarah Rose
News Writer

Sarah Rose (they/them) is a news writer and reporter for AIN.

Prior to AIN, Sarah worked as a journalist for Georgia Public Broadcasting, Georgia's statewide NPR and PBS affiliate. They have also worked for several national nonprofits and as a legislative assistant in U.S. Congress. As an openly nonbinary reporter, they are a proud member of the Trans Journalists Association.

Sarah is a 2012 graduate of Kennesaw State University.

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Latest from Sarah Rose

Training and Workforce

Leonardo Celebrates Decade of Helicopter Training Academy in Malaysia

In 2023, 450 students completed their training
Leonardo's Malaysia logistics center

Firefighting Radio System Now Available in Latin America

First orders set to ship in six to eight weeks
A mockup of the new AEM radio.
Training and Workforce

FAA Approves Universal Technical Institute’s A&P Program

The new aviation mechanic program takes 18 months to complete
Universal Technical Institute's Miramar campus.
Charter & Fractional

ASL Group and Azzera Announce Sustainable Aviation Partnership

The collaboration will create a sustainable fuel booking system
The new general aviation terminal at Belgium's Liege Airport was built and is operated by ASL Group, which is now the exclusive private aircraft handler on the field. The modern facility incorporates a variety of environmentally-friendly features. (Photo: ASL Group)
Regulations and Government

Canada TSB Issues Safety Advice after Helicopter Crash Investigation

TSB said that loss of visual reference was a factor
Transportation Safety Board of Canada logo
Charter & Fractional

JetASAP Releases January 2024 Activity Report

Company reported an average decline of 10 percent
JetASAP’s app allows customers to book with 700 charter operators and receive live quotes.

Business Jets Arrive at Duncan's Newly-built Hangars

Hangars broke ground in 2022
A CL300 at Duncan Aviation's newly constructed hangar in Battle Creek, Michigan
Training and Workforce

Aviation Advocacy Orgs Push Back against DEI Criticism

Diversity programs have been criticized by conservatives
Pilots take a photo at the 2023 OBAP National Conference.
Regulations and Government

NBAA Resource Eases CBP Entry Process at GA Airports

Guide compiles information from 300 U.S. general aviation airports with customs services
A screenshot of the NBAA "fact sheet"

Dassault Falcon 6X To Make Singapore Airshow Debut

The twinjet received EASA/FAA certification in August
The Dassault Falcon 2000LXS
Finance, Taxes, Insurance

South Florida Bizav Org Raises $50K for Charity, Scholarships

Annual event has raised $450,000 since 2003
The South Florida Business Aviation Association reported that it had raised $52,167 for charities and scholarship opportunities at its Charity Golf Classic in 2023.

Gulfstream G700 To Make Singapore Airshow Debut

Debut comes after FAA certification delay
Gulfstream G700
Charter & Fractional

Priester Family-owned Companies Unite under New Brand

The company is uniting three brands under the new moniker
A Priester Aviation branded jet
Regulations and Government

FAA Reauthorization Passes Senate Committee Following Retirement Age Debate

Raising the retirement age conflicts with international mandate
Committee chair Sen. Maria Cantwell (D-WA) discusses the FAA Reauthorization Act.
Charter & Fractional

NetJets Inks Connectivity Upgrade Agreement with Gogo

The agreement is the latest in a 20-year partnership
Gogo Business Aviation announced a 10-year agreement with fractional jet provider NetJets
Charter & Fractional

Vista Reports Strong Growth across 2023

The company grew market share to 5 percent
Private aviation group Vista reported a strong performance in 2023.
Charter & Fractional

Wheels Up Announces New COO, Operational Team

The restructuring follows Delta's 2023 acquisition
Delta purchased a majority stake in Wheels Up last year.

Honeywell Invests $84M To Expand Kansas Avionics Plant

Larger facility will create hundreds of new jobs
Jim Currier, president and CEO of Honeywell Aerospace Technologies, speaks at the company's expansion announcement in Kansas.

Boise Airport Hangar Collapse Kills 3, Injures 9

Construction was announced last year by Jackson Jet Center
The collapsed hangar at Boise Airport.
Regulations and Government

ALPA President: Industry-led Push for Reduced-crew Flights Threatens Aviation

President Jason Ambrosi spoke out this week
ALPA president Jason Ambrosi speaks to Air Line Pilots Association International.

Lockheed Martin Invests in Weather Tech Company

The Switzerland-based company boasts street-level weather modeling
A Meteomatics Meteodrone, which can fly up to 20,000 feet and collect data along to accurately map the weather in the mid and lower atmosphere.
Training and Workforce

Embraer Launches Inaugural Training Program for Aspiring Aviation Mechanics

22 students will take part in inaugural program
Embraer's inaugural GIFT class poses for a group photo.

Marine Robotics Company Hopes It Has Solved Amelia Earhart Mystery

Earhart's plane went missing in 1937
Sonar image of the area surveyed by Deep Sea Vision.