News and issues relating to business, corporate and private aviation, primarily regarding turbine-engine-powered airplanes and helicopters. Subjects include aircraft, engines, personnel, acquisitions, accidents, safety, security and training.
Constant Aviation began as a single-hangar operation in Cleveland in 15 years ago and now employs 450 people and has 276,655 sq ft of hangar space.
PWI's window LED STCs now encompass Beechcraft King Air models 90, 100, 200, B200, and 250.
4AIR is the first private aviation stakeholder to make a trade on the International Air Transport Association’s Aviation Carbon Exchange.
An expansive MOU between Aerion and sister companies NetJets and FlightSafety International includes purchase rights for 20 AS2s and a new training center.
A hydraulic reservoir assembly and a landing gear actuator are among the parts David Alexander Barcena is accused of falsely certifying.
As a result of the acquisition, General Atomics Europe picks up Ruag International's business jet and military helo maintenance operations.
Duncan Aviation's newest satellite repair station will be its 20th.
Lawmakers in the House and Senate have introduced legislation to lay a foundation for government facilitation of AAM.
NBAA's Ed Bolen and GAMA's Pete Bunce highlighted the difficulties facing industry, but told Congress that industry needs to prepare for post-pandemic.
Jetcraft has formed a strategic relationship with Synerjet, a Latin American bizav specialist, to further strengthening its footprint in the region.