News and developments about airplanes, helicopters and unmanned air vehicles used in all varieties of operations, including airlines, military, business, commercial, general aviation and private.
Notching another market for its turboprop single, Quest has certified the Kodiak in more than 55 countries.
The ongoing saga of the Chapter 11 bankruptcy proceeding for One Aviation continues, but a plan by debtor-in-possession Citiking is progressing.
Reports of restrictions at two airports are incorrect, Universal Weather says.
Charter operator Quantum Air will operate Bye Aerospace electrically-powered eFlyer fixed wing aircraft
Industry analyst Brian Foley says next recession won't cut as deep as 2008, but airframers won't have emerging markets to fall back on.
China's EHang has developed an electronic fence to prevent autonomous aircraft being operated in areas where they would not be safe.
Teterboro Users Group will host WebEx meetings to seek pilot input on reducing incidents of intruding aircraft on TEB approaches.
Svenskt Ambulansflyg is Sweden's new national air ambulance service.
Air New Zealand profits fall on the effects of rising fuel cost and Trent 1000 engine trouble.
The charter and management firm now manages and operates five Challenger 300 series business jets, along with a Challenger 604 and Global 5000.